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Round 1

1. Miami (1-15) - Chris Long, DE, UVA - Will become an AP Defensive MVP

2. St. Louis (3-13) - Jake Long, OT, Michigan - Pro-Browler for the next decade and some.

3. Atlanta (4-12) - Glenn Dorsey, DT, LSU - Will anchor the DL with Anderson for years to come.

4. Oakland (4-12) - Darren McFadden, RB, Arkansas - Fargas is out, McFadden is in and out and can be one of the league's best.

5. Kansas City (4-12) - Matt Ryan, QB, BC - Chiefs are thanking Atlanta for passing on him.

6. New York Jets (4-12) - Derrick Harvey, DE, Florida - Never found a replacement for Abraham, this could be it.

7. New England [from San Francisco (5-11)] - Dan Connor, MLB, Penn St. - The youth at LB that NE needs.

8. Baltimore (5-11) - Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville - Baltimore has finally found their QB.

9. Cincinnati (7-9) - Keith Rivers, OLB, USC - Will help a depleted LB core.

10. New Orleans (7-9) - Kenny Phillips, S, Miami - Everyone knows that NO's pass defense is horrible, well, here comes some help.

11. Buffalo (7-9) - Mike Jenkins, CB, USF - Another team with a bad pass defense.

12. Denver (7-9) - Sedrick Ellis, DT, USC - This should be the first round's fastest draft choice if Ellis is still on the board.

13. Carolina (7-9) - Sam Baker, OT, USC - Baker makes it a trio of Trojans. Baker will take over for Gross who should be departing.

14. Chicago (7-9) - Andre Woodson, QB, Kentucky - The Bears will definitely become a better offensive team.

15. Detroit (7-9) - James Laurinaitis, LB, OSU - Will play MLB and give the Lions a good LB core with Sims and Bailey.

16. Arizona (8-8) - Antoine Cason, CB, Arizona - Pass defense is still a problem, Dre Bly's replacement.

17. Minnesota (8-8) - Vernon Gholston, DE, OSU - Got this inside covered, but what about the inside? Defense.

18. Houston (8-8) - Jonathan Stewart, RB, Oregon - Green and Dayne aren't young. Green and Stewart as a 1, 2 punch. Dayne for the goalline. Good running game.

19. Philadelphia (8-8) - Limas Sweed, WR, Texas - McNabb wanted some weapons, well here is you're #2 WR behind Reggie Brown.

20. Tampa Bay (9-8) - Kentwan Balmer, DT, UNC - Another replacement, McFarland.

21. Washington (9-8) - Calais Campbell, DE, Florida - They need a pass rusher.

22. Dallas [from Cleveland (10-6)] - Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie - DB, TN State - A little early, but Dallas lacks a nickel back. Dominique can also push Henry for a starting position.

23. Pittsburgh (10-7) - Jeff Otah, OT, Pittsburgh - Native guy that will play protecting Big Ben's backside.

24. Tennessee (10-7) - DeSean Jackson, WR, Cal - Who needs a #1 WR more than them? Well, DeSean won't be a number one, but can be a solid #2 and return man.

25. Seattle (11-7) - Reggie Smith, DB, OU - Need some S assistance.

26. New York Giants (11-7) - Aqib Talib, CB, Arizona - The Wildcat second CB that will come in the league. If Madison is stays injured than Talib can step in.

27. Jacksonville (12-6) - Xavier Adibi, LB, VT - Jax needs some assistance on D at the LB position.

28. San Francisco [from Indianapolis (13-4)] - Andre Caldwell, WR, Florida - Will a bunch of #2 or #3 WR's in SF.

29. San Diego (13-6) - Ali Highsmith, LB, LSU - Other than Merriman, LB is a weak spot.

30. Dallas (14-4) - Jamaal Charles, RB, Texas - Being a local prospect should help him over Felix Jones.

31. Green Bay (15-4) - Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois - He's a regional prospect that can compete with Grant and Jackson as the starting RB.

32. New England (pick forfeited) (19-0)

Rest of Atlanta's Picks:

2nd-A) Felix Jones, RB, Arkansas

2nd-B) Gosder Cherilus, OT, BC

3rd-A) Vince Hall, LB, VT

3rd-B) Dennis Dixon, QB, Oregon

4th) Tom Zbikowski, S, ND

5th) Dustin Keller, TE, Purdue

6th) Adrian Arrington, WR, Michigan

7th-A) Fernando Velasco, OL, UGA

7th-B) Travis Bell, K, GT

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Woes (1/9/2008)

Rest of Atlanta's Picks:

2nd-A) Felix Jones, RB, Arkansas

2nd-B) Gosder Cherilus, OT, BC

3rd-A) Vince Hall, LB, VT

3rd-B) Dennis Dixon, QB, Oregon

4th) Tom Zbikowski, S, ND

5th) Dustin Keller, TE, Purdue

6th) Adrian Arrington, WR, Michigan

7th-A) Fernando Velasco, OL, UGA

7th-B) Travis Bell, K, GT

The Falcons mock is alright, Dorsey in the 1st is best case scenario, and Jones with our 1st 2nd is a nice pick. Cherilus probably won't be there, and I wouldn't want him as our LT anyway, Hall is alright but slow, I would rather have someone else as our QB than Dixon but whatever, and the late round picks are alright. Oh, and the first round mock is okay.

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