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I guess I have to do one more mock draft now


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Well I thought I was out of the mock draft business for this season but I guess I need to do one more reflecting the Hall trade. This is a complete 2 round mock draft including the remainder of the Falcons draft.

1. Miami - QB, Matt Ryan, Boston College

2. St. Louis - OT, Jake Long, Michigan

3. Atlanta - DT, Glenn Dorsey, LSU - Dorsey fills a major need and is a disruptive force on the D-line

4. Oakland - DE, Chris Long, Virginia

5. Kansas City - OT, Ryan Clady, Boise State

6. New York Jets - RB, Darren Mcfadden, Arkansas

7. New England - CB, Aqib Talib, Kansas

8. Baltimore - OLB/DE, Vernon Gholston, Ohio St.

9. Cincinnati - DT, Sedrick Ellis, USC

10. New Orleans - CB, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, Tennessee St.

11. Buffalo - WR, Limas Sweed, Texas

12. Denver - LB, Kieth Rivers, USC

13. Carolina - RB, Rashard Mendenhall, Illinios

14. Chicago - OT, Chris Williams, Vanderbilt

15. Detroit - OT, Jeff Otah, Pittsburgh

16. Arizona - CB, Leodis McKelvin, Troy

17. Minnesota - DE, Derrick Harvey, Florida

18. Houston - CB, Mike Jenkins, South Florida

19. Philadelphia - WR, Devin Thomas, Michigan St.

20 Tampa Bay - WR, Malcolm Kelly, Oklahoma

21 Washington - DE, Phillip Merling, Clemson

22 Dallas - WR, DeShawn Jackson, California

23. Pittsburgh - OG. Branden Albert, Virgina

24. Tennessee - WR, Marrio Manningham, Michigan

25. Seattle - DT, Kentwan Balmer, North Carolina

26. Jacksonville - OT, Gosder Cherilus, Boston College

27. San Deigo - LB, Curtis Lofton, Oklahoma

28. Dallas - CB, Brandon Flowers, Virginia Tech

29. San Fransico - RB, Jonathan Stewart, Oregon

30. Green Bay - TE, Dustin Keller, Purdue

31. New York Giants - S, Kenny Phillips, Miami

 Round 2

32. Miami - DE, Trevor Laws, Notre Dame

33. St. Louis - WR, Early Doucet, LSU

34. Atlanta - CB, Antoine Cason, Arizona - Great kid and great player...perfect replacement for Hall

35. Kansas City - QB, Brian Brohm, Louisville

36. New York Jets - OLB, Quentin Groves, Auburn

37. Atlanta - OT, Carl Nicks, Nebraska - Nicks has experience ate LT and RT. He is a big strong OT and is very light on his feet.

38. Baltimore - QB, Joe Flacco, Delaware

39. San Fransico - CB, Patrick Lee, Auburn

40. New Orleans - DT, Pat Sims, Auburn

41. Buffalo - TE, Fred Davis, USC

42. Denver - OT, Sam Baker, USC

43. Carolina - DE, Calais Campbell, Miami

44. Chicago - RB, Felix Jones, Arkansas

45. Detroit - LB, Jerod Mayo, Tennessee

46. Cincinnati - CB/S, Reggie Smith, Oklahoma

47. Minnesota - LB, Erin Henderson, Maryland

48. Atlanta - QB, Chad Henne, Michigan - Henne is a battle tested leader and the right guy to take us into the next decade.

49. Philadelphia - LB, Dan Connor, Penn State

50. Arizona - OLB, Cliff Avril, Purdue

51. Washington - S, DeJuan Morgan, NC State

52. Tampa Bay - WR, James Hardy, Indiana

53. Pittsburgh - WR, Jordy Nelson, Kansas State

54. Tennessee - CB, Tracy Porter, Indiana

55. Seattle - OG, Chilo Rachal, USC

56. Green Bay - CB, Justin King, Penn St.

57. Miami - CB, Charles Godfrey, Iowa

58. Jacksonville - DE, Lawrence Jackson

59. Indianapolis - OLB, Xavier Adibi, Virgina Tech

60. Green Bay - TE, John Carlson, Notre Dame

61. Dallas - RB, Chris Johnson, ECU

62. New England - WR, Earl Bennett, Purdue

63. New York Giants - LB, Tavares Gooden, Miami

 

Remander of Falcons Draft

Rd. 3 - LB, Phillip Wheeler, Georgia Tech - Perfect cover 2 ILB. Reminds me of Mike Peterson.

Rd. 4 - DE, Chris Ellis, Virginia Tech - Solid DE for the rotation. Good against run and pass.

Rd. 4 (comp.) - WR, Dexter Jackson, Appalachian St. - Explosive playmaker that can score at any time

Rd. 5 - OG, Mike McGlynn, Pittsburgh - Strong, versitale o-lineman. Hard worker with a mean streak.

Rd. 6 - PK, Brandon Coutu, Georgia - Big leg that made 80% of his field goals for his career with a long of 58.

Rd. 6 - LB, Cutis Johnson, Clark Atlanta - Could be a phenominal specialist.

Rd. 7 - OG, Robert Felton, Arkansas - We need boddies in camp and he's a big one that helped open wholes for DMac and Felix.

Rd. 7 - DT, Keilen Dykes, West Virginia - More bodies for the d-line.

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That would be my dream scenario, but also my nightmare one.  Having the choice between Glenn Dorsey and Chris Long would be one **** of a decision.  I don't think you can go wrong with either one.  They both would instantly make an impact on defense.  Before anyone says, "we don't need another DE," Chris Long could arguably play any spot on the DL and OLB.  With a creative defensive coordinator, you could see him line up at DE, UT, and OLB all in one series.

This would definitely be a tough choice, but I think I would go with Chris Long, and hope for a guy like Trevor Laws later on.  Either way though, I'd be one happy fan on draft day.

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Scott24Falcs (3/18/2008)
That would be my dream scenario, but also my nightmare one.  Having the choice between Glenn Dorsey and Chris Long would be one **** of a decision.  I don't think you can go wrong with either one.  They both would instantly make an impact on defense.  Before anyone says, "we don't need another DE," Chris Long could arguably play any spot on the DL and OLB.  With a creative defensive coordinator, you could see him line up at DE, UT, and OLB all in one series.

This would definitely be a tough choice, but I think I would go with Chris Long, and hope for a guy like Trevor Laws later on.  Either way though, I'd be one happy fan on draft day.

It would be a VERY difficult choice but I think in the end we would go with Dorsey.

I will post the second round later today......I have had problems at work and haven't had the time.....As a teaser I will tell you that I have Trevor Laws going 32nd overall.

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good job overall. Glad to see someone give Talib the props he deserves. IMO he is the best CB in the class.

Full 2 rounders can be tiresome, because there are so many scenerios, and if you re a nut like me it can take alot of time looking into the basic needs of all teams.

I was also torn with our first pick, but between Dosey and Jake Long. I took Long because the way things are panning out w Free Agency we must be planning on nabbing an OT in this draft that can start from day one.

I do like the Henne pick, but I feel STRONGLY that whatever QB we take we will take no later than the 36 pick. When you NEED a QB, you just cant roll the dice and hope he falls. And Henne is a big question mark right now. He could go anywhere from late round one to early round 3 really.

Look mine up when you get a chance. I know I told you I wouldnt be doing one this year, but I couldnt help it, lol.

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Matthew Pritts (3/19/2008)
Good job.

Like 89 said though, you can't wait till 48 to take your franchise QB, especially if it's Henne. Who's my guy BTW if we can't get Brohm. I'd snatch him at 34, or even trade into the bottom of the 1st if neccessary to keep Miami away from him, and call it a day.

Brohm's good but I wonder about his arm strength. Henne has played hard and tough and been through a lot in the Big 10.

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Matthew Pritts (3/19/2008)
Good job.

Like 89 said though, you can't wait till 48 to take your franchise QB, especially if it's Henne. Who's my guy BTW if we can't get Brohm. I'd snatch him at 34, or even trade into the bottom of the 1st if neccessary to keep Miami away from him, and call it a day.

Brohm's good but I wonder about his arm strength. Henne has played hard and tough and been through a lot in the Big 10.

Brohm has very good arm strength. It's underrated actually and he has a much better arm then Ryan. Not as strong as Henne but strong in it's own right.
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Matthew Pritts (3/19/2008)
ATL4ever (3/19/2008)
Matthew Pritts (3/19/2008)
Good job.

Like 89 said though, you can't wait till 48 to take your franchise QB, especially if it's Henne. Who's my guy BTW if we can't get Brohm. I'd snatch him at 34, or even trade into the bottom of the 1st if neccessary to keep Miami away from him, and call it a day.

Brohm's good but I wonder about his arm strength. Henne has played hard and tough and been through a lot in the Big 10.

Brohm has very good arm strength. It's underrated actually and he has a much better arm then Ryan. Not as strong as Henne but strong in it's own right.

I didn't know it was that good.

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