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    1. N.Y. Jets(trade, Houston Texans)
    Reggie Bush RB USC

    2. New Orleans
    Mario Williams DE NC State

    3. Tennessee Titans
    Matt Leinart QB USC

    4. Houston Texans(trade N.Y.Jets)
    D'Brickashaw Ferguson T Virginia

    5. Green Bay Packers
    A.J. Hawk LB Ohio St.

    6. San Francisco 49ers
    Vernon Davis TE Maryland

    7. Oakland Raiders
    Vince Young QB Texas

    8. Buffalo Bills
    Haloti Ngata DT Oregon

    9. Detroit Lions
    Winston Justice OT USC

    10. Arizona Cardinals
    Michael Huff DB Texas

    11. Minnesota Vikings (trade, St. Louis Rams)
    Jay Cutler QB Vanderbilt

    12. Cleveland Browns
    Chad Greenway LB Iowa

    13. Baltimore Ravens
    Broderick Bunkley DT Florida State

    14. Philadelphia Eagles
    Kamerion Wimbley DE/LB Florida St.

    15. Denver Broncos (from Atlanta Falcons)
    Santonio Holmes WR Ohio St.

    16. Miami Dolphins
    Tye Hill CB Clemson

    17. St. Louis Rams(trade, Minnesota Vikings)
    Manny Lawson DE/LB North Carolina State

    18. Dallas Cowboys
    Jimmy Williams CB/S Virginia Tech

    19. San Diego Chargers
    Donte Whitner S Ohio St.

    20. Kansas City Chiefs
    Bobby Carpenter LB Ohio St.

    21. New England Patriots
    Ernie Sims LB Florida St.


    22. Denver Broncos(trade, Washington Redskins)
    DeAngelo Williams RB Memphis

    23. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    Antonio Cromartie CB Florida St.

    24. Cincinnati Bengals
    Gabe Watson DT Michigan

    25. N.Y. Giants
    Richard Marshall CB Fresno St.

    26. Chicago Bears
    Mercedez Lewis TE UCLA

    27. Carolina Panthers
    Laurence Maroney RB Minnesota

    28. Jacksonville Jaguars
    Kelly Jennings CB Miami

    29. Houston Texans(trade, N.Y. Jets through Denver Broncos via Atlanta Falcons)
    Nick Mangold C Ohio St.

    30. Indianapolis Colts
    Demaco Ryans LB Alabama

    31. Seattle Seahawks
    Max Jean-Gilles G Georgia

    32. Pittsburgh Steelers
    LenDale White RB USC
     
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    drpatriot Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Other than Jackson falling out of the 1st round, which I find somewhat unlikely (although I did forecast it in a recent mock :rolleyes: ), this is an overall good draft for most teams. Again, I would prefer another player to Sims, especially with so many safeties on the roster.
     
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    Sims I heard would like to get an opportunity to play LB, and with Tedy Bruschi in question, and Sims may be a good fit with his speed, and Belicheck could find a way to use him. The Bears could go for Jackson, but they also need that big target they could go to in the red zone, so I was flipping back and forth between Pope and Lewis. With the Vikings, outside of Brad Johnson, who I think is 90, ok maybe 89, whoelse do they got? That is a scary thought. Cutler makes more sense than drafting an RB or OLineman.
     
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    Though Sims could, theoretically, play linebacker, I think he would be a much better SS because of his excellent coverage skills and average tackling. Probably would excel in a 46 defense SS role, maybe the Ravens should take him :D .
    I was thinking about saying something about how Pope should definitely go before Lewis when I realized I know nothing about either. Still prefer Chad Jackson to a TE, though.
    The Vikings have Mike McMahon and J.T. O'Sullivan :p I just don't think that Cutler is good value when trading up in comparison to a RB or OL at #17, especially given that using the draft value chart (http://www.nfldraftblitz.com/pick_value_chart.htm) the Vikings would have to give up a third round pick to move up to 11. I don't see any teams between 11 and 17 taking Cutler, though, and if Cutler fell to 17, I would not be surprised to see the Vikings take him.
     
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    Actually it would be their second round pick(51st pick which they got fom Miami), but the Rams give up their 7th rounder to make up the difference.

    Truthfully, you really think either Mike McMahon and JT O'Sullivan is the future in Minnesota?

    As of RB, they should be able to get a pretty good RB in round 2, maybe Maurice Drew. In round 3, they could get the OLineman, say Rob Sims.
     
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