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  1. A.C Vegas

    A.C Vegas In the Starting Line-Up

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    1. Miami- Jake Long
    2. St. Louis- Vernon Gholston
    3. Atlanta- Glenn Dorsey
    4. Oakland- Chris Long
    5. Kansas City- Ryan Clady
    6. NY Jets- Darren McFadden
    7. Trade- New England sends Pick 7 and 129 to Baltimore for 8 and 106. Baltimore takes Matt Ryan
    8. Trade- New England sends Pick 8 to Carolina for pick 13 and 74. Carolina takes Branden Albert
    9. Cincinnati- Sedrick Ellis
    10. New Orleans- D. Rodgers-Cromartie
    11. Buffalo- Devin Thomas
    12. Denver- Chris Williams
    13. New England- Derrick Harvey
    14. Chicago- Jeff Otah
    15. Detroit- Jonathan Stewart
    16. Trade- Arizona sends Pick 16 to Houston for pick 18 and 118. Houston picks Rashard Mendenhall
    17. Kansas City- Phillip Merling
    18. Arizona- Leodis McKelvin
    19. Philadelphia- Limas Sweed
    20. Tampa Bay- Malcolm Kelly
    21. Washington- Keith Rivers
    22. Dallas- Mike Jenkins
    23. Pittsburgh- Aqib Talib
    24. Tennessee- James Hardy
    25. Seattle- Kentwan Balmer
    26. Jacksonville- Gosder Cherilus
    27. San Diego- Jarod Mayo
    28. Trade- Dallas sends Pick 28 and 126 to Atlanta for Picks 34 and 68. Atlanta takes Brian Brohm
    29. San Francisco- Calais Campbell
    30. Trade- Green Bay sends pick 30 to Miami for picks 32 and 100. Miami picks Chad Henne
    31. NY Giants- Kenny Phillips



    Patriots’ picks

    Trade picks 62 and 74 to San Francisco for pick 39.
    39 Antoine Cason
    69 Erin Henderson
    94 Kevin Smith
    106 Mike McGlynn
    129 Jonathan Goff
    164 Jack Ikegwuonu
    197 Keilin Dykes

    I think we could get 3 or 4 soildplayers out of this list of players.
    Attack or Prasie i don't case but at least have a good arguement for what you see
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    PATRIOTSFANINPA Pro Bowl Player

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    Why would Baltimore trade up just 1 pick with NE and for what a few spots up the the 100 area?

    If Ryan gets past the NY Jets I assure you Ryan will become a Raven without a trade - Last time I looked New England had no interest in Ryan

    If Baltimore wants Ryan that badly they are going to trade up with Oakland,Kansas City,Atlanta or the Jets
     
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    If Ryan was still available at 7 then I'd imagine the Patriots phone would be red hot with trade up offers. Baltimore would need to be in on the act because if they didn't then somebody below them may trade up and take Ryan ahead of the Ravens.
     
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    I would rather have Mayo or Groves with the 13th, but I love the rest of the picks
     
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    That what i was think when i put the trade inthere they were jsut trying to make sure they got they player they wanted. In my head i could iminage the pats phine ringing from carolina and chiacgo for Albert thent he ravens chime in for ryan so they make that deal and still have the albert sweep stakes open for them at 8
     
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    I agree. Solid list indeed. I'd be very happy.
     
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    I'm not sold on Harvey being a good fit in a 3-4 front. Hey, if we all agreed this would be a really boring forum.

    That being said I really like the rest of your board. If McGlynn was available to us in the 4th, I would be doing cartwheels (and that would be a funny sight!).
     
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    I am rather shocked people have not attacked my Gholston at 2 pick
     
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    Mock draft overload??? I was shocked when I wasn't attacked for Mayo @ 10.
     
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    I actually like the pick. Since it appears they will move between a 3-4 and 4-3, I think they could very well take either Long or Gholston. I would guess Long, but Gholston is a distinct possibility.
     
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    I notice you have Rivers falling pretty hard any particular reason?
     
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    just a hunch there is always one or two players that fall for no real reason other then teams fill a need and i think he'll be a victim of that
     
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    Harvey just doesn't seem a good fit for the Pats system. He's too small to be a DE in our 3-4 and too slow to be an OLB. Harvey is a very good player in a 4-3, but just not for us. I'd probably go with Groves or even Avril instead at a later draft slot.

    I like Cason and Kevin Smith picks a lot though. :)
     
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    Harvey too small, didn't he weigh in around 270 at the combine?
     
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    OR, The Falcons jump back in and give the Pats #34, #37 in the second and #103 in the fourth and a third in 2009. The draft value figures work exactly. They do what The Browns did last year but still have a ton of Choices.
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    I think the double trade down gives them better value rather then trading lal the way out of the first round
     
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    No way would the Pats drop that far. No way would we want to, and no way would the Falcons be able to handle the rookie cap ramifications.
     
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