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    Ramon Nivar's 2007 1st Round Re-Draft

    Basically all players from the '07 draft are re-done. Same order, including trades. Teams are looked at as of now without their '07 drafted players. This will probably piss most of you off, just realize it will happen and take it as a compliment if your first round pick(And later picks) don't make it to your team:

    1. Oakland Raiders: Adrian Peterson, HB, Oklahoma
    He fills all of the needs in an Oakland player besides being a bad pick.
    2. Detroit Lions: Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
    They still need a LT for Stafford. They like Backus but you don't pass on the best O-Lineman and one of the best players in the NFL.
    3. Cleveland Browns: Darrelle Revis, CB, Pittsburgh
    Sure they got Haden, but they also got Revis Island. That duo has to idiot proof the DC and Safeties job.
    4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
    They get a huge boost to the offense that they needed. '07 lacked pass rushers and so they go on their next biggest logical need.
    5. Arizona Cardinals: Patrick Willis, ILB, Ole Miss
    Arizona ***** themselves. Willis is arguably the best player in the draft but other needs lets him fall.
    6. Washington Redskins: Brandon Meriweather, S, Miami (Florida)
    They upgrade Landry with a real S.
    7. Minnesota Vikings: Jon Beason, LB, Miami (Florida)
    Losing out on Peterson hurts, badly, but this gives them the best front 7 around and the best defensive triangle in a long time.
    8. Atlanta Falcons: Leon Hall, CB, Michigan
    Hall is a Pro-Bowl CB that for sure fixes the Falcons secondary problems.
    9. Miami Dolphins: LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, Michigan
    Miami has to **** themselves, that lack of 3-4 teams ahead of them gives them an All-Pro at #9.
    10. Houston Texans: Michael Griffin, S, Texas
    They have their secondary problems and grab a good young S.
    11. San Francisco: Lawrence Timmons, ILB, Florida State
    He's no Patrick Willis but he is a legit 3-4 ILB who can still make their 3-4 work.
    12. Buffalo Bills: Sidney Rice, WR, South Carolina
    Rice did the typical 3rd year breakout for a WR. They need a lot of help and can go BPA.
    13. St. Louis Rams: Ryan Harris, OT, Notre Dame
    Probably an unpopular pick, but Harris is one of the top RT's in the NFL and giving S-Jax an O-Line is their best move.
    14. New York Jets: David Harris, LB, Michigan
    Jets get screwed. They are forced to miss out on Revis and to go a round early on their ILB. He might not be the BPA but they know the value of keeping him.
    15. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Kalil, OC, USC
    They lost out on their 1st and 2nd round picks, ouch. Still, can't pass on one of the better centers in the league who teamed with Pouncey will cement their interior line for years
    16. Green Bay Packers: Jermon Bushrod, OT, Towson
    Bushrod played some good LT last season and Green Bay has a big need there.
    17. Denver Broncos: Steve Smith, WR, USC
    Great possession guy to replace Brandon Marshall.
    18. Cincinnati Bengals: Brandon Mebane, DT, California
    Mebane is a top run stopper and gets a good rush in the middle. Him and Peko team together for an awesome DT duo.
    19. Tennessee Titans: Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSU
    Titans go BPA and he also fills a need giving them an awesome WR duo.
    20. New York Giants: Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn State
    Towards the top of the BPA list and also fills a huge need.
    21. Jacksonville Jaguars: Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Central Florida
    They can't lose out on their #1 WR.
    22. Cleavland Browns: Kevin Kolb, QB, Houston
    Browns get their QB.
    23. Kansas City Chiefs: Zach Miller, TE, ASU
    They lost on WR Dwayne Bowe but still add a great passing target and 1,000 yard threat.
    24. New England Patriots: William Gay, CB, Louisville
    Gay is a nice starter at a position the Patriots always seem to need,
    25. Carolina Panthers: Stewart Bradley, ILB, Nebraska
    The Panthers lost their top two picks and need to replace one. Bradley is a large downgrade from Beason but a very legit starter.
    26. Dallas Cowboys: Le'Ron McClain, HB/FB, Alabama
    They add yet another offensive weapon and more than likely the BPA.
    27. New Orleans Saints: Pierre Thomas, RB, Illinois
    They have to keep their best HB.
    28. San Francisco 49ers: LaRon Landry, S, LSU
    Landry adds a nice weapon as a S and improves their secondary.
    29. Baltimore Ravens: Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio State
    They could always use more weapons for Flacco and whether you think he is a product of Peyton or not, he is the best WR available.
    30. San Diego Chargers: Michael Bush, HB, Louisville
    My own personal pick, of course. Bush is an awesome HB and gives them a great young powerful duo to compliment the passing game.
    31. Chicago Bears: Tanard Jackson, S, Syracuse
    One of the best Tampa 2 FS in the NFL. Bears grab a great pick here for themselves.
    32. Indianapolis Colts: Robert Meachem, WR, Tennessee
    They need to replace Anthony Gonzalez.
    Not perfect. Feel free to scream corrections at me or whatever.



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    ****, I'll take it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Underdogz∞ View Post
    I'd take Mingo over Jones too guess I'm an idiot too.

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    Anything is an improvement over Ginn. But Woodley? Holy ****!

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    If the Raiders were smart they would take Willis first, just my completely unbiased opinion though . In all seriousness, I think they should take Thomas first rather than AD.
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    Don't talk about proper writing if you're going to use Ellipsis like an *** clown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WillisLovechild View Post
    If the Raiders were smart they would take Willis first, just my completely unbiased opinion though . In all seriousness, I think they should take Thomas first rather than AD.
    My money is on Al Davis taking AP.



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    I'll be that guy, I think you have to go Steve Breaston ahead of Gonzalez and possible sim walker .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ry31walsh View Post
    I'll be that guy, I think you have to go Steve Breaston ahead of Gonzalez and possible sim walker .
    Dang it, I missed Breaston.



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    PT23 still? Not bad.

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    No fun for the Eagles......they traded their pick and lose Kolb and Bradley

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    id rather miami take zach miller

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    Can't believe no love for Steve Breaston near the end of round 1.

    Or how about G Ben Grubbs, one of the top o-linemen in Baltimore?
    PSD's Muhammad Wilkerson!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramon Nivar View Post
    My money is on Al Davis taking AP.
    He seemed more logical this year. I don't know that he would do it when he is paying Run DMC so much too.

    Another potential first rounder is Joe Staley. I would say he is better than Bushrod, he was just hurt last year.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ezekial View Post
    Kill: Graham Harrell- he's the worst thing I've ever seen... God awful. When you're watching a game thinking "why are they letting a high school cancer patient play a preseason game for make a wish foundation, he could get hurt." Then realize he's a professional, he deserves to die.
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    Don't talk about proper writing if you're going to use Ellipsis like an *** clown.

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    2 current eagles in the 1st round, not bad.

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    well if its a redraft still think lions would have went CJ.. b/c going in with bur being our num 1 isnt the best idea.. but w/e just something to do here
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    so where does jamarcus get drafted? Oakland gets him with the 1st pick of the 2nd round? Just kiddin

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