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
2. Detroit Lions: Joe Thomas, OT, WisconsinHe fills all of the needs in an Oakland player besides being a bad pick.
3. Cleveland Browns: Darrelle Revis, CB, PittsburghThey 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.
4. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia TechSure they got Haden, but they also got Revis Island. That duo has to idiot proof the DC and Safeties job.
5. Arizona Cardinals: Patrick Willis, ILB, Ole MissThey get a huge boost to the offense that they needed. '07 lacked pass rushers and so they go on their next biggest logical need.
6. Washington Redskins: Brandon Meriweather, S, Miami (Florida)Arizona ***** themselves. Willis is arguably the best player in the draft but other needs lets him fall.
7. Minnesota Vikings: Jon Beason, LB, Miami (Florida)They upgrade Landry with a real S.
8. Atlanta Falcons: Leon Hall, CB, MichiganLosing out on Peterson hurts, badly, but this gives them the best front 7 around and the best defensive triangle in a long time.
9. Miami Dolphins: LaMarr Woodley, DE/OLB, MichiganHall is a Pro-Bowl CB that for sure fixes the Falcons secondary problems.
10. Houston Texans: Michael Griffin, S, TexasMiami has to **** themselves, that lack of 3-4 teams ahead of them gives them an All-Pro at #9.
11. San Francisco: Lawrence Timmons, ILB, Florida StateThey have their secondary problems and grab a good young S.
12. Buffalo Bills: Sidney Rice, WR, South CarolinaHe's no Patrick Willis but he is a legit 3-4 ILB who can still make their 3-4 work.
13. St. Louis Rams: Ryan Harris, OT, Notre DameRice did the typical 3rd year breakout for a WR. They need a lot of help and can go BPA.
14. New York Jets: David Harris, LB, MichiganProbably 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.
15. Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Kalil, OC, USCJets 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.
16. Green Bay Packers: Jermon Bushrod, OT, TowsonThey 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
17. Denver Broncos: Steve Smith, WR, USCBushrod played some good LT last season and Green Bay has a big need there.
18. Cincinnati Bengals: Brandon Mebane, DT, CaliforniaGreat possession guy to replace Brandon Marshall.
19. Tennessee Titans: Dwayne Bowe, WR, LSUMebane is a top run stopper and gets a good rush in the middle. Him and Peko team together for an awesome DT duo.
20. New York Giants: Paul Posluszny, LB, Penn StateTitans go BPA and he also fills a need giving them an awesome WR duo.
21. Jacksonville Jaguars: Mike Sims-Walker, WR, Central FloridaTowards the top of the BPA list and also fills a huge need.
22. Cleavland Browns: Kevin Kolb, QB, HoustonThey can't lose out on their #1 WR.
23. Kansas City Chiefs: Zach Miller, TE, ASUBrowns get their QB.
24. New England Patriots: William Gay, CB, LouisvilleThey lost on WR Dwayne Bowe but still add a great passing target and 1,000 yard threat.
25. Carolina Panthers: Stewart Bradley, ILB, NebraskaGay is a nice starter at a position the Patriots always seem to need,
26. Dallas Cowboys: Le'Ron McClain, HB/FB, AlabamaThe Panthers lost their top two picks and need to replace one. Bradley is a large downgrade from Beason but a very legit starter.
27. New Orleans Saints: Pierre Thomas, RB, IllinoisThey add yet another offensive weapon and more than likely the BPA.
28. San Francisco 49ers: LaRon Landry, S, LSUThey have to keep their best HB.
29. Baltimore Ravens: Anthony Gonzalez, WR, Ohio StateLandry adds a nice weapon as a S and improves their secondary.
30. San Diego Chargers: Michael Bush, HB, LouisvilleThey 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.
31. Chicago Bears: Tanard Jackson, S, SyracuseMy own personal pick, of course. Bush is an awesome HB and gives them a great young powerful duo to compliment the passing game.
32. Indianapolis Colts: Robert Meachem, WR, TennesseeOne of the best Tampa 2 FS in the NFL. Bears grab a great pick here for themselves.
Not perfect. Feel free to scream corrections at me or whatever.They need to replace Anthony Gonzalez.