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We do. Tanard Jackson moves to Barbers position and Sabby moves to FS. Ă‚Â P-Buc and T-Jax at corners and Flip and Sabby at safety. Ă‚Â I know, I know, but it sure looks good on paper.
Sabby is way way too big to play free safety.
Quote from: Fresh on December 20, 2007, 07:10:34 PMManningham sucks, and injury prone, he will be there in the 2nd round. And I wouldn't mind taking Frank OkamWhy would we take Okam? He isn't a pass rusher which is what we need... Hovan has been a very solid run stuffer and hasn't shown any decline, so spending a 1st rounder on a NT that we don't immediately need would be a huge mistake.
Manningham sucks, and injury prone, he will be there in the 2nd round. And I wouldn't mind taking Frank Okam
1. Dolphins- Glenn Dorsey (DT) LSUUnable to justify taking the best player available in McFadden, and with ILB James Laurinitis (if he declares) being a big reach from the number one spot, the Dolphins upgrade their interior line with this big active tackle.2. Rams- Jake Long (OT) MichiganSince they donĂ˘â‚¬â„˘t need a QB or RB, they go with offense (surprise surprise) and take the solid bookend tackle out of Michigan, who hopefully turns into the new Orlando Pace for the Rams.3. Jets- Chris Long (DE) UVaUnable to take McFadden due to a pair of very good running backs already on the team, the Jets look to improve on their defense, beginning a strong core of your talent with he and Revis that will help them for years to come.4. Falcons- Matt Ryan (QB) BCJerious Norwood is the RB of the future here, so McFadden slips again as the Falcons replace the void left by Mike Vick and take a different, yet more polished and ready for the NFL QB in Ryan.5. Patriots (f/ SF)- Malcom Jenkins (CB) OSUThis has always been an area the Pats look to improve on, and blessed with such a high pick, they take the best player they can who they will be able to sign and fit in their system. I know a lot of people have McFadden here, butthere is NO way they would pay him, and he wouldnĂ˘â‚¬â„˘t be happy with his playing time and role in New England, anyways.6. Texans (f/Raiders)- Darren McFadden (RB) ArkansasThe Texans follow the trend of the past year or so and fork over a future first round pick and a future third round pick (both in 2009) plus their first this year in exchange for this pick and the rights to the best player in the draft. The Texans have needs elsewhere, but none as glaring as the need for a franchise runner. McFadden is a once in a lifetime player, and should put a spark in the Texans offense.7. Chiefs- Kenny Phillips (S) MiamiThe Chiefs have always been a well-rounded, balanced team, never too flashy but always a solid formidable opponent, and nothing ever shines as a weakness. They seem set on Brodie Croyle as QB of the future, and so they look to bolster their defense with this quick explosive playmaker from the U.8. Ravens- James Laurinitis (LB) Ohio StateSure, they COULD take a QB. But they wouldnĂ˘â‚¬â„˘t. They look to keep that defense sharp as ever, and hope that a QB will fall into their lap by other means. So, they take the best linebacker available in this draft to fill in the voids left by Adalius Thomas and the future loss of Ray Lewis.9. Bengals- Keith Rivers (LB) USCFast, athletic, well prepared linebacker out of USC who should help this defense do something to help out the on-again off-again offense.10. Bears- Sedrick Ellis (DT) USCThe second Trojan in a row goes to Chi-Town to help rebuild this defense into the scariest defense in the league. They are in need or more physicality and depth, and Ellis is just a piece of that puzzle.
Is that such a bad position to draft though, I mean look at it like this. Barber is getting older, Kelly may be gone at the end of this year, which leaves us with #20, #31, and #22 - Sammy Davis. That's not a very healthy corner stable.
Trae Williams is the other USF corner in the draft and may even be a better fit for what the Bucs run