@Mr. Bitter I dont recall you posting all those picks... any loser can come on here making false claims, just as you did..if you didnt care you wouldnt need to post the lie that you win 10 games ATS almost every week...
i knew a bunch of squares would be thinkin they are top dog after the way this week went down...
Dallas Cowboys: Andy Kemp, G, Wisconsin
It never hurts to have depth up front. Kyle Kosier has only two more years on his contract.
St. Louis Rams: John Phillips, TE, Virginia
Some competition for Joe Klopfenstein behind Randy McMichael is needed.
Kansas City Chiefs: Brandon Hughes, CB, Oregon State
The Chiefs don't have much depth behind Brandon Flowers and Brandon Carr. Brandon Hughes fits Kansas City's system - just look at his first name.
Seattle Seahawks: Tom Brandstater, QB, Fresno State
I really doubt the Seahawks go quarterback at No. 4 overall. Tim Ruskell will likely opt for a late-round developmental quarterback instead.
Miami Dolphins: Tony Fiammetta, FB, Syracuse
Could challenge Lousaka Polite for the starting fullback gig.
Cincinnati Bengals: Johnny Knox, WR, Abilene Christian
Call me crazy, but I don't think Chad Ocho Cinco will be playing in Cincinnati much longer. Johnny Knox is incredible value here.
Oakland Raiders: Brice McCain, CB, Utah
Brice McCain runs a low 4.3. Only Al Davis is lucky enough to get such great players in Round 7.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Maurice Evans, DE, Penn State
Maurice Evans sucks at life, but he's physically gifted, so someone may give him a shot in the seventh round. The Buccaneers are hurting for depth on their defensive line, so why not?
Green Bay Packers: Victor Butler, DE/OLB, Oregon State
More 3-4 depth is needed. The Packers were really hurting for pass-rushers last year, and that was before the scheme change.
San Francisco 49ers: Jason McCourty, CB, Rutgers
In a division with Larry Fitzgerald, Anquan Boldin, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Donnie Avery and potentially Michael Crabtree, you can never have too many talented corners.
Buffalo Bills: Jake Visser, DT, Ferris State
I'd like to see the Bills add another pass-rushing presence on the defensive line. Jake Visser had 16 TFL and 7.5 sacks for Ferris State in 2008.
Minnesota Vikings: Brandon Underwood, FS, Cincinnati
Depth is needed behind Madieu Williams and Tyrell Johnson.
New Orleans Saints: John Parker Wilson, QB, Alabama
Sean Payton doesn't have a developmental quarterback behind Drew Brees. Call me crazy, but 80-year-old Mark Brunell and Caviar King Joey Harrington don't count.
Houston Texans: Lydon Murtha, OT, Nebraska
A solid fit as a reserve in Houston's zone-blocking scheme.
San Diego Chargers: Aaron Brown, RB, TCU
I believe LaDainian Tomlinson will bounce back with a strong 2009 campaign. If he doesn't, it would be wise to have an insurance back.
Denver Broncos: Quan Cosby, WR/KR, Texas
Brandon Marshall could be suspended for a few games, and Quan Cosby should be familiar with Josh McDaniels' dink-and-dunk offense.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Lee Robinson, DE/OLB, Alcorn State
The Steelers will probably spend one of their late-round picks to add depth to their linebacking corps.
Dallas Cowboys: Marlon Favorite, NT, LSU
The Cowboys need someone behind Jay Ratliff. Besides, it's not like nose tackles grow on trees.
New York Jets: Kevin Huber, P, Cincinnati
We all saw what sort of an impact a great punter can have in the playoffs. The Jets definitely need help here.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Stanley Arnoux, ILB, Wake Forest
Niko Koutouvides is terrible. Stanley Arnoux should be able to win the backup job behind Barrett Ruud in the first few days.
Philadelphia Eagles: Robert Francois, OLB, Boston College
Andy Reid has a tendency to take linebackers in the middle or late rounds. I'm sure Big Red would like to have someone to push Chris Gocong.
Minnesota Vikings: George Hypolite, DT, Colorado
Pat Williams turns 37 in October, so the Vikings will be adding some defensive tackle depth at some point in the 2009 NFL Draft.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Jaimie Thomas, G, Maryland
Vince Manuwai and Maurice Williams are both coming off season-ending injuries. Manuwai is especially risky, as he tore his ACL in September.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: DeAngelo Smith, CB, Cincinnati
The Buccaneers will probably use some of these picks to trade up. If not, getting more corner depth wouldn't hurt.
New England Patriots: Sammie Stroughter, WR/PR, Oregon State
Call me crazy, but I don't think newly signed Joey Galloway and Greg Lewis are going to contribute much.
Denver Broncos: Kevin Ellison, SS, USC
The Broncos signed a pair of safeties who will be eligible for social security in a few months. Youth needed.
Indianapolis Colts: Michael Ray Gavin, CB/KR, Florida State
Indianapolis' return game was absolutely abysmal in 2008.
Miami Dolphins: Brian Hoyer, QB, Michigan State
Just a gut feeling, but I doubt Bill Parcells wants John Beck on his football team. This could change if the NFL adjusts its rules and gives out points to teams whose quarterbacks simply hand the ball off to the opposition.
New York Giants: Brooks Foster, WR, North Carolina
Another solid possession receiver for the Giants, just in case Braylon Edwards shoots himself in the leg.
Tennessee Titans: Frantz Joseph, ILB, Florida Atlantic
An underrated middle linebacker to push Stephen Tulloch and Ryan Fowler.
Arizona Cardinals: Glover Quin, CB, New Mexico
The Cardinals could spend a pick to address their corner depth in the final few rounds.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Robert Brewster, OT, Ball State
More help for Pittsburgh's offensive line. Fans will be hoping that Robert Brewster can displace Willie Colon in a year or two.
Tennessee Titans: Dominique Edison, WR, Stephen F. Austin
If the Titans believe Lavelle Hawkins can emerge as a potent option in 2009, they won't draft a receiver early. I do think they'll look at one late, however.
Washington Redskins: Patrick Turner, WR, USC
Santana Moss and Antwaan Randle El are about to enter their 30s, so the Redskins will need someone besides Malcolm Kelly and Devin Thomas when the two veterans are let go.
San Francisco 49ers: Zach Potter, DE/DT, Nebraska
The 49ers don't exactly have great depth on their three-man defensive line.
Pick change; previously Cameron Morrah, TE
Seattle Seahawks: Alex Boone, OT, Ohio State
Sean Locklear - not Eugene Monroe or Jason Smith - is the team's left tackle of the future. Seattle will need a right tackle once Locklear slides over for good.
Chicago Bears: Demonte Bolden, DT, Tennessee
It never hurts to add depth to the defensive line.
Seattle Seahawks: Conredge Collins, FB, Pittsburgh
Owen Schmitt will start in place of Leonard Weaver. Someone to back up Schmitt would be nice, especially if the Seahawks decide to get rid of T.J. Duckett.
Seattle Seahawks: Derek Walker, DE, Illinois
More depth on the defensive line to pressure Kurt Warner and shut down Frank Gore wouldn't hurt.
Cincinnati Bengals: Tim Jamison, DE, Michigan
Cincinnati must address its pass rush if it wants to compete with Pittsburgh and Baltimore.
Pick change; previously Willie VanDeSteeg, DE
Jacksonville Jaguars: John Gill, DT, Northwestern
It never hurts to have too much defensive line depth.
Chicago Bears: Brandon Swain, DE, West Texas A&M
Like the Bengals, the Bears need to improve their pass rush if they want to win their division.
Pick change; previously Brandon Swain, DE
Cincinnati Bengals: Al Afalava, SS, Oregon State
Could potentially beat out Mike Doss as the No. 2 strong safety on the depth chart.
Pick change; previously Kevin Ellison, SS
Jacksonville Jaguars: Curtis Taylor, FS, LSU
Jacksonville is hurting for depth in the secondary.
Arizona Cardinals: Stephen Hodge, SS, TCU
Adrian Wilson is entering his contract year, so the Cardinals better come up with something if they can't re-sign him.
Detroit Lions: DeAndre Levy, OLB, Wisconsin
Some depth to help Detroit's thin linebacking corps.
Pick change; previously Anthony Heygood, OLB
Kansas City Chiefs: Louie Sakoda, K, Utah
Connor Barth was 10-of-12 last year, but was just 1-of-2 from beyond 40. Getting some competition wouldn't hurt.