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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.


    Hi, everybody. I'm Mickey Loomis, general manager of the New Orleans Saints, and I'm here to announce the New Orleans Saints' first pick of the 2008 RedsZone NFL Mock Draft.

    As a team, we would be very intersted in getting an impact center or tight end in the draft, but I don't see one available who would justify the 10th overall pick. With that said, based on our needs, we decided to focus on defense for this pick.

    Ideally, we'd improve at cornerback, linebacker, or defensive tackle. Seeing as how Glenn Dorsey and Sedrick Ellis are already gone, we will wait to address that particular need.

    Keith Rivers might have been our next pick, but with the recent acquisition of Jonathan Vilma, we are not going to sweat it too much. Thus, through the process of elimination, we will most definitely be choosing a cornerback.

    We are very intrigued by Aqib Talib. His size is obviously impressive, and his name just sounds really cool. We happen to like Mike Jenkins, too, but there are some character questions there. We feel that Leodis McKelvin is just as good Jenkins, is a bit more polished, and has more to offer on special teams, hence:


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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    With the eleventh overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select:



    Limas Sweed, WR, University of Texas

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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by Javy Pornstache View Post
    With the eleventh overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills select:



    Limas Sweed, WR, University of Texas
    Ahhh.. the first real stretch of the draft, IMO. The Redskins need a WR and I was thinking about Sweed at 21, but also thought that might be a bit high. I think 11th is way too early to take him, especially when the Bills already have one good young WR (Evans).

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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    I know it's a bit of a stretch, but the Bills' biggest need is a big WR to complement Evans, and I liked him better than Malcolm Kelly, myself. I thought about Dan Connor and Aqib Talib, but felt Sweed was the better pick.

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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by Edskin View Post
    Ahhh.. the first real stretch of the draft, IMO. The Redskins need a WR and I was thinking about Sweed at 21, but also thought that might be a bit high. I think 11th is way too early to take him, especially when the Bills already have one good young WR (Evans).
    Agreed. If anything, Malcolm Kelly is the top receiver and he is likely to go in the top 15.

    Sweed is similar but the injury history is concerning.
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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    this thing is moving pretty slowly I was gonna feel guilty if it took a while for my pick but...
    "On-base percentage is great if you can score runs and do something with that on-base percentage," Baker said. "Clogging up the bases isn't that great to me."

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    Quote Originally Posted by *BaseClogger* View Post
    this thing is moving pretty slowly I was gonna feel guilty if it took a while for my pick but...
    Agreed. I think this needs to have some sort of time limit. Maybe 12 hours. Maybe 24 hours. Still, there's plenty of time left until the draft. I'd like to get 2-3 rounds in though.
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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    I know I have to pick pretty soon so I keep checking back every day so I don't miss my turn. I agree with setting a time limit so this moves a little bit faster. I even have my pick all ready to go!
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    12 hours seems more than fair. I'll get Cedric in gear. Don't you worry about that!
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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    Quote Originally Posted by HeatherC1212 View Post
    I know I have to pick pretty soon so I keep checking back every day so I don't miss my turn. I agree with setting a time limit so this moves a little bit faster. I even have my pick all ready to go!
    you better not take one of the wide receivers I'm targeting :
    "On-base percentage is great if you can score runs and do something with that on-base percentage," Baker said. "Clogging up the bases isn't that great to me."

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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    With the 12th pick in the 08 draft Mike "splinter" Shanahan and the Denver Broncos select:



    Kenny Phillips, S, Miami

    I honestly would think Shanahan would try and trade down here and take Phillips later. Obviously I can't do that. I still don't think he's a reach at 12. He's a play maker and with Dorsey, Ellis, Long, Gholston, and Clady gone I had no choice. It was either Phillips or Chris Williams from Vanderbilt. Shanahan seems to think his Oline is better than it is. Phillips is the pick.
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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    With the 13th pick in the 08 draft, the Carolina Panthers select:



    Brian Brohm, QB, Louisville Cardinals
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    Re: OFFICIAL 2008 nfl Redzone Draft.

    With the 14th pick in the 2008 draft, the Chicago Bears select:

    Rashard Mendenhall, RB, Illinois

    More info possibly later on as to why this guy was my pick. My wife gave birth to our 4th child the other day and things are somewhat crazy right now.

    Detroit (*BaseClogger*) is on the clock.

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    Whoa! Back to back surprise picks.

    First of all, I LOVE Heather's pick of Brohm for Carolina. Any QB is always a risk, but the Panthers really need a young QB to groom and I think Brohm is going to be a good one. I also think Carolina is in a pretty good situation for him to enter into.

    BuckeyeRedleg??? I'm not destroying the selection by any means, because Chicago certainly needs some playmakers, but my general philosophy is that RB is an overrated position in the NFL UNLESS you have an elite back like Adrian Peterson. I'm not sure Mendenhall fits that bill.

    Also, the Bears lost Berrian and Muhhamed at WR--desperate there, especially if they expect better results from the dynamic duo at QB (Grossman/Orton).

    Having said that, I don't hate the pick, but I would have gone with Malcom Kelly or maybe Talib.


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