Round 1 (7 overall)Joseph Addai, RB He's ready to pile up the yards and TDs like Edgerrin James used to in the Colts' offense.
Round 2 (18)Reggie Bush, RB With a combined 1,307 rush-pass yards as a rookie, he's the most versatile weapon in the NFL.
Round 3 (31)Torry Holt, WR Why did the Rams give Marc Bulger a $60 million contract? To get the ball to this guy.
Round 4 (42)Chester Taylor, RB Even with Peterson in town, Taylor will still get the tough yards and the TDs.
Round 5 (55)Matt Leinart, QB This might be a reach here, but I love the bounty of receiving talent around him.
Round 6 (66)Bernard Berrian, WR He's going to be Rex Grossman's primary pass catcher this year.
Round 7 (79)Philip Rivers, QB Getting Rivers here makes me feel better about having jumped a little early on Leinart.
Round 8 (90)Chargers DI love the big-play potential from Shawne Merriman & Co. -- and also from their kick returners.
Round 9 (103)Terry Glenn, WR When T.O. goes into one of his annual sulks, Glenn will be the man in Big D.
Round 10 (114)Robbie Gould, K It's simple: He's a reliable kicker on a Bears team that's going to score a lot this year.
Round 11 (127)Heath Miller, TE A second-tier tight end (34 catches, five TDs in '06) but also one of Big Ben's best targets.
Round 12 (138)Jeff Garcia, QB Last season he showed he still has plenty left, and Tampa's offense will be plenty familiar.
Round 13 (151)Chris Henry, RB Do you really think that LenDale White is going to make it as the Titans' No. 1 guy?
Round 14 (162)Reggie Williams, WR His production has increased every year he's been with the Jaguars.
Round 15 (175)Derrick Mason, WR It's Round 15. Marvin Harrison is no longer on the board.
Round 16 (186)Wali Lundy, RB He'll pick up the slack for Green -- who hasn't lasted a whole season in quite a while.