August 22, 2007

Round 1 (2 overall)Steven Jackson, RB I think he'll do better than LT this year. Note: I seriously considered Peyton Manning at this spot.

Round 2 (23)Chad Johnson, WR With Ocho Cinco promising to "bring sexy back" in 2007, this was an easy pick.

Round 3 (26)Drew Brees, QB With all the weapons around him, and in Sean Payton's system, I see a lot of big plays.

Round 4 (47)Randy Moss, WR Moss will put up the kind of numbers he used to now that Tom Brady's throwing to him.

Round 5 (50)Jamal Lewis, RB Call me crazy, but I think this is the year that Lewis returns to his 2003 form.

Round 6 (71)Ravens DSure, they lost Adalius Thomas, but look who they've still got (Reed, Lewis, Scott, Suggs, McAlister, Ngata ...).

Round 7 (74)Kellen Winslow, TE K2 had 89 catches in his first healthy season; I expect even more in 2007.

Round 8 (95)Jerry Porter, WR Last year was a total washout, but he can be very dangerous given the chance.

Round 9 (98)Alex Smith, QB Now in his third year, he'll continue to build on the improvement he showed in 2006.

Round 10 (119)Shayne Graham, K I expect the Bengals offense to give him more chances this year.

Round 11 (122)Donte' Stallworth, WR Somehow he's been the forgotten man in the Pats' off-season moves.

Round 12 (143)Dallas Clark, TE Landing the tight end in Peyton Manning's offense this late in the draft is a steal.

Round 13 (146)Matt Schaub, QB You never know -- if he lives up to the hype, he will be great trade bait by midseason.

Round 14 (167)Michael Jenkins, WR The Falcons' passing game could actually improve with Vick gone.

Round 15 (170)Michael Pittman, RB Cadillac Willams's health is always a concern, so I grabbed his backup.

Round 16 (191)Steve Smith, WR The other Steve Smith -- but this rookie from USC is having a great training camp with the Giants.

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