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Tues, Aug 21 07 "Vick pleads guilty! Moose's NFL report includes NFL Preseason report from Canton, Ohio home of the NFL Hall of Fame! End of an Era with New England's release of P/H Miller! QBs Stars So far, Houston's Matt Schaub and  Tampa's Jeff Garcia!" Myk Aussie

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"NFL report includes NFL Preseason report from Canton, Ohio home of the NFL Hall of Fame! End of an Era with New England's release of P/H Miller! QBs Stars So far, Houston's Matt Schaub and  Tampa's Jeff Garcia!" Moose Salzer

"When New England's Patriots recently released P/H Josh Miller (left-footed, right-handed holder) it marked the sad end of an era. There are now officially  no more ex-Baltimore Stallions left in Pro Football. Demetrius Maxie is also gone as a CFL DLm. Miller, who played 14-years in the Pro, started with two years as P of the Baltimore CFL's, who became the Stallions in the magical Grey Cup winning season of 1995. He then signed with the hometown Pittsburgh Steelers, but later won a Super Bowl with the Patriots. Miller, spent 12 seasons in the NFL and two in the CFL and was one of the best left-footed punters ever. Goodbye Josh and now it's time to Teach with Ken Saroka in that h.s. you attended, where he teaches. A was a very good run!

So far the Houston Texans of Gary Kubiak are looking like the smartest team in the NFL for getting QB-stud Matt Schaub away from the slumping NFC South Division Falcons. Schaub could have been a great bailout plan for the Falcons as #1 (for the moment) QB Mike Vick faces dog killing/fighting charges which will probably land him in jail for six months to a year and the Falcons probably will  cut him loose. The problem with the Falcons is they don't have a starting QB on the roster with former first-round bust Joey Harrington (failed at Detroit / Miami), 'Slash' D.J. Shockley (probably better at WR/RB) and the original failure Chris Redman, who failed to stick in Arena Pro tryouts the last two years with Kansas City and Austin, which is moving down to Af2.

The reviews are in and they are rave in Houston, as the Texans have never finished higher than 7-9-0 in their short five-yr. NFL history, with current Carolina backup, Dave Carr as staring pivot. Not that anybody being fair can say it was ALL Carr's fault. The whole Texan team has been infused with Schaub's win-it-all attitude, he first showed in Millersville, PA. Then at the University of Virginia. Schaub is 2-0 as a starter in the NFL lifetime and says he expects the Texans to win the AFC Central this year. Only depleted Super Bowl finalist Indianapolis and Jacksonville stand in the way. Schaub, 6'5" and 237 lbs., and a good runner had impressed the Owners, Coaches and his fellow players with his work ethic. Most of the time arriving to the Texans practice facility at 6 a.m. and leaving at 6:30-7 p.m.

In Tampa Bay, Jeff  'Red' Garcia, who rebounded some last year until he collapsed in the playoffs, and therein got his release from Philadelphia, rebounded over the two previous seasons in Detroit and Cleveland where he simply wasn't the old Red Garcia we grew to like so much in Calgary (CFL) and San Francisco (three Pro Bowl appearances). Garcia, 37 is going in the opposite direction from the 27-yr-old stud in Houston, Schaub, in that he is heading to the far side of a very good career that is starting to see him pass some pretty big names on the all-time Pro QBing stats chart. Garcia, in combined Pro (CFL/NFL) stats is damn near 30,000 yds and 200 TDs and should get both marks this year. I predict both Garcia and Schaub sill be in the Pro Bowl and both teams will make the playoffs:

AFC Central: (1) Houston*, (2) Jacksonville*, (3) Indianapolis*, (4) Tennessee
NFC South: (1) New Orlean*, (2) Carolina*, (3) Tampa Bay*, (4) Atlanta
* = These teams will make the playoffs" Moose Salzer

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Updated Wed, Aug 15 07 "Vick jury selected! Moose's NFL Preseason Report from Saint Louis! Who do the fans like more, Jamie Martin or Marc Bulger? A comparison!" Myk Aussie

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Wed, Aug 8 07 "NFL Hall of Fame picks! Preseason News!" Moose Salzer

NFL Hall of Fame Picks!
Gene Hickerson, Offensive Guard, Cleveland Browns, 1958-73. 1957 'Futures' seventh round pick. University of Mississippi. Six Pro Bowls played in, Two-time All-NFL selection. 1960's 'All-NFL All-Decade Team. Helped lead the Browns to the 1964 NFL Title when they defeated the Colts, 34-0. Lead blocker for the likes of Hall of Famers FB-RB Leroy Kelly, and RB-OE Bobby Mitchell, who made the Hall of Fame for Washington and was later their General Manager. Cleveland never missed the playoffs during his tenure and never had a losing season, mainly on account of talent ex-Founder / Coach Paul Brown, who's family also started the Cincinnati Bengals.

Charlie Sanders, 10-year starting TE, Detroit Lions. 336 Catches, third most for the position in Pro Football history when he retired, behind NFL'r's 'Iron' Mike Ditka and John Mackey. Played 1968-77. Played in seven Pro Bowls and was All-NFL twice. 1970's All-Decade Team starter at TE. One of the best blocking TEs ever. Records later passed by CFL'r's Tony Gabriel and Nick Araghki also Ozzie Newsome of the NFL. 6'4", 230 lbs. 

Roger Wehrli, Saint Louis Cardinals CB, 1969-82. Never missed a game. The game's first 'Lockdown' CB. Seven Pro Bowl games played in. All-Pro NFL 5 times. Missouri native who I will highlight next week when I will be there. 40 INTs as he was not thrown at much. Defensive Linchpin for the NFC East Division winners of 1974, 1975. One of the original 'Fellowship of Christian Athletes.' 6'0", 190 lbs.

Bruce Matthews, Houston/Tennessee Oilers-Titans franchise, 1983-2001. Nineteen Pro seasons. Along with CFL'r's Roger Aldag, Chris Walby, Lyle Bauer, Miles Gorrell and Jamie Taras, one of the greatest OLm of all-time in Pro Football. Versatile doesn't even begin to tell it! Played all five OLm positions, the first NFL'r to do it. Centre / Guard / Tackle. Played in an all-time high (along with ex-U. Utah / L.A. Ram Merlin Olsen DL) 14 Pro Bowls. First Round selection of the Oilers the year Warren Moon got back from CFL. Played under Ed Biles (Now in Af2 Admin./Team), Hugh Campbell, Jerry Glanville, Jack Pardee and Jeff Fisher. Nine-time All-NFL All-Pro. Started 99 games at Centre, 87 at Right Guard, 67 at Left Guard, 22 at Right Tackle, 17 at Left Tackle. Only player to miss Zero games in the 1990's. 

Others missing:
Former Commissioner Paul Tagliabue,

Washington-Philadelphia-N.Y. Jets WR-OE Art Monk (930 catches, no drops, no fumbles - are you listening Mike Irvin and Thurman Thomas?). Buffalo great Steve Tasker (6.5 rushing average, 20.7 kick off return average, 12.5 punt return average, 20.5 per catch average, best Special Teams 'gunner' of all-time).

Maddening...Considering he was only the 22nd pick in the draft, QB Brady Quinn should get his Caucasian keester into the Browns camp as soon as possible! I have nothing against either Charlie Frye [who should be third-string] nor ex-NFL Europa pivot Derek Anderson who would make a good backup, but neither Browns current QB has the upside of Quinn, who very well could end up saving embattled Coach Romeo Crenell's job!

Top 10 NFL TEs to start the  2007 season:
1) Tony Gonzalez, Kansas City Chiefs, (2) Algenon Crumpler, Atlanta,
(3) Antonio Gates, San Diego, (4) Heath Miller, Pittsburgh, (5) Greg Olson, Chicago [R], (6) Dave Campbell, Detroit, (7)Jeremy H. Shockey, N.Y. G-Men, (8) Jason Witten, Dallas, (9) Dallas Clark, Indianapolis, (10) Chris Cooley, Washington." Moose Salzer

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Updated Fri, Aug 3, 07 "Moose's NFL 07-08 Predictions! Moose's team Previews to start next week! Bill Walsh dies at a73 years of age! Curtis Martin the N.Y. Jet and former New England Patriot
RB has retired after 12 seasons and 14,101 yards and 90 TDs!
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Moose's NFL 2007-08 Predictions! Moose's team Previews to start next week!

Predicted order of Finish. * = playoff teams.

NFC South -
1)  New Orlean*, (2) Carolina*, (3) Tampa Bay*, (4) Atlanta

NFC North:
1)  Chicago*, (2) Detroit, (3) Minnesota, (4) Green Bay

NFC West:
1)  Seattle*, (2) San Francisco, (3) Arizona, (4) Saint Louis

NFC East:
1)  Philadelphia*, (2) Dallas, (3) Washington, (4) N.Y. G-Men

AFC East:
1)  New England*, (2) N.Y. Jets, (3) Miami, (4) Buffalo

AFC Central:
1)  Houston*, (2) Jacksonville*, (3) Indianapolis*, (4) Tennessee
"Moose you are kidding me? Colts #1 here again." Myk

AFC North:
1)  Cincinnati*, (2) Baltimore*, (3) Cleveland, (4) Pittsburgh

AFC West:
1)  San Diego*, (2) Kansas City, (3-4) Oakland, Denver - both
playing for the top pick in the draft in 2008. "Moose you wrote Broncos last just to annoy me I know it. Broncos will again challenge for #1 in this strong AFL Division!" Myk

AFC Champion: Cincinnati, NFC Champion: New Orlean.
Super Bowl XLII Winner, New Orleans Saints over Cincinnati." Moose Salzer

From Wed, Aug 1 07 . "Bill Walsh dies at a73 years of age!" Moose Salzer

West Coast Offence inventor Bill Walsh, who recruited John Elway to Stanford, Coached Joe Montana and San Francisco to three Super Bowl wins, has died at 73 of leukemia. Walsh will surely go down as one of the top six NFL Coaches and top 10 NCAA Coaches as well. Walsh, an erudite man from Stanford brought Jack Elway's son to Stanford, but left shortly for the NFL where he almost single handedly turned around the moribund San Francisco 49ers.

In three years time, Walsh helped the 49ers to their first of Five Super Bowl wins. In seven years time, with QB Joe Montana, the third best QB ever, the 49ers were in the Super Bowl v. legendary Don Shula with the second-best QB of all-time Dan Marino. Again the 49ers won. In three more years the 49ers squared off against their Super Bowl XVI rivals, Boomer Esiason's Cincinnati Bengals. In one of the greatest Super Bowls in history, Montana's 49ers edged out the best left handed QB of all-time, Esiason's Bengals with 34 seconds left, 20-16. In 1982 they beat the Bengals 26-21. Two years later the Broncos and Elway lost their third Super Bowl overall to Walsh's 49ers, 55-10. Walsh then retired and broadcast on NBC's NFL coverage for two years before going back to Stanford.

Walsh had the fourth best winning percentage in NFL history to John Madden, Don Shula and Marv Levy. R.I.P., Bill. In other big NFL News... 

Curtis Martin, the N.Y. Jet and former New England Patriot RB has retired after 12 seasons and 14,101 yards and 90 TDs.

This is seventh in Pro Football history in rushing behind Emmitt Smith, Mike Pringle, Walter Payton, George Reed, Herschel Walker and Barry Sanders, just ahead of last years retiree, Jerome Bettis. Martin, drafted by Coach Bill Parcells when the two were at New England, Martin helped the Patriots and Parcells to Super Bowl XXXI where they lost to Brett Favre and Green Bay, 35-21. Martin then left with Parcells where he played out the remainder of his career with the Jets, missing last season of the 'Physically unable to perform list with right ACL knee surgery.

He came back this spring through mini camp to prove he could come back (Shades of Earl Campbell with New Orlean under James Earnest Tabor Mora in 1986), but has decided to retired anyway. He probably wouldn't start this year. Martin was one of the best pass catching back of all-time. Probably right behind Miami/Denver/Washington RB Jim Kiick and Colts/Rams back Marshall Faulk, NE's Kevin's older brother who retired from the Rams last summer. Martin wants to own either an Ar.FL or NFL club which would make him the first in Pro Football history." Moose Salzer

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, July 20 07 "NFL Atlanta Falcons Star QB Mike Vick is in a lot of trouble!" Myk Aussie

He and three others were indicted by a USA Federal grand jury. They were charged with competitive dog fighting, procuring and training pit bulls for fighting and conducting the enterprise across state lines.
They could face up to six years in the slammer, $350,000 US in fines and restitution.

 

Mike Vick has been a favorite NFL player of mine ever since he came into the league. He is amazing to watch. Why do so many USA Sports hero's think they are larger than life and screw up.


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Updated Mon, May 21 07 "Cwoc Pammy gets a Flash of San Diego Charger Lightening but misreads! Venting my Sports Rage includes talking NFL  with Gabriel Morency on Sports Rage now on Sirius Satellite radio!" Myk Aussie

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This is my two recent calls to Sports Rage on Sirius radio from Friday night, May 4th and 11th. I went
right off. On the May 11th show I talked about how I'm glad Randy Moss is out of the Raiders were he was wasted. Also about Steve McNair, Tom Brady, Michael Vick etc. Gabriel Morency talks for a few
minutes before I come on. Scroll down to the Sport Rage After Hours May 4 section for me and Moose which is below the "Drive This" and "Game On" archives. My May 11th call is up as well in which I talk about the most NFL
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Fri, May 11 07 "Marshall Faulk Tribute and NFL Off-season News by Moose Salzer! Marshall Faulk on Pro Bowl MYKwebTV!" Myk Aussie

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"Marshall Faulk, one of the top 25 players in NFL history has retired last month!" Moose Salzer
Faulk, who missed last season on injured reserve with the Rams was an Analyst for HBO and NBC last season. After working hard to recover from his first ever knee operation and realizing he would have to fight to make the Rams as the number two RB behind former FB Steve "Now in Shape" Jackson, decided to retire. Faulk, along with Kurt Warner, who were both two-time NFL MVPs, helped lead the Rams to the 1999 and 2001 Super Bowls where the Rams, 1-2 lifetime as a franchise, won their first and only Super Bowl victory, the year ex-CFL'r Trent Green was hurt, 1999-'00.

One of the greatest ever ball catchers and runners, Faulk was durable and fast. He attended Mira Mesa High School in San Diego where he played two seasons with ex-Bronco Super Bowl great, RB Terrell Davis, who surprisingly played Nose Guard (!). Faulk attended San Diego St. and helped the Aztecs to win one Conference Championship. He was drafted by the then wretched Indianapolis Colts and played there until Jerome Bettis played out his option with the also wretched Saint Louis Rams. Upon leaving the Rams, Bettis had a stellar career with the Steelers culminating in his only Super Bowl win in SB 40.

Then Faulk got the break of a lifetime as ex-NFL Head Coach Dick Vermeil signed on after 14 years to take over as Rams Coach. Vermeil installed a standard Pro set offence around the running-pass receiving talents of Faulk. Vermeil then brought in Green from Washington to pilot the Offence and signed WRs Ricky Proehl, Isaac Bruce and Tory Holt. Then Vermeil got the break of a lifetime; he picked up two-time ArenaBowl QB and two-time Arena MVP Kurt Warner. When Green blew a knee, Warner took over and threw 41 TDs and Faulk rushed for 18. The Rams beat Tennessee 24-16 in Super Bowl XXXIV. Two years later they lost, 17-14  to upstart New England on Adam Vinatieri's FG.

Faulk continued to play very well but was very angry when Vermeil retired and Warner was traded to the New Jersey Giants. The Rams were competitive with Jamie Martin, Warner's Super Bowl backup but when Mike Martz took over, he switched to the Power-I backfield and installed mistake prone Marc Bulger, a turnover machine at pivot. The Rams, despite getting Martin back, and losing him again, have gone downhill since and Martz, now the Offencive Coordinator with the Lions, got fired. Martz also fell in love with an overweight FB  named Steve Jackson, who finally lost weight and gained 1,000 yards last year. Faulk blew his right knee in Preseason last year and missed the 8-8-0 season for new Coach Scott Linehan.

Marshall Faulk will be remembered for his 8 straight 1,000+ yard seasons and his contributions to the Rams Super Bowl teams and his two MVP awards. Current Arizona QB Kurt Warner recently said, "Marshall Faulk is the best football player I ever played with, in any of the three Leagues (Ar.FL / NFL / NFL E) I played in." I couldn't put it any better. I place Faulk as the sixth best RB I've ever seen after Walter Payton, Mike Pringle, Emmitt Smith, Larry Csonka, Herschel Walker.

More NFL Offseason moves.
Shakeup at MNF. 'Jaws' Jaworski in, Joe 'Tees-mon' out. Monday Night Football's lineup changed but not for the better recently when ABC-ESPN announced they were keeping heinous Suzy Kobler and dopey Tony Kornheiser over Joe Thiesmann despite the fact fans don't like either. I think Joe  Thiesmann the ex-CFL/NFL star would be a perfect fit with leadman  Mike Tirico and ex-Philadelphia Super Bowl QB Ron Jaworski, the  part-owner of the Ar.FL's Philadelphia Soul (Moxie's team). Both 'Jaws' and Joey T. QB'd against one another in the late '70's and  throughout much of the '80's until Theismann's Monday Night Football injury in 1985. Thiesmann played 15 years and Jaworski 17, respectfully.

The irony about this is that Theismann is under contract for one more  year and REFUSED to do ESPN online and NCAA games, even though I think Joe T., ex-of Notre Dame and Doug Flutie, ex-of Boston College would work well. Flutie will work with Bob Griese, three-time Super Bowl QB himself and father of Bears Super Bowl backup pivot Brian." Moose

 

 

Updated Fri, May 4 07 "Randy Moss to the Patriots! A record Six Hawai'i Warriors taken in '07 NFL Draft! Moose's team by team NFL Draft report! Moose says Browns Strike Gold with Notre Dame stud QB! QB JaMarcus Russell from Louisiana State gets selected number 1 by the Raiders! Notre Dame QB Brady Quinn "finally" gets drafted by the Cleveland Browns! A interview direct from the NFL Media with Brady! NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acts to get Brady away from the spotlight!" Myk Aussie


Randy Moss to the Patriots.
I think this is great news. The patriots who have been one of my equal #2 teams the past 4+ year will now probably be my #2 team on there own. I've been a Big Randy Moss fan and was annoyed how he was underused at the Raiders. Tom Brady throwing long balls to Randy Moss will be something  to see. The only problem is now it will be harder for the Bronco's to get to the Super Bowl in the powerful AFC. I'm sure Moose and I will be going at it on here in regards to Randy Moss as Moose is not a fan of him at all. 

From Moose "A record Six Hawai'i Warriors taken in '07 NFL Draft!
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QB JaMarcus Russell from Louisiana State gets selected number 1 by the Raiders! Notre Dame QB
Brady Quinn dropping to the 22nd draft pick was the Biggest story today in the 2007 NFL Draft!


QB JaMarcus Russell the Huge 6 foot 6 inch 263 pound QB from Louisiana State was selected number
1 by the Raiders. Will Randy Moss still be a Raider receiving some of JaMarcus's long bombs?
Apparently he has a very strong arm.

Notre Dame QB Brady Quinn was tipped to go very high today. It was a Big shock to most of the NFL experts when he was not selected by Miami at number 9.

It was then awesome what Roger Goodell the new NFL commissioner did. After Brady didn't get drafted
in the top 10 he got Brady out of the TV camera's Huge spotlight and invited him back to a NFL suite.
 

I've decided to follow Brady's NFL career a lot now after today. I also decided to go into the NFL Media website that I have access to and add the interview with Brady to the Cleveland Browns section of MYKwebWORLD. Enjoy! Click here

"Here is my NFL Draft Report for 2007!  Browns Strike Gold with Notre Dame stud QB!" Moose Salzer
The first question everybody will want to know is who won the NFL Draft, held this past weekend. Cleveland, Detroit and Carolina. Who lost? Nobody really, but Denver, Washington and Arizona more or less lost because they only had four or five picks each - bad trades the last couple years took care of that! Here's the Breakdown from MYKwebTV South - in the Province of Virginia. Also keep an eye on the comeback of Akili Smith with Calgary!

Arizona - Grade B. Cardinals did not do that badly, considering they only had five picks [Washington also only had five and the Broncos a paltry four!!]. Top pick for the Redbirds was: Former Maury (Norfolk, VA) High School'r, OT Levi Brown from THE Penn State. He'll help Kurt Warner and Mark Leinart stand upright this year and complete more passes as he will start on the Cards awful Offencive Line.

Atlanta - C+. Quantity over Quality. With Matt Schaub gone, the Falcons (or is it 'Fowl-Kins'0 need QBing help badly as Mike Vick is in trouble off the field again [When are the Falcs gonna dump 'im?). Instead they took DL, DBs and Offencive skill players. Them aside, most of whom won't play regularly this year, new Coach Bobby (No Nonsense) Petrino from Louisville and Vick are on a collision course. Too bad the Croc Hunter isn't around anymore to help! Crickey, mates!!

Baltimore - B. Underrated Troy Smith can play right now - at QB or WR. Expect the Ravens, who last won a Super Bowl in '01, to utilize McNair for two more years, tops. Smith should be ready by then. Scott Terna's guy! Also: Yamon Figures should be OK as an extra WR soon, too.

Buffalo - B+. Morency will like these guys especially Penn St.'s LBing stud, Paul Posluszny a kind of a cross between Urlacher and A.J. Hawk, who he used to play beside. Also: Ex-Hawai'i Warrior and Oklahoma DE C.J. Ah You, who's dad Tiana (Junior) Ah You was the first player from Hawai'i to make the CFL's Hall of Fame. Junior Ah You played 14 Pro Seasons between the CFL and USFL at DE.

Carolina - A. Coach John (Sly as a) Fox, our man from Virginia Beach, VA, is back at it again. Anybody want to bet that the Panthers won't challenge for the Super Bowl like in '07-'08? No takers? I can relate. Dig: LB Jon Beason, The Miami U., Dante Rosario, TE, Oregon St. and Centre Ryan Kalil from USC will start right away.

Chicago - B+. Another good draft for Coach Lovie Smith's crew. But they picked no QB. Guess Brian Griese, son of the NFL legend and what's his name (Gross-Man?) will fight for the job again. Best pick, says me; TE Greg Olsen, Miami FL.

Cincinnati - B. I like DT Mat Toeaina, Oregon (Just) Ducks. The other four picks are quite good too. The Bengals at least tried to address what few needs they needed.

Cleveland - A. Yes, they traded up. And yes they STOLE Brady Quinn, easily the best QB in the draft (sorry Drew Stanton...). Brady will give the Brownies the best season they've had since '94. Other picks to note are: OT Joe Thomas and Hawai'i DE Mel Purcell, III. E Mua! Browns number one - in Ohio? We'll see. Headed in the right direction.

Dallas - B-. Well, at least they got a K! Recently they picked up ex-Super Bowl winner Brad Johnson to replace retired Drew Bledsoe behind Tony Romo's Place For Ribs. Arizona's Nick Polk will be the Kicking answer. I like Alan Ball too.

Denver - D-. Only four picks. What the Broncos needed were QBs, RBs, DBs. What they got was crap! Three average-to-luke-warm DL and one overrated OT. Is there a conspiracy going on in Mile High City? They lost three players in the off-season to deaths and retirement and desperately need Offencive skill players...Are they playing for the 2008 Top Pick? Seems so...

Oakland - C++. Well, at least they had more picks and used them better than the puzzling Broncos. Maybe they can escape the cellar of the AFC West this year after all. The pick of Russell (6'5.5", 256 lbs.) at QB insures they will have a great TE (!) someday...Russell will probably not make it as a QB. They should have gotten Stanton or Brady. Russell is a good kid but a 'System' QB. If they finish 2-14-0 again next year and DON'T escape the cellar, they can spend a first round pick wisely on Hawai'i's stud QB Colt Brennan, who threw the NCAA's all-time record 58 TDs last year ('06). The rest of the picks are not bad, but they blew it in the 1st rd.

Detroit - A. What the Hell? Matt Millen DID SOMETHING RIGHT AS G.M.?!?!? Damn right! What a draft! The second best QB in the draft, Michigan St.'s Drew Stanton, 6'4", 234 lbs, a stud who can throw 80 yards and run with 4.45 speed! How about Hawai'i DE Ikaika Alama-Francis, who can also play TE and is the son of NFL legend Russ Francis? Johnny Baldwin, LB Alabama...WR Calvin Johnson, 6'5", 232...Man, good picks.

Green Bay - B. Justin Harrell, DT from Tennessee is a very good pick. The rest are almost as good. A solid draft for Mike McCoy's mob. Maybe Brett can make the  playoffs one more time.

Houston - B+. Virginia Tech's OL Brandon Frye is the best pick - for now and Amobi Okoye, DE will help Williams right away on the Defencive front. Three more picks could make the team too. Coach Kubiak has seven ex-Broncos here now too.

Indianapolis - C+. Not really what they need most, like WR help for Marvin Harrison, one of the top five WRs in NFL history; Ricky Proehl has taken his two Super Bowl rings and retired. Brando Stokley signed for $2.2/mil. with those rapidly shrinking Broncos. The best of the lot here for immediate help are: Mike Coe and Bran Condren, DBs.

Jacksonville - B. Derek Landri, DE, Notre Dame will start almost right away and Adam Polesh, P/H from Maryland are top choices for Jak Del Rio's hard luck bunch.

Kansas City - B+. RB Koby Smith will be second string right away, unless the Chiefs really do move Casey Printers to RB/WR. Dwayne Bowe replaces two Cheifs WRs who've left. Can RB Priest Holmes, one of the great Pro Bowl players ever come back? Say a prayer for Preist!

Miami - A-. Well, they'll never get Don Shula and Larry Csonka back, but at least nutty Nick Saban was let go at the end of the year. Duante Culpepper's career is in limbo and Cleo Lemon, the ex-NFL E / Af2 pivot will have to fight to hang onto his starting job. Joey Harrington was traded to Atlanta, which is also good for Miami! Beck won't be more than a third stringer in the NFL but two Hawai'i players are worth letting fight for the starting jobs; RB Regan Mauia (5'11.5", 303 lbs - can you say FB?) and OG Sam Satele, who started 53 of 57 games at U/H. Ted Ginn, Jr. will struggle for playing time this year but will return Ks.

Minnesota - C+. See Indy and Oakland. Quantity over Quality. Oklahoma RB Adrian Peterson will help, some. But they need a QB badly. They drafted a potential 'slash' in Tyler from Costal Carolina (that school's first ever drafted by the NFL), but look for a surprise like Sid Rice, WR, So. Carolina, who played for Coach Ballgame there.

New England - C+. They just acquired Randy  Moss. The group of  picks Belichick and Co. have gotten are above average.

New Orleans - B+ . The best deal in 'Big Easy' Country (besides ArenaBowl XXI on July 29th...) is that they STOLE Cincinnati's best DB, ex-Ar.FL/XFL star Kevin Kaesviharn, who has 20 INTs in the last three years in the League. Of the draft picks here - look for Antonio Pittman, RB/WR to help out right away. They are now the deepest team in the league at RB. Andy Alleman, G, Akron is a smart pick too.

N.Y. Giants - C-. Needs? A decent QB but they get a DB, Aaron Ross, who problems.

New York Jets - C-. Best pick: Darrelle Revis DB, Pittsburgh.

Philadelphia - B. We see why the Eagles let Jeff Garcia and Timmy Chang go. They got the QB of the future in Kevin Kolb, 4-yr., starter in U/Houston. Hawai'i RB Nate Ilaoa, from Virginia h.s. league will play right away soon too. Moose

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