i think this draft is almost predictable now...
Rams: released Bulger before his roster bonus was due, clearly admitting the need for a new franchise qb...campbell may be brought in, although i highly doubt it, to give some competition to Bradford...a la Stafford vs Culpepper
Lions: trade for Sims...thus to end the arguement, Backus stays at LT. No move on Hargrove, or one that will only cost them more now leaves open a spot for a huge dt rotation w/ suh (or mccoy), williams & slh with vdb & avril off the edges. avril can take advantage of his speed with the big boys up the middle. pacman will be signed, to which i am indifferent again to add competition to a young backfield with another db drafted in round two or three.
Redskins: mcnabb...so no need to be in the top five unless they are drafting okung to protect mcnabbs a$$. enough rb's to start an expansion team...they add a wr in rd two for 5 to play with (he needs someone other than cooley) cuz even though there is some talent at wr, they are very unproven in the nfl
KC: with no OT or offensive threat in the top five, here goes Berry. simple enough
Seattle: makes a move for marshall with his value diminishing as the days go by, marshall becomes the guy that breaks in rookie qb's...they give clausen a treat to throw to in his rookie year.
Bucs: with no suh, they still get their dt in mccoy.
now the rest of it is a crap shoot i think...but i truly think todays events all but locked down the top five picks...i know i got the order wrong, but you get the idea. As much of a proponent I have been of bringing in Berry, I accept that it just isn't going to pan out that way. In saying that, I am glad that Staff will not be facing him regularily at all.
Welcome to the honalulu blue Mr Suh...where the kool-aid flows like ... well like water over niagara falls!