Ding Ding


Now that a crazy Round 1 is in the books we can focus on the rest of our draft. We found out that Dennis Allen went to and graduated summa cum laude from the John Elway school of trading down for peanuts, the Giants and Bears coaching staffs have serious drinking problems, and that Jerry Jones is the craziest owner since Al Davis. The question is who do the Broncos target after solidifying their defensive line with a budding superstar like Sylvester Williams.

Here we go:

Round 2 Pick #58: Damontre Moore, DE, Texas A&M


Screw taking a running back with this pick, I want a pass rusher. Robert Ayers is a nice backup but he's not a starter. Damontre Moore would represent tremendous value in the late second round, I'd be fine if we traded up to get him.

Round 3 Pick #90: Le'Veon Bell, RB, Michigan State


Now that cooler heads have prevailed and we didn't waste an early pick on a running back we can pull the trigger on a three down player with great speed. Bell may not be the next Terrell Davis but he'd be an upgrade over Willis and U-know.

Round 4 Pick #125: Earl Wolff, S, N.C. State


Time to add to our Wolff pack. Sure, Earl has some character concerns but he hits like a heat seeking missile.

Round 5 Pick #161: Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas


Our offensive line is pretty stout but our depth is shockingly thin. Alvin Bailey is one of those guys who could be a Pro Bowl guard or a fill in at tackle should somebody get hurt.

Round 7 Pick #234: T.J. Barnes, DT, Georgia Tech


Another area where we are pretty thin is defensive tackle. After grabbing one of the best defensive tackle prospects in Round 1 we add another guy who can compete for a back up spot.

There it is fellas, tell me what you think and who you'd pick.

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