It’s the following years that made Buffalo struggle, as they are one of the few teams from the first round that made a great selection, but after seeing what Lynch did in Seattle, you can’t help but think they missed the boat on Beast Mode. The 2007 National Football League Draft was the 72nd annual meeting of National Football League (NFL) franchises to select newly eligible American football players. That was the second of seven times Harris racked up triple-digit tackles. They took Dwayne Bowe who was their #1 for quite some time, and it’s likely they’d take him again given the chance, but in this redraft, Bowe has gone much earlier, so they need to look to another receiver to fill that void. The team's leading rusher was second-year pro Joseph Addai, whose production fell off a cliff the following year. He certainly didn’t last as long as Olsen, and he was nowhere near as consistent, but the offense needed a major boost at this time, and Miller is the only threat on that side of the ball left in the draft, so it certainly makes sense to take him here. But a lack of individual accolades and a lack of ability aren't necessarily one and the same.However, there's an asterisk that comes with this re-draft pick of Purdue edge-rusher Anthony Spencer, as well.In 2007, the Kansas City Chiefs used their first pick on wide receiver Dwayne Bowe.
Which steals should have been picked much earlier, and which players had no business being picked in the first round? (Note: the re-mocks are in bold and the original draft selections are in italics. He certainly wouldn’t have changed the franchise, especially considering they now would have missed out on their best offensive lineman, but he certainly wouldn’t have been a bad selection late in the first round.A good draft in any sport can change the fortunes of an entire franchise, but at the same time, a bust at the top of a draft can demoralize an organization, and while we can’t blame these teams for making bad selections, looking back with hindsight definitely helps us make better and more informed decisions. We comply with all reasonable precautions in order to ensure your data’s safety.The Chicago Bears had a few needs heading into the 2007 draft, but their biggest was another weapon on the offensive side of the ball, and with Greg Olsen off the board already, it only makes sense that they take the second-best tight end from the draft, Zach Miller.
Again.As a rookie with the San Francisco 49ers, Willis amassed a jaw-dropping (and league-leading) 174 total tackles, including 136 solos—numbers that netted him Defensive Rookie of the Year honors, the first of seven consecutive trips to the Pro Bowl and one of five first-team All-Pro nods.Oh, what might have been for Washington.Over five years in the NFL, Jarvis Moss never started all 16 games in a season and managed just six total sacks.
But he was no slouch, either. It’s hard to get a franchise-changing player at the #30 pick, and this one certainly wouldn’t have done that, but it’s certainly better than picking up Davis who did basically nothing for the franchise, as he struggled to crack 600 yards over a four-year career.The Cleveland Browns are finally looking like turning their franchise around after a fantastic 2017 draft, but 10 years earlier they definitely had the chance to do it, and taking their veteran O-Lineman Joe Thomas is definitely still the play here. But this time around, Bowe went to Dallas one pick earlier. Nagging injuries caused him to call it a career after just eight years, but when he was healthy, he was one of the best off-ball linebackers to ever play the game.The Chicago Bears were coming off a loss to the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.