Ten percent is all that is left on the slate for draft picks headed into the 2004 NFL Draft. After…
2004 Mock Draft 1.0
2 Oakland Raiders: QB Ben Roethlisberger - In the end Davis will take the great young QB he hasn't had in 25 years.
3 Arizona Cardinals: WR Larry Fitzgerald - Green knows him well.
4 New York Giants: OT Robert Gallery - Coughlin needs better play out of the Giants Oline for his system to work.
5 Washington Redskins: DS Sean Taylor - Snyder won't pass on the drafts best defensive player.
6 Detroit Lions: RB Steven Jackson - A perfect fit for the Mariucci offense.
7 Cleveland Browns: TE Kellen Winslow Jr. - Reunites with old college coach.
8 Atlanta Falcons: DT Tommie Harris - Harris may not have the size, but he is a quick penetrating DT.
9 Jacksonville Jaguars: WR Roy Williams - Heir apparent to Jimmy Smith.
10 Houston Texans: DE Kenechi Udeze - Brings a fierce pass rush to the Texans.
11 Pittsburgh Steelers: QB Philip Rivers - The Steelers are in love with Rivers.
12 New York Jets: MLB Jonathan Vilma - A heady fast LB that replaces Lewis and Jones as the fixture of the Jets D.
13 Buffalo Bills: CB Chris Gamble - Replace one OSU corner with a newer model.
14 Chicago Bears: WR Mike Williams - A huge target for Grossman and a young WR to build around.
15 Tampa Bay Buccaneers: OT Shawn Andrews - A huge right tackle is still needed in Tampa.
16 San Francisco 49 's: DT Vince Wilfork - Maybe the best DT in the draft. Certainly SF's favorite.
17 Cincinnati Bengals: DT Randy Starks - A solid interior lineman for Marvin Lewis.
18 New Orleans Saints: CB DeAngelo Hall - The Saints need a shut down CB to play opposite Fred Thomas.
19 Minnesota Vikings: DE Will Smith - A great value at #19. Smith is easily the BPA.
20 Miami Dolphins: WR Reggie Williams - Miami is looking at David Boston. If they sign him look for them to trade out of this pick.
21 New England Patriots: RB Kevin Jones A great value here. Possibly the best back in the draft.
22 Dallas Cowboys: RB Chris Perry - Perry will help take some pressure off of Carter.
23 Seattle Seahawks: DE Marquise Hill - Hill gives the Seahawks a playmaker at base end.
24 Denver Broncos: CB Will Poole - Poole and Bailey will be a great tandem for years. Could also look at RB if Perry is still available.
25 Green Bay Packers: CB Dunta Robinson - The Packers are looking for DB depth.
26 St. Louis Rams: TE Ben Troupe - An athlete and a playmaker, Martz could use him to exploit opposing LB's.
27 Tennessee Titans: DE Antwan Odom - Tennessee begins to rebuild its defensive line first.
28 Philadelphia Eagles: WR Rashaun Woods - Woods should finally give McNabb a playmaker at WR
29 Indianapolis Colts: OLB Karlos Dansby - Dansby, a steal at this point, will replace fellow Tiger Marcus Washington.
30 Kansas City Chiefs: WR Lee Evans - At this point the Chiefs will choose the BPA.
31 Carolina Panthers: OLB D.J. Williams - Williams will bring more athleticism to an already solid defense.
32 New England Patriots: DT Dwan Edwards - Another big defensive lineman for the Pats D.
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