Complete 1st Round Mock Draft

And with the sixth selection in the 2002 NFL draft, the Dallas Cowboys take S Roy Williams of the Oklahoma Sooners! Here is a detailed, team by team look at the first round of this weekend's draft.

Houston Texans- David Carr, QB, Fresno State: Done deal, 7-years for $46M deal.

Carolina Panthers- Julius Peppers, DE, North Carolina: Peppers is one of the most dominant players in the draft, Carolina will not pass on this type of talent.

Detroit Lions- Quentin Jammer, CB, Texas: Detroit has many holes, but they fell in love with Jammer and they need help at cornerback, Jammer should line up opposite Terry Fair in the Lions first game of 2002.

Buffalo Bills- Mike Williams, OT, Texas: Buffalo is head over heels for this guy, they have no offensive line and Mike Williams would be an immediate improvement.

San Diego Chargers- Bryant McKinney, OT, Miami (Fla.): No line + rookie quarterback= Disaster. The Chargers have a poor o-line and McKinney is the best tackle in the draft if you ask me...he just doesn't give up sacks.

Dallas Cowboys- Roy Williams, S, Oklahoma: The Cowboys really wanted Jammer, but he is gone and Roy Williams is a monster...Dallas fans should be extremely happy with him lining up next to Darren Woodson.

Minnesota Vikings- Albert Haynesworth, DT, Tennessee: With no defensive line to speak of, Minnesota will look to one of the more dominant defensive tackles in the draft. He should bring an immediate upgrade, and he will anchor the defensive line for years to come.

Kansas City Chiefs- Joey Harrington, QB, Oregon: Trent Green is a good quarterback, but he is getting up there in age. The Chiefs will not pass up on possibly the best quarterback in the draft.

Jacksonville Jaguars- Donte Stallworth, WR, Tennessee: Keenan McKardell is going to be cut on June 1st. That means that the next best receiver on the roster is Alvis Whitted.....not good.

Cincinnati Bengals- Phillip Buchanon, CB, Miami (Fla.): The Bengals need some serious help in the secondary, some will argue that Buchanon is the best corner in the draft...and the Bengals will not let him get away.

Indianapolis Colts- John Henderson, DT, Tennessee: With defensive minded Tony Dungy now running the show, they will look to add some talent on the defensive side of the ball. John Henderson is by far the most dominant player in the draft, but.....can he stay healthy?

Arizona Cardinals- Wendall Bryant, DT, Wisconsin: The Cardinals have a decent offense going, and with a little depth and talent on the defensive line...Wendall Bryant could provide a much needed boost.

New Orleans Saints- Ashley Lelie, WR, Hawaii: The Saints are in serious need of a receiver to start opposite of Joe Horn. Ashley Lelie was the most productive receiver in college football last season, and he should make an immediate impact.

New York Giants- Jeremy Shockey, TE, Miami (Fla.): Do the Giants even have a tight end on the roster? hmmmm.....Jeremy Shockey would sure be a nice pick-up considering he is the best tight end in the draft.

Tennessee Titans- Toniu Fonoti, G, Nebraska: Steve McNair is getting old, and the offensive line is getting weak. Fonoti is a very strong player and probably the best guard in the draft, he would be a great player to have on the line for a few years.

Cleveland Browns- T.J. Duckett, RB, Michigan State: The Browns defense was clicking last year, but they had absolutely no running game. Tim Couch played fairly well, but had no one to hand the ball off to. Duckett is a powerful back in the Jerome Bettis mold, he looks to be just what Clevland is looking for.

Atlanta Falcons- Jabar Gaffney, WR, Florida: With both of their starting receivers getting up there (in age), the Falcons will add the sure handed Jabar Gaffney to the mix.

Washington Redskins- Josh Reed, WR, LSU: Jaquez Green? Reidel Anthony? When is the last time they had a productive year? Josh Reed would be a great compliment to Rod Gardner.

Denver Broncos- Kalimba Edwards, DE, South Carolina: The Broncos already have a good offense, now it's time to get something going on defense. Kalimba Edwards was one of the most prolific pass rushers in college football last season and he should help the Broncos pass rush right away.

Seattle Seahawks- Daniel Graham, TE, Colorado: With Ken Dilger passing on Seattle to play for Tampa Bay, the Seahawks will look to the draft for a tight end....and there aren't many players better than Dan Graham.

Oakland Raiders- Napolean Harris, LB, Northwestern: The Raiders don't really have much talent or depth at the linebacker position, and neither does this year's draft. Oakland won't wait until the later rounds to fill the need.

New York Jets- Lito Sheppard, CB, Florida: Now that Aaron Glenn is a Texan, the Jets are in need of a cornerback. Sheppard showcased his strong skills last year and he has huge playmaking ability.

Oakland Raiders- Charles Grant, DE, Georgia: Can you tell the Raiders need help on defense? With their second pick they will look to Georiga's Charles Grant to add a pass rush.

Baltimore Ravens- Mike Pearson, OT, Florida: Pearson is a strong, physical tackle and should fit right in to the Ravens offense.

New Orleans Saints- Edward Reed, S, Miami (Fla.): Ed Reed is just one of those "Can't miss" prospects, and with 2 picks in the first round the Saints will add the ballhawk out of Miami.

Philedelphia Eagles- Levi Jones, OT, Arizona State: With an already dominate defensive line, the Eagles will look to bolster their offensive line with this 6-6 monster from Arizona State.

San Fransisco 49ers- Andre Gurode, G, Colorado: Andre Gurod in my opinion was one of the best offensive lineman in college football last year. Why he is dropping this far in the draft is beyond me, but this looks probable.

Green Bay Pakers- Larry Triplett, DT, Washington: Gilbert Brown is no youngster, and he isn't exactly a pass rusher either. Triplett had an impressive 2001 season and should give the Packers a more consistent pass rush.

Chicago Bears- Mike Rumph, CB, Miami (Fla.): The Bears will look to improve an already dominate defense, Mike Rumph is the biggest and most physical cornerback in the draft...he should fit right into the Bears' scheme.

Pittsburgh Steelers- Alex Brown, DE, Florida: Also adding talent to an already dominate defense will be the Steelers, and Alex Brown could be a steal if he can improve his speed a little.

St. Louis Rams- Antonio Bryant, WR, Pittsburgh: The Greatest Show On Earth just got better. They have already added Terrance Wilkins, and Antonio Bryant is the most talented receiver in the draft. If you thought the Rams passing game was impressive before....wait until you see them with Antonio Bryant on the field.

New England Patriots- Anthony Weaver, DE, Notre Dame: Richard Seymour and Anthony Weaver side by side....what a beautiful sight. Weaver will help Seymour out in the middle, he has decent run-stuffing ability and he is a good pass rusher.

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