NFL Draft Grades: 2007

By John Harris
May 3, 2011

NFL Draft Grades: 2007

Everyone has draft grades. Bengals with an A. Cowboys with a B. Colts with a D. But current grades are so difficult to assess given the fact that not one draftee has played in the league. Therefore, I'm making it my mission, going forward, to assess teams' drafts four years prior after the most recent draft. When it's 2016, I'll give the grades for the 2012 draft. Next year, I'll assess the 2008 draft, etc... Got it? I thought you'd catch on quickly. If we're going to give out grades, let's give them out the proper way.

As such, here are my grades on the 2007 draft for each team. This was one of the most fun things to do. If you want a true grade, this is the way to do it. Amazing how many teams did so incredibly poorly in this draft, but I suspect that'll probably be the norm going forward. Here are some "stats" to consider before diving into the grades:

  • No team had more than 2 Pro Bowlers drafted. 3 teams drafted a pair (the Giants get credit for two, but Zak DeOssie made it as a longsnapper)
  • No team drafted a Pro Bowl QB
  • 15 teams drafted at least one Pro Bowler

Okay, with no further ado, here are the grades—and, they're not great.

BOLD picks are Pro Bowlers.

Oakland Raiders – Grade: D-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 1 JaMarcus Russell QB LSU
2 38 Zach Miller TE Arizona State
3 65 Quentin Moses DE Georgia
3 91 Mario Henderson OT Florida State
3 99 Johnnie Lee Higgins WR UTEP
4 100 Michael Bush HB Louisville
4 110 John Bowie CB Cincinnati
5 138 Jay Richardson DE Ohio State
5 165 Eric Frampton SS Washington State
6 175 Oren O'Neal FB Arkansas State
7 254 Johnathan Holland WR Louisiana Tech

JaMarcus Russell was a disaster pure and simple, but Pro Bowler Zach Miller in the 2nd and Mario Henderson in the 4th has been just productive enough to keep the grade from being an F.

Detroit Lions – Grade: C-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 2 Calvin Johnson WR Georgia Tech
2 43 Drew Stanton QB Michigan State
2 58 Ikaika Alama-Francis DE Hawai'i
2 61 Gerald Alexander DB Boise State
4 105 A.J. Davis DB NC State
4 117 Manuel Ramirez G Texas Tech
5 158 Johnny Baldwin LB Arkansas A&M
7 255 Ramzee Robinson DB Alabama

Calvin Johnson is the Mega-tron and is the only NFL worthy pick the Lions made in this draft. He's a damn good one, though, a Pro Bowler and one of the best players in the league. Everyone else? Excuse me while I regret ever asking that question.

Cleveland Browns – Grade: C

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 3 Joe Thomas OT Wisconsin
1 22 Brady Quinn QB Notre Dame
2 53 Eric Wright CB UNLV
5 140 Brandon McDonald CB Memphis
6 200 Melila Purcell DE Hawai'i
7 213 Chase Pittman DE LSU
7 234 Syndric Steptoe WR Arizona

Joe Thomas has been one of the best LTs in the league since his arrival but the Brady Quinn pick was a bust and a half. Since I'm grading on just the players selected and not what that pick resulted in (Peyton Hillis), this is a major factor in a lower grade. Eric Wright has produced according to his talent, but he fell to the 4th due to character issues.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Grade: D

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 4 Gaines Adams DE Clemson
2 35 Arron Sears OG Tennessee
2 64 Sabby Piscitelli S Oregon State
3 69 Quincy Black LB New Mexico
4 106 Tanard Jackson S/CB Syracuse
5 141 Greg Peterson DT NCCU
6 182 Adam Hayward LB Portland State
7 214 Chris Denman OT Fresno State
7 245 Marcus Hamilton CB Virginia
7 246 Kenneth Darby RB Alabama

The Bucs got pretty much nothing from their top picks in this draft. Quincy Black is the only player remaining on the roster and has been average at best. Productive for a 4th rounder, but the only value in this draft.

Arizona Cardinals – Grade: C

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 5 Levi Brown OT Penn State
2 33 Alan Branch NT Michigan
3 69 Buster Davis LB Florida State
5 142 Steve Breaston WR Michigan
7 215 Ben Patrick TE Delaware

Levi Brown has been a starter, but not living up to the billing of a #5 overall pick. Alan Branch has been a backup and Buster Davis didn't even make it through year one. The only player saving this draft, so to speak is Steve Breaston. GREAT production out of a 5th round player.

Washington Redskins – Grade: D+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 6 LaRon Landry S LSU
5 143 Dallas Sartz LB USC
6 179 H.B. Blades LB Pittsburgh
6 205 Jordan Palmer QB UTEP
7 216 Tyler Ecker TE Michigan

LaRon Landry is starting to reach his potential, but it's taken a while for that to happen. The rest of the draft is a straight toilet flush. At least, Landry is making progress.

Minnesota Vikings – Grade: A+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 7 Adrian Peterson RB Oklahoma
2 44 Sidney Rice WR South Carolina
3 72 Marcus McCauley CB Fresno State
4 102 Brian Robison DE Texas
5 146 Aundrae Allison WR East Carolina
6 176 Rufus Alexander LB Oklahoma
7 217 Tyler Thigpen QB Coastal Carolina
7 233 Chandler Williams WR Florida International

Adrian Peterson and Sidney Rice have become Pro Bowl regulars, while Brian Robison has become a rotation regular that the Vikings have re-signed for 2011 and beyond. Great draft for the Vikings, including Tyler Thigpen in the 7th who has been a factor for a couple of teams over the past four years.

Atlanta Falcons – Grade: C-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 8 Jamaal Anderson DE Arkansas
2 39 Justin Blalock G Texas
2 41 Chris Houston CB Arkansas
3 75 Laurent Robinson WR Illinois State
4 109 Stephen Nicholas LB South Florida
4 133 Martrez Milner TE Georgia
6 185 Trey Lewis DT Washburn
6 194 David Irons CB Auburn
6 198 Doug Datish C Ohio State
6 203 Daren Stone S Maine
7 244 Jason Snelling FB Virginia

The Falcons have gotten something out of Justin Blalock at G, but Jamaal Anderson hasn't done a thing for this defense. Chris Houston was a 2nd round bust for the Falcons, getting moved to Detroit. Stephen Nicholas has been an effective 4th round selection, but the grade is skewed by the poor play of Anderson at pick #8.

Miami Dolphins – Grade: D-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 9 Ted Ginn, Jr. WR Ohio State
2 40 John Beck QB BYU
2 60 Samson Satele C/G Hawai'i
3 71 Lorenzo Booker RB Florida State
4 108 Paul Soliai DT Utah
6 181 Reagan Mauia FB Hawai'i
6 199 Drew Mormino C Central Michigan
7 219 Kelvin Smith LB Syracuse
7 225 Brandon Fields P Michigan State
7 238 Abraham Wright LB Colorado

At the time of the draft, many considered the Dolphins draft a dud and four years haven't done much to change anyone's mind. Samson Satele has been an effective player for the Dolphins, but nothing else of consequence was selected in this draft. And, most importantly, Ginn was marginal at best and a definite reach at #9.

Houston Texans – Grade: D-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 10 Amobi Okoye DT Louisville
3 73 Jacoby Jones WR Lane
4 123 Fred Bennett CB South Carolina
5 144 Brandon Harrison S Stanford
5 163 Brandon Frye OT Virginia Tech
6 183 Kasey Studdard G Texas
7 218 Zac Diles LB Kansas State

Amobi Okoye is a bust and a half. After the first four games of his career, he's not been good at all. Jacoby Jones was a surprise in the 3rd round and has had his moments. Zac Diles started for a while, but then lost his job in 2010. Sure, the Texans used the second round pick to send to Atlanta to get Matt Schaub, but this is about how the team drafted on draft day. And, the results haven't been good.

San Francisco 49ers – Grade: A

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 11 Patrick Willis LB Ole Miss
1 28 Joe Staley OT Central Michigan
3 76 Jason Hill WR Washington State
3 97 Ray McDonald DE Florida
4 104 Jay Moore DE Nebraska
4 126 Dashon Goldson S Washington
4 135 Joe Cohen DE Florida
5 147 Tarell Brown CB Texas
6 186 Thomas Clayton RB Kansas State

At the time, the draft analysts thought the Niners had a solid draft filling two major needs in Patrick Willis at LB and Joe Staley at left tackle. It's turned out even better than they could've expected. Willis has been a perennial Pro Bowler, while Staley has been a fixture at left tackle. Goldson has been a starter, which is good value in the fourth round. No value at all in any of the other picks, which keeps the Niners from getting an A+.

Buffalo Bills – Grade: D+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 12 Marshawn Lynch RB California
2 34 Paul Posluzny LB Penn State
3 92 Trent Edwards QB Stanford
4 111 Dwayne Wright RB Fresno State
6 184 John Wendling S Wyoming
7 222 Derek Schouman TE Boise State
7 239 C. J. Ah You DE Oklahoma

Marshawn Lynch was the Bills go-to back for the first two and a half seasons, but he got moved to Seattle last season. Edwards was beaten out by an Ivy Leaguer and Posluzny can't stay on the field due to injuries. Lynch's early success keeps this draft from being an out-and-out F.

St. Louis Rams – Grade: F-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 13 Adam Carriker DE Nebraska
2 52 Brian Leonard FB Rutgers
3 84 Jonathan Wade CB Tennessee
5 139 Dustin Fry C Clemson
5 154 Clifton Ryan DT Michigan State
6 190 Ken Shackleford T Georgia
7 248 Keith Jackson DT Arkansas
7 249 Derek Stanley WR Wisconsin–Whitewater

Worst draft of any team in 2007. Absolutely nothing of value in this draft. At all.

New York Jets – Grade: A+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 14 Darrelle Revis CB Pittsburgh
2 47 David Harris ILB Michigan
6 177 Jacob Bender T Nicholls State
7 235 Chansi Stuckey WR Clemson

The Jets only had four picks, but Darrelle Revis is one of the best players in the league at any position and David Harris is a star in the making at ILB. Chansi Stuckey has been effective for other teams, but given the team's success rate with its four picks, the Jets get an A+.

Pittsburgh Steelers – Grade: A-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 15 Lawrence Timmons LB Florida State
2 46 LaMarr Woodley LB Michigan
3 77 Matt Spaeth TE Minnesota
4 112 Daniel Sepulveda P Baylor
4 132 Ryan McBean DT Oklahoma State
5 156 Cameron Stephenson G Rutgers
5 170 William Gay CB Louisville
7 227 Dallas Baker WR Florida

Lawrence Timmons has gotten better every single season for the Steelers, while LaMarr Woodley was a major league steal in the 2nd round. William Gay has been a starter and contributor to one of the league's best defenses for the past few seasons. There is a reason that the Steelers are one of the league's best teams year in and year out – they draft like this nearly every year.

Green Bay Packers – Grade: B

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 16 Justin Harrell DT Tennessee
2 63 Brandon Jackson RB Nebraska
3 78 James Jones WR San Jose State
3 89 Aaron Rouse S Virginia Tech
4 119 Allen Barbre OL Missouri Southern St.
5 157 David Clowney WR Virginia Tech
6 191 Korey Hall ILB Boise State
6 192 Desmond Bishop ILB California
6 193 Mason Crosby K Colorado
7 228 DeShawn Wynn RB Florida
7 243 Clark Harris TE Rutgers

It's hard to believe that Ted Thompson made the selection of Justin Harrell who has been a massive bust. But, Brandon Jackson has been a solid backup at RB. James Jones has matured into one of the best #3 WRs in the game and a consistent game breaking threat for Aaron Rodgers. But, the best value pick may have been Desmond Bishop in the 6th round from Cal. I loved that pick at the time and it's been even better than I anticipated.

Denver Broncos – Grade: D+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 17 Jarvis Moss DE Florida
2 56 Tim Crowder DE Texas
3 70 Ryan Harris OT Notre Dame
4 121 Marcus Thomas DT Florida

Ryan Harris saves this four man draft class. I said at the time that Jarvis Moss was a bust waiting to happen and, well, I hit that one on the nose. Marcus Thomas has been average, but he's never hit his potential. Harris is effective at right tackle for the Broncos.

Cincinnati Bengals – Grade: C-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C+

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 18 Leon Hall CB Michigan
2 49 Kenny Irons RB Auburn
4 114 Marvin White S TCU
5 151 Jeff Rowe QB Nevada
6 187 Matt Toeaina DT Oregon
7 230 Dan Santucci G Notre Dame
7 253 Chinedum Ndukwe S Notre Dame

Leon Hall has been well worth the 18th pick in the draft, even though I thought it was a poor selection at the time. However, other than that, the only player to contribute anything to the Bengals was Chinedum Ndukwe at safety. The secondary prospered in this draft, but nothing else of consequence.

Tennessee Titans – Grade: C

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 19 Michael Griffin CB/S Texas
2 50 Chris Henry RB Arizona
3 80 Paul Williams WR Fresno State
4 115 Leroy Harris C NC State
4 128 Chris Davis WR Florida State
5 152 Antonio Johnson DT Mississippi State
6 188 Joel Filani WR Texas Tech
6 204 Jacob Ford DE Central Arkansas
6 206 Ryan Smith CB Florida
7 223 Mike Otto T Purdue

The Titans' WR Draft of 2007 turned into another joke. The Titans fired on three different receivers and not one of them did anything positive. Michael Griffin was a Pro Bowler and Leroy Harris was great value in the 4th. But, the Titans knew they had to have a WR to team with Vince Young and not one panned out. At all.

New York Giants – Grade: A

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 20 Aaron Ross CB Texas
2 50 Steve Smith WR USC
3 81 Jay Alford DT Penn State
4 116 Zak DeOssie LB Brown
5 153 Kevin Boss TE Western Oregon
6 189 Adam Koets OT Oregon State
7 224 Michael Johnson S Arizona
7 250 Ahmad Bradshaw RB Marshall

This class was instrumental in leading the Giants to a Super Bowl victory at the end of the season. Steve Smith has blossomed into a fine receiver and his return from injury in 2011 is key for this team. Other than Adam Koets, every single player has made an impact on the Giants over the past four seasons.

Jacksonville Jaguars – Grade: D

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 21 Reggie Nelson FS Florida
2 48 Justin Durant LB Hampton
3 79 Mike Walker WR UCF
4 101 Adam Podlesh P Maryland
4 113 Brian Smith DE Missouri
5 149 Uche Nwaneri G Purdue
5 150 Josh Gattis S Wake Forest
5 166 Derek Landri DT Notre Dame
7 229 John Broussard WR San Jose State
7 251 Chad Nkang S Elon
7 252 Andrew Carnahan T Arizona State

I never thought Reggie Nelson was going to bust, but he's been a huge disappointment. Justin Durant was a starter, but probably will leave in the off-season, as will Mike Sims-Walker. The rest of the draft was questionable at best.

Kansas City Chiefs – Grade: C-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 23 Dwayne Bowe WR LSU
2 54 Turk McBride DE Tennessee
3 82 Tank Tyler DT NC State
5 148 Kolby Smith RB Louisville
5 160 Justin Medlock K UCLA
6 196 Herbert Taylor T TCU
7 231 Michael Allan TE Whitworth College

Dwayne Bowe has been as advertised and even better, but the rest of the draft was garbage. Turk McBride and Tank Tyler were supposed to be cornerstones on the Chiefs' defensive line for the foreseeable future. Uh, they're not. If not for Bowe, this would be on par with the Rams draft, which was a disaster.

New England Patriots – Grade: D+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 24 Brandon Meriweather S Miami (FL)
4 127 Kareem Brown DE Miami (FL)
5 171 Clint Oldenburg T Colorado State
6 180 Justin Rogers LB SMU
6 202 Mike Richardson CB Notre Dame
6 208 Justise Hairston RB Central Connecticut State
6 209 Corey Hilliard G Oklahoma State
7 211 Oscar Lua LB USC
7 247 Mike Elgin C Iowa

Brandon Meriweather made a Pro Bowl, but has been up and down in his career. The rest of this draft? Ugly. A very-unBelichickian draft. The Patriots learned a lesson after this draft, as in don't draft a bunch of guys who can't play. If other teams could be so wise.

Carolina Panthers – Grade: A-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 25 Jon Beason LB Miami (FL)
2 45 Dwayne Jarrett WR USC
2 59 Ryan Kalil C USC
3 83 Charles Johnson DE Georgia
4 118 Ryne Robinson WR Miami (OH)
5 155 Dante Rosario TE Oregon
5 164 Tim Shaw LB Penn State
7 226 CJ Wilson CB Baylor

Two Pro Bowlers in the first three picks and a DE who has replaced Julius Peppers ably make this a fine draft for the Panthers. If Dwayne Jarrett would've done anything, this might be one of the best drafts on the board. As it is, the Panthers hit on Jon Beason, Ryan Kalil and Charles Johnson.

Dallas Cowboys – Grade: C

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 26 Anthony Spencer OLB Purdue
3 67 James Marten OT Boston College
4 103 Isiah Stanback WR Washington
4 122 Doug Free OT Northern Illinois
6 178 Nick Folk K Arizona
6 195 Deon Anderson FB UConn
7 212 Courtney Brown CB Cal Poly
7 237 Alan Ball CB Illinois

Anthony Spencer was an effective pick at #26 and Doug Free was a guy I liked coming out of Northern Illinois. The irony is that the kicker Nick Folk in this draft ended up being the only Pro Bowler in this draft class. Alan Ball was a great find in the seventh round, at least from a standpoint of getting starting/playing time out of a seventh round pick.

New Orleans Saints – Grade: D+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 27 Robert Meachem WR Tennessee
3 66 Usama Young CB Kent State
3 88 Andy Alleman G Akron
4 107 Antonio Pittman RB Ohio State
4 125 Jermon Bushrod T Towson
5 145 David Jones CB Wingate
7 220 Marvin Mitchell LB Tennessee

The best pick of the Saints' draft is fourth rounder Jermon Bushrod, who has manned the left tackle position for a couple of years now. But, other than Bushrod, not much has production has come out of this group for New Orleans, even Robert Meachem. The first round WR has been average most times and had a few moments of brilliance, but all in all, he's been just average for the Saints. Hence, the Saints earn a D+.

Baltimore Ravens – Grade: B

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 28 Ben Grubbs G Auburn
3 74 Yamon Figurs WR Kansas State
3 86 Marshal Yanda G Iowa
4 134 Antwan Barnes LB FIU
4 137 LeRon McClain FB Alabama
5 174 Troy Smith QB Ohio State
6 207 Prescott Burgess LB Michigan

The Ravens typically draft well and the 2007 draft was no exception. Ben Grubbs has been a solid starter at guard for the Ravens, as has Marshal Yanda, who could turn into a Pro Bowler in the next couple of seasons. 4th rounder LeRon McClain made the Pro Bowl as a fullback and impacts the offense with his physical play and versatility. With no second round selection, the Ravens maximized the potential in this draft but needed to hit on one more guy to get in the A range.

San Diego Chargers – Grade: C

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 30 Craig "Buster" Davis WR LSU
2 37 Eric Weddle SS Utah
3 96 Anthony Waters OLB Clemson
4 129 Scott Chandler TE Iowa
5 172 Legedu Naanee WR Boise State
7 240 Brandon Siler LB Florida

Eric Weddle saves this draft for the Chargers. Although Legedu Naanee has some minor moments for the Chargers, Weddle has been well worth the 37th pick in this draft. Unfortunately, the Chargers needed to hit on the WR in the first round and Buster Davis busted in a big way. The remaining picks added as much to the Chargers as I did…for the most part, which is to say they added zip, zilch, nada.

Chicago Bears – Grade: C-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 31 Greg Olsen TE Miami
2 62 Dan Bazuin DE Central Michigan
3 93 Garrett Wolfe RB Northern Illinois
3 94 Michael Okwo LB Stanford
4 130 Josh Beekman G Boston College
5 167 Kevin Payne S Louisiana-Monroe
5 168 Corey Graham CB New Hampshire
7 221 Trumaine McBride CB Ole Miss
7 241 Aaron Brant T Iowa State

Greg Olsen was a great pick near the end of the first round, but look at the rest of the draft. Recognize any names at all? Well, if you're a college football fan, maybe, but the rest of the draft was a disaster and a half. Luckily for the Bears, Olsen has found a quality niche in Mike Martz's offense.

Indianapolis Colts – Grade: D+

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: B-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
1 32 Anthony Gonzalez WR Ohio State
2 42 Tony Ugoh OT Arkansas
3 95 Dante Hughes CB California
3 98 Quinn Pitcock DT Ohio State
4 131 Brannon Condren S Troy
4 136 Clint Session LB Pittsburgh
5 169 Roy Hall WR Ohio State
5 173 Michael Coe CB Alabama State
7 242 Keyunta Dawson DE Texas Tech

Another poor grade for a team that had multiple 3rd, 4th and 5th round picks. Only Clint Session became a starter and many of those picks didn't stay a member of the Colts for long. WR Anthony Gonzalez's career has been derailed by injury and Tony Ugoh has never regained his confidence after starting early in his career. If not for Session, the Colts would've gotten an F.

Seattle Seahawks – Grade: D

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
2 55 Josh Wilson CB Maryland
3 85 Brandon Mebane DT California
4 120 Baraka Atkins DE Miami (Florida)
4 124 Mansfield Wrotto G Georgia Tech
5 161 Will Herring LB Auburn
6 197 Courtney Taylor WR Auburn
6 210 Jordan Kent WR Oregon
7 232 Steve Vallos G Wake Forest

The Seahawks didn't have a first round pick and couldn't make Josh Wilson into a player (now with the Ravens). However, I was a huge fan of Brandon Mebane going into this draft and still am. He's been a key cog in the middle for the 'Hawks, but little else came out of this draft after four years.

Philadelphia Eagles – Grade: B-

Mel Kiper's Grade from 2007: C-

Rnd Pick Player Pos. College
2 36 Kevin Kolb QB Houston
2 57 Victor Abiamiri DE Notre Dame
3 87 Stewart Bradley LB Nebraska
3 90 Tony Hunt RB Penn State
5 159 CJ Gaddis CB Clemson
5 162 Brent Celek TE Cincinnati
6 201 Rashad Barksdale CB Albany
7 236 Nate Ilaoa RB Hawai'i

I'm tempted to give the Eagles an incomplete due to the inability to get Kevin Kolb on the field as a starter. After getting injured in the opener last season against the Packers, Michael Vick took over as starting QB and didn't look back. However, Stewart Bradley, when healthy, has been solid in the middle. 5th round TE Brent Celek has been exactly what the Eagles needed at the TE position and could be a Pro Bowler in the future.

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