EAGLES (B+)

2 (47) Trevor Laws, dt, Notre Dame

2 (49) DeSean Jackson, wr, California

3 (80) Bryan Smith, de, McNeese St.

4 (109) Michael McGlynn, g, Pittsburgh

4 (117) Quintin Demps, db, Texas-El Paso

4 (131) Jack Ikegwuonu, db, Wisconsin

6 (184) Mike Gibson, g, California

6 (200) Joe Mays, lb, North Dakota St.

6 (203) Andy Studebaker, de, Wheaton

7 (230) King Dunlap, ot, Auburn

Domo's Take: The trade for Lorenzo Booker and the additions of return man Jackson and Laws give the Eagles three guys who should be able to make a contribution right out of the gate. Multiple picks in the fourth round made Ikegwuonu an affordable investment.

ARIZONA (B)

1 (16) Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, db, Tennessee St.

2 (50) Calais Campbell, de, Miami (Fla.)

3 (81) Early Doucet, wr, Louisiana St.

4 (116) Kenny Iwebema, de, Iowa

5 (149) Tim Hightower, rb, Richmond

6 (185) Chris Harrington, de, Texas A&M

7 (225) Brandon Keith, g, Northern Iowa

Domo's Take: They got early help for their 28th-ranked pass defense, but both of their top two picks are boom-or-bust guys.

ATLANTA (C)

1 (3) Matt Ryan, qb, Boston College

1 (21) Sam Baker, ot, Southern Cal

2 (37) Curtis Lofton, lb, Oklahoma

3 (68) Chevis Jackson, db, Louisiana St.

3 (84) Harry Douglas, wr, Louisville

3 (98) Thomas DeCoud, db, California

5 (138) Robert James, lb, Arizona St.

5 (154) Kroy Biermann, de, Montana

6 (172) Thomas Brown, rb, Georgia

7 (212) Wilrey Fontenot, db, Arizona

7 (232) Keith Zinger, te, Louisiana St.

Domo's Take: New GM Tom Dimitroff may rue the day he let owner Arthur Blank talk him into taking Matt Ryan over Glenn Dorsey.

CAROLINA (B+)

1 (13) Jonathan Stewart, rb, Oregon

1 (19) Jeff Otah, ot, Pittsburgh

3 (67) Charles Godfrey, db, Iowa

3 (74) Dan Connor, lb, Penn St.

5 (141) Gary Barnidge, te, Louisville

6 (181) Nick Hayden, dt, Wisconsin

7 (221) Hilee Taylor, de, North Carolina

7 (241) Geoff Schwartz, ot, Oregon

7 (250) Mackenzy Bernadeau, g, Bentley

Domo's Take: A 235-pound smash-mouth runner (Stewart) and a pile-driving tackle (Otah) are perfect fits for the Panthers' run-first offense.

CHICAGO (C)

1 (14) Chris Williams, ot, Vanderbilt

2 (44) Matt Forte, rb, Tulane

3 (70) Earl Bennett, wr, Vanderbilt

3 (90) Marcus Harrison, dt, Arkansas

4 (120) Craig Steltz, db, Louisiana St.

5 (142) Zackary Bowman, db, Nebraska

5 (158) Kellen Davis, te, Michigan St.

7 (208) Ervin Baldwin, de, Michigan St.

7 (222) Chester Adams, ot, Georgia

7 (243) Joey LaRocque, lb, Oregon St.

7 (247) Kirk Barton, ot, Ohio St.

7 (248) Marcus Monk, wr, Arkansas

Domo's Take: Taking 2 Vanderbilt players with your first 3 picks is never a good idea.

DALLAS (A-)

1 (22) Felix Jones, rb, Arkansas

1 (25) Mike Jenkins, db, South Florida

2 (61) Martellus Bennett, te, Texas A&M

4 (122) Tashard Choice, rb, Georgia Tech

5 (143) Orlando Scandrick, db, Boise St.

6 (167) Erik Walden, lb, Middle Tennesse

Domo's Take: Jones will be the lightning to Marion Barber's thunder. Jenkins will be the insurance for Pacman Jones' fondness for strip clubs.

DETROIT (C-)

1 (17) Gosder Cherilus, ot, Boston College

2 (45) Jordan Dizon, lb, Colorado

3 (64) Kevin Smith, rb, Central Florida

3 (87) Andre Fluellen, dt, Florida St.

3 (92) Cliff Avril, de, Purdue

5 (136) Kenneth Moore, wr, Wake Forest

5 (146) Jerome Felton, rb, Furman

7 (216) Landon Cohen, dt, Ohio

7 (218) Caleb Campbell, db, Army

Domo's Take: Gosder Cherilus instead of Jeff Otah? Reason No. 15,402 why Matt Millen needs to be fired.

GREEN BAY (C)

2 (36) Jordy Nelson, wr, Kansas St.

2 (56) Brian Brohm, qb, Louisville

2 (60) Patrick Lee, db, Auburn

3 (91) Jermichael Finley, te, Texas

4 (102) Jeremy Thompson, de, Wake Forest

4 (135) Josh Sitton, g, Central Florida

5 (150) Breno Giacomini, ot, Louisville

7 (209) Matt Flynn, qb, Louisiana St.

7 (217) Brett Swain, wr, San Diego St.

Domo's Take: Packers' selection of QB Brian Brohm in Round 2 would seem to indicate they're not as sold on Aaron Rodgers as they claim to be.

MINNESOTA (B+)

2 (43) Tyrell Johnson, db, Arkansas St.

5 (137) John David Booty, qb, Southern Cal

5 (152) Letroy Guion, dt, Florida St.

6 (187) John Sullivan, c, Notre Dame

6 (193) Jaymar Johnson, wr, Jackson St.

Domo's Take: If Tarvaris Jackson can't play, fifth-rounder Booty may end up being the most important pick in this draft for the Vikings.

NEW ORLEANS (B)

1 (7) Sedrick Ellis, dt, Southern Cal

2 (40) Tracy Porter, db, Indiana

5 (144) DeMario Pressley, dt, North Carolina St.

5 (164) Carl Nicks, ot, Nebraska

6 (178) Taylor Mehlhaff, k, Wisconsin

7 (237) Adrian Arrington, wr, Michigan

Domo's Take: Saints traded up for a needed inside defensive big-body (Ellis) in the first round and then added a nickel corner (Porter) in the second.

NEW YORK GIANTS (B+)

1 (31) Kenny Phillips, db, Miami (Fla.)

2 (63) Terrell Thomas, db, Southern Cal

3 (95) Mario Manningham, wr, Michigan

4 (123) Bryan Kehl, lb, Brigham Young

5 (165) Jonathan Goff, lb, Vanderbilt

6 (198) Andre' Woodson, qb, Kentucky

6 (199) Robert Henderson, de, Southern Mississippi

Domo's Take: Manningham slid because of a slow 40 time and low Wonderlic score. But he could turn out to be a real third-round get for the Giants, who fortified their secondary in the first 2 rounds.

ST. LOUIS (A-)

1 (2) Chris Long, de, Virginia

2 (33) Donnie Avery, wr, Houston

3 (65) John Greco, ot, Toledo

4 (101) Justin King, db, Penn St.

4 (128) Keenan Burton, wr, Kentucky

5 (157) Roy Schuening, g, Oregon St.

7 (228) Chris Chamberlain, lb, Tulsa

7 (252) David Vobora, db, Idaho

Domo's Take: A solid top-to-bottom draft starting with Long, who gives them a much-needed high-motor pass-rusher and allows them to keep '06 first-rounder Adam Carriker inside.

SAN FRANCISCO (C+)

1 (29) Kentwan Balmer, dt, North Carolina

2 (39) Chilo Rachal, g, Southern Cal

3 (75) Reggie Smith, db, Oklahoma

4 (107) Cody Wallace, c, Texas A&M

6 (174) Josh Morgan, wr, Virginia Tech

7 (214) Larry Grant, lb, Ohio St.

Domo's Take: Offensive boss Mike Martz needs wide receivers for his pass-happy offense, but the Niners didn't pick one until the sixth round.

SEATTLE (B-)

1 (28) Lawrence Jackson, de, Southern Cal

2 (38) John Carlson, te, Notre Dame

4 (121) Red Bryant, dt, Texas A&M

5 (163) Owen Schmitt, rb, West Virginia

6 (189) Tyler Schmitt, c, San Diego St.

7 (233) Justin Forsett, rb, California

7 (235) Brandon Coutu, k, Georgia

Domo's Take: Seahawks fortified their defensive line and added the draft's best inline TE (Carlson), but could've used another RB.

TAMPA BAY (B)

1 (20) Aqib Talib, db, Kansas

2 (58) Dexter Jackson, wr, Appalachian St.

3 (83) Jeremy Zuttah, g, Rutgers

4 (115) Dre Moore, dt, Maryland

5 (160) Josh Johnson, qb, San Diego

6 (175) Geno Hayes, lb, Florida St.

7 (238) Cory Boyd, rb, South Carolina

Domo's Take: With the fifth-round selection of Johnson, the Bucs now have that much-needed sixth man for their quarterback basketball team.

WASHINGTON (B-)

2 (34) Devin Thomas, wr, Michigan St.

2 (48) Fred Davis, te, Southern Cal

2 (51) Malcolm Kelly, wr, Oklahoma

3 (96) Chad Rinehart, ot, Northern Iowa

4 (124) Justin Tryon, db, Arizona St.

6 (168) Durant Brooks, p, Georgia Tech

6 (180) Kareem Moore, db, Nicholls St.

6 (186) Colt Brennan, qb, Hawaii

7 (242) Rob Jackson, de, Kansas St.

7 (249) Chris Horton, db, UCLA

Domo's Take: Redskins found some bigger WR targets for Jason Campbell, but neglected defensive line and secondary needs.