Since the most likely rookie canidates for success are RBs I thought I'd post my predictions for how this class will occur at the draft with the added twists of team moves. 1.1 Houston-RB Reggie Bush (as you've probably read, the reason Bush finally decided to go pro was that he was assured he would be taken #1 overall). The Texans trade DD to Indy.1.2 New Orleans-QB Vince Young. Just simply too good to pass up.1.3 Tennessee-QB Matt Leinart (the consolation prize and next Ryan Leaf. At least he will have McNair and Volek to tutor him for a year).1.4 N.Y. Jets. For some reason this team thinks they can get by on C-Mart, and to a lesser degree Cedric Houston. They probably go defense.1.5 Green Bay The Pack thinks they found something in Samkon Gado. My bet is they keep Green for insurance and let Davenport loose to pursue his toiletry habits.1.6 San Francisco on a coin flip over Oakland. RB Lendale White assumes the starting role and Gore becomes a third down/change of pace back. Barlow is history.1.7 Oakland. Al Davis thinks he has all 43 pieces of a 100 piece puzzle and trades for QB Daunte Culpepper (who is asking for a RAISE!) to reunite him with Moss.1.8 Buffalo. Set on offense. Goes defense.1.9 Detroit. Takes another WR. Why not? Charles Rogers is probably gone anyway.1.10 Arizona. Takes an O-lineman. (Trades second round pick to Miami for Ricky Williams and a ton of doobie. They wanted it to be a third round pick but had to bump it up to get his doobie also).1.11 St. Louis. Snooze.1.12 Cleveland. Yawn.1.13 Baltimore. Should probably draft a RB since Jamal Lewis will be cut (and incidentally will become Maurice Clarett's future cellmate). They seem content with Chester Taylor. Seriously, a guy by the name of Chester?1.14 Philadelphia. Drafted Moats high last year and Westbrook will be back. Probably a defensive player.1.15 Atlanta. Definitely D-line. Duckett gets the axe to pursue his dream of eating the World Championship Hot Dog Eating Contest.1.16 Miami. Trades Icky Ricky and his dreadlocks. Chooses LB and QB with two-first rounders.1.17 Minnesota. Can't pass up hometown hero RB Lawrence Mulroney. Bennett gets his pink slip and promptly goes to New Orleans. Moe is a goal-line back. Moore is a third-down back and Ciatrick Fiason gets to return kicks. Still a mess.1.18 Dallas. Really anybody's guess at this point. Jerry Jones could draft another shoe company for all we know. 1.19 San Diego. Should really draft another coach but that's not going to happen. Probably somebody to help in the woeful secondary.1.20 Kansas City. Let's see...LJ and Priest. Nope, no RBs here. Defense? They have one? Sounds good to me.1.21 New England. They get lucky with DeAngelo Williams falling to them. A future (though probably not this year except for injury) replacement for Dillon.1.22 Washington. WR to help out S.Moss.1.23 Carolina. Gets Fraud Taylor via trade with Jacksonville. Cuts loose one or both of the glass duo of S.Davis and Foster. This team's had good luck with fragile RBs so why not?1.24 Tampa Bay. Good one. I have no clue.1.25 Chicago. A WR. No brainer.1.26 Cincinnati. More help to the defense...they need it.1.27 N.Y. Giants. LB help would be appreciated as evidenced by the meltdown vs. the Panthers.1.28 Pittsburgh. O-lineman. You can never have enough, especially when they keep leaving via free agency.1.29 Jacksonville. Trade pick to Indy for Edgerrin James who wants to go back to Florida. Fraud Taylor goes to Carolina via trade.1.30 Seattle. Defensive help needed here.1.31 Denver. O-lineman as they current group is getting long in the tooth.1.32 Houston (via trade with Indy for DD) takes a D-lineman.