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  1. Seneschal2

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    2010 NFL Mock Draft: The Playoffs and Draft Order Are Set | Bleacher Report

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    Here's some picks of interest:

    5. Kansas City Chiefs—Rolando McClain, LB, Alabama

    8. Oakland Raiders—Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida

    21. New York Jets— Terrence Cody, DT, Alabama

    25. New England Patriots—Sergio Kindle, DE/OLB, Texas

    Obviously it's way too early to expect any accuracy from mocks until all of the draft eligible prospects are properly ranked. But it's still interesting to envision scenarios of who may be available at #25...and who the Pats would move up for...
     
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    I'm not sure I like the Kindle pick. I'm not clear that he's strong enough to set the edge for us.

    They have OT Brian Bulaga going #26, one pick after Kindle. I'd have to give Bulaga some thought if he's still on the board, as a fabulous RT prospect to pair with Vollmer down the road. And DE Cameron Heyward isn't listed in this mock - he would also be an option if he were available. Otherwise, I could see BB trading back, as there's no clear value at the spot.
     
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    Frau [​IMG] Report - meh.
     
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    furley Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    I agree with the choices for the top two picks, and the reasons for selecting them. I don't know if both franchises will go that route, but I hope that they do for their sake. Especially, in regards to Detroit...

    If Sergio Kindle is available, and he's anything comparable to Brian Orakpo as a rookie, select him if a team doesn't trade up. Other choices could be Greg Hardy or Corey Wootton.
     

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