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    2010 NFL Mock Draft

    Round 1

    1. St. Louis Rams – QB Sam Bradford, Oklahoma
    Bradford over Suh is one to talk about for years to come.

    2. Detroit Lions – DL Ndamukon Suh, Nebraska
    Okung is a nice option. But Ndamukon Suh is a no-brainer.

    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DT Gerald McCoy, Oklahoma
    McCoy best fits the Bucs philosophy of chasing upfield.

    4. Washington Redskins – DB Eric Berry, Tennessee
    He may prove to be the best player in this draft very quickly.

    5. Kansas City Chiefs – WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State
    Bryant has the skills to take over the #1 WR spot from day 1.

    6. Seattle Seahawks – LT Russell Okung, Oklahoma State
    The Seahawks ignored their need at LT in ’09 and paid dearly.

    7. Cleveland Browns – CB Joe Haden, Florida
    The Browns are chasing their own tail around the Dawgpound.

    8. Oakland Raiders – DE Jason Pierre-Paul, South Florida
    You know Al Davis is on Youtube right now watching back flips!

    9. Buffalo Bills – LT Anthony Davis, Rutgers
    The Bills will reshuffle their line once Davis slides to them.

    10. Jacksonville Jaguars – DE Derrick Morgan, Georgia Tech
    With Pierre-Paul off the board, Morgan is a good bet here.

    11. Denver (from Chicago) – NT Dan Williams, Tennessee
    Williams will be to the Broncos what Wilfork is to the Patriots.

    12. Miami Dolphins – LB Rolando McClain, Alabama
    Parcells has to be licking his chops at the chance to land McClain.

    13. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina) – LT Bryan Bulaga, Iowa
    Short arms, lack of girth drop Bulaga, right into the 49ers lap.

    14. Seattle Seahawks – QB Jimmy Klausen, Notre Dame
    It’s no secret that Klausen was recruited to USC by Pete Carroll.

    15. New York Giants – TE Jermaine Gresham, Oklahoma
    The Giants lack of a red zone threat was as glaring as any.

    16. Tennessee Titans – CB Devin McCourty, Rutgers
    McCourty is a do-it-all type who will fill a lot of holes.

    17. San Francisco 49ers – RB C.J. Spiller, Clemson
    The 49ers brass and fans seem to be smitten with Spiller.

    18. Pittsburgh Steelers – QB Tim Tebow, Florida
    Tebow’s rise coincides with Big Ben’s inevitable freefall.

    19. Atlanta Falcons – DE/LB Brandon Graham, Michigan
    Graham has been a terror throughout his career and post season.

    20. Houston Texans – DB Earl Thomas, Texas
    Whether he plays CB or FS, the Texans will wish they had 2.

    21. Cincinnati Bengals – WR Demaryius Thomas, GT
    The Bengals have become the king of boom or bust players.

    22. New England – OLB Jerry Hughes, TCU
    Hughes is a poor man’s Lawrence Taylor, minus the problems.

    23. Green Bay Packers – DE/LB Sergio Kindle, Texas
    The Pack struck gold with Clay Matthews and will try again.

    24. Philadelphia Eagles – FS Taylor Mays, USC
    The Eagles aren’t looking for instincts as much as a headhunter.

    25. Baltimore Ravens – LB Sean Weatherspoon, Missouri
    The Ravens need to prepare now for life without Ray Lewis.

    26. Arizona Cardinals – LT Charles Brown, USC
    Taking a page from the Steelers, the Cards land β€œa big ugly.”

    27. Dallas Cowboys – RT Trent Williams, Oklahoma
    Projections limiting Williams as a RT only will drop him.

    28. San Diego Chargers – RB Ryan Mathews, Fresno State
    The Chargers will hope to take their offense to another level.

    29. New York Jets – NT Terrence Cody, Alabama
    Rex Ryan needs somebody around who makes him feel skinny.

    30. Minnesota Vikings – DT Jared Odrick, Penn State
    Odrick gives their aging line a much needed shot of youth.

    31. Indianapolis Colts – LT Rodger Saffold, Indiana
    I can’t say that I hated seeing Peyton Manning get flattened.

    32. New Orleans Saints – DT Brian Price, UCLA
    Price is a high energy guy who pairs nicely with Sedrick Ellis.

    Round 2
    33. St. Louis Rams – OG/C Maurkice Pouncey, Florida
    34. Detroit Lions – OG Mike Iupati, Idaho
    35. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – DE Carlos Dunlap, Florida
    36. Kansas City Chiefs – OL Ed Wang, VT
    37. Washington Redskins – LT Bruce Campbell, Maryland
    38. Cleveland Browns – OG John Jerry, Mississippi
    39. Oakland Raiders – LT Vlad Ducasse, UMass
    40. Seattle Seahawks – DE Everson Griffen, USC
    41. Buffalo Bills – QB Colt McCoy, Texas
    42. Tampa Bay Buccaneers – CB Kyle Wilson, Boise State
    43. Miami Dolphins – RB Jonathan Dwyer, GT
    44. New England Patriots – RB Montario Hardesty, Tennessee
    45. Denver Broncos – TE Rob Gronkowski, Arizona
    46. New York Giants – LB Sean Lee, Penn State
    47. New England Patriots – LB Kion Wilson, South Florida
    48. Carolina Panthers – WR Golden Tate, Notre Dame
    49. San Francisco 49ers – LB Daryl Washington, TCU
    50. Kansas City Chiefs – C Eric Olsen, Notre Dame
    51. Houston Texans – DT Cam Thomas, North Carolina
    52. Pittsburgh Steelers – CB Patrick Robinson, Florida State
    53. New England Patriots – TE Aaron Hernandez, Florida
    54. Cincinnati Bengals – TE Jimmy Graham, Miami
    55. Philadelphia Eagles – RB Jahvid Best, California
    56. Green Bay Packers – WR/RB Dexter McCluster, Mississippi
    57. Baltimore Ravens – CB Kareem Jackson, Alabama
    58. Arizona Cardinals – LB Koa Misi, Utah
    59. Dallas Cowboys – S Morgan Burnett, GT
    60. San Diego Chargers – DE/DT Tyson Alualu, Cal
    61. New York Jets – DE/LB Eric Norwood, South Carolina
    62. Minnesota Vikings – CB Jerome Murphy, South Florida
    63. Indianapolis Colts – CB Amari Spivey, Iowa
    64. New Orleans Saints – MLB Brandon Spikes, Florida
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