Here is what I think might happen on saturday. My friends and I get together and each of us put in 20 bucks to see who gets the most correct in a couple of categories. Any thoughts on mine would be appreciated. 1. Detroit Lions: Matt Stafford, QB-The Lions need a new face to the franchise after the decade long debacle that was their front office. Stafford has the all the tools to be a franchise QB and maybe the lions can do it right this time and let him sit and learn for a year. 2. St. Louis Rams: Jason Smith, OT- It has been no secret that the Rams have been targeting a LT since the draft process started. Smith is a bit raw but has the potential to be an elite tackle in the league for years to come. 3. Denver Broncos: Mark Sanchez, QB-The Broncos trade up to get in front of Seattle to get there QB of the future. Sanchez fits the new offensive scheme perfectly and will have a year to sit and learn before taking over next year. Broncos do have to give up 12 and 18 to the Chiefs. 4. Seattle Seahawks: Eugene Monroe, OT-The Seahawks are the wildcard, and with Sanchez off the board and Curry still on the board, this is a tough pick to predict. I think they see Monroe as their future at LT with the age and injuries piling up for Walter Jones. 5. Cleveland Browns: Michael Crabtree, WR-This pick is based off of the thought that Braylon Edwards will be dealt on or before draft day. If that happens, they will be desperate for WR help and there is no one better than Crabtree in this draft. If Edwards does not get dealt, look for Curry to be the pick here. 6. Cincinnati Bengals: Andre Smith, OT-The Bengals need help on the offensive line and while Smith has had his issues during the pre draft period, there is no denying his talent. He is a big, physical player that may have the most talent and be most nfl ready of all the lineman, but is the 3rd off the board because of his off the field issues. 7. Oakland Raiders: Jeremy Maclin, WR-The Raiders like em fast, and that is what Maclin is all about. Maclin has elite speed and decent hands, he is also very good in the return game. 8. Kansas City Chiefs: Tyson Jackson, DE-The Chiefs trade back up from 12 to get the guy they really want for their defense. Following the same standard he used in New England, Pioli starts by setting up his DL. Jackson has been compared to Richard Seymour and now with Glenn Dorsey on the other side, they have a very nice, young DLine to work with. The Chiefs give the panthers a 3rd rounder this year and next to move up the 4 spots. 9. Green Bay Packers: B.J. Raji, DT-The Packers very well could have been eyeballing Jackson with this pick as well. Raji helps the conversion to a 3-4 defense by being able to plug the middle which is key to a successful 3-4 defense. 10. San Francisco 49rs: Aaron Curry, OLB-In the big surprise of the draft, Curry is actually the one that slips. Curry is the best all around LB in this draft and gives the niners a fantastic young core of linebackers.