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Bronco Rob
04-30-2009, 11:46 AM
1.) Cleveland Browns: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma
If the Browns finish with the worst record in the NFL, it's safe to project that both Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson struggled. Seeing as how they have no running game, unproven/unreliable receivers and a horrific defense, that's definitely a possibility.

There were rumors that Eric Mangini wanted to draft Mark Sanchez. If the Browns finish with a poor record, Mangini may attribute it to the fact that he didn't have "his guy" at quarterback.



2.) Kansas City Chiefs: Arrelious Benn, WR, Illinois
With Tony Gonzalez gone, Matt Cassel doesn't have much to work with outside of Dwayne Bowe. I've always liked Bobby Engram, but he's 36. Mark Bradley, Devard Darling? Meh.

Arrelious Benn is the only option here for now. Well, logical option. Knowing Scott Pioli, he'd probably go after a second-round prospect at this selection.[/b]


3.) Detroit Lions: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State
In addition to exposing Matt Stafford to horrific pass protection, a major problem with passing up on a left tackle at Pick Nos. 20 and 33 is that Detroit will have to address that position here. If they took Michael Oher or William Beatty in 2009, this selection could be the top defensive player available, like Carlos Dunlap or Gerald McCoy. Passing up on the second-most important position in the NFL set the Lions back yet another year.


4.) St. Louis Rams: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida
One of the things the Rams will need to do is find a potent defensive end to play across from Chris Long. Carlos Dunlap, a 285-pound beast who had 13.5 TFL and 9.5 sacks as a sophomore, would be a huge upgrade on St. Louis' defensive front. Leonard Little and James Hall will be 35 and 33, respectively, by the 2010 NFL Draft.


5.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma
With Josh Freeman positioned to be the quarterback of the future, Tampa Bay's greatest need is now defensive tackle. Coincidentally, Gerald McCoy happens to be the best player on the board.


6.) Oakland Raiders: Taylor Mays, S, USC
This is pretty much a no-brainer because if Taylor Mays came out early, Al Davis would have targeted him at No. 7 overall in the 2009 NFL Draft. Mays is an athletic freak who plays a position that the Raiders currently have a need for. Plus, Undead Al has a penchant for selecting defensive backs in the first round. Check out Al Davis' Oakland Raiders NFL Draft History.


7.) Seattle Seahawks: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee
I loved Seattle's draft, especially with the possibility of selecting in the top 10 in 2010, but Tim Ruskell couldn't get around to addressing the safety position. Looks like Brian Russell won't be deported after all. With that in mind, why not select one of the top safety prospects in recent memory? As a sophomore, Berry had 72 tackles, 8.5 TFL, three sacks, seven picks (two for TDs) and six passes broken up.


8.) Buffalo Bills: Jevan Snead, QB, Ole Miss
If the Bills are drafting in the top 10 of the 2010 NFL Draft, I'm willing to bet that Dick Jauron and his staff are no longer with the organization.


9.) Jacksonville Jaguars: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska
Jack Del Rio and Gene Smith have made it known that they want to win the battle in the trenches. John Henderson may not be around much longer, but even he will be, the Jaguars have proven that they're willing to take high-rated prospects despite being deep at the position.


10.) San Francisco 49ers: Joe Haden, CB, Florida
Walt Harris, 35 in August, will be playing in the final year of his contract in 2009. The 49ers already need someone across from Nate Clements. Joe Haden would be a great addition to San Francisco's secondary.


11.) Dallas Cowboys: Reshad Jones, FS, Georgia
I've received a few e-mails from disgruntled Cowboy fans who were puzzled as to why Jerry Jones passed up on Rashad Johnson in the 2009 NFL Draft. Quite frankly, I didn't understand it either, but maybe another SEC free safety can make them forgive and forget.


12.) New York Jets: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State
Unless the Jets trade for Anquan Boldin or Braylon Edwards, they'll be targeting a receiver early in the 2010 NFL Draft. Mark Sanchez needs someone to throw to besides Jerricho Cotchery. David Clowney has shown some promise, but obviously neither wideout is a true No. 1.


13.) Green Bay Packers: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa
Chad Clifton, coming off knee surgery, is entering his contract year. The Packers will need a new blind-side protector for Aaron Rodgers, and Bryan Bulaga is a great fit for their zone-blocking scheme.


14.) Washington Redskins: Brandon Spikes, ILB, Florida
Knowing Daniel Snyder, he's going to want to make a huge splash with a big-name player here. Brandon Spikes would be that guy. London Fletcher turns 35 a few months before the 2010 NFL season, so Snyder could be looking for a replacement a year from now.


15.) Cincinnati Bengals: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson
The Bengals don't have too many needs, so they can draft for value and upside here. C.J. Spiller would provide their offense with a big-play threat, an element they currently lack. If Spiller runs in the 4.3s, he'll be coveted by a several teams in the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft.


16.) Miami Dolphins: Terrence Cody, NT, Alabama
Jason Ferguson turns 35 in November and he's entering his contract year. If Terrence Cody is available, I can't see Bill Parcells passing up on him.


17.) Minnesota Vikings: Tim Tebow, QB, Florida
Tim Tebow has his fair share of haters. In fact, he has so many, one would wonder why he even bothers to play football in the first place. But not included in that pantheon are Jon Gruden and Bill Parcells. Gruden opined that Tebow would revolutionize the game, while Parcells said of the Florida quarterback, "He's not a top-five pick, but he's a top-10 pick."

18.) New Orleans Saints: Mark Herzlich, OLB, Boston College
The Saints had only four selections going into the 2009 NFL Draft, so they didn't have the chance to upgrade their linebacking corps until the fourth round. They'll need to do that come 2010.


19.) Arizona Cardinals: Ciron Black, OT, LSU
It wouldn't hurt if the Cardinals found a bookend tackle across from Levi Brown. Mike Gandy, who just entered his 30s, surrendered 6.5 sacks in 2008. He'll be a free agent after the 2009 NFL season anyway.


20.) Seattle Seahawks: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech
The Seahawks didn't address the running back position in the 2009 NFL Draft, so it appears as though they're willing to give Julius Jones another shot. That doesn't sound like a good idea to me. Running back will be a big need a year from now.


21.) San Francisco 49ers: Sergio Kindle, DE/OLB, Texas
Without a potent pass-rushing option across from Parys Haralson, I doubt the 49ers are going to generate too many sacks in 2009. That'll need to change. Sergio Kindle had 10.5 sacks and 21 TFL as a junior. At 6-4, 254, Kindle could run a low 4.5 40, making him the top rush linebacker available in the 2010 NFL Draft.


22.) Houston Texans: Earl Thomas, FS, Texas
With Malcolm Jenkins gone, the Texans weren't in position to take a top-tier safety in the 2009 NFL Draft. With that in mind, they may look for one in the 2010 NFL Draft, where there could be four safeties chosen in the first round (Eric Berry, Taylor Mays, Reshad Jones, Earl Thomas).


23.) Tennessee Titans: Everson Griffen, DE, USC
Jevon Kearse and Kyle Vanden Bosch both have expiring contracts after the 2009 season. The Titans will be looking for defensive end help.


24.) Atlanta Falcons: Sean Weatherspoon, OLB, Missouri
Thomas Dimitroff just had another great draft, but one area he failed to address was the linebacking corps. That could be taken care of here.


25.) Philadelphia Eagles: Geno Atkins, DT, Georgia
Andy Reid addressed his offense in the 2009 NFL Draft, so he'll likely go back to the defensive side of the ball in 2010. Reid loves drafting defensive tackles early and knows that you can never have too much depth up front.


26.) Denver Broncos: Colt McCoy, QB, Texas
Colt McCoy shouldn't be a first-round pick, but something tells me that Josh McDaniels is going to envision him as "his guy." After all, McDaniels' flawless offensive system requires quarterbacks to make really short passes and play out of the shotgun.


27.) Baltimore Ravens: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma
Receiver is the bigger need here, but Ozzie Newsome knows how to draft and won't let a talented prospect like Jermaine Gresham pass him by. Todd Heap has suffered too many injuries in his career; L.J. Smith was signed to a mere 1-year deal; Davon Drew was just a fifth-round pick; while Quinn "Miracle Man" Sypniewski couldn't even play on a torn ACL last year. How disappointing.


28.) Indianapolis Colts: Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama
Gary Brackett's contract expires after the 2009 NFL season and Rolando McClain appears to be one of the top players left on the board.


29.) San Diego Chargers: Arthur Jones, DE/DT, Syracuse
Igor Olshansky really struggled in 2008 and was subsequently let go. The Chargers never found a replacement for him, so they could be looking for one here.


30.) Pittsburgh Steelers: Kris O'Dowd, C, USC
The Steelers couldn't get Alex Mack or Eric Wood, so unless A.Q. Shipley really impresses Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh could be looking for a replacement for Justin Hartwig a year from now.


31.) New York Giants: Trevard Lindley, CB, Kentucky
Jerry Reese will laugh once again as Trevard Lindley falls to him. The Giants could use some help at corner if they decide to move Terrell Thomas to safety.


32.) New England Patriots: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma


http://walterfootball.com/draft2010.php

✡✡ JOSHUA ✡✡
04-30-2009, 11:49 AM
Jevan Snead would be my choice of the QBs listed, but he's not robotic enough for Joshua.

Seattle takes Eric Berry. How ironic. Berry is Edward Reed II.

Killericon
04-30-2009, 11:49 AM
I wonder which pick is ours(The #7 or the #20) in their eyes.

Pseudofool
04-30-2009, 11:49 AM
Meh. This is bringing his hate of McD/Broncos to his mock drafts for 2010 now?

Pick Six
04-30-2009, 11:50 AM
For the thousandth time, please give Orton a shot. I think he'll surprise some people...

Pseudofool
04-30-2009, 11:53 AM
For the thousandth time, please give Orton a shot. I think he'll surprise some people...I think he'll do just fine, as well. But clearly McD will want to groom a high talent QB at some point...

Bronco Rob
04-30-2009, 12:01 PM
For the thousandth time, please give Orton a shot. I think he'll surprise some people...


I think he'll do just fine, as well. But clearly McD will want to groom a high talent QB at some point...


I think Orton will do fine simply because of the wealth of talent surrounding him on offense.

He never had that in Chitown....

TailgateNut
04-30-2009, 12:04 PM
Somebody please shoot these draft junkies.
Who are we drafting in 2020?

SonOfLe-loLang
04-30-2009, 12:29 PM
What a tremendous waste of time this article is

BroncoDoug
04-30-2009, 12:33 PM
I wonder which pick is ours(The #7 or the #20) in their eyes.

If you read the description for the #7 pic I'm leaning toward that one...

orange crusher
04-30-2009, 01:01 PM
Funny, McShay has Seattle taking Colt McCoy in the first round (#6) with the pick acquired from Denver in his first mock for 2010. He has Denver taking Jerry Hughes - OLB - TCU at 13.

There's will be some good talent in that draft, so I really hope Seattle doesn't end up picking in the top 10. Bradford, Gerald McCoy, Mays, etc. Here's to hoping Chicago sucks!

Punisher
04-30-2009, 01:05 PM
Yea I would love me some McCoy but lets see what Cowboy Kyle Orton is all about

epicSocialism4tw
04-30-2009, 01:08 PM
Gerald McCoy is a monster. He is who I had envisioned with the Broncos' #1 that had been traded for a 5'9" CB taken in the second round.

Its disappointing to even think about this next draft.

socalorado
04-30-2009, 01:14 PM
Yea I would love me some McCoy but lets see what Cowboy Kyle Orton is all about

F McBoy. No more "Mc____" players. Or coaches for that matter.

Heres the guy.
http://walterfootball.com/college/Delaware_logo.gif Pat Devlin*, Delaware
Height: 6-4. Weight: 225.
Projected 40 Time: 4.74.
Projected Round (2010): 1.
2/4/09: Pat Devlin doesn't have much playing experience, BUT HE POSSESSES A ROCKET ARM. He transferred over to Delaware in hopes of becoming the next Joe Flacco.

Same size and build of Jay Cutler all over again.
And he has the big gun to make all the throws.
Hes a bit of a wild card, but we'll see how he does this year at Delaware.

Rohirrim
04-30-2009, 01:32 PM
Unless the Bears go in the ****ter the Broncos won't get a sniff at a top ten pick next year.

cmhargrove
04-30-2009, 01:36 PM
Gerald McCoy is a monster. He is who I had envisioned with the Broncos' #1 that had been traded for a 5'9" CB taken in the second round.

Its disappointing to even think about this next draft.

Gerald McCoy is a tremendous player, but he is not an NT. He will be more like Tommie Harris, not Vince Wilfork...

He'll probably graduate at about 305lbs.

Punisher
04-30-2009, 01:42 PM
F McBoy. No more "Mc____" players. Or coaches for that matter.

Heres the guy.
http://walterfootball.com/college/Delaware_logo.gif Pat Devlin*, Delaware
Height: 6-4. Weight: 225.
Projected 40 Time: 4.74.
Projected Round (2010): 1.
2/4/09: Pat Devlin doesn't have much playing experience, BUT HE POSSESSES A ROCKET ARM. He transferred over to Delaware in hopes of becoming the next Joe Flacco.

Same size and build of Jay Cutler all over again.
And he has the big gun to make all the throws.
Hes a bit of a wild card, but we'll see how he does this year at Delaware.

I like it then we could trade him for 2 first round picks :wiggle:

skunk
04-30-2009, 01:43 PM
whatever you say, fatty

Traveler
04-30-2009, 02:13 PM
Terrence Cody not in the top ten?

Rohirrim
04-30-2009, 02:19 PM
Terrence Cody not in the top ten?

He will be by the time the draft rolls around unless he just tanks his senior year.

ZONA
04-30-2009, 02:50 PM
Well, the lunacy about actually doing a mock draft for 2010 just less then a week after the 2009 real draft took place is that you don't know what type of injuries a player might sustain in the next college football season.

Not only that, every year there are always a good handful of surprises that most people didn't see coming. You have almost every player drafted in your 2010 mock draft based on need and yet time and time again, teams often go with "best player available" rather then need.

I highly doubt McCoy falls to #26.

Elway777
04-30-2009, 03:02 PM
I think trading our first round pick next year was pretty dumb but the Broncos still can get a really good pick and come out ahead if they use that money they would spend on a high first round pick to get a nose tackle like Wilfork. I'm to think that trading Culter and first next year might be because the Broncos are really broke.

cutthemdown
04-30-2009, 03:39 PM
Somebody please shoot these draft junkies.
Who are we drafting in 2020?

Dude there is this 8 old yr old playing flag football at the park by me. I envision him ending up abut 6 foot 230 pounds. He has great moves the other kids can't catch him!!!!

UberBroncoMan
04-30-2009, 03:43 PM
Jevan Snead would be my choice of the QBs listed, but he's not robotic enough for Joshua.

Seattle takes Eric Berry. How ironic. Berry is Edward Reed II.

I'd trade Alphonso Smith for Eric Berry in a heartbeat.

You think Alphonso Smith was amazing with his 21 INT's in 4 years... Berry has 13 in 2. (plus he's 2 inches taller and doing all of this in the SEC)

sisterhellfyre
04-30-2009, 03:54 PM
Somebody please shoot these draft junkies.
Who are we drafting in 2020?

Time to start scouting the Pop Warner leagues. Gotta get a jump on the other 31 teams in the NFL, after all.

Rohirrim
04-30-2009, 05:12 PM
Jevan Snead would be my choice of the QBs listed, but he's not robotic enough for Joshua.

Seattle takes Eric Berry. How ironic. Berry is Edward Reed II.

Welcome to the board. You have to go to the War & Politics forum and meet a guy named Gaffney. ;D

TheChamp24
05-01-2009, 01:30 AM
Well, the lunacy about actually doing a mock draft for 2010 just less then a week after the 2009 real draft took place is that you don't know what type of injuries a player might sustain in the next college football season.

Not only that, every year there are always a good handful of surprises that most people didn't see coming. You have almost every player drafted in your 2010 mock draft based on need and yet time and time again, teams often go with "best player available" rather then need.

I highly doubt McCoy falls to #26.

A lot of talk is McCoy will fall because of the system he is in and his play tendency. He scrambles a lot and throws a lot of short passes.
However, he is deadly accurate. His completion % was over 70% last year, that is amazing. I have doubts about him in the Pro's though.

El Guapo
05-01-2009, 05:19 AM
I hope not, I would instantly discredit any loyalty I have to the team. (Yes, I hate UT-Austin that much.)

El Guapo
05-01-2009, 05:20 AM
I have doubts about him in the Pro's though.

I have doubts about every longhorn in the pros.

elsid13
05-01-2009, 05:51 AM
I actually hate draft this early because they only use the "big" names and forget there better pro prospects out there. I would love Denver to be in position to draft one of the following QB:

1. Jevan Snead Old Miss - in the Cutler/Stafford mode
2. Dan LeFevour CMU - mobile tough QB that has decent pro arm that just make things happen
3. Tim Hiller WMU- another great MAC QB that remember me of Brady Quinn clone.
4. Jake Locker -UW - great QB, that plays for a real crappy team. He has it all - arm, mobility leadership.
5. Pat Devlin - Delaware - transfer that reminds folks of Flacco

TheChamp24
05-01-2009, 07:56 AM
I actually hate draft this early because they only use the "big" names and forget there better pro prospects out there. I would love Denver to be in position to draft one of the following QB:

1. Jevan Snead Old Miss - in the Cutler/Stafford mode
2. Dan LeFevour CMU - mobile tough QB that has decent pro arm that just make things happen
3. Tim Hiller WMU- another great MAC QB that remember me of Brady Quinn clone.
4. Jake Locker -UW - great QB, that plays for a real crappy team. He has it all - arm, mobility leadership.
5. Pat Devlin - Delaware - transfer that reminds folks of Flacco

1. Snead is already talked about, and some people rate him the #1 QB next year. He's going to be a top 10 pick at this point most likely.
2. Questionable competition
3. Hiller has questionable competition as well
4. Locker has had hype for 2 straight years and hasn't done a darn thing. How can you say he has it all. Good QB's look at least decent on crappy teams. He looked like crap on a crappy team
5. Devlin, unknown really

Rohirrim
05-01-2009, 08:26 AM
I don't know why anybody would think that Mac will get rid of one big-armed gunslinger in Cutler and then go out and draft another one in Snead. Mac wants a Brady-clone: A QB who is smart enough to do extensive pre-snap reads, is a master of ball control, and is highly accurate.

tsiguy96
05-01-2009, 08:29 AM
I don't know why anybody would think that Mac will get rid of one big-armed gunslinger in Cutler and then go out and draft another one in Snead. Mac wants a Brady-clone: A QB who is smart enough to do extensive pre-snap reads, is a master of ball control, and is highly accurate.

if you get a QB good and smart enouhg to score points with no turnovers early, you dont need a gunslinger to go out and win you a game.