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    NFL mock draft: Rams taking QB Bradford first

    By Rick Gosselin | The Dallas Morning News | Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010


    1. St. Louis - Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma: NFL’s 28th-ranked passing offense gets a huge boost
    2. Detroit - Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska: Best player in the draft slides to the Lions
    3. Tampa Bay - Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma: A defensive tackle in the Warren Sapp mold
    4. Washington - Russell Okung, OT, Okla. State: The Redskins need to protect their new quarterback
    5. Kansas City - Eric Berry, S, Tennessee: The best cover safety in the draft
    6. Seattle - Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma: Time to replace Walter Jones in the blocking front
    7. Cleveland - Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame: Starting, QB, Jake Delhomme is 35 years old
    8. Oakland - Derrick Morgan, DE, Ga. Tech: Greg Ellis and his team-leading seven sacks are gone
    9. Buffalo - Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa: Quarterbacks took a beating in 2009 with 46 sacks
    10. Jacksonville - Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan: The Jaguars managed only 14 sacks last season
    11. Denver - Rolando McClain, MLB, Alabama: Having cut Andra Davis, there’s an opening in the middle
    12. Miami - Earl Thomas, S, Texas: Gives Dolphins ability to cover Wes Welker in the slot
    13. San Francisco - Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers: 49ers need to cut down on their 40 sacks
    14. Seattle - Ryan Mathews, HB, Fresno St.: Seahawks rushed for only 7 touchdowns in 2009
    15. NY Giants - Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee: Not re-signing Fred Robbins creates an opening
    16. Tennessee - Jason Pierre-Paul DE S. Florida: Freaky athleticism reminds Titans of Jevon Kearse
    17. San Francisco - Joe Haden, CB, Florida: 49ers finished 21st in the NFL in pass defense in ‘09
    18. Pittsburgh - Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State: Steelers corners had only 2 interceptions in 2009
    19. Atlanta - Maurkice Pouncey, C, Florida: Can walk in as a starter at either guard or center
    20. Houston - C.J. Spiller, HB, Clemson: Texans averaged only 3.5 yards per carry in 2009
    21. Cincinnati - Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma: Carson Palmer needs a safety valve receiver
    22. New England - Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas: Patriots managed only 31 sacks last season
    23. Green Bay - Jerry Hughes, OLB, TCU: Packers need a pass-rush complement to Clay Matthews
    24. Philadelphia - Brian Price, DT, UCLA: Andy Reid loves drafting linemen
    25. Baltimore - Dez Bryant, WR, Okla. State: A good player always seems to slide to the Ravens
    26. Arizona - Demaryius Thomas, WR, Ga. Tech: Departure of Anquan Boldin leaves big shoes to fill
    27. Dallas - Mike Iupati, G, Idaho: Cowboys need to get younger on the offensive line
    28. San Diego - Jahvid Best, RB, Cal: Life without LaDainian Tomlinson begins for Chargers
    29. NY Jets - Devin McCourty, CB, Rutgers: Jets need a shutdown corner opposite Darrelle Revis
    30. Minnesota - Kareem Jackson, CB, Alabama: To beat Drew Brees, you need depth at cornerback
    31. Indianapolis - Rodger Saffold, G, Indiana: AFC champion drafts a walk-in starter
    32. New Orleans - Sean Weatherspoon, OLB, Missouri: Losing Scott Fujita in free agency creates an opening
    (c) 2010, The Dallas Morning News. Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services.

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    I am down with CB is the first.

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    Meh, we got so many needs, going cb 1st rd wouldn't anger me as long as we get help on the ol later in the draft so we can run the ball..

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    Meh, we got so many needs, going cb 1st rd wouldn't anger me as long as we get help on the ol later in the draft so we can run the ball..
    Well we had a 1k runner with the line we had last year and they were even banged up most of the year. New coach etc. Our CB situation is dire if we don't do something drastic in the draft then we will have Gay as a starter again this year. GAY! We also need a S and any position on the DL. Some even say we need linebackers. I'd say this needs to be a D heavy draft. I can't really think of a position on O that is glaring.

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    After the Holmes trade for a 5th rounder, who won't make the team anyway, you may have to think Dez Bryant at #18.

    ARE is probably a #3 receiver at best, Ward has maybe a few years left, Wallace may have excelled last year because coverage was rolled to Ward and Holmes. Sweed needs to lose the hands of stone. Arnaz Battle probably isn't filling any important shoes this year.

    We better figure out the wide receiver position and fast otherwise we can start looking at the 2011 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LasVegasGuy View Post
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    After the Holmes trade for a 5th rounder, who won't make the team anyway, you may have to think Dez Bryant at #18.

    ARE is probably a #3 receiver at best, Ward has maybe a few years left, Wallace may have excelled last year because coverage was rolled to Ward and Holmes. Sweed needs to lose the hands of stone. Arnaz Battle probably isn't filling any important shoes this year.

    We better figure out the wide receiver position and fast otherwise we can start looking at the 2011 season.
    Once Ward get hurt we will be screwed. I agree with you about Wallace. I am not sure he has all the skills to be #1 or #2 already. Just seems like they are jumping the gun like they did when let BMac go because they thought Gay was good enough and you see where that got us. I really don't know what they are doing, I don't know if they know what they are doing either.

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    Well we had a 1k runner with the line we had last year and they were even banged up most of the year. New coach etc. Our CB situation is dire if we don't do something drastic in the draft then we will have Gay as a starter again this year. GAY! We also need a S and any position on the DL. Some even say we need linebackers. I'd say this needs to be a D heavy draft. I can't really think of a position on O that is glaring.
    -a 1k runner but an ineffective running game that couldn't punch it in from the goal line and couldn't run the ball to kill the clock late in a game which is why we lost some of those games last year. We need some help on the line especially up the middle at the Center position. ....now we need to draft a wr. This team is ridiculously close to just collapsing. A ****ing owner who rather play politician and a qb that can't stay out of trouble, and now a FO that gets rid of our best wr because he smokes weed. WTF? I seriously want to know which person it was that okayed this? PIECE OF ****!

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    Default Re: Rick Gosselin's NFL Mock Draft - he's the best!

    No mock drafts on the Steelers Talk Tavern.... That is why we created the Draft Room.

    .... I ****ing HATE mock drafts... Pet peeve of mine....

    Moving this now....
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    The last one Gosselin does a couple of days before the draft is the one to pay attention to. He must have some great sources.

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