Nicks 2009 NFL Mock Draft Top Ten

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Nicks 2009 NFL Mock Draft Top Ten
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1) Detroit Lions- Matthew Stafford- The reason they are going to select Stafford is besde they need a face of the franchise, and them not going after Cutler shows they are sold on Stafford.

2) St Louis Rams- Jason Smith- The Rams released Orlando Pace and they need a replacemnet. you know with Spagnuelo they definitely want to be physical.

3) Kansas City Chiefs- Aaron Curry- The Chiefs need help on defense, and them bringing in Mike Vrabel shows thy want a mentor for their young linebacker.

4) Seattle Seahawks- Eugene Monroe- This team could go several directions including running back or wide-out , or quarterback but I think they are going to get a tackle to protect Matt hasselbacks blindside.

5) Cleveland Browns- Brian Orakpo- This team needs a player to pressure the quarterback and make plays on defense.

6) Cinnincti Bengals- Andre Smith- They lost Stacy Andrews to the Eagles and they need a replacement. B.J Raji or chris wells are also possiblities.

7) Oakland Raiders- Micheal Crabtree- The Oakland Raiders need a #1 wide-out and B.J raji is also a possibility here for the Silver and black.

8) Jacksonville jaguars- Jeremy Maclin- This team lacks a playmaker for gerrard and he fits the bill, a defensive tackle or QB is not out of the question.

9) Green Bay Packers- B.J Raji- thy lost Colin Colein free agencuy and they have a big hole on the defensive line that will be fixed R withaji.

10) San Francisco 49ers- Mark Sanchez- while I have a hard time believing they will go after a QB after Alex Smith he just might be the best player available. Micheal Oher is also a possiblilty as well.



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