2010 Mock NFL Draft: Fans Choice for Pick No. 22, New England Patriots

Daniel KremCorrespondent IFebruary 24, 2010

FOXBORO, MA - JANUARY 10:  Quarterback Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots calls a play in the huddle against the Baltimore Ravens during the 2010 AFC wild-card playoff game at Gillette Stadium on January 10, 2010 in Foxboro, Massachusetts.  (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
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Here at B/R, we are lucky enough to have a community of fans who take pride in their teams and the players they draft.

With all the mock drafts that are popping up, why not have a mock that lets the fans choose who their team should pick?

Here’s the list of the selections so far.


Fans' Selections So Far:

1.)     Rams take QB Jimmy Clausen

2.)     Lions take DT Ndamukong Suh

3.)     Buccaneers take DT Gerald McCoy

4.)     Redskins take OT Russell Okung

5.)     Chiefs take S Eric Berry

6.)     Seahawks take OT Bruce Campbell

7.)     Browns take CB Joe Haden

8.)     Raiders take OT Anthony Davis

9.)     Bills take OT Bryan Bulaga

10.)   Jaguars take QB Tim Tebow

11.)   Broncos take ILB Rolando McClain

12.)   Dolphins take WR Dez Bryant

13.)   49er’s take RB CJ Spiller

14.)   Seahawks take OG Mike Iupati

15.)   Giants take DT Brian Price

16.)   Titans take DE Derrick Morgan

17.)   49er’s take S Taylor Mays

18.)   Steelers take S Earl Thomas

19.)   Falcons take DE Jason Pierre-Paul

20.)   Texans take WR Golden Tate

21.)   Bengals take TE Jermaine Gresham


Now it's onto New England

I’ve heard people say that New England is on its way down, that Bill Belichick has lost his touch, and that Tom Brady has lost his confidence.

But I’m not buying it. Not for one second.

Because I know that the people saying those things are the same people who said things like, “the Patriots can only win if they cheat,” right before the Patriots played one of the most dominating seasons in the history of sports.

They also said things like, “the Patriots can’t win without Tom Brady,” right before Matt Cassel nearly led them into the playoffs with an 11-5 record.

So now, when I hear talk about what the Patriots will or will not do, or what they can and cannot do, I turn to the source that knows them the best: their fans.

So New England, I need to know who your team is going to make their No.1 draft pick this year.

Did I come to the right place?

Cast your votes.

Polls will close in 24 hours.

The Rules: Each day for the next 30 days, we’ll post a continuation of this article at 6 p.m. Eastern time where the fans can comment, discuss, and decide who their team will pick.

At 5 p.m. Eastern the following day, we’ll look at the best comments and opinions and announce the selection your team has made, along with the next team that will pick at 6 p.m. A list of previous selections will be included, and fans will not be allowed to vote for players who are already off the board.

Note: You do not have to use the player’s full name for your vote to count. If there is a tie at the 5 p.m. cut-off, whichever player is ranked as the higher pick on CBS sports' "overall player ranking" will be the selection.

Example: If the Bills have six votes for Ndamukong Suh and six votes for Gerald McCoy, then Suh, who is ranked No.1 overall, would be the selection over McCoy, who is ranked No. 3.


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