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Who did Bleacher Report choose to be the No. 3 overall pick?
Just 53 people voted in the most recent poll for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but the results were overwhelmingly for Gerald McCoy. McCoy received 84.9 percent of the votes, while safety Eric Berry got the other 15.1 percent and Derrick Morgan failed to receive a vote.
Here are the results of the Bleacher Creature Draft thus far:
With the fourth overall pick, the Washington Redskins select...Sam Bradford, QB out of the University of Oklahoma.
In a division with Tony Romo, Donovan McNabb, and Eli Manning, the Redskins might not even have a quarterback that is in the top five amongst NFC East teams, or at least that's how it seems they feel.
The Redskins seem determined to find somebody to outperform Jason Campbell, even though he completed about 65 percent of his passes last season and threw 20 touchdowns to 15 interceptions for 3,618 yards. These stats aren't outstanding, but they aren't bad either.
Even with Campbell in tow, every sign points to them taking the best available quarterback at this pick, whether it be Bradford or Jimmy Clausen. If Bradford is available, however, he will definitely be the pick to lead the Redskins into the future.
The Redskins did sign Rex Grossman to compete for a starting job, but that doesn't mean that they are set. They are looking for a face of a franchise that hasn't won a division title in the 21st century.
Who else would make sense?
If Bradford is picked before the Redskins get a chance to get their hands on him, then the Redskins will likely jump for Jimmy Clausen out of Notre Dame.
They could also look towards improving their offensive line, and if Russell Okung is already taken, they could go for Bryan Baluga out of Iowa.
Come back for tomorrow when I break down the Kansas City Chiefs and who they will take with the fifth pick.
I'm Joe W.