NFL Mock Draft 2010 (2.0)

Casey Crail@@crvilsCorrespondent IMarch 28, 2010

ARLINGTON, TX - SEPTEMBER 05:  Quarterback Sam Bradford #14 of the Oklahoma Sooners lines up for a play at Cowboys Stadium on September 5, 2009 in Arlington, Texas.  (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)
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1. St. Louis Rams - Sam Bradford

While arguably not the best player in the draft, after passing on Matt Ryan and Mark Sanchez, the Rams need to grab a Franchise QB this year

2. Detroit Lions - Russell Okung

Lions need to invest in a great Offensive Lineman for their Franchise QB

3. Tampa Bay Buccanears - Ndamukong Suh

Bucs could go in a few directions here, but they have expressed intrest in Suh, and they will take him here

4. Washington Redskins - Bryan Bulaga

'Skins could take Clausen here, but I think they have hope in Campbell and realize the true need is OT. If Okung is off the board than I think they will take Bulaga here.

5. Kansas City Chiefs - Gerald Mccoy

The Chiefs are a young team with potential, I think they take McCoy here in an effort to build a great Defense

6. Seattle Seahawks - CJ Spiller

While I do think the 'Hawks could wait til the 14th to get Spiller I think they will be safe and take him here. Spiller should thank Chris Johnson now for directly raising the value in smaller quicker backs

7. Cleveland Browns - Eric Berry

The Browns take Berry here because Haden's draft value has dropped, and Berry has always been a better prospect anyway. Berry could be the best player in the draft with signs of being Ed Reed V2.0

8. Oakland Raiders - Jason Pierre-Paul

I do think that Al Davis will want Bruce Campbell here, but I think he can wait and get him in the second round. JPP is right up Davis' ally being that he is huge and athletic.

9. Buffallo Bills - Jimmy Clausen

Bills are looking for a franchise QB and I think they will land him here. I think they might look to trade up for Clausen's teammate, Golden Tate.

10. Jacksonville Jaguars - Dez Bryant

The Jags will take Bryant here in hopes to get a great pair of recievers(Sims-Walker and Bryant) for Tebow who they will take in the Second Round. I had JPP going here, but I have him moved up, and there is the option of Derrick Morgan here, but after adding Kampman via Free Agency, I think they will look towards Bryant here.

11. Denver Broncos - Rolando McClain

Broncos look to add a MLB to their aging Defense. I expect them to take a QB with a later pick.

12. Miami Dolphins - Derrick Morgan

I had McClain landing here, but I have his stock moving up one spot, and with the signing of Karlos Dunlap, the 'Phins will look to add an elite Pass-Rusher with the dismisall of Joey Porter.

13. San Francisco 49ers - Joe Haden

San Francisco's biggest needs are DB, OL, and KR/Big Play RB. They will land Haden hear to add to their young Defensive Backfield, and overall top Defense.

14. Seattle Seahawks - Trent Williams

The Seahawks added Spiller, and will add a big man to make some holes for him. I expect them to draft a young QB but with Bradford and Clausen long gone, they will add one of the tip OT's.

**15. New York Giants - Golden Tate

I said before I think Buffalo will trade up around here for Tate, but as of now I have NYG adding another receiver to their young core.

16. Tennessee Titans - Kyle Wilson

Titans look to add a great CB to pair with Finnigan. With Mike Griffin, Wilson, and Finnigan, the Titans may gain the best Defensive Backfield in the league.

17. San Francisco 49ers - Anthony Davis

'Niners address arguably their biggest need here. With two picks, the 49ers will add the players the need to win the NFC West. I expect them to trade up if necessary in the second round for Cincinnati's  Marty Gillyard ad their KR specialist.

18. Pittsburgh Steelers - Mike Iupati

Steelers add Iupati at 18 to uprgade their OL, after what was simply an off year, the team does not need to upgrade too much, but another top CB would help, but with Haden and Wilson off the board, the Steelers won't be taking a CB in the first round.

19. Atlanta Falcons - Taylor Mays

After adding Dunta Robinson, ATL looks to build and create a top defense led by Lofton, Abraham, Robinson, and Mays

20. Houston Texans - Earl Thomas

Thomas is an underrated DB, could play corner in pros, and losing Robinson will force Houston to take Thomas here.

21. Cincinnati Bengals - Jermaine Gresham

Bengals do not have much at TE, and will look to add another weapon to have potentially best Offense after adding Antonio Bryant.

22. New England Patriots - Brandon Graham

The Pats Pass Rushing Defense wasn't the same this year without Seymour, so they will look to add a top DE to their D.

23. Green Bay Packers- Sergio Kindle

GB will be looking to add a pass-rushing OLB through the draft after Kampman left to JAX, the Packers will be entering the 2010 season as a top team regardless, but if Kindle and be a worthy replacement, or even an upgrade of Kampman they could be the NFC favorite.

24. Philadelphia Eagles - Everson Griffen

The Eagles will get Griffen to pair with Trent Cole and Bunkley to add a great Pass Rusher, because we all know the Eagles love to blitz.

25. Baltimore Ravens - Arrelious Benn

The Ravens added Q from Arizona and  a troubled, aging, Donte Stallworth. However, with one more year of Derrick Mason the team will need a big play receiver and a potential number 2.

26. Arizona Cardinals - Brandon Spikes

This may be a bit of a stretch, but Spikes is the top MLB on the board, and after losing Dansby the Cardinals LB core is awful, so they will look to add Spikes to their core. As a bonus he is known for his leadership skills so he will fit in well with Dockett and Adrian Wilson.

27. Dallas Cowboys - Markuis Pouncey

The Cowboys will look to gain the best OL led by Center, Gurrode. They have an excellent RB core, so they will benefit from the upgrade at the Guard position.

28. San Diego Chargers - Ryan Matthews

Really a no brainer hear that the Bolts will draft a RB. The debate is who they will get. I think Matthews is the best everydown back on the board so he will be taken here.

29. New York Jets - Demaryios Thomas

The Jets already have a stacked OL and overall Defense so they look to the one position they lack in and it is Receiver, and Thomas is the best on the board.

30. Minnesota Vikings - Mt. Cody

The Vik's will benefit from upgrading the OL with AP running the ball. If Taylor Mays slips this far Minny won't allow him to fall any farther.

31. Indianapolis Colts - Patrick Robinson

Indy needs to size up their OL but there is no true 1st rounders left, so I see them taking Robinson here to upgrade the Defensive Backfield. I expect the team to trade up in the 2nd round and get Ducasse out of UMASS at the Guard position.

32. New Orleans Saints -  Carlos Dunlap

I think Dunlap is better than the 32 overall, but I expect him to drop to the Saints. A fan-favorite with character will fit in great at the "Who-Dat" Nation.


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