2010 Mock NFL Draft 2.0: Sam Bradford Still No. 1, CJ Spiller To Bills

Bleacher ReportSenior Analyst IApril 2, 2010

This year has presented a number of difficult questions, and it's hard to say how it will all pan out.

I have some unconventional picks in this mock. Read through and see if you can guess which ones are unconventional.

1.) St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

The Rams are rebuilding and should start with a franchise passer.

2.) Detroit Lions: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska

Detroit coach Jim Schwartz gets an anchor for the defensive line.

3.) Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma

The Bucs get a future Warren Sapp.

4.) Washington Redskins: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State

Mike Shanahan's new regime now has Donovan McNabb, Larry Johnson, and Willie Parker.  The missing piece is a left tackle.

5.) Kansas City Chiefs: Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma

The Chiefs get the left tackle they covet.

6.) Seattle Seahawks: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame

Seattle gets the quarterback of the future.

7.) Cleveland Browns: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee

The Browns get a playmaking safety to add some oomph to the defense.

8.) Oakland Raiders: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech

Surprise. The Raiders pass on taking a tackle all together and go for another pass rusher.

9.) Buffalo Bills: CJ Spiller, HB, Clemson

The Bills need more explosion on offense, Spiller would bring that.

10.) Jacksonville Jaguars: Dan Williams, NT, Tennessee

The Jags have invested in DE Aaron Kampmann and former first round pick DE Derrick Harvey. The Jaguars take the best tackle to protect those investments.

11.) Denver Broncos: Rolando McLain, ILB, Alabama

The Broncos need a tackling machine in the middle now that Andra Davis is gone.

12.) Miami Dolphins: Jason Pierre-Paul, DE-LB, South Florida

The Phins get a project rusher to replace Joey Porter.

13.) San Francisco 49ers: Earl Thomas, DB, Texas

Mike Singletary gets a versatile defensive back to shore-up the secondary.

14.) Seattle Seahawks: Bryan Bulaga, OL, Iowa

I still think Bulaga is over-rated as a left tackle. He reminds me an awful lot of Robert Gallery. Bulaga should be a guard in the NFL.

15.) New York Giants: Joe Haden, CB, Florida

The G-Men add Haden to shore up the secondary.

16.) Tennessee Titans: Sean Witherspoon, LB, Missouri

The Titans add a linebacker to the defense.

17.) San Francisco 49ers: Mike Iupati, OL, Idaho

Mike Iupati could play right tackle in the NFL, which is a position that SF could upgrade.

18.) Pittsburgh Steelers: Ryan Matthews, HB, Fresno State

The Steelers add Matthews to return the one-two punch they had with Rashard Mendenhall and Willie Parker.

19.) Atlanta Falcons: Sergio Kindle, LB, Texas

The Falcons are in a tough spot here. They need a rusher, but there won't be a sure-fire end available. Kindle though can upgrade the linebacking spot for Atlanta and disrupt the backfield.

20.) Houston Texans: Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State

The Texans need to beef-up the defensive line in order to compete with the Colts.  Odrick would free up Mario Williams and Amobi Okoye.

21.) Cincinnati Bengals: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State

The Bengals need another target for Carson Palmer. Chad Ochocinco and Antonio Bryant are both over 30, so the Bengals would love to add another young receiver.

22.) New England Patriots: Jermaine Gresham, TE, Oklahoma

The Pats take Gresham as an underneath target for Tom Brady now that Wes Welker is likely out for much of 2010.

23.) Green Bay Packers: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers

Davis could fall far from expected.

24.) Philadelphia Eagles: Kyle Wilson, CB, Boise State

The Eagles get the cornerback they need to upgrade the secondary.

25.) Baltimore Ravens: Maurkice Pouncey, OL, Florida

The Ravens take a value pick.

26.) Arizona Cardinals: Jerry Hughes, LB, TCU

Hughes is sky-rocketing up the boards as a 3-4 linebacker in the NFL. Hughes would be a near perfect replacement for Karlos Dansby.

27.) Dallas Cowboys: Rodger Safford, OT, Indiana

Rodger Safford has come from nowhere and has impressed.

28.) San Diego Chargers: Brian Price, DT, UCLA

The Bolts add Price as an end in the 3-4.

29.) New York Jets: Golden Tate, WR, Notre Dame

Unless the Jets trade this pick for Brandon Marshall, I expect the Jets to add a receiver.

30.) Minnesota Vikings: Colt McCoy, QB, Texas

Don't be surprised if the Vikings look long at Colt McCoy to groom behind Brett "Any Day Now" Favre.

31.) Indianapolis Colts: Taylor Mays, S, USC

The Colts' defense relies on speed, which would make Mays a perfect fit.

32.) New Orleans Saints: Carlos Dunlap, DE, Florida

The Saints need a defensive end now that Charles Grant is gone and Dunlap fits the bill.


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