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With the 10th Overall Pick, the Jacksonville Jaguars Pick...Gerald McCoy?

BOULDER, CO - SEPTEMBER 29:  Devin Head #93 of the Colorado Buffaloes block Gerald McCoy #93 of the Oklahoma Sooners to provide protection for quarterback Cody Hawkins #7 at Folsom Field September 29, 2007 in Boulder, Colorado. Colorado defeated Oklahoma 27-24.  (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)
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Zach BjornContributor IOctober 27, 2016

In the wake of the Donovan McNabb trade, the NFL Draft was significantly changed. Certain players will be taken later than first predicted. In this draft, the Jaguars' main need is on the defensive line. There is a legitimate chance that it will be Gerald McCoy. Don't believe me? Consider this.

Sam Bradford has all but signed with the Rams. The Lions will be the deciding factor. If they go BPA, the pick will be Ndamukong Suh and I'll look stupid. If Suh is the pick, the Buccaneers will get McCoy. However, since the Lions got Corey Williams, the smarter and more likely pick is Russell Okung. That gets the Buccaneers Suh. McCoy still on the board.

Since the McNabb trade, the Redskins will no longer pick Clausen. Instead, they will pick a left tackle. Ditto for Chiefs. Neither team needs a defensive tackle that badly. However, the Seahawks are the big change. Before McNabb, they were predicted to take McCoy. Now, the pick will possibly be Jimmy Clausen.

Cleveland's secondary is as bad as Eric Mangini's birthday parties (Its an inside joke. If you read Walter Football's hilarious 2013: Emmit On The Brink , you'll get it.) They have absolutely no need or business drafting a defensive tackle. Undead Al Davis will draft his favorite 40. It will be Bruce Campbell. It won't be a defensive tackle. The Bills will pick a tackle or a nose tackle, where Dan Thomas is the best fit.

So there you have it, Gerald McCoy at number 10. The Jaguars need a pass rush. Gerald McCoy can play defensive end, too. McCoy will never fall past the Jaguars. Remember, this is only a scenario. Post thy comments!

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