2010 NFL Mock Draft: Bleacher Report Featured Columnist Edition

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2010 NFL Mock Draft: Bleacher Report Featured Columnist Edition

Eight weeks ago, the entire team of NFL Featured Columnists began a project of enormous undertaking: Play armchair General Manager and complete a full mock draft as a unit.

Picks were, of course, easier for some than others—whether because only one FC participated, or because the choice was that obvious. But as we look back anywhere between 56 hours and 56 days after each pick, things don’t look the same.

For one, free agency and trades have changed a lot of teams’ needs; Philly, for one, might have a different selection due to what they’ve done.

On top of that, players have moved up and down draft boards thanks to the Combine, Pro Days, and outside factors.

For instance, Sam Bradford has drawn a lot of interest in recent weeks as the potential No. 1 overall pick. But that wasn’t the case on Feb. 7 when Rams FC Ron Clement made his selection, and when you see where Bradford actually does go, you may be shocked.

So when you read this mock, remember that it’s been in progress for nearly two full months. Also, remember that my “analysis” was written at the time the selection was made—but we waited to post them, simply because it would a lot more interesting after the fact.

And when you watch the actual NFL Draft on April 22, you can look at this and laugh…and hopefully praise us if we actually did nail one.

We hope you enjoy the fruit of our labors. It took 30-plus writers, many more contributors, 56 days, and a whole lot of fun to put together one round of drafting…and now, on with the show.

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