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St. Louis Rams: Jimmy Clausen, QB, Notre Dame - 44%
Jimmy Clausen (44%) edges out Ndamukong Suh (43%) out of 1,206 picks. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Rams.
Quote from the Ethwasia NFL Mock Draft:
The Rams could take Ndamukong Suh here, but it would be a mistake for two reasons. 1) The Rams desperately need a franchise QB in order to get to the playoffs and 2) They've spent two recent first round picks on the DL (Adam Carriker and Chris Long), so it wouldn't make sense to draft another defensive lineman here.
Detroit Lions: Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska - 46%
Ndamukong Suh easily wins this one. Not too many people like Eric Berry here. One percent of the mocks have a very strange selection. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Lions.
Quote from the KW NFL Mock Draft:
Some believe McCoy is better then Suh, but personally I believe Suh will turn out the better prospect. Detroit still needs a lot of pieces, They had a great draft last year and need to build upon that. Suh is just what Detroit needs on the defensive line to cause havoc for the opposing offense. The offensive tackle out of Oklahoma State is eye catching, but I think Suh is better and Detroit could get a tackle at the top of the second round. If its my call, Suh would be the choice, no doubt about it.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Gerald McCoy, DT, Oklahoma - 43%
Only nine percent of the mocks think Ndamukong Suh will fall to Tampa Bay. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Buccaneers.
Quote from the CJ-Sez NFL Mock Draft:
The Bucs are happy to get G-MAC and his box of impressive tools. He will help a team that was poor to say the least against the run last season.
Washington Redskins: Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma - 40%
Sam Bradford (40%) crushes Russell Okung (25%). Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Redskins.
Quote from the Husker Fan NFL Mock Draft:
Washington could go with Russell Okung but I think Shanahan will want a franchise QB to start his tenure in Washington.
Kansas City Chiefs: Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State - 35%
Russell Okung gets more votes than Eric Berry and Rolando McClain combined. Some Chiefs fans won't be too happy about that. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Chiefs.
Quote from the Irishroo NFL Mock Draft:
The Chiefs have given up 45 sacks this year, which is absolutely terrible. A large part of that is due to the fact that Matt Cassel holds on to the ball way too long, but the line hasn't helped him out much either. Okung is the best pass blocker in the draft and would allow Branden Albert to move inside, probably to RG until Brian Waters retires, thus upgrading 2 positions with 1 pick. Obviously, he would really help solve Kansas City's offensive line problems
Seattle Seahawks: Eric Berry, S, Tennessee - 21%
Eric Berry barely edges out Sam Bradford, but the latter is off the board already. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Seahawks.
Quote from the Morphius NFL Mock Draft:
Seattle is in a good position, as they could potentially package some picks together to move up and take Bradford, a replacement for Hasselback. But, they need too much, they select the next Ed Reed. Remaining Needs; RB, QB, OT, DE Clausen is also an option, but Best player available is certainly Berry.
Cleveland Browns: Joe Haden, CB, Florida - 45%
This one's not even close, though I'm sure the Browns would love to get the No. 5 guy on this list. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Browns.
Quote from the Giants Fan NFL Mock Draft:
Mike Holmgren takes the athletic corner who reminds me a lot of Darelle Revis.
Oakland Raiders: Bruce Campbell, OT, Maryland - 27%
Al Davis loves 40 times. That's the basis behind this pick. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Raiders.
Quote from the Sean77 NFL Mock Draft:
A specimen. Al loves it.
Buffalo Bills: Anthony Davis, OT, Rutgers - 27%
Tackles and quarterbacks comprise Buffalo's mock selections. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Bills.
Quote from the Derigo NFL Mock Draft:
Like the Seahawks, the Bills two biggest needs are quarterback and left tackle. With no quarterback worthy of this pick left on the board, left tackle will most likely be addressed. Davis is not the slam dunk pick, as the Bills could take any tackle that they feel is the best fit for them. Also, with the Bills switching to a 3-4, don't count out Rolando McClain.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Derrick Morgan, DE, Georgia Tech - 29%
Tim Tebow gets some love here, but the Jaguars are apparently slated to pick Derrick Morgan. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Jaguars.
Quote from the Werealpha NFL Mock Draft:
The Jags are still going to trade up into the second round to get Tebow, but they need a guy who can put some heat on opposing quarterbacks with this pick.
Denver Broncos: Dez Bryant, WR, Oklahoma State - 34%
Who knows what Josh McDaniels is going to do? Apparently, if it's not a blocking tight end, it'll be Dez Bryant. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Broncos.
Quote from the CKing NFL Mock Draft:
It is likely that Brandon Marshall will be traded this off season. Dez Bryant is a huge target for Kyle Orton that will fill the shoes of Marshall. If, however, Marshall and the Broncos can come to an agreement, they are in desperate need of an offensive line upgrade. The Bronco playbook is limited due to an O-line that doesn?t allow Orton to take seven step drops in the pocket. Teams started picking up on this and started to pick off Orton later in the year as a result.
Miami Dolphins: Rolando McClain, ILB, Alabama - 26%
An inside linebacker for Miami. I don't think the team's fans would like the No. 4 guy on this list. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Dolphins.
Quote from the Uber NFL Mock Draft:
Team Needs - WR, LB, NT, S. With Joey Porter on the way out and Jason Taylor approaching 36, the Dolphins are suddenly extremely thin at linebacker. McClain is exactly the type of player to fix this situation. McClain is the premier LB prospect of the draft and has been compared favorably to Patrick Willis. Add this to Bill Parcells history of taking linebackers at the top of the draft and this pick becomes a lock. If McClain is gone at this point then Dan Williams should be the next choice.
San Francisco 49ers: Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa - 13%
Apparently, no one likes my C.J. Spiller pick; he's No. 5 on this list. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the 49ers.
Quote from the Blitzkreig NFL Mock Draft:
The 49ers running game is pretty much all they got. With Bryan Bulaga blocking on the O-Line, Frank Gore could have his best season yet.
Seattle Seahawks: C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson - 27%
The 49ers passed on C.J. Spiller, and now they have to defend him twice a year for the next 8-10 seasons. Good luck with that. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Seahawks.
Quote from the Tenshot NFL Mock Draft:
Seattle could go with a FS like Earl Thomas, or a DE like Jason Pierre-Paul (although I think JPP fits better as a 3-4 rush LB), but I think they need to make a splash on offense. I'm positive that some team will reach for C.J. Spiller, and that team is Seattle. Spiller gives them the versatile home-run threat they need.
New York Giants: Brian Price, DT, UCLA - 28%
Giants fans will be jumping for joy if the No. 4 guy on this list drops to them. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Giants.
Quote from the K-Luder NFL Mock Draft:
Price is moving up on a lot of people's boards. He came out of UCLA early, and at the right time, having put up an amazing 23.5 tackles for a loss, and recording 7 sacks. One thing I noticed all year was how opposing O-Lines were able to do anything they wanted to against the Giants' D-Line. That cannot be acceptable to Tom Coughlin.
Tennessee Titans: Everson Griffen, DE, USC - 15%
Everson Griffen beats out another prospect by just TWo mock picks. Click here to see what other 2010 NFL Draft Prospects are being mocked to the Titans.
Quote from the J-Raleigh NFL Mock Draft:
The Titans biggest problem last year was a lack of pass rush. Vanden Bosch probably won't be back, and Kearse is no longer an effective player. Griffen has a tremendous size-speed combination that will allow him to rush the passer and hold his own against the run. His work ethic and motor are concerns, but the Titans have proven to be one of the best at coaching up defensive linemen. This is an ideal spot for Griffen.
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