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Mock Draft Update

What better way to spend a playoff bye than to create a new mock draft, add a second round to it, tweak the formatting, and then give it its own page?

That’s right, if you look way up at the top of this page you will see a button for “2010 Mock Draft” right below the buttons for “Home” and “Meet Our Staff.”

I will still write posts when I have updated the mock, but this will allow you to view it at any time and make it so it doesn’t take up so much room on the main page.

So go check it out, leave me some comments about my picks, and also let me know how I can make the format better (I’m not real happy with it at the moment… but its getting late and I’m tired). 

Enjoy!


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2 Responses to “Mock Draft Update”

  1. wtfvikesfan says:

    Broncos will get either 10 or 11 from chicago depending on coin flip. Bucs get 42 or 43 from chicago not broncros. Bucs got chicago’s 2nd round pic for Gaines Adams trade. Not bronco’s.

    Hopefully everyone knows by now that Detroit will have the No. 2 overall pick of the 2010 draft. Read on if you’re a glutton for punishment and want to know where Chicago would be selecting if it hadn’t given up its No. 1 pick for quarterback Jay Cutler.

    ESPN Stats & Information has projected the top 12 picks, but the NFL will have to make that list official and also break one tie by coin flip. The bottom line is the Bears would have picked no worse than No. 11. That also means the second-round pick the Bears gave up for Tampa Bay defensive end Gaines Adams will be around the No. 43 overall spot.

    Here’s how the draft order would have looked if the Bears were involved:

    1. St. Louis Rams (1-15)
    2. Detroit Lions (2-14)
    3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-13)
    4. Washington Redskins (4-12)
    5. Kansas City Chiefs (4-12)
    6. Seattle Seahawks (5-11)
    7. Cleveland Browns (5-11)
    8. Oakland Raiders (5-11)
    9. Buffalo Bills (6-10)
    10. Jacksonville Jaguars (7-9)*
    10. Chicago Bears (7-9)*
    12. Miami Dolphins (7-9)

    *TBD by coin flip

  2. Adam Warwas says:

    WTF, thanks for the catch on the Broncos/Bucs thing. I’ll have that fixed before the next update.

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