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2010 View NFL Draft Report

2010 View NFL Draft Report

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A View from the Sideline presents...
 
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A View from the Sideline 2010 NFL Draft Report broughtto you by Buffaloe Floor Covering and Venom Energy Drink
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2010 NFL Draft Report
A View from the Sideline 2010 NFL Draft Report broughtto you by Buffaloe Floor Covering and Venom Energy Drink
Table of Contents
QuarterbacksPage 3Running BacksPage 6Wide ReceiversPage 9Tight EndsOffensive TacklesCenters/GuardsPage 13Page 16Page 18Defensive TacklesPage 20Page 23Page 27Page 29Defensive EndsPage 31Outside LinebackersPage 33Inside LinebackersPage 42Free/Strong SafetiesCornerbacksAFC South Team NeedsLZ’s Mock Draft Version 5.0Page 35Page 49Page 54Page 58Page 62Page 71Page 72Page 7630 Year All-Time 1st RoundPage 3930 Yr. Best Draft - AFC South & NorthPage 80...What we said- A RetrospectivePage 81Thinking Like a ScoutPage 38AFC North Team NeedsPage 53AFC West Team NeedsAFC East Team Needs30 Yr. Best Draft - NFC West & EastNFC South Team Needs30 Yr. Best Draft - NFC South & NorthNFC North Team NeedsNFC West Team NeedsNFC East Team Needs30 Yr. Best Draft - AFC West & EastPage 63Page 67
This newsletter hasbeen a long time incoming. Johnny and Ihave been doing thisfor a good while, but  this is the first time  that we’ve put it in this form.I hope it’s asinformative andentertaining as you’dexpect from the twoof us. Thanks for reading.- Lance ZierleinNot too bad for twoLamar Consolidatedgrads, huh?It’s an absolute joy tobring this newsletter  to you. I have longbeen thankful for the opportunity to talk, write and opine on the Draft, whether it’s on the Z Report Draft Show or through our newsletter.You guys, rock!Thanks so much- John Harris
Draft Order by TeamPage 40Z Report Draft Show Podcast PagePage 82
 
crosshairs, Bradford, anOklahoma legend, even afteronly three years on campus,decided to return to Normanfor a fourth season, histhird as a starter. Just short of two quartersinto the first game of the season against BYU,that dream season was flushed down the tubeas Bradford took a wicked hit and injured the AC joint in his shoulder. Although Bradfordreturned for the Baylor win, he was knockedout yet again the following week after a similartype hit against rival Texas. A season gone, buta “first
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especially after Bradford’s strong pro day on campus onMarch 25th. There’s no arguing with the measurables. 6’4”,236 and filling out, similar to the way a former Tennessee quarterback filled out in his four years
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a guy named Manning. Accurate with a strong arm to make all the NFLthrows, Bradford possesses a quickrelease. But, after he was injured, heshowed more class and leadership thanmany thought he had.I’m not sure where the knocks startedon him from a leadership standpoint, but thereare those who think he doesn’t have a goodhandle on his huddle. I disagree wholeheartedly, but the one thing I wanted tosee him do this year was exist behind a subparline. He didn’t last. In 2007 and 2008, hethrew when he wanted and where he wanted. That wasn’t going to happen in 2009, which was evident early in that first game. Theadversity would’ve served him well.Regardless, Bradford is the best package of smarts, skills and, after 2009, resiliency. TheRams need a QB, they pick 1st
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2010 NFL Draft Reor
 
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Sam Bradford
The Skinny on BradfordOklahomaQB6’4 1/4” 236 lb.Oklahoma City, O2008 Heisman Winner 
 
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