2010 FC NFL Mock Draft: At 30, the Minnesota Vikings Select…

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Sam Bradford, the former Heisman-winning QB from Oklahoma, the projected top-five (if not first overall) pick, is still here?
Well.....then this is pretty easy, isn't it?
Draft the young kid, the heir apparent.  Minnesota can't pass up the chance to get a potential franchise quarterback this late in the draft.  Let him learn from ol' Brett Favre and then Bradford can take over in a year or two.
Just a little bit of history repeating, right, Aaron Rodgers?
It will probably go better this time around with Favre closer to the end of his career now.  
Then again, the end for Favre might involve him finishing his career in Seattle after demanding a trade from Tennessee, and having his 60-year-old body carted off the field after Julius Peppers Jr. broke his third replacement hip.
Obviously, that won't happen.  Not the Favre playing until he is 60 bit, that could happen.
The Vikings drafting Bradford at 30 pa...

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