2010 NFL Draft: The Five Worst and Five Best Picks

May 2, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the 2010 NFL Draft finally in the books, who came away with the best selections? There is great controversy over most picks in the draft. Although opinions may vary, here is my take on the five best and five worst picks of the NFL Draft. These are in no particular order.
The Five Worst:
Sam Bradford
Position: Quarterback
College: Oklahoma
Drafted by: St. Louis Rams
Pick: No. 1 Overall
Now, I understand that scouts believe that Sam Bradford is an NFL-ready quarterback. He has the decision-making ability, arm strength, and accuracy to succeed.
But I can’t help but wonder if last season’s injury-plagued season will cause the former Sooner quarterback problems at the next level. Bradford claims that his shoulder is better than ever. Even if it feels alright now, there is a chance that extended wear and tear could re-injure his arm. Although the Rams desperately needed a quarterback, they probably cou...

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