2010 NFL Draft: Why ESPN’s Mel Kiper Is Wrong About Browns Picking Dez Bryant

April 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. is one of the leading experts when it comes to the NFL Draft, but even he cannot always be right because there is no exact science to guessing what teams may or may not do when they are on the clock.
The Cleveland Browns have some pressing needs on both sides of the ball, none greater than finding their future franchise quarterback.
Next on the needs list has to be finding a a starting free safety to play next to starting strong safety Abram Elam in the Browns' secondary. This need should be the top priority in the draft and in the first round since Mike Holmgren has never drafted a quarterback in the first round of any draft since he's been in the league.
Then on their needs list it's a toss up on the priority of finding a starting right guard, a pass rusher, a wide receiver, and another possible defensive lineman due to the legal troubles of Shaun Rogers.
Focusing on the point here is the fact that Kiper has the Browns picking Oklahoma State w...

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