2010 NFL Mock Draft: How the Ben Roethlisberger Talk Changes the Draft

April 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

I’ve kept quiet for so long that many of my buddies and co-workers have asked me if I am actually going to do a mock draft this year. Does this mean that people actually want to hear what I have to say? (Laughs ridiculously) Hardly. But, due to the recent issues regarding Ben Roethlisberger which spreads far beyond any sort of football related activities and brings into question morality and character, I felt that I needed to voice my own opinion, and what way is best to do that other than a mock draft a mere five days before Draft Day. As we all know, and as Mel Kiper says: “It's not a rigorous science to poke holes in a mock draft. A single trade can throw the whole thing off, and there are teams for which a trade down or up in the proceedings might be the best course of action from the outset.” The NFL Draft has changed significantly thanks to the recent dealings of Brandon Marshall and Santonio Holmes. However, that is, in effect what the Roethlisberger sit...

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