Donovan McNabb Deal To Eliminate Guesswork for Kansas City Chiefs?

April 5, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Heading in to the 2010 NFL draft, the potential surprises at the top of the board are slowly dwindling down to a mind-numbingly predictable scenario. St. Louis has done little to fortify its horrid quality of play at the quarterback position. Detroit has bolstered its defensive line through free agency, and as of today, the Washington Redskins have virtually eliminated any potential chance of taking a franchise quarterback with the No. 4 pick. 
The pre-draft movement, or lack thereof, near the top of the board shows the potential targets for teams on draft day. A month or two ago, the consensus selections looked to be locked in, with Suh and McCoy going 1-2, followed by a mixture of Berry, Bradford/Clausen, and Okung to fill out the top five.
While the names may be the same, the order may shift a bit based on the acquisitions made over the past few weeks. It appears the city of St. Louis would come unglued if Bradford is not taken the No. 1 overall pick. Detroit loo...

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