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Kiper's NFL Mock Draft 1/20/10

I love everything about the NFL Draft season. It's about on par with following recruiting for me. The hope, the speculation, the glimpse of what the future holds, the bad suits, I love it all.

The best part (besides the real draft) is studying mock drafts as if they mean something. Maybe I just like mocking big hair TV personalities that take themselves too seriously. Maybe I just like mocking stupidity. Actually anything to do with mocking, I'm game. Here is Kiper's first mock. Mock away...

1. St. Louis Rams Record: 1-15

Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska

2. Detroit Lions Record: 2-14

Gerald McCoy*, DT, Oklahoma

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Record: 3-13

Eric Berry*, S, Tennessee

4. Washington Redskins Record: 4-12

Sam Bradford*, QB, Oklahoma

5. Kansas City Chiefs Record: 4-12

Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State

6. Seattle Seahawks Record: 5-11

Derrick Morgan*, DE, Georgia Tech

7. Cleveland Browns Record: 5-11

Joe Haden*, CB, Florida

8. Oakland Raiders Record: 5-11

Anthony Davis*, OT, Rutgers

9. Buffalo Bills Record: 6-10

Jimmy Clausen*, QB, Notre Dame

10. Denver Broncos (from Chicago) Record: 7-9

Dez Bryant*, WR, Oklahoma State

11. Jacksonville Jaguars Record: 7-9

Jason Pierre-Paul*, DE, South Florida

12. Miami Dolphins Record:7-9

Rolando McClain*, LB, Alabama

13. San Francisco 49ers Record: 8-8

Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma

14. Seattle Seahawks (from Denver) Record: 5-11

C.J. Spiller, RB, Clemson

15. New York Giants Record: 8-8

Carlos Dunlap*, DE, Florida

16. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina) Record: 8-8

Earl Thomas*, S, Texas

17. Tennessee Titans Record: 8-8

Everson Griffen*, DE, USC

18. Pittsburgh Steelers Record: 9-7

Bryan Bulaga*, OT, Iowa

19. Atlanta Falcons Record: 9-7

Sergio Kindle, OLB, Texas

20. Houston Texans Record: 9-7

Brian Price*, DT, UCLA

21. Cincinnati Bengals Record: 10-6

Aaron Hernandez*, TE, Florida

22. New England Patriots Record: 10-6

Ricky Sapp, OLB, Clemson

23. Green Bay Packers Record: 11-5

Taylor Mays, S, USC

24. Philadelphia Eagles Record: 11-5

Navorro Bowman*, OLB, Penn State

25. Baltimore Ravens Record: 9-7

Jermaine Gresham*, TE, Oklahoma

26. Arizona Cardinals Record: 10-6

Dan Williams, DT, Tennessee

27. Dallas Cowboys Record: 11-5

Bruce Campbell*, OT, Maryland

28. San Diego Chargers Record: 13-3

Jonathan Dwyer*, RB, Georgia Tech

29. New York Jets Record: 9-7

Golden Tate*, WR, Notre Dame

30. Minnesota Vikings Record: 12-4

Patrick Robinson, CB, Florida State

31. New Orleans Saints Record: 13-3

Jared Odrick, DT, Penn State

32. Indianapolis Colts Record: 14-2

Brandon Graham, DE, Michigan

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Thoughts - Sergio would look pretty sweet in the Falcons all black and I think they'll be better next year. Earl to 49ers would please me. He could really help them become a dominating defense. Those two picks would excite me quite a bit as those two teams are on the rise and should be battling to make the playoffs over the next several years. I hate seeing guys like Derrick Johnson, Redding and Shaun Rogers waste away on shit bag franchises like the Chiefs, Lions and Browns.

Jimmy Clausen to Buffalo would also please me, just because I know he is praying every night that he does not get selected by them. He wouldn't be overhyped there and I would never have to hear about him again.

Sam Bradford to the Redskins would be great just so I can giggle about the "Redskins' Got Their Redskin" headline. That would be the headline in my mind, not in a real newspaper.

All of the OTs are way too high but I guess that's how it goes with that position sometimes.

What do you see? Anything stand out?