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2010 NFL Mock Draft Order


Updated April 22 - Order is based on worst record (unless denoted by a * - which determines playoff elimination sequence).

Tie-breaker is strength of schedule. Find the NFL Strength of Schedule here.

2010 NFL Mock Draft to be updated Thursday (4/16).


Round 1
  1. St. Louis (1-15)
  2. Detroit (2-14)
  3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
  4. Washington (4-12)
  5. Kansas City (4-12)
  6. Seattle (5-11)
  7. Cleveland (5-11)
  8. Oakland (5-11)
  9. Buffalo (6-10)
  10. Jacksonville (7-9)
  11. Denver - from Chicago (7-9)
  12. Miami (7-9)
  13. San Francisco (8-8)
  14. Seattle - from Denver (8-8)
  15. New York Giants (8-8)
  16. Tennessee (8-8)
  17. San Francisco - from Carolina (8-8)
  18. Pittsburgh (9-7)
  19. Atlanta (9-7)
  20. Houston (9-7)
  21. Cincinnati* (10-6)
  22. New England* (10-6)
  23. Green Bay* (11-5)
  24. Philadelphia* (11-5)
  25. Baltimore* (9-7)
  26. Arizona* (10-6)
  27. Dallas* (11-5)
  28. San Diego* (13-3)
  29. New York Jets* (9-7)
  30. Minnesota* (12-4)
  31. Indianapolis* (14-2)
  32. New Orleans* (13-3)


  • Chicago-Denver: Jay Cutler
  • Denver-Seattle: Alphonso Smith
  • Carolina-San Francisco: Everette Brown


    Round 2
    1. St. Louis (1-15)
    2. Detroit (2-14)
    3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
    4. Kansas City (4-12)
    5. Philadelphia - from Washington (4-12)
    6. Cleveland (5-11)
    7. Oakland (5-11)
    8. San Diego - from Seattle (5-11)
    9. Buffalo (6-10)
    10. Tampa Bay - from Chicago (7-9)
    11. Denver - from Miami (7-9)
    12. New England - from Jacksonville (7-9)
    13. Denver (8-8)
    14. New York Giants (8-8)
    15. New England - from Tennessee (8-8)
    16. Carolina (8-8)
    17. San Francisco (8-8)
    18. Kansas City - from Atlanta (9-7)
    19. Houston (9-7)
    20. Pittsburgh (9-7)
    21. New England* (10-6)
    22. Cincinnati* (10-6)
    23. Philadelphia* (11-5)
    24. Green Bay* (11-5)
    25. Baltimore* (9-7)
    26. Arizona* (10-6)
    27. Dallas* (11-5)
    28. Seattle - from San Diego* (13-3)
    29. New York Jets* (9-7)
    30. Minnesota* (12-4)
    31. Indianapolis* (14-2)
    32. New Orleans* (13-3)


  • Atlanta-Kansas City: Tony Gonzalez
  • Jacksonville-New England: Derek Cox
  • Tennessee-New England: Jared Cook
  • Seattle-San Diego: Charlie Whitehurst
  • San Diego-Seattle: Charlie Whitehurst
  • Washington-Philadelphia: Donovan McNabb







    Round 3
    1. St. Louis (1-15)
    2. Detroit (2-14)
    3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
    4. Kansas City (4-12)
    5. Oakland (5-11)
    6. Philadelphia - from Seattle (5-11)
    7. Cleveland (5-11)
    8. Buffalo (6-10)
    9. Miami (7-9)
    10. Jacksonville (7-9)
    11. Chicago (7-9)
    12. New York Giants (8-8)
    13. Tennessee (8-8)
    14. Carolina (8-8)
    15. San Francisco (8-8)
    16. Denver (8-8)
    17. Houston (9-7)
    18. Pittsburgh (9-7)
    19. Atlanta (9-7)
    20. Cincinnati* (10-6)
    21. Cleveland - from Oakland via New England* (10-6)
    22. Green Bay* (11-5)
    23. Philadelphia* (11-5)
    24. Arizona - from Baltimore* (9-7)
    25. Arizona* (10-6)
    26. Dallas* (11-5)
    27. San Diego* (13-3)
    28. Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7)
    29. Minnesota* (12-4)
    30. Indianapolis* (14-2)
    31. New Orleans* (13-3)
    32. Cincinnati (comp)
    33. Tennessee (comp)
    34. Atlanta (comp)


  • Seattle-Philadelphia: Deon Butler
  • Washington used its 3rd-rounder in the Supplemental Draft
  • New England-Oakland: Derrick Burgess
  • Oakland-Cleveland: Kamerion Wimbley
  • Jets-Cleveland: Braylon Edwards
  • Baltimore-Arizona: Anquan Boldin










    Round 4
    1. St. Louis (1-15)
    2. Detroit (2-14)
    3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
    4. Kansas City (4-12)
    5. Washington (4-12)
    6. Seattle (5-11)
    7. Philadelphia - from Cleveland (5-11)
    8. Oakland (5-11)
    9. Buffalo (6-10)
    10. Jacksonville (7-9)
    11. Chicago (7-9)
    12. Miami (7-9)
    13. Tennessee (8-8)
    14. Carolina (8-8)
    15. San Francisco (8-8)
    16. Denver (8-8)
    17. New York Giants (8-8)
    18. Pittsburgh (9-7)
    19. Atlanta (9-7)
    20. Houston (9-7)
    21. New England* (10-6)
    22. Cincinnati* (10-6)
    23. Philadelphia* (11-5)
    24. Green Bay* (11-5)
    25. Arizona - from Baltimore* (9-7)
    26. New York Jets - from Arizona* (10-6)
    27. Dallas* (11-5)
    28. San Diego* (13-3)
    29. Seattle - from Philadelphia via New York Jets* (9-7)
    30. Minnesota* (12-4)
    31. Indianapolis* (14-2)
    32. New Orleans* (13-3)
    33. Cincinnati (comp)


  • Baltimore-Arizona: Anquan Boldin
  • Arizona-Jets: Kerry Rhodes
  • Jets-Philadelphia: Lito Sheppard
  • Philadelphia-Seattle: Darryl Tapp
  • Cleveland-Philadelphia: Sheldon Brown and Chris Gocong





    Round 5
    1. St. Louis (1-15)
    2. Seattle - from Detroit (2-14)
    3. Cleveland - from Tampa Bay (3-13)
    4. St. Louis - from Washington (4-12)
    5. Kansas City (4-12)
    6. Denver - from Philadelphia via Cleveland (5-11)
    7. Oakland (5-11)
    8. Seattle (5-11)
    9. Buffalo (6-10)
    10. Chicago (7-9)
    11. Kansas City - from Miami (7-9)
    12. Jacksonville (7-9)
    13. Kansas City - from Carolina (8-8)
    14. Miami - from San Francisco (8-8)
    15. Cleveland - from Detroit via Denver (8-8)
    16. New York Giants (8-8)
    17. Tennessee (8-8)
    18. Atlanta (9-7)
    19. Houston (9-7)
    20. Pittsburgh (9-7)
    21. Cincinnati* (10-6)
    22. Tampa Bay - from New England* (10-6)
    23. Green Bay* (11-5)
    24. Pittsburgh - from New York Jets via Philadelphia* (11-5)
    25. Baltimore* (9-7)
    26. Baltimore - from Arizona* (10-6)
    27. Jacksonville - from Oakland via New England, Denver and Dallas* (11-5)
    28. San Diego* (13-3)
    29. Cleveland - from New York Jets* (9-7)
    30. Minnesota* (12-4)
    31. Indianapolis* (14-2)
    32. Washington - from St. Louis via Philadelphia and New Orleans* (13-3)
    33. Pittsburgh (comp)
    34. Atlanta (comp)
    35. Pittsburgh (comp)
    36. Minnesota (comp)
    37. San Diego (comp)
    38. Green Bay (comp)


  • Dallas-Denver: Montrae Holland; Denver-New England: LeKevin Smith; Oakland-New England: Derrick Burgess
  • New England-Tampa Bay: Alex Smith (TE)
  • Tampa Bay-Cleveland: Kellen Winslow Jr.
  • Denver-Detroit: Tom Brandstater
  • New Orleans-Philadelphia: Thomas Morstead
  • New England-Oakland: Derrick Burgess
  • Jets-Cleveland: Braylon Edwards
  • Chiefs-Dolphins: Tyler Thigpen
  • Chiefs-Panthers: Tank Tyler
  • Cleveland-Detroit: Corey Williams
  • Arizona-Baltimore: Anquan Boldin
  • Cleveland-Philadelphia: Sheldon Brown and Chris Gocong
  • Lions-Seahawks: Rob Sims
  • Jets-Steelers: Santonio Holmes
  • Eagles-Broncos: Ernie Sims
  • Rams-Redskins: Adam Carriker


    Round 6
    1. St. Louis (1-15)
    2. Atlanta - from Detroit (2-14)
    3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
    4. Miami - from Kansas City (4-12)
    5. Miami - from Washington (4-12)
    6. Carolina - from Oakland (5-11)
    7. Seattle (5-11)
    8. Cleveland (5-11)
    9. Buffalo (6-10)
    10. Miami (7-9)
    11. Jacksonville (7-9)
    12. Chicago (7-9)
    13. San Francisco (8-8)
    14. Denver (8-8)
    15. New York Giants (8-8)
    16. Tennessee (8-8)
    17. Cleveland - from Carolina (8-8)
    18. Houston (9-7)
    19. Pittsburgh (9-7)
    20. Atlanta (9-7)
    21. New England* (10-6)
    22. Cincinnati* (10-6)
    23. Buffalo - from Philadelphia* (11-5)
    24. Green Bay* (11-5)
    25. Baltimore* (9-7)
    26. Arizona* (10-6)
    27. Dallas* (11-5)
    28. Houston - from San Diego* (13-3)
    29. New York Jets* (9-7)
    30. Minnesota* (12-4)
    31. Philadelphia - from Indianapolis* (14-2)
    32. New Orleans* (13-3)
    33. Carolina (comp)
    34. Jacksonville (comp)
    35. Carolina (comp)
    36. New England (comp)
    37. San Francisco (comp)
    38. Tennessee (comp)


  • Philadelphia-Buffalo: Jason Peters
  • Washington-Miami: Jason Taylor
  • Indianapolis-Philadelphia: Pat McAfee
  • Oakland-Carolina: Brandon Myers
  • Houston-San Diego: Travis Johnson
  • Carolina-Cleveland: Louis Leonard
  • Detroit-Atlanta: Chris Houston


    Round 7
    1. Washington - from St. Louis (1-15)
    2. Buffalo - from Detroit (2-14)
    3. Tampa Bay (3-13)
    4. St. Louis - from Washington (4-12)
    5. Miami - from Kansas City (4-12)
    6. Detroit - from Seattle (5-11)
    7. Detroit - from Cleveland (5-11)
    8. Oakland (5-11)
    9. Buffalo (6-10)
    10. Tampa Bay - from Jacksonville (7-9)
    11. Chicago (7-9)
    12. Miami (7-9)
    13. Detroit - from Denver (8-8)
    14. New York Giants (8-8)
    15. Tennessee (8-8)
    16. Carolina (8-8)
    17. San Francisco (8-8)
    18. Tampa Bay - from Pittsburgh (9-7)
    19. St. Louis - from Atlanta (9-7)
    20. Houston (9-7)
    21. Cincinnati* (10-6)
    22. New England* (10-6)
    23. Green Bay* (11-5)
    24. New England - from Philadelphia* (11-5)
    25. Tampa Bay - from Baltimore* (9-7)
    26. Arizona* (10-6)
    27. Dallas* (11-5)
    28. San Diego* (13-3)
    29. New York Jets* (9-7)
    30. Minnesota* (12-4)
    31. Indianapolis* (14-2)
    32. New Orleans* (13-3)
    33. Indianapolis (comp)
    34. Tennessee (comp)
    35. Pittsburgh (comp)
    36. Philadelphia (comp)
    37. Philadelphia (comp)
    38. Seattle (comp)
    39. Indianapolis (comp)
    40. New England (comp)
    41. New England (comp)
    42. Carolina (comp)
    43. New England (comp)
    44. Oakland (comp)
    45. Miami (comp)
    46. Tampa Bay (comp)
    47. St. Louis (comp)
    48. Detroit (comp)


  • Philadelphia-New England: Greg Lewis
  • Kansas City-Miami: 2009 seventh-round pick
  • Jacksonville-Tampa Bay: Luke McCown
  • Baltimore-Tampa Bay: Marques Douglas
  • Atlanta-St. Louis: Tye Hill
  • Detroit-Buffalo: Ko Simpson
  • Cleveland-Detroit: Corey Williams
  • Seattle-Detroit: Robert Henderson
  • Denver-Detroit: Tony Scheffler
  • Pittsburgh-Tampa Bay: Byron Leftwich



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