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Old 12-26-2009   #3
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Default Re: Texan4Ever's 2010 NFL Mock Draft

16.) Pittsburgh Steelers - Ciron Black, OT

The Steelers need to revamp there offensive line and it starts with the left tackle position. Even through the unit has started to play better...its not good enough. Adding a guy like Black will help shore up the left tackle spot and allow the Steelers to run the ball more effectiviely. Ciron Black is big and powerfull and has decent height and bulk needed to play OT well.

17.) Jacksonville Jaguars - Arrelious Benn, WR

The Jags need WRs and Benn provides them with a productive and strong WR who is able to fight for extra yards yet be quick enough to give DBs a tough time covering him. Benn would make David Garrarad a happy man.

18.) Houston Texans - Earl Thomas, S

If Thomas declares for the NFL Draft he should be on the Texans watch list. He had a productive season at Texas and is a true ball hawking safety that we've lacked. I truely believe that drafting Thomas will end our safety woes for good...or at least I hope so.


19.) New York Jets - Golden Tate, WR

The Jets have a solid defense but they need to work on there offense and give Mark Sanchez someone reliable to throw to. Golden Tate can become Sanchez's #1 receiver and although he lacks the ideal height of a WR (5'11") he is speedy and is powerfull then he looks and has good hands.

20.) New York Giants - Greg Hardy, DE

The Giants can always use an extra defensive linemen and Hardy would fill in nicely as a reserve DE or future starter. He has some issues with injuries and work ethic but there is no doubt he is one of the most productive players at his position. Hardy boasts 26.5 sacks and really knows how to create havoc in the backfield, something the G-Men are known for.
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