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NFL Draft 2010

This year at the NFL Draft, it was quite obvious which college was breeding the best football players. 4 out of the top 6 picks were Oklahoma Sooners. So it was no surprise that the St. Louis Ram’s first pick was QB Sam Bradford, the most recent Heisman trophy winner (aka college football player of the year) eligible for the draft. But it was a huge surprise that the previous Heisman winner QB Tim Tebow was scooped up 25th pick overall by the Denver Broncos. The Broncos haven’t had a decent quarterback since John Elway retired in 1998 after winning the Super Bowl… maybe Tebow is just what they need to get back to the Big Show!




Here is a list of the top 10 1st picks of the draft:


  1. St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, quarterback, Oklahoma. This big QB is pin-point accurate setting school records with over 60% pass-completion. Think of him as Peyton Manning’s new rival.
  2. Detroit: Ndamukong Suh, defensive lineman, Nebraska. This guy is scary good and finally the Lions will start winning some games with his incredible tackling skills.
  3. Tampa Bay: Gerald McCoy, defensive lineman, Oklahoma. Remember Warren Sapp… this guy wipes Sapp from under his shoes.
  4. Washington: Trent Williams, offensive tackle, Oklahoma (6-5, 308). Clinton Portis will be smiling knowing that he gets to run behind this big dude.
  5. Kansas City: Eric Berry, safety, Tennessee. Neon Deion Sanders was a really amazing interception return artist… Eric can dance too!
  6. Seattle: Russell Okung, offensive lineman, Oklahoma State. Filling in All-Pro lineman Walter Jones’ job, Russell has some mighty big shoes to fill… all 300 pounds of him should suffice.
  7. Cleveland: Joe Haden, cornerback, Florida. He got skills on defence, but he’s lacking speed. He might be moved to play Free Safety.
  8. Oakland: Rolando McClain, linebacker, Alabama. This guy is as mean as Ray Lewis and smarter than Oakland’s coaching staff. Expect a new Raider defense next year.
  9. Buffalo: C.J. Spiller, running back, Clemson (5-11, 195). Small but fast, CJ will be challenging Reggie Bush for the Flash Award.
  10. Jacksonville: Tyson Alualu, defensive lineman, Cal. The Jaguars were lowest in the league for sacks, so they picked Tyson to practice his Hawaiian War Dance on top of quarterbacks.

Even though Denver didn’t get a top 10 draft pick, I’m picking them to be the most improved team of the 2010 season, and big contender for the Super Bowl! If you think a team has a good chance to improve this year, write it down in the comments below!


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LUCYQWERTY123
well in my opinion i think its a sport cause its more of gymnastic and gymnastics is a sport so yeah :D :punk :nerd :nerd :nerd :punk :punk :punk
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1PhanTrash
It's definitely an American thing - here in Australia we have like no Cheerleaders or Cheerleading groups. I think it's a sport but I'm not really into it. I think any girls or boys can do it. :3
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1PhanTrash
"Dubadins" wrote: I have never been a cheerleader but I think it is a sport because it is very active and a lot of difficult looking moves. I agree
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Wolf74
Wolf74 posted in Dance:
use to like ballet and now gymnastics cause ballet does't suit me
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Enki
Enki posted in Xtreme Sports:
Sure, many girls can fight, in fact some can fight really well, however it is a fact that women are generally physically weaker than men, which means that if a healthy male and a healthy female were to fight then the outcome wouldn't be 50/50 but rather 25/75 if even that much, this assumes that both the male and female have the same experience, training and of course both are healthy. This doesn't mean that women are inferior to men, but I am just pointing out facts, the notion that men and women are exactly the same and should be carrying out the same tasks is ridiculous.
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