2010 NFL Draft: St. Louis Rams, Cleveland Browns

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2010 NFL Draft St. Louis Rams, Cleveland Browns

Gambling911.com looks at 2010 NFL Draft prospects for both the St. Louis Rams and Cleveland Browns.

Because the St. Louis Rams had the worst offense in the league last season, they end up with the top pick in the 2010 NFL Draft, and that might be Sam Bradford.  Then again it might not be.

The latest rumor has the St. Louis Rams contemplating moving out of the top spot in the draft to acquire players who can have an impact right away.

While St. Louis General Manager Billy Devaney said Tuesday that he has not yet made a decision, all signs point to Bradford being the choice.

2010 NFL Draft odds at BetUS.com included the number of quarterbacks taken in Round 1 with OVER 2 the heavy -700 favorite and the UNDER 2 paying $40 for every $10 bet.


The Cleveland Browns start 2010-2011 with the Mike Holmgren era and it will kick off with the 2010 NFL Draft.

From CNNSI.com:

Tom Heckert was hired in Cleveland to make the calls on draft day, but Randy Lerner didn't bring in Holmgren as the highest-paid franchise architect in football to stand behind a curtain on draft day and say, "That wasn't my call.'' Whoever Heckert picks will be on Holmgren's résumé, and with a franchise-defining crop of them (the Browns pick seventh, 38th and three more times in the third round), Cleveland has to come out of this draft a remade team.

They need help at nearly every position though the quarterback spot looks like an improvement over last year thanks to the signing of free agent Jake Delhomme, who at times looked atrocious last season in Carolina.  But anything is better than what the Browns have had in the quarterback position of late and Delhomme could match up well in Cleveland.    

More importantly, since Delhomme looks to be a temporary fix, there is talk that a trade with St. Louis could be in order that will ultimately land Cleveland Sam Bradford.  We shall see.

2010 NFL Draft odds at BetUS.com included the number of running backs taken in Round 1 with OVER 1 1/2 the -350 favorite and the UNDER 1 ½ paying $22.50 for every $10 bet.


Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com  


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