2009 NFL draft odds favor Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford as the Lions selection to launch the 2009 NFL draft betting rotation. The Lions enter 2009 NFL draft odds action coming off the first ever 0-16 season in league history and desperately need help at quarterback.
2009 NFL mock draft action will have strong focus on running backs and receivers as NFL draft betting interest always gravitates towards offense.
2009 NFL mock draft preparation begins with quarterbacks, especially with this year as NFL draft betting action is expected to begin with a signal caller.
NFL draft odds action will be hot and heavy throughout the first round, which will include top shelf talent in the NFL draft betting order on slots 11-20.
NFL draft odds get particularly interesting at the last part of the first round in NFL draft betting action when the elite teams make their selections.
2009 NFL draft odds fans will have their favorite weekend April 25-26 as 2009 NFL draft betting action will take place from Radio City Music Hall.
Stafford was so good at Georgia that he decided to skip his senior season and come out for the 2009 NFL draft betting event. The St. Louis Rams get the 2nd pick on the 2009 NFL draft odds board and are projected to be taking offensive tackle Jason Smith of Baylor.
The Rams are in major need of help on the offensive line and Smith is considered to be one of the best. The Kansas City Chiefs will have the third selection for the 2009 NFL draft odds and are expected to take linebacker Aaron Curry from Wake Forest, who was both an All American and All ACC player last year.
Kansas City’s defense has been horrible for several years and it is hoped that Curry can do for the Chiefs what legendary Derrick Thomas did for them a generation ago as a linebacker.
Quarterback Mark Sanchez of Southern Cal is expected to be the 4th player taken on the 2009 NFL draft odds by the Seattle Seahawks, who need to begin the process of grooming a new quarterback of the future.
The Cleveland Browns will have the 5th selection on the 2009 NFL draft odds and are projected to be taking wideout Michael Crabtree of Texas Tech, who is coming off back-to-back seasons as the nation’s top receiver.
Virginia offensive tackle Eugene Moore is slated to be taken 6th on the 2009 NFL draft odds by the Cincinnati Bengals, who are in desperate need of bulking up on the offensive line.
Speedy wideout and kick returner Jeremy Maclin of Missouri came out after his sophomore season to enter the 2009 NFL draft odds as the likely 7th player to be taken. Maclin looks to be headed to the Oakland Raiders.
Rounding out the projected top 10 are defensive tackle BJ Raji to Jacksonville, defensive end Brian Orakpo to Green Bay, and defensive end Aaron Maybin to San Francisco.
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