2009 NFL Draft odds predict that Stafford will go #1 but there is an outside chance the pick could be offensive lineman Jason Smith out of Baylor. He is the top rated offensive lineman in the draft and could be a surprise pick by the Lions. Since it is unlikely the Lions will pass on Stafford that means Smith should go #2 overall in 2009 NFL Draft odds to St. Louis. The Rams badly need an offensive lineman and a receiver and while Michael Crabtree would be a great pick in 2009 NFL Draft betting, Smith might be a safer one.
The one pick that looks fairly secure in 2009 NFL Draft odds is at #3 with the Kansas City Chiefs. It is expected that the Chiefs will select Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry in 2009 NFL Draft odds. It would be a great pick for the Chiefs considering most 2009 NFL Draft betting experts have Curry as the best player in the draft.
The Seattle Seahawks have been looking at Texas Tech wide receiver Michael Crabtree with the #4 pick in 2009 NFL Draft odds and even though they picked up T.J. Houshmandzadeh in the off-season they still might go with Crabtree here. At #5 in 2009 NFL Draft odds is the Cleveland Browns and they need defense. A good pick would be Brian Orakpo out of Texas who can play on the line or at linebacker. The Bengals have the #6 pick in 2009 NFL Draft odds and they desperately need an offensive lineman so Eugene Monroe out of Virginia looks to be the pick. The Raiders might take B.J. Raji, nose tackle from Boston College with the #7 pick in 2009 NFL Draft odds or they might take wide receiver Jeremy Maclin out of Missouri.
Jacksonville picks #8 in 2009 NFL Draft odds and could select Illinois cornerback Vontae Davis. Green Bay is #9 in 2009 NFL Draft betting and they need defense. Everette Brown out of Florida State is a possibility. The #10 pick in 2009 NFL Draft odds goes to San Francisco and they need a quarterback. Could they take local favorite Mark Sanchez from USC? If not, they might reach for a defensive player like Aaron Maybin or Rey Maualuga.
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