Thursday, January 28, 2010
AFC West mock draft (take IV)
By Bill Williamson
This is our fourth week doing the AFC West mock draft project. We’re sticking with choices from last week for all but one team.
No. 5, Kansas City: OT Russell Okung, Oklahoma State. With Okung at left tackle, the Chiefs will start reloading this once proud offensive line.
Last week: Okung.
No. 8, Oakland: OT Anthony Davis, Rutgers. Davis could step right in and make an impact for Oakland.
Last week: Davis.
No. 10 or No. 11*, Denver: WR Dez Bryant, Oklahoma State. The game-breaker would be a perfect fit in Denver in a post-Brandon Marshall world.
Last week: LB Rolando McClain, Alabama.
No. 28, San Diego: Jonathan Dwyer, RB, Georgia Tech. With LaDainian Tomlinson likely on his way out, the Chargers need a new primary back. Dwyer would give San Diego renewed life in the run game.
Last week: Dwyer.
* There will be a coin flip at the NFL combine in late February between Jacksonville and Chicago for the No. 10 pick. The Broncos own Chicago’s first-round pick from the Jay Cutler trade.