Wednesday, April 28, 2010

NFL Draft 2010 On TV And Online: When And Where To watch

At event that symbolizes just how dominant the NFL has become in the world of professional sports, the NFL Draft 2010 kicks off Thursday night in prime time. The first round of NFL Draft 2010 begins around 7:30 pm eastern time. A nice crop of college football superstars, like quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Tim Tebow, not to mention red hot trade rumors (Pittsburgh’s Ben Roethlisberger to Oakland?) promise to make NFL Draft 2010 probably the most viewed NFL Draft ever.

NFL Draft 2010 TV schedule

The NFL Draft 2010 TV schedule begins officially when Roger Goodell ,NFL commissioner, comes to the podium to end the frenzy of speculation about who the St. Louis Rams will really select with their number one overall pick. At 6 pm eastern time on Friday, the second and third rounds of the NFL Draft 2010 will begin. Saturday you can view the final rounds (4-7) at 10 am. NFL Draft 2009 set an all-time high in viewers when 39 million people sat in front of the tube to cheer their preferred team’s picks.

Where to look at that NFL Draft 2010

The NFL Draft 2010 has numerous anticipation and media surrounding it, all looking for a huge pay day. It will be telecast live from Radio City Music Hall in New York by ESPN, the NFL Network and CBS College Sports Network. Don't have a TV? Don't worry about it. NFL Draft 2010 could be accessible live online at CBSSports.com and NFL.com. Driving on the road? Get your fix with a real-time draft tracker and live video feed on NFL Mobile and Verizon Wireless.

Order for the NFL Draft 2010

At 1 win, 15 losses, St. Louis earned number one in the NFL Draft 2010 order by achieving the worst 2009 record. The Rams desperately need a franchise quarterback. The conventional pick is Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford, a former Heisman Trophy winner. The Rams have yet to commit to Bradford. In any year, St. Louis would be giving him big cash now. Around this same time last year the lousiest team, Detroit Lions, had already signed Matthew Stafford, quarterback from Georgia. The Rams might even trade rights to draft Bradford for picks later in the line of the NFL Draft 2010. But after passing up on quarterbacks like New York Jet Mark Sanchez and Atlanta’s Matt Ryan the past few years, St. Louis might bite the bullet and offer Bradford a contract worth as much as $ 50 million.

NFL Draft 2010 predictions

You will find predictions for the 2010 NFL Draft that consist of a buzz about Pittsburgh QB Roethlisberger that is great for TV ratings. He was suspended for the first six games of the 2010 season because of alleged sexual misconduct and also the Steelers are very upset about this. They might be so upset as to trade Roethlisberger, despite the fact that he's won two Super Bowls, to the Oakland Raiders as part of draft picks. Oakland picks eighth within the first round and Raider’s OB DeMarcus Russell is a laughingstock within the league.

Then there’s Tebow. Many think he will go in later rounds of NFL Draft 2010, despite the fact that he’s a Heisman winning college football legend. For a lot more fuel, and possibly instant cash, is probably why for NFL Draft 2010 TV ratings. Stay tuned … it is never been more convenient.

Resources for the article

NFL Draft 2010

http://espn.go.com/nfl/draft

St. Louis Rams

http://www.stlouisrams.com/splash/

Radio City Music Hall

http://www.radiocity.com/



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