Reading the coverage: Everybody's last best guess

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    <p><em>Posted by's Paul Kuharsky</em></p> <p>Rick Gosselin's <a href="" target="_blank">final mock</a> draft.</p> <p>Jay Glazer's <a href="'s-mock-draft:-This-time-with-a-twist" target="_blank">final mock</a> draft.</p> <p>A 32 questions <a href="" target="_blank">draft edition</a> from Mike Silver.</p> <p>Mike Freeman lists <a href="" target="_blank">100 things</a> he'd rather do than watch the draft.</p> <p><strong>Houston Texans</strong></p> <p>Jerome Solomon says Bob McNair and the Texans have <a href="" target="_blank">gotten better</a> at this.</p> <p>Players out of Texas <a href="" target="_blank">taken high</a> in the first round are hardly a sure thing, writes John McClain.</p> <p>Past picks <a href="" target="_blank">at No. 15</a> have been more fizzle than sizzle, says McClain.</p> <p>McClain's final mock still has the Texans taking <a href="" target="_blank">Clay Matthews</a>.</p> <p>Lance Zierlein makes <a href="" target="_blank">a couple trades</a> in his mock.</p> <p><strong>Indianapolis Colts</strong></p> <p>Bob Kravitz says this is when Bill Polian <a href="" target="_blank">earns his money</a>.</p> <p>Free agent corner Keiwan Ratliff signed <a href="" target="_blank">with the Steelers</a>, says Mike Chappell.</p> <p>The Colts will watch a lot of things <a href="" target="_blank">sort out</a> before they get a sense of their possibilities at No. 27, writes Chappell.</p> <p><a href="" target="_blank">No. 2</a> and <a href="" target="_blank">No. 1</a> on John Oehser's list of the top 25 picks of the Polian era. This was a great idea that gave us a lot to ponder over the last several weeks.</p> <p>Oehser reviews <a href="" target="_blank">mock prognostications</a> for the Colts.</p> <p>Curse insurance. Peyton Manning's <a href="" target="_blank">not the Madden cover boy</a>.</p> <p>June 6 is the day the Titans will hold <a href="" target="_blank">an open practice</a> at Franklin College. Tickets will be $10, says Oehser.</p> <p>Polian can pronounce <a href="" target="_blank">Peria Jerry's name</a>, points out Oehser.</p> <p>Oehser&nbsp;selects <a href="" target="_blank">the best pick</a> at each first-round spot for the Colts in their history.</p> <p><strong>Jacksonville Jaguars</strong></p> <p>The <a href="" target="_blank">moment of truth</a> has arrived for Gene Smith, writes Vito Stellino.</p> <p>Peter King says the Jaguars <a href="" target="_blank">turned down</a> No. 23 and No. 47 from New England for No. 8.</p> <p>Michael C. Wright is sticking with <a href=" " target="_blank">B.J. Raji</a> for the Jaguars in his final mock draft.</p> <p>A judge has been asked <a href=" " target="_blank">to revoke</a> Jimmy Smith's bail, reports Jim Schoettler.</p> <p>Gene Frenette says Smith has <a href="" target="_blank">slowed down the timetable</a> to become part of the Pride of the Jaguars that honors their all-time greats.</p> <p>A look at the guy <a href="" target="_blank">on the other end</a> of the phone in New York, from Ryan Robinson of</p> <p>Smith <a href="" target="_blank">won't be</a> unprepared, says Vic Ketchman of</p> <p>Cole Pepper says it'll be <a href="" target="_blank">Michael Crabtree at No. 8</a>, and Malcolm Jenkins if the Jaguars trade back.</p> <p><strong>Tennessee Titans</strong></p> <p>The last four first rounders were <a href="" target="_blank">immediate contributors</a>. Jim Wyatt asks if the Titans continue the trend.</p> <p>The guys at the Tennessean <a href="" target="_blank">make their picks</a> and sample the national choices.</p> <p>Chuck Cecil <a href="" target="_blank">isn't worried</a> about the Titans replacing Albert Haynesworth, writes Jonathan Hutton.</p> <p>Joe Biddle <a href="" target="_blank">would like</a> to see the Titans with Anquan Boldin or Braylon Edwards.</p> <p>Wyatt runs through <a href="" target="_blank">a mock draft</a> done by a group of beat writers from around the country.</p>

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