49ers can re-make team with two 1st round NFL Draft picks

NFL draft fans are well aware of the San Francisco Forty-Niners past success in the NFL gambling, having hoisted the Lombardi Trophy on five separate occasions –more than any franchise in the NFL betting history except the Pittsburgh Steelers.

But it’s been quite long time since the Niners even had a winning season, let alone won an NFL playoffs betting game. With two picks in the first round of the 2010 NFL draft the team has a good chance of turning things around and getting back on the winning track according to NFL gambling experts.

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Head Coach Mike Singletary seems to have this team on the right track and true to his character he has the team playing spirited defense and one the verge of challenging for an NFC West football betting crown. With the 13th and 17th pick in this year’s NFL draft the Niners can address just about any need they have which, unfortunately, are many. The biggest weakness for San Fran is QB. The team has conditionally supported Alex Smith as the starter but as any NFL betting fan knows, Smith is no long-term solution and a below average QB in the NFL odds action.

The team could take flyer on someone like Jimmy Clausen who may or may not be available at the 13th pick or they could instead opt to get a lineman to protect Smith and hope he has a breakthrough year in the 2010 NFL betting season.

This year’s NFL Draft class is deep in terms of O-line talent and as such the team will likely go for a skill player with its first pick in the Draft. Clemson’s CJ spiller is a terrific RB/WR/KR/PR who can play just about any skill position on the field and is arguably the most electrifying player in NFL Draft. He’s a threat to score every time he touches the ball and should provide an immediate boost to one of the blandest offenses in football betting.

With the second pick in the first round look for the Niners address the O-line needs and take a player like Idaho’s G Mike Iupati.

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