Regardless of whether business or personal relationships have motivated their assessments (we doubt that they have), Todd McShay and Mel Kiper continue to agree to disagree regarding the top two quarterbacks in the draft — Sam Bradford and Jimmy Clausen.
Earlier today on ESPN, McShay and Kiper were making “bold predictions” for the 2010 draft and, they both focused on Clausen’s status.
Said Kiper, “If Clausen’s not a successful starting quarterback in the NFL, I’m done.”
McShay then said that Clausen will not go in the top 10 picks.
“I’ll take that,” Kiper said. “I’ll take that one right there.”
So there it is. If Clausen is taken in the top 10, Kiper wins. If he isn’t McShay wins.
And some of you may say that, either way, the rest of us lose.