8 Biggest Steals in the 2013 NFL Draft

I’m not much of a Draft guy and once again I was gone over the weekend. A great NFL Draft post by Sideline Mob.

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8 Biggest Steals in the 2013 NFL Draft

The 2013 NFL Draft is officially in the books. From #1 pick Eric Fisher to #254 pick Justice Cunningham – who has the greatest name ever for a Mr. Irrelevant selection, by the way – every pick has been scrutinized, debated, and agonized over. As Balls Out Radio’s analyst Steeze said on this week’s show, it’s far too early to  proclaim any teams “winners” or “losers”: the production of this year’s draft picks on the field will ultimately decide that.

What can be ascertained for now is the 10 selections that can be considered NFL Draft “steals” – the players who slid down to positions where the teams who drafted them got far more value than can usually be expected at that position. Whether a player had off-the-field issues, a recent arrest, or perhaps a less-than-impressive NFL Combine performance, there are many…

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