2013 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Predicting the First 10 Selections

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Apr 26, 2012; New York, NY, USA; A general view of the 2012 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: James Lang-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Draft is coming up, and, as always, the draft has the potential to make or break a team’s future.

This draft class is a very interesting one, largely because it features a shortage of quarterbacks, but no shortage of talent. For example, while the Kansas City Chiefs, owners of the first pick in the draft, don’t have a game-changing quarterback to pick, they have a wide variety of options to choose from.

Teams in need of a quarterback have tried to make other moves in the offseason (which is what Kansas City did by trading for Alex Smith), but other teams are lucky to have other talent in the draft.

Which teams will pick who? Here are predictions for the first ten teams.

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Tags: Arizona Cardinals Buffalo Bills Cleveland Browns Detroit Lions Jacksonville Jaguars Kansas City Chiefs New York Jets Oakland Raiders Philadelphia Eagles Tennessee Titans

  • jim

    can’t see Ziggy in the first round, he didn’t dominate in a weak college conference.

    • Baily Deeter

      Good point, but he’s very likely to go top 10. There are lots of teams in need of a pass-rusher, and Ansah is athletic. He won’t be a star, but he can be good.

  • http://twitter.com/RickyBo60099188 Ricky Bobby

    Raiders trade down & draft Ansah.

    • Baily Deeter

      That could happen. I hear they want a LT too. However, I think pass rush overshadows that.

      They could trade down. I like the call.

  • paulbip

    Jarvis Jones does have spinal stenosis. It does not matter what his agent payed a hack doctor to say. Also, he will have problems in the faster NFL. His low regard for conditioning will also hurt him.

    • Baily Deeter

      I think the Browns take a calculated risk with Jones. Ansah is a possibility as an edge rusher, but I think Jones’ stats lead to him being picked here.