2012 NFL Draft: Ideal 1st-Round Picks for All 32 Teams

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2012 NFL Draft: Ideal 1st-Round Picks for All 32 Teams
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In a perfect National Football League, all 32 teams would have the opportunity to draft the player that they coveted most. Instead, the teams of the National Football League must jockey for position to get the best value on the players who can help each team the most.

While many teams are not in position to make their ideal first-round selection, this is the player that each team should select in an ideal scenario.

Scenarios have been kept realistic (for example, Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III cannot be the ideal scenario for any team other than the Colts or Redskins).

Note: Teams are ordered by the first draft selection they hold.

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