Green Bay Packers: Best-Case Scenarios for the 2012 NFL Draft

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Green Bay Packers: Best-Case Scenarios for the 2012 NFL Draft
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The NFL draft is not an exact science.

Sometimes it is, when a team has the first overall pick and knows who it wants to draft, but even then, the selection of a particular player doesn't always work out.

Sometimes notable players slide down in the draft, while other times, players that have a late-round grade get drafted pretty early.

Sometimes the draft of a particular team is set up by things like scouting, interviews, free agency, off-field issues and injuries.

The Green Bay Packers will have all of those factors in play going into to the 2012 NFL draft. The Packers won Super Bowl XLV and went 15-1 last season. Green Bay knows that it's a Super Bowl contender. 

A solid draft will enhance the Packers' chances of bringing home another Vince Lombardi Trophy.

But the Packers also need to have some good fortune for all things to go right for them in this draft. Here are some scenarios that will improve their chances of winning their 14th NFL title and fifth Super Bowl.

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