Yet another NFL draft is in the books and, unsurprisingly enough, there was no shortage of unpredictable picks in 2012.
Andrew Luck to the Indianapolis Colts and Robert Griffin III to the Washington Redskins were already set in stone before the draft even opened, but the real drama started when the Minnesota Vikings were on the clock with pick No. 3. Trade after trade was announced by commissioner Roger Goodell on the very first night of the draft as teams scrambled to make sure their player was still available.
Now that the clock has stopped, it's time to examine which teams really reached for a player and which teams drafted a player they really didn't need. 10 picks made us scratch our heads, and nobody would have ever guessed they were coming.