2012 NFL Draft: David DeCastro, Courtney Upshaw and the Biggest Steals

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2012 NFL Draft: David DeCastro, Courtney Upshaw and the Biggest Steals
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When we examine the plight of a player in free-fall on draft weekend, we view the whole thing as a negative experience; bringing us back to the schoolyard days when we were always worried about being picked last (of course, we didn't get paid a million dollars for dodgeball).

It may not be fun to tumble through the draft, but what about the other side of things? What about when an organization pulls off the heist of the season when a coveted player drops right into their laps where they never thought he could?

A player's unprecedented fall can shake up the entire draft by changing teams' big boards sparking trades or the famous "taking the best player available" strategy. 

When a player drops, thievery abounds. 

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