2013 NFL Mock Draft: Highlighting the Biggest Downside to Every Pick

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2013 NFL Mock Draft: Highlighting the Biggest Downside to Every Pick
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When projecting the selections of an upcoming NFL draft, we look at how players can improve the teams who draft them and fill holes immediately. Often times, we expect that every first-round pick will come in and be a key player on their team from the beginning of their rookie season.

In truth, there is no such thing as a perfect draft pick. While every team sees the positives in adding each player they select in the draft, there are also negatives to each selection. Sometimes, the downside is that the player is simply not as good as they were expected to be, but it can also be a matter of teams drafting players who are not the right fit or do not fill positions of need.

In this mock draft, a potential drawback to each projected selection is examined.

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