2013 isn't the year of the quarterback—a fact that complicates things for the quarterback-needy teams at the top of the NFL draft.
As the college season nears its end, the best players have established themselves, for the most part. Granted, we still have months of film to pore over, the NFL scouting combine and months of free time for players to either make or break their chances of being drafted.
But for the most part, we know which players are primed to become high draft picks. What we find near the top of the draft is a bevy of top-flight defenders.
Food for thought: Perhaps in a few years, offenses won't be quite as explosive as what we've seen the past few seasons.
Let's take a look at how the entire first round might play out if the draft were held after Week 12 of the NFL's schedule.