2013 NFL Draft: Best-Case First-Round Scenario for All 32 Teams

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2013 NFL Draft: Best-Case First-Round Scenario for All 32 Teams
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The sights of the brass of all 32 NFL teams are now set on how they can improve their team through free agency and the 2013 NFL draft to give their team the best shot to play in Super Bowl XLVIII.

The question that every team now must answer is which players its sights should be set on in the upcoming draft. Not every team will land the player on top of its draft board, but for most teams, there is one player who should be an easy choice if he is still available at their draft pick.

In the following slideshow, we take a look at the player for each team who would be available for it to draft in a best-case scenario. This is a player who would be a great choice for both need and value at the team's current draft pick and could make an immediate impact to improve it in 2013.

While the players selected for each team are ideal selections for their team, players who have almost no realistic chance of being available at the team’s current draft slot were not chosen for their teams. For example, while the Indianapolis Colts would almost certainly love to draft Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel to improve their offensive line, the projected top-five pick will almost certainly not be available when the Colts pick at No. 24 overall, even if the Colts try to trade up the board.

Teams are listed in alphabetical order. Some players are chosen for multiple teams.

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