The 2013 NFL Draft is upon us and you should expect the unexpected. I'll tell you why.
It's a warm and fuzzy term for draftniks and NFL GMs alike. There is value to be had like crazy in the 2013 NFL Draft. The interesting part is that teams are operating under vastly different sets of values.
Evaluations of NFL prospects are all over the map, and through an entire season of Senior Bowls and combines and offseason events, one thing is obvious.
There are 100-140 very good players in this draft, and very few "tiers" separating them positionally.
This draft has been written off by the general public for its lack of sizzle at the top among quarterbacks and skill-position players, but this is a draft that numerous teams will come out of much better than they were before.
Here we preview the situations, and analyze how things are likely to shake out.
Expect the unexpected.