Breaking Down Every NFL Team's Best and Worst Pick of the 2013 Draft

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Breaking Down Every NFL Team's Best and Worst Pick of the 2013 Draft
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Whether it is one day or three years after a given NFL draft, each team’s set of picks are often collectively graded as either good or bad. In reality, however, almost every team’s draft class in every year has at least one very good pick and one very bad pick, with the rest falling on either side or somewhere in between.

None of the 254 selections in the 2013 NFL draft class have put on a pad yet for their new teams, so it remains very much unknown which side of the spectrum each pick will fall upon.

That said, with months of NFL draft scouting now in the books and the players slotted in with their new teams, we can take a look at each team’s draft and make an early evaluation of which picks were the best and the worst for their given teams, based on their draft value versus expected value, where each player went in comparison to the other players at their position and how each player fits the needs and schemes of the teams that drafted him.

Teams are listed in alphabetical order.

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