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What the Experts Are Saying About the New York Giants' 2013 Draft
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The experts all have a similar opinion on the Giants' decision to draft Damontre Moore in the third round. Do they think it was a good move?
Leading up to the NFL draft, the general consensus among experts was that the New York Giants needed to address their linebacking corps. Many of these experts had the Giants taking a linebacker as early as the first round in their mock drafts, like this one from late March by Daniel Jeremiah of NFL.com.

So, of course, the Giants proceed not to draft a linebacker at all. They also didn't select a cornerback, another need position, with any of their seven picks.

So much for listening to the experts.

Well, to be fair, the experts were probably right. The Giants will likely regret not drafting at least one linebacker and one cornerback.

There is no looking back now, though, as Big Blue will have to live with the fact that, for instance, they decided to draft a quarterback in the fourth round instead of addressing more pressing needs.

Here is what four experts think of that decision and other picks the Giants made during the three-day event.

All NFL Scouting Combine results courtesy of NFL.com.

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