2014 NFL Draft: Which Positions Are Strongest, Weakest?

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2014 NFL Draft: Which Positions Are Strongest, Weakest?
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As the 2013 NFL season enters the home stretch, many teams don't have their eyes fixed on the playoff chase.

In cities like Houston, Cleveland, Washington and St. Louis that ship has long since sailed.

For the Texans, Browns, Redskins and Rams (and many other teams), December means playing out the string and jockeying for position in next year's draft.

Much of the early talk about next April's draft has centered on Louisville quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney, the leading candidates to be the first overall pick.

There's much more to the draft than those two players, however. Here's a position-by-position breakdown of which slots have the deepest pool of talent in the 2014 NFL draft and which are more like puddles.

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