2014 NFL Draft: Early Predictions for Draft-Day Steals

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2014 NFL Draft: Early Predictions for Draft-Day Steals
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Months and months go into scouting players for the NFL draft by all the teams in the league. They spend countless hours attending games, watching film, putting players through workouts and crunching their numbers to determine which player is the best fit for their organization.

Sometimes the choice for a team is rather obvious (i.e. Andrew Luck to the Indianapolis Colts in 2011), but sometimes teams may out-think themselves, leaving other players to fall down draft boards.

In 2005, Aaron Rodgers slid down to No. 24 for the Green Bay Packers, and more drastically, Tom Brady fell to the New England Patriots in the sixth round of the 2000 draft.

Guys like Rodgers and Brady prove that steals can be found throughout the draft every year.

Here are early predictions for draft-day steals in 2014.

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