NFL Draft 2014: Prospects Every Team Should Love

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NFL Draft 2014: Prospects Every Team Should Love
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The NFL draft's silly season is almost over, thank goodness. The hyperbole has become too much, especially with the event pushed back into May, and the scant criticisms of the most talented prospects in this class are eye-roll worthy.

Ignore the smear campaigns and NFL teams' alleged desperate attempts to get great players to fall to them with lies and muckraking. We outline a super six of prospects every team should love at their respective positions.

No, you won't find any quarterbacks. The potential early first-round passers just might fall like they did last year. And, forget running backs.

"We treat our equipment people better," as NFL insider Adam Schefter's eloquent tweet quoted an NFL general manager earlier this offseason.

This slideshow digs into the other pivotal positions on championship teams. With each of these six prospects, we chronicle how cynics try to break them down and the more reasoned analysts build them up. Sure, you can knock any NFL prospect, but that won't keep every team in football from wishing they had the opportunity to pick them.

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