NFL Drafts are Rubik's Cubes, with many twists, turns, possibilities, and variables to consider.
The first round is a Rubik's Cube about to explode.
You may think this team will want to take a certain position, but that team might think they have a bigger need elsewhere. Maybe they do want to fill that need, but not with this pick or on that player.
The result? Trades.
Or the team could reach and take a player nobody thought should go that high. What if a player was supposed to go 10 or 20 picks ago and he just fell in your lap? More trades.
Then there's quarterback roulette. A guy projected to go early could slip, and even though you have Brett Favre, can you really pass on Aaron Rodgers with the 24th pick? How about Jimmy Clausen with the 48th pick, or Philip Rivers with the fourth pick, or Drew Brees at 32, or Ryan Leaf at No. 2? Who will and who should pull the trigger on the quarterbacks this year?
The best we can do is look at players' stock and team needs and guess.