Re-Drafting the First 2 Rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft

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Re-Drafting the First 2 Rounds of the 2011 NFL Draft
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The NFL has just completed Week 5, where several rookies have already made a major impact.  We have seen three rookie starting quarterbacks, two receivers have 10-catch games and several defenders create a ton of pressure.

This biggest thing when re-drafting is looking over the teams current needs.  These current needs then need to be matched with talent and good draft strategy.  Sometimes, re-drafts look a lot like the original, which is a compliment to the drafting teams.

My redraft has a handful of the same picks but starts to really change as the draft progresses.  Don't be alarmed if you have a lot of the top 10 looking similar to the actual draft.

Please keep in mind that I went with the original draft order; avoid any draft-day trades.  This includes the blockbuster deal involving the Cleveland Browns and Atlanta Falcons.  Cleveland remains at No. 6 and Atlanta keeps their No. 26 overall selection.

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