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He fell in the draft like Aaron Rodgers, but is Geno Smith the next elite QB? You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. We're doing our discount double check to find out.  Blast from the past To get those memory juices flowing, Aaron Rodgers was drafted with the 24th overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft to Green Bay, after expecting to be drafted high, possibly to the San Francisco, who held the first overall pick. Instead, they went Alex Smith. What a poor move, in hindsight.  The teams following the 49ers, like many in the 2013 draft, had higher priority needs outside of QB. The focus in '05 was drafting players at skill positions other than quarterback, like Cleveland with the third overall pick who drafted now Jet fan favorite, WR Braylon Edwards. Only one other QB was taken on Day 1, Jason Campbell, who was selected by the Washington Redskins, one pick after Green Bay. (More after the jump...) Rodgers was not the only one surprised to ...
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