The Philadelphia Eagles hold the No. 4 pick in the 2013 NFL draft. This is our reward for suffering through such a crappy season in 2012. It also makes the draft that much more exciting and fun to discuss their options with a pick that high.
This is the highest they have drafted since 1999, when they selected Donovan McNabb at the No. 2 spot. Unfortunately, there are no quarterbacks coming out in this draft that scream “franchise player” and are legitimately worthy of the No. 4 pick.
However, that doesn’t mean Chip Kelly won’t take one at that spot because quarterbacks are almost always over-drafted in the NFL due to the simple rules of supply and demand. Very little supply, very much demand.
In general, this draft doesn’t have the buzz about it that some other drafts have had. That’s mostly because of the lack of skill players being projected to go in the top 10. As of right now, most draftniks do not have any players at QB, RB or WR ranked in their top 10 in terms of overall...