Found March 20, 2013 on Football Extra Points:
The Chiefs and Jaguars set the table for the first round and will shape the entire first round. Round 1TeamPick 1ChiefsOT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M After cutting RT Eric Winston, the Chiefs add Joeckel, the best tackle in this draft will will protect Alex Smith for years to come. 2JaguarsOT Eric Fisher, Central Michigan Not far behind Joeckel, and with higher potential is Eric Fisher, who will also be a top OT for a decade in JAX. 3RaidersQB Geno Smith, West Virginia The Raiders finally get their QB, but if he succeeds in the NFL is the question. 4EaglesCB Dee Milliner, Alabama The Eagles signed two corners in free agency, but adding Milliner gives the Eagles a young talented secondary, and the ability to not have to spend numerous picks on guys this draft. 5LionsDE/OLB Dion Jordan, Oregon With Suh and Fairley, the interior defensive line is set for the Lions for a decade, but with adding Jordan, this could be one of the best d-lines in the game. 6BrownsDE/OLB Ba...
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