2013 NFL Mock Draft: Captivating Selections for Entire Round-1 Slate

March 30, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

"Captivating" is one way to describe the 2013 NFL draft.
Because of the breadth of talent that exists within the offensive and defensive lines, this regular season will be emphasized more regarding the immediate point of attack.
For as explosive as some offenses are at tossing the rock, pass-rushers have taken advantage of the increased sack opportunities. So, to counteract a defense's aggressiveness, anticipate the ground game to make a more emphatic return in the fall.
Include the dominance of running backs Adrian Peterson, Doug Martin and Alfred Morris and the line of scrimmage is gradually taking back over. Meaning: a more physical game up front as opposed to high-powered attacks.
And that only enhances the marketability of teams needing to address the trenches as well.
Note: Highlighted players in italics.
1. Kansas City Chiefs: Luke Joeckel, Tackle (Texas A&M)
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