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2013 NFL Mock Draft

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Below is our 2013 NFL Mock Draft, which will be consistently updated throughout the entire 2012 fantasy football in-season and the 2013 NFL off-season. Also, check out actual Previous NFL Draft Results.

Round One

Updated: 4/25/2013 (Final Mock Draft!)

Created by: LukeB5301 (DC Forum Veteran)

  1. Chiefs: OT Luke Joeckel
  2. Jags: OLB Dion Jordan
  3. Raiders: DT Star Lotulelei
  4. Chargers(Trade With Eagles): OT Eric Fisher
  5. Cardinals(Trade With Lions): OT Lane Johnson
  6. Jets(Trade With Browns): QB Geno Smith
  7. Lions(Trade With Cards): DE Ezekiel Ansah
  8. Bills: OLB Barkevious Mingo
  9. Browns(Trade With Jets): CB Dee Milliner
  10. Titans: OG Jonathan Cooper
  11. Eagles(Trade With Chargers): DT Sharrif Floyd
  12. Dolphins: CB Xavier Rhodes
  13. Jets: WR Tavon Austin
  14. Panthers: DT Sylvester Williams
  15. Saints: DT Sheldon Richardson
  16. Rams: FS Kenny Vaccaro
  17. Steelers: OLB Jarvis Jones
  18. Cowboys: OG Chance Warmack
  19. Giants: DE Bjoern Werner
  20. Bears: WR Cordarrelle Patterson
  21. Bengals: SS Matt Elam
  22. Rams: WR DeAndre Hopkins
  23. Vikings: LB Manti Te’o
  24. Colts: DE Datone Jones
  25. Vikings: WR Justin Hunter
  26. Packers: TE Tyler Eifert
  27. Texans: WR Robert Woods
  28. Bills(Trade With Broncos): QB Ryan Nassib
  29. Jaguars(Trade With Pats): QB E. J. Manuel
  30. Falcons: CB Desmond Trufant
  31. 49ers: SS Jonathan Cyprien
  32. Ravens: LB Kevin Minter

* The Super Bowl winner picks 32nd and the runner-up picks 31st, regardless of regular season records. All other playoff teams are slotted based on their regular season record upon losing their playoff game. If a team in the playoffs and a team not in the playoffs have the same regular season record, the non-playoff team will select first. If two teams in the playoffs have the same regular season record, the team that lost first in the playoffs will select first. If two playoff teams have the same record and both exit the playoffs in the same round, strength-of-schedule tiebreaker is then used.

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