Who starts at QB for the Bills, Jets, Raiders and Eagles? Who fills the leadership void in Baltimore? Pete Prisco asks a pressing question for each team heading into the summer.
Pat Kirwan examines the key position changes entering the 2013 season around the NFL that should have front-office executives, coaches and fans crossing their fingers that things go well.
Two QBs in the top eight. Two guards in the top 12. Two trades. Jason La Canfora processes all the (mis)information and comes out bold in his mock draft.
Protecting the quarterback becomes the theme with the first dozen picks of Clark Judge's latest mock draft, which starts off with the top player on the board, Luke Joeckel.
At this point, less than two weeks from the NFL Draft, there aren't a lot of changes. But Pat Kirwan sees the Raiders moving Geno Smith up to No 3 overall, shoring up things at QB.
The Chiefs will take Eric Fisher at No. 1 overall, Pete Prisco projects. He says this offensive tackle might be the best since his gold standard, Tony Boselli.
Tackles are the key to the top of this draft, and Pat Kirwan says the Lions can't pass up stud Eric Fisher when he's still available at No. 5.
The difference is negligible, but Pat Kirwan switches top picks. With the first pick in the NFL Draft, Kansas City takes Luke Joeckel instead of Eric Fisher.
With teams shifting from free agency mode to draft mentality, making one change near the top of this mock, switching the Lions from Barkevious Mingo to Eric Fisher at No. 5.
Tackles top of this draft, but the Eagles are so smitten with Geno Smith (Jeff Lurie attended Smith's Pro Day), they take the QB at No. 4.

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