The NFL Draft last weekend proved many things. Teams desperate for a quarterback will not waste a first-round pick on one who isn’t the same as Andrew Luck or Robert Griffin III. Running backs were not worth the gamble in the first round, either, as none were selected for the first time in 50 years. The offense and defense start in the trenches as the big boys clouded the opening rounds, leaving a broken-hearted Geno Smith playing with his phone in the green room and then firing his agent this week because he fell to the Jets and their drama. …
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