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Old 05-01-2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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Default 2012 Winners at the NFL Draft

Even though the NFL Draft is over, it's time to see who were the biggest winners of the night. Some might say the Steelers were because they walked away with a solid draft pick. While others might say the Miami Dolphins were the winners because they walked away with Ryan Tannehill.





Who are your winners from the 2012 NFL Draft?
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Default Re: 2012 Winners at the NFL Draft

Bengals - They had such a solid draft, bar not taking DeCastro.

Dolphins - All the hoopla's around the Tannehill pick, but the guy succeeded in the same offense in college, could well do the same in the NFL. Jonathan Martin and Lamar Miller were 2 supposely 'first round talents' who they got later on.

Steelers - Gained two solid pieces on the offensive line and a 3rd down back/kick returner, plus Sean Spence who seems to have thrown everyone

Patriots - Rebuilt their defense with some early picks, took a risk late on Alfonso Dennard, a second round talent were it not for a charge of assaulting a cop.
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Bengals - They had such a solid draft, bar not taking DeCastro.

Dolphins - All the hoopla's around the Tannehill pick, but the guy succeeded in the same offense in college, could well do the same in the NFL. Jonathan Martin and Lamar Miller were 2 supposely 'first round talents' who they got later on.

Steelers - Gained two solid pieces on the offensive line and a 3rd down back/kick returner, plus Sean Spence who seems to have thrown everyone

Patriots - Rebuilt their defense with some early picks, took a risk late on Alfonso Dennard, a second round talent were it not for a charge of assaulting a cop.
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