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Old 06-09-2013   #22
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Default Re: Football Gameplan's 2013 NFL Draft Grades - Texans

Another pathway for comparison is to look within division. Did Texans draft support above average results measured against Colts, Titans & Jags? Jags goes without question. Titans went conservative, ground & pound, don't think that's going to work either. That leaves Colts -
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-- The Colts' 2013 draft class:

1st Round -- No. 24 overall - OLB Bjoern Werner, Florida State

3rd Round -- No. 86 overall -- OG Hugh Thornton, Illinois

4th Round -- No. 121 overall -- OC Khaled Holmes, Southern California

5th Round -- No. 139 overall -- DL Montori Hughes, Tennessee-Martin

6th Round -- No. 192 overall -- S John Boyett, Oregon

7th Round -- No. 230 overall -- RB Kerwynn Williams, Utah State

7th Round -- No. 254 overall -- TE Justice Cunningham, South Carolina
Certainly OL interior heavy which suggests the Watt factor & anytime you can get inside another teams war room the smell of victory is sure to follow. While I really like picks no way their impact supersedes that of Hopkins, Swearinger not to mention OL & DL additions. Thus setting a clear path for Texans to exercise an easier run into the playoffs. Luck aside its time of the Texan
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