Benefits that NFL Draft 2013 brings to several NFL teams
Numerous NFL fans throughout the United States celebrated the NFL Draft 2013 these past days, as they watched their favorite teams draft the best NCAA football players. A lot of these teams are looking to construct a future success on their lines while trying to discover the next generations of NFL superstars. Even if we don’t have a bigger picture on the April’s draft it is possible to see which teams are packed needs and helped position themselves the best for the upcoming season 2013. For the Giants and the Jets, the 2013 draft represents a chance for both to return to competitive play after both teams missed the playoffs in 2012. Despite the loss of key players such as the defensive end Osi Umenyiora and running back Ahmad Bradshaw, the Giants will likely maintain much of the team from last season, including quarterback Eli Manning and defensive linemen Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck. Nevertheless, by picking Ohio State defensive tackle Jonathan Hankins and Texas A&M defensive end Damontre Moore will help to improve on their 25th-best rushing defense. On the other hand, the Jets only exploded further speculations when they picked quarterback Geno Smith from West Virginia, their highest pick of 2013. The Jets will be left to decide what to do about Sanchez and the superstar sensation Tebow, both of whom along with Greg McElroy, rotated duties under that position during the season. If the Jets are to compete for the AFC East championship, they will first need to choose and put their full weight behind a single quarterback be it Smith, Sanchez, McElroy or Tebow. Further, by losing the stars Ray Lewis and Ed Reed the Ravens looked to have found a way to supplant these excellent players with their first two picks. In the first round they choose the safety of the University of Florida Matt Elam, who was a first team All-American last season. Moreover, during the second round the Ravens traded up to take inside linebacker Arthur Brown from Kansas State. This linebacker was the Wildcats captain during two occasions and is considered one of the niftiest linebackers in this draft. With the Ravens picking number 32, they took advantage of their following round picks. So NFL fans prepare to see these rookie players making a big impact since the beginning of the season. Additional, the Arizona Cardinals had the best draft out that any team on this 2013 NFL Draft. They smash their first three drafts as well as anyone has in the past two years. In the first round they pick the guard from UNC Jonathan Cooper. As the draft progress Cooper became widely consider the best guard in the draft. Is been 20 years since a guard hasn’t been taken in the top ten of a draft. Now with Cooper acquisition, the Cardinals will solidify a risky but successful line in this position. Moreover, during the second round, the Arizona picked the middle linebacker Kevin Minter, who has great qualities, and will become an immediate starter for the Cards. However the surprise of the draft was during the third round when Arizona drafted the impressive defensive back of LSU, Tyrann Mathieu. During 2011, Mathieu was a Heisman finalist and in 2012 he was dismissed from the team, something really rare. With the Cardinals, Tyrann will be under the eye of his former teammate Patrick Peterson and many believe he will be able to succeed at the next level, with his ability of making big plays when his team really needs it. They are some more teams that are also benefiting from the draft but let’s wait on the tip off of the season to look at the surprises. Right now as NFL betting is preparing for the new season, Bovada.com as some chosen favorites to win the Super Bowl XLVIII, the first five teams are the San Francisco 49ers with 6/1, the New England Patriots with 8/1, the Seattle Seahawks with 9/1, and finally the Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers with 12/1. Even so with these new rookies coming up on these different NFL teams, the props to bet on football for Super bowl favorites could change shortly as the new season rolls in September. Learn more about the top 40 draft prospects and how to use BettorsNet’s sportsbook software to maximise your profits during this NFL season.