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Don Banks: Taking a second look at 2012 NFL Draft's first round

Don Banks: Taking a second look at 2012 NFL Draft's first round

CNNSI.com Updated Feb 7, 2013
With the Super Bowl in the books, we can now stand clear enough to view the NFL's 2012 season through the prism of history, all 267 games worth (256 in the regular season and 11 in the playoffs). Before looking ahead to 2013, let's look back one last ti…
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  • Rewriting History: Now that 2012 is wrapped, we have some persp…

    Rewriting History: Now that 2012 is wrapped, we have some perspectiv…

    CNNSI.com Feb 7, 2013
    Now that 2012 is wrapped, we have some perspective on last season's rookies. If teams could do the first round over again, who would they draft? Don Banks has the answer.
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  • Manti Te'o with Bears? Your thoughts

    Manti Te'o with Bears? Your thoughts

    ESPN.com Feb 7, 2013
    You knew this would come up, didn't you. When is the NFC North not in the middle of a national discussion of some issue or another? Here is all we know at the moment: The Chicago Bears are probably in the market for a middle linebacker, one who might ne…
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    Feb 7
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    Feb 7
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  • Don Banks: Taking a second look at 2012 NFL Draft's first round

    Feb 7
    With the Super Bowl in the books, we can now stand clear enough to view the NFL's 2012 season through the prism of history, all 267 games worth (256 in the regular season and 11 in the playoffs). Before looking ahead to 2013, let's look back one last ti…