Now that the 2013 NFL draft is over, and all the anticipation and emotionalism has subsided, we can get back to reality. And for this draft, like others, I can say the same thing I used to like to say in court when a witness let his education get in the way of his intelligence, “Your honor, the truth is not that complicated.” The reality is that perennially good teams are good because they pick good people for the particular job. Bad teams are bad because despite being good people, they pick bad people for that job and add bad luck as a companion. Another axiom fits: “Success and failure starts at the top.”
… Roger Groves dissects the more recent drafts of the Jacksonville Jaguars at SportsMoney.