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2012 NFL Draft Results: 6 Best Players Who Fell for No Reason

It is a fact that every year in the NFL draft there will be players who are widely expected to be picked before a certain point—yet, in reality, they remain long after that point. Although a supposedly great player taking a back seat as other, seemingly lesser players are called ahead of him is interesting for fans, there is usually a reason why that person’s stock fell on the day of the draft.
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