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Kirk Cousins Remains Overrated by Some in NFL Even After Falling to 4th Round

The NFL draft is well-known for the rumors and innuendo that fly from anonymous sources, but those loose lips also open up after the draft. Pro Football Weekly's "Audibles" column this week has terrific thoughts from anonymous NFL coaches, scouts and front-office personnel: I can’t believe someone didn’t take (Michigan State QB) Kirk Cousins sooner. (Washington) took two great shots at getting a quarterback.
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