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NFL Draft Roundtable: Analyzing Best Prospects, Potential AFC North Additions

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Jan 7, 2013; Miami, FL, USA; Notre Dame Fighting Irish tight end Tyler Eifert (80) catches a pass defended by Alabama Crimson Tide defensive back Dee Milliner (28) during the first half of the 2013 BCS Championship game at Sun Life Stadium. Elfert was ruled out of bounds on the play. Mandatory Credit: Eileen Blass-USA TODAY Sports

“What player are you most afraid of seeing potentially drafted by an AFC North team?


Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eifert. Teams who had good TE last year abused the defense and with Rey Maualuga looking to still be the starting MLB they will continue the trend. The Steelers will draft a TE in the first three rounds and the Ravens current TE’s are both in the last year of their respective contracts. If the Steelers or Ravens draft Eifert watch out, because Eifert athletically makes Owen Daniels, who hung 9 for 91yards on the defense during the playoff game, look like Daniel Coats.


Georgia outside linebacker Jarvis Jones. I know he is slipping down many boards, but this guy is a beast on the field. He is an absolute play maker and is as good a pass rusher as their is in this draft. He would be an absolutely terrifying player to add to any of the defenses in the AFC North.


West Virginia receiver Tavon Austin. Again, a guy like that would rake in the big stats in Todd Haley’s offense. Just ask Jamaal Charles when Haley actually put him on the field. Other than that, Notre Dame tight end Tyler Eiffert in a Chudzinski/Turner offense in Cleveland could be a very lethal combination as well, knowing how they use their tight ends.

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