Chicago, IL (PRWEB) April 24, 2007
The experts at MadduxSports.com have created a full NFL draft preview for all 32 of the National League Football teams. Included in the preview of each team is information on their 2006 season, areas of need, and projected players and positions that each team will be looking to acquire this Saturday. For those desiring more information, links are provided to each team's NFL team page, as well as the current odds to win the 2007 superbowl.
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Concerning the NFL draft, one major question is whether or not the Oakland Raiders will draft a quarterback with the first pick or will try to fill another area. This is a year where the most talented player in the draft (Georgia Tech's wide receiver Calvin Johnson) could fall all the way to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at number 4 just because of team needs.
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