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Not very realistic but i drafted a new team

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For instance Felton is a RB that can play slot WR. In my first mock, i took Carter becuae his scouting report said he'd be valuable catching the ball. 

Also, Eichenberg at Tackle doesnt fit the freaky athlete profile but is thought to be a plug and play type. If Greg Little flames out, hes a guy that can keep the qb clean at least. 

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