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Colts Biggest Winners as Draft Concludes

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The 2012 NFL Draft is all wrapped up and it's got some nice symmetry to it courtesy of the Mad Tweeter Jim Irsay, who picked his second quarterback of the event in Northern Illinois' Chandler Harrish with the final pick of the draft, bookending things with Stanford's Andrew Luck. The Colts were my big winner for their offensive plan of attack during the draft, although if they'd taken their second quarterback in the fourth round like the Redskins, that wouldn't be the case.

Winners and losers below and please don't forget to call me a stupid jerk leave your picks for best and worst drafts in the comments.

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