Teams prefer piano players in the trenches

From bubble butt to road-grader, Matt Mosley defines terms that can help a casual observer become a true draft guru.

Originally Published: February 20, 2007
By Matt Mosley | ESPN.com

One of the most important steps in becoming an NFL draft guru is learning how to properly use words and phrases that leave your co-workers and spouse feeling inadequate and slightly dim.

It's also important to make constant references to a mock draft that you may or may not actually produce.

I like to keep mine hermetically sealed until the eve of the draft to stave off other would-be draft gurus who could use my information to suggest they nailed 88 of the first 100 draft ...

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