The 2013 NFL Draft was touted as a fairly weak draft leading up to draft day. There were no big time offensive skill players that were thought to be worthy of a top pick Nick Bosa Jersey , so teams used this draft to fill other, less “sexy” positional needs on their team. In fact, eight of the first twenty picks were offensive lineman and five of the top twenty were on the defensive lineNow, about two years later, we have seen that the projections were mostly right, as very few solid skill players have emerged from this draft. The quarterbacks and wide receivers that were taken in the draft have not lived up to their expectations, even though those expectations were low. However D.K. Metcalf Jersey , one position in this draft that is a bright spot in retrospect is running back. The first four running backs taken in the draft have all become starters for their teams and a few are now among the best in the league.The rest of the first round of this draft was fairly hit and miss, with certain players not living up to their draft spot, and others who far surpassed the expectations placed on them when they were drafted. For example, lineman who were taken later in the draft are surpassing those who were taken early.So, what would happen if the NFL GMs were able to see two years in the future ahead of the 2013 NFL Draft? The picks would without a doubt change and certain teams would have to completely revamp their draft boards. Well, that fantasy scenario has been brought to life here as we set out to re-draft the Top 20 picks of the 2013 NFL Draft. Fans attending the Super Bowl in Minneapolis will have the chance to go through security screening off-site, and out of the elements.

NFL Chief Security Officer Cathy Lanier says this is the first time remote satellite checkpoints are being used for a Super Bowl Jamel Dean Jersey , and she says it’s by far the easiest way to get to the game. Fans can be screened at the Mall of America, then take a light rail to U.S. Bank Stadium.

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen says there’s no threat to the Super Bowl. But people will see more security.

Rick Thornton, special agent in charge with the FBI, says it is game time for law enforcement. He says authorities have planned for every scenario and are ready.