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Sam Farmer: Quarterbacks aplenty, but figuring who's going where has thrown NFL draft experts

ARLINGTON, Texas - Decoding the first round of the NFL draft is as simple as 1-2-3.

Problem is, there's no consensus on who 1-2-3 is.

It's a safe bet that at least two of those will be quarterbacks, with Cleveland choosing first, followed by the New York Giants and Jets.

Unlike other years when the top pick had come into reasonable focus by the eve of the draft, the opinions and predictions Wednesday were as fickle as the shifting

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