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Old 04-25-2013   #18
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Default Re: How into draft R U?

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(ahem) Meh...

(Dread-head turns and slowly ascends the mountain)


Sorry...over the years there have been too MANY guys who were undrafted who went on to make HUGE differences. E.g. Arian Foster & Priest Holmes

There've been TOO MANY guys who were drafted late who weren't expected to do much and did GREAT Ben Roethlisburger & Tom Brady come to mind.

And WAY TOO MANY guys drafted high who didn't do ISHT when they got to the NFL e.g. Red Grange, Doug Flutie, Reggie Bush, Ryan Leaf, Ricky Williams, Vince Young, Tim Tebow and FAR too many chumps to name for me to get excited about the draft. Sorry being good in college is no indicator how good you're going to be in the NFL. One man's opinion.
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