Eric Winston discusses draft, etc.

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  1. JB

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    http://www.ericwinston73.com/index.html

    A good listen. Mentions something about a different type of weight training, standing up more? I know nothing about it, but it sounds like a good thing. Check it out.
     
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    I am excited for the season to start and I like what Eric had to say.
     
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    Winston is one of my favorite Texans. I love how accessible he is to the fans.
     
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    Me too, such a great guy.
     
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    Totally agree. First night of the draft I listened to Eric & N.D. Kalu instead of Kiper or Mayock. It was great!
     
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    I like Kalu until he kept going off about Dolt McCoy over and over. News flash, you don't draft a back up to a Pro Bowl QB in the 2nd round. When you need a RB.
     
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    Yeah, that got a little old. He was saying that for every pick after like #25. But it wasn't like Mayock or Kiper bad when they were gushing for their faves
     
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    He offers his perspective pretty well, good video.
     


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