What could have been.. NFL drafts..

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  1. Wolf

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    That's retarded. A safety #1. Oh, the experts would have really liked that one.
     
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    Is this guy smoking crack?

     
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    well I am suprised at 2003.. why still not AJ?
     
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    I find this one Funny. From the 01 draft.


    4. Cincinnati Bengals
    Justin Smith, DE Missouri
    WR Chad Johnson (2nd), Oregon State
    Cincinnati Bengals

    There are better players on the board, but Smith became solid after a lengthy holdout. Chad Johnson would do more for the Bengals.
     
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    AJ is a slight bust?
     
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    2002 is just plain dumb we should of drafted J.Peppers everyone knows that well except for some people that believe carr is still a better pick i dont see how but some homers out there do.

    2003 i like AJ i would not change that.

    2004 D.Robinson nothing wrong with that pick.

    2005 DJ would of been the better pick hell even Jamaal Brown would of been more acceptable than TJ.
     
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    they talk about antonio gates (undrafted).. well if that was the case why would they show him goint in 1st round.. heck the team could have drafted him in 7th
     


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    There saying that if the Teams could go back and do the draft over knowing how the players turned out then thats the way they would have more unlikely went.
     
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    Somewhat but its hard to blame it on him i wont blame anyone else but i think we know who is more at fault other than AJ.
     
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    If i could redo the 2003 draft i would pick Larry Johnson.
     
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    I think all this LJ love is hilarious. For years, while Holmes was healthy all you heard was "WHAT A WASTED PICK!!!!" and "LJ IS A BUST!!!", now all of a sudden he's the best Runningback in the league to everyone. I said it since the year he was drafted that he would be a beast, now I just wish I could find all of the people who said he was terrible and laugh in their face.
     
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    I like the JB pick, would have liked picking Sooner WR Clayton even more.
    And once again, DJ was not an inside LB and not a 3-4 OLB, so much for that.
    And we are gonna find out about Carr this year, once and for all I hope. 'Till
    then, '02 remains a ?.
     
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    Haha this would be hillarious. If this was the case, for the first two years of the franchise, our best offensive player would have been corey bradford. Safety in 2002 and DT in 2003, yeah those are great picks for a building expansion team.
     

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