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I'm really liking the thought of punching John Gruden in the mouth right now. Seriously, is he on meth tonight?
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At least now we don't have to hear Johnny football anymore.

Where have you been? I had to work late... Oh these? Yeah, it was 'camo day' at work again .
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Trust me , we're gonna see this clown so much this year , we'll be wishing Tebow was playing.

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Ray Lewis has about as much insight as the rock in my front yard!!

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Oh I know... But Gruden must have said his name at least three times before each pick as if every team after the one that didn't take him was gonna take him. Absolutely ridiculous.

I hope the kid has a good career, but I'm thinking he will blow over just like the lake effect snows in Clevelenad. Here one day, gone the next.

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Ray Lewis has about as much insight as the rock in my front yard!!
Yeah, not so good.

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I didn't feel the Eagles took the best player on the board at the time.
While they do need defensive players they needed a safety more than a LB.

Till they traded down I thought the Eagles were going to take Johnny Football.
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<span style="font-weight: bold"> Pittsburgh's pick surprised me.....I thought sure, they would draft a WR or CB in the 15 slot...ILB...

This young man has allot of talent...We'll see what Dick can do with his elite speed & high strung motor..</span>
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Everyone seemed surprised at the Jags taking Bortles, from everything I was reading they were really high on the kid. I thought they might trade down to take him since they have so many other needs but it didn't shock me.

The Steelers pick shocked me, I hadn't really heard of the kid and he certainly wasn't anyone people were talking about the Steelers drafting. They say he is very fast and can hit like a freight train. Should make a great partner for Timmons in the middle.

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By the way what was the male cow excrement when Manziel walked out on the stage, rubbing his fingers together making the "money" signal. What a piece of.....work

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