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    NFL Draft

    Who will be picked 1st. Who will drop the most. Will there be a blockbuster trade.
    I think that the Raiders will pick the polished Quinn to go with their inexperieced coach. Russell is to much of chance- has a huge upside if he gets the correct coaching ...So what do you think
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    Hasselhoff in the first round. You heard it here first.

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    CANNOT WAIT...as a Lions fan this is our SUPER BOWL!!!! WOOOOT !!!!!

    Look for the Lions take another reciever this season!!!!
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    My prediction is that the Raiders will screw up their pick somehow. Not sure how, but they'll find a way.

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    Raiders will definately pick Russell. He's got the best arm, and the best instincts. Brady Quinn is going to be the next Jason White. Some idiot team will pick him though.

    My Pats have TWO first round picks (ILB and Corner). The rich get richer!!! :-)

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    The Raiders will decide that they really need a punter and draft one first.
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    Didn't they already do the draft? I mean, ESPN has been replaying round coverage non-stop where sometimes Brady Quinn is the top pick, sometimes he's not and someone else is...over and over and over. ESPN sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terrapin
    Raiders will definately pick Russell. He's got the best arm, and the best instincts. Brady Quinn is going to be the next Jason White. Some idiot team will pick him though.

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    You got that part right on.

    Even though I follow football in depth (both NFL and College), I really can't come up with someone that hasn't already been hyped. Sleepers are sleepers for a reason!
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    I expect Russell to go #1. I don't see anyone dropping too far unless teams are scared off by the durability issues surrounding Adrian Peterson. All I know is that I will be extremely disappointed if the Browns take a QB at #3. However, the Browns are in a great spot since either 1 of the QBs or Calvin Johnson will still be on the board at #3, so i'm hoping the Browns can trade down a few spots, get some extra picks, and still get a player that will help them immediately. Calvin Johnson will not slip lower than #4. I wouldn't be too disappointed if the Lions passed on OT Joe Thomas and the Browns ended up drafting him. Overall, this is a good draft but maybe not quite as good as last year's.

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