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    Slightly surprised at the patriots selections
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    Lamarr Jackson goes 32 to Baltimore love him top top pick

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    Lamarr Jackson goes 32 to Baltimore love him top top pick
    Considering the noise from Foxboro I was expecting him here
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    Minkah Fitzpatrick at 11 is a steal for the Dolphins. Adam Gase was keen on Rosen so when he kept falling I suspect there was a lot of thinking going on.
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    The leagues biggest radge, Martavis Bryant getting traded from the Steelers to the Raiders is a great draft day move since their main receiver Amari Cooper decided he was going to drop the ball alot last season.

    Im not familiar enough with the college game to pretend to know which of these qbs are going to work out and which aren't, but that Rosen guy is definitely the most annoying. Another reason not to like Arizona in 2018.

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    I hope Mayfield makes it, he seems to have a good personality and very talented as well. In regards to the Packers pick I think they done well with the trades and I haven't heard of Alexander before but the Packers fans seem happy.
    Dictionary is the only place that success comes before work. Hard work is the price we must pay for success. I think you can accomplish anything if you're willing to pay the price. -Vince Lombardi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haymaker View Post
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    Slightly surprised at the patriots selections
    I think "bemused" covers my sentiment toward our first pick. If the next pick ISN'T a prospect QB, I'll be joining Skip Bayless's camp of thinking about BB trying to repay the Patriots for making him trade Jimmy...

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    God bless them

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    You went back to your hotel room when it was done - hope you managed to take both of those lovely ladies with you (Mrs GreenLake would understand...)

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    God bless them

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    That VIP party looked lit


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    Quote Originally Posted by NOLA View Post
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    That VIP party looked lit


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    I have not seen any roaring atmosphere at these premium seat and suite holder events. Only a very few individuals can afford to buy that access and the majority are company executives entertaining clients. There are some very nice Charger executives who we get a chance to socialize with. One of them is keen to go to an EPL game with us during the London NFL trip and he is the guy who got us on-field passes at the Cowboy stadium last Thanksgiving. I hope he can do the same for us at the Wembley game.

    Hooters was smoking when I went back for a snack later!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    You went back to your hotel room when it was done - hope you managed to take both of those lovely ladies with you (Mrs GreenLake would understand...)
    Now that would be fantastic but extremely unlikely on both counts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenLake View Post
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    I have not seen any roaring atmosphere at these premium seat and suite holder events. Only a very few individuals can afford to buy that access and the majority are company executives entertaining clients. There are some very nice Charger executives who we get a chance to socialize with. One of them is keen to go to an EPL game with us during the London NFL trip and he is the guy who got us on-field passes at the Cowboy stadium last Thanksgiving. I hope he can do the same for us at the Wembley game.

    Hooters was smoking when I went back for a snack later!
    Nice one

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    The Browns drafting well.
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    Excited to see us take Mike Gesicki, looks like he could be a solution to a problem position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    Excited to see us take Mike Gesicki, looks like he could be a solution to a problem position.
    I don't get why, in the best draft QB class since the early 80s,you don't take a QB in the first round and instead persevere with Ryan Tannehill...

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    I don't get why, in the best draft QB class since the early 80s,you don't take a QB in the first round and instead persevere with Ryan Tannehill...
    Adam Gase likes Tannehill. I think if Rosen had dropped to 11 we would have taken him but there wasn't much chance we were going to trade up for a QB.

    We've taken another TE in Durham Smythe from Notre Dame. Gesicki is the cathcer and Smythe the blocker. Gase has always said Tannehill will flourish in his offence when we sort the TE position so I suppose the proof will be in the pudding.

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    Seattle draft Shaquem Griffin, the most amazing story you can imagine, to play with his brother who we got last year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    Seattle draft Shaquem Griffin, the most amazing story you can imagine, to play with his brother who we got last year.
    Not trying to be cynical but I think everybody was waiting on the hawks to draft him, Good luck to him

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    Not trying to be cynical but I think everybody was waiting on the hawks to draft him, Good luck to him
    I've been watching his pro day highlights. As an edge rusher you don't necessarily need a right hand. But in a game of tiny advantages, can you tolerate having a linebacker in coverage who physically can't pull off an outstretched hand interception from one side of the body? Time will tell. He's certainly got everything else you could want.

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    happy with the Saints draft, like how we are basically going all in for Drews last few years.

    Booked up for New Orleans in September. Should get to the first 2 games of the season when Im over.

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    Quietly chuffed with some of the Bears’ draftees

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    Mixed feelings, I wanted Rosen crystal ball would have been nice and could have saved ourselves our 3x number two picks over next two years but still, Delighted with Darnold thought there was no chance but fair play Mac has done well over the past few years trying to sort of the mess Idzik left us in. AFC East is going to be very interesting over next few years especially when Brady is gone could have been even more so if Fins managed to grab Rosen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hibsbollah View Post
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    The leagues biggest radge, Martavis Bryant getting traded from the Steelers to the Raiders is a great draft day move since their main receiver Amari Cooper decided he was going to drop the ball alot last season.

    Im not familiar enough with the college game to pretend to know which of these qbs are going to work out and which aren't, but that Rosen guy is definitely the most annoying. Another reason not to like Arizona in 2018.
    ...although Josh Allen is definitely up there as well in the 'im a cock' stakes, tweeting about white power and using the n word with regularity

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    Pretty happy with the Broncos. Chubb will be immense teaming up with Von going after QB's.

    Sutton looks like a good wideout as well.

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    Do any of you guys do a fantasy league?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EH54 View Post
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    Do any of you guys do a fantasy league?
    We have a regular .net one that runs every year, with the most EPIC drafting approach known to anyone. Anywhere. Ever.

    Don't know how many we have etc this year, but we should probably discuss it soon, as we'll need to get drafting shortly

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    If there is space give me a shout.. 😂 I'm awful at the draft end up all over the place with not even enough to fill every position 😂
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    Quote Originally Posted by EH54 View Post
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    If there is space give me a shout.. 😂 I'm awful at the draft end up all over the place with not even enough to fill every position 😂
    What we run is pretty well structured. Everyone will have a template to fill, that's a little like this:

    Team 1:

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    RB2:
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    Bench1:
    Bench2:
    Bench3:
    Bench4:
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    It typically keeps us on track!

    If there's space, you're welcome to join in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylar View Post
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    What we run is pretty well structured. Everyone will have a template to fill, that's a little like this:

    Team 1:

    QB1:
    RB1:
    RB2:
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    Bench1:
    Bench2:
    Bench3:
    Bench4:
    Bench5:
    Bench6:
    Bench7:

    It typically keeps us on track!

    If there's space, you're welcome to join in.

    Do yous do this yourself as apposed to the NFL fantasy draft available online?
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    Quote Originally Posted by EH54 View Post
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    Do yous do this yourself as apposed to the NFL fantasy draft available online?
    We use NFL.com's structure, but our draft takes place offline on a thread (or 2 last year) on here.

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