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    Childres's first flop

    If the draft today was any indication, we are in for a bigger headache then we had with Tice. Our picks were ok, bad, bad, and ok.

    2 Ok's was the best he could do???

    This is going to be a long season. The only positives people have been saying is our picks have potential. Thats just opptism talking. Every single kid picked today has potential. Some actually have skill tho and we missed them all. With the exception maybe of a OLB thats weak, but smart.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Have you seen all the players we picked play?

    That's what I thought.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    all i know is i have trust in our coaching staff to make the right decisions
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    Re: Childres's first flop

    "CCthebest" wrote:
    If the draft today was any indication, we are in for a bigger headache then we had with Tice. Our picks were ok, bad, bad, and ok.

    2 Ok's was the best he could do???

    This is going to be a long season. The only positives people have been saying is our picks have potential. Thats just opptism talking. Every single kid picked today has potential. Some actually have skill tho and we missed them all. With the exception maybe of a OLB thats weak, but smart.
    Unfortunately for you, everything you said was opinion.

    Steve Smith for the Carolina Panthers was said to be too small to play in the NFL at the WR position. Same with Hines Ward. John Randle wasn't even drafted! Rookie free agent who was too small to play DT in the NFL.. Yet, he somehow managed to wiggle his way into every Viking fans hearts, and make a prett decent impact. Let's not forget his awesome Farve/chicken commercial.

    You cannot judge ANYONE'S picks until the season starts.. And even then you can't judge them. 10 years down the line you can.
    Vegans are eating the rainforests. =(

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Normally people introduce themselves in the Free Beer Forum before starting new threads and throwing out their opinions.

    We'll wait to greet you there cctb !!

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Does anyone here remeber 1984 and Les Steckel?

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Yes, we drafted Chris Doleman in number 3 the next year.

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Why are we in big trouble? Did you see into the future? When Bledsoe went down the Patriots were screwed.

    2 oks....in whose book? Yours?

    These people are paid good money to research these guys inside and out. Are you?

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    Childress a flop?? And the season hasn't even started! :roll:

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    Re: Childres's first flop

    "umaguma1979" wrote:
    Does anyone here remeber 1984 and Les Steckel?
    :violent1:

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