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  1. Christopher_Price

    Christopher_Price Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

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    To paraphrase the great Chad Finn, a few free moments for me means a few random football-related thoughts for you…. •Boy, Asante couldn’t get out of town fast enough, huh? What, free agency was, like 17 hours old before he was signed, sealed and delivered to the Eagles? Personally, I was a little shocked that after [...]

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    Nice catch on Jonathan Kraft's statement
     
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    J. Kraft's quote indicates to me that the team is excited about picking in the top 10. This is a slightly different take than past quotes from his father, who regularly claimed that the sweetspot of the draft was in the twenties. I am now a bit more inclined to believe the team will make its pick at #7 than trade down.
     
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    To me the draft is a hand of poker.
    For all the money involved at the top, picking at #7
    is like betting on a come-card.

    I always think back to Abdul the Rug Merchant's stall at the bazaar.
    "Magic Carpets," his sign said.
    "Some Fly. Some Don't."
     
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