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Had a fantastic dream last night

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We sold this years and next years 1st to move up into the top 10 to get Watkins, then got Dominique Easley with our #60 pick. Was a good dream.

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Sounds like a nightmare to me.

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What's with all the dream threads during the draft lul every year?

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I always have dreams that im in the military again and I can't find all of my uniform pieces.

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You dream about football? I dream about tits.

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I guess we're not gonna block anyone next year?

It's that new offensive theory. Have WRs and RBs play online so you don't know who is going to get the ball *derp*

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