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Samuel L. Jackson


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I dunno if you guys do this, or even knew about it... but...

If you go to, you can change variables to your beliefs for teams' needs, project trades (put teams in place of other teams for each draft pick number), and run the draft in simulation...

It is a fun time waster this time of year, and if you tweak it enough, it can be pretty accurate...

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the consensus mock has us taking ol timmy The Golden Calf of Bristol.........

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i kept getting The Golden Calf of Bristol in the 2nd. blah.

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I put my projected trade with Kansas City in and bump our needs for OLB and WR up... I also have us trading down in the 2nd with Seattle and picking up an extra 4th and 6th (they take Jahvid Best at 48)...

2(36). Golden Tate, WR Notre Dame

2(60). Tyson Alualu, DT California

3(78). Thad Gibson, OLB Ohio St.

4(104). Tony Pike, QB, Cincinnati

4(112). Jermaine Cunningham, DE Florida

5(136). Brandon Carter, G Texas Tech

6(175). Antonio Brown, WR Central Michigan

6(176). Walter Thurmond, CB Oregon

6(202). Leigh Tiffin, K Alabama

6(204). Terrell Skinner, SS Maryland

7(223). Cameron Sheffield, LB Troy

7(249). David Reed, WR Utah

Not bad at all... if it could only play out that way...

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