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So after reading NFCS message boards, our rivals came to one conclusion

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I would actually be worried if they said the exact opposite.

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New Orleans fans are this years version of Patriots fans.

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Bucs fans are the same tards they have always been.

Atlanta fans don't even get ESPN or NFL Network in prison.

So who gives two flying sh*ts what those idiots think.

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this thread his hilarious :lol:

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and their opinions mean....

about as much as the ones on this board. :D

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I'm sure all of them thought their draft was the best.

I think Tampa had a great draft, but it's almost hard not to when you have the number three pick. I loved their balls in drafting Williams, kind of like ours in taking Edwards. If it works out, and if Benn develops, they're going to be dangerous in the air.

I think Carolina had the next best draft. We didn't have a first rounder, but got one somehow anyway. No reach until the third, and most of our later guys are high risk/high reward types.

New Orleans probably had the next best, at least their's was better than Atlanta's. They got another CB for some reason, but the rest of their picks filled needs and they got some good talent.

Atlanta reached for Weatherspoon, but he sure fills a need. I just think they could have traded down a few spots and still gotten him. I don't get most of their other picks, it was like they reached all day long for needs rather than taking the BPAs. And they ended up with less talent than they should have as a result. Overall it wasn't a terrible draft at all, but it was the worst in the South.

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:rofl:

After reading their opinions, I've come to this conclusion...

PROUDIDDY=BUSTS DEEZ NUTS ON THEIR MOMS' FACES BUKKAKE STYLE

Lmao.

Atlanta fans don't even get ESPN or NFL Network in prison.

Just wrong. :cool:

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Bucs had a great Draft.

Atlanta got some good value.

New Orleans draft looks pretty weak.

I'd rate the drafts like this.

1. Bucs

2a. Panthers

2b. Falcons

4. Saints

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After reading other NFCS message boards, I came to the conclusion that a lot of our rival fans know less about football than my friend's ten year old son.

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Falcons fans wouldn't know a good quarterback if it bit them on the ass.

The best quarterback they had on their roster in the past 10 years was Schaub.

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How can anybody that knows anything about football think that Pike is as good or better than Clausen? Maybe Pike will be good 2-3 years down the road, but those college numbers he put up were more because of the system than his QB skills. Clausen, on the other hand, played in a pro offense, so he was doing the exact same thing on Saturdays that he will be doing on Sundays. If he turns out to be a bust, and that is a possibility for any of the QB's in this draft, it will be because of his personality and attitude, not because he doesn't have the skills required to play the pro game. I've watched that kid make every throw that every NFL QB has to make, so I'm not a bit worried about that part of it.

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