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Lout's Mock 1.0

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I was excited about the possibility of solidifying a high powered Offense with Blackmon. But, picking the #1 corner, with a DT/OLB in the 2nd, along with Beason, Gettis, Edwards, and a couple FA Defensive Signings...the full spectrum of the team could be crazy good.

I'm really torn on that 1st pick...guess its all based on position.

Being an Oklahoma Sooners fan, and getting to watch Blackmon.. I must say that Dez Bryant was better by far. Not to knock Blackmon, because I think he will be a good WR, but I think he is too hyped.

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Way to ruin my excitement.

Ruining excitement or saving from disappointment. Haha.

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