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Who do we take?

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So real question here im not joking who do we take with the #1 pick in the draft?

I know i know cool story bro

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wrong forum.

and not a cool story, bro.

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Trade the pick for more picks.

You wouldnt like my other answer.

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Really who are the top players this year?

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Please select one: [too early / uncool story / incorrect forum / likely won't have number one pick in draft / thinly veiled way to whine about the performance of the team with alternate wording]

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I don't think it will be first overall. Probably top five though.

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Really who are the top players this year?

Geno smith. If we have the number 1 pick we will trade it.

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http://www.carolinahuddle.com/boards/forum/27-the-nfl-draft/

have the mods/admins jumped off the cliff?

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I don't think it will be first overall. Probably top five though.

Tell you the truth i dont even think we could beat the browns do you?

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the browns aren't on our schedule.

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