April 26, 2012

Final Draft Thoughts: Best Case/Worst Case

Finally, after weeks of endless speculating and posturing, the wait is over and the NFL draft commences tonight. With trade talks heating up all over the league, it really is hard to foresee how this first round will shape up past the first two picks. That in mind, here are best case/worst case scenarios for each team (or as many teams as I fit in before I get bored): (Warning: These may or may not all be serious. I mean, come on, haven’t we all heard everything in painful detail by now? Let’s have some fun with this.) Indianapolis Colts Best Case: A random Washington Redskins administrative assistant casually comments that “it’s exciting to get the second best QB in the draft,” sending Dan Snyder into a panicked, ego driven craze. He immediately calls Ryan Grigson and offers the #2 pick, Brian Orakpo, Ryan Kerrigan, Trent Williams, and every draft pick until 2018 for the right to take Luck.

1 Comment:
  • its all about the mighty buck anyway??
    I was just interested where oregon players ended up

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