LEAWOOD, Kan. Thats the beauty of the NFL Draft, isnt it? After a few drinks, everybodys a stinking expert.
"I just think Fisher has got something about him. Just looks like hes meaner," James Gutierrez said.
"When you look at him, you can tell hes looking to knock you down and keep you down," James Anderson said.
"Fishers the better athlete, in my book, I believe," Tommy Anderson said.
As the millionaires and talking heads rubbed cufflinks at Radio City Music Hall for the NFL Draft, the congregations huddled up in sports bars and man caves all across Kansas City to weigh in on tackle Eric Fisher, the No. 1 pick overall.
The firm of Anderson, Gutierrez and Anderson, Chiefs fans all, watched from a sweetheart table at the 810 Zone restaurant in the Kansas City suburb of Leawood, roughly 10 yards from a giant hi-def television along the wall.
As the pick for the 6-foot-8 lineman out of Central Michigan the first Chippewa and first Mid-American Conference player ever to be sele...