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10) Just ten minutes between picks decreased the ESPN yammering by 33%, which makes life 33% better9) Miami proved that they could overpay for a QB that didn't come from Philadelphia first8) Dallas got a good CB, which by the rules of NFL hype means that Dallas got the best CB in the history of the universe7) Eagle Fan is so happy to get Fletcher Cox, they're going to be really pissed off at me for giving him the nickname Chubby6) By drafting Michael Floyd, the Cardinals will give Kevin Kolb great WRs to miss all over the field5) Romeo Crennel stuck his neck way out for Dontari Poe, which is very impressive given that he actually has no neck4) Roger Goodell really enjoys the draft, since it's the only time in an NFL player's career when anyone even pretends to be happy to see him4) The Giants got a fumble-prone RB to replace their fumble-prone RB, but since the new one is small enough to be expected to go down on first contact, it's OK3) The Vikings are very exci...
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