I don't like spoilers but they're part of the Internet.
I personally won't be online during the draft, so I can't help. When we pick Ragland and the board goes haywire, I'll have to read about it all tomorrow.
This is common sense... if you get spoiled, it's your fault really. If it is so desperately important to hear Trey Wingo or whoever the heck it will be tossing to Goodell to hear the pick, just watch the show, and after the pick, come chat about it. Big deal. Someone could spoil simply by watching a different TV telecast since they aren't synced either. So is everyone supposed to wait like 10 or 20 minutes after the pick to discuss it to be safe not to hurt someone's feelings? The networks are lame for not being able to show the picks in real time because they have to squeeze in so many commercials. Perhaps it would make a lot more sense for people to follow Twitter or Facebook or site of your choice to get real time info and discuss it that way then listen to to TV chatter whenever they're done selling tampons or viagra for the 90th time.
1st: A)Ryan Kelly, B) Noah Spence, C) Karl Joseph
2nd: A) Nick Martin, B) Yannick Ngakoue, C) Shilique Calhoun
3rd: A) Justin Simmons, B) Sean Davis
4th: A) Joe Haeg, B) Joseph Thuney
5th: A) Tyrone Holmes, B) Michael Thomas (S. Miss.)
7th: A) Marshaun Coprich, B) Joe Walker
FAs: A) Sean McEwen, B) O.J. Mau, C) Darion Griswold
Definitely, my grandfather lived in Baltimore for a while and grew up watching him. He still pulled for Indy but always referred to them as Baltimore. I wasn't allowed to say the name Irsay in my house. The game sure has changed. I wish I could go back in time when players didn't get flagged for breathing on a player and defenses were actually feared by offenses.
Two very different eras and very different games. I started watching the Colts when Unitas stepped in for George Shaw. I have been a fan ever since but the move to Indy will always leave a bitter taste but it is what it is.