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Funny! Now, should I wait until the third round to draft him or go fanboy and take him in the second?

I didn't recognize the puppet at the 1:40 mark. Was that supposed to be Berman?

I'd wait for the 3rd round, but what do i know, i'm still undecided on my keeper this year, luck or jamal charles.. #fanboyproblems

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I'd wait for the 3rd round, but what do i know, i'm still undecided on my keeper this year, luck or jamal charles.. #fanboyproblems

 

Easy choice logically.  You'd keep Charles.  Emotionally, it's tough but I'd guess Luck is there for your next pick.

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