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Guys I'm gonba drive to my gfs gonna take me 15 minutes please don't skip me I don't pick till 13.

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Round 1

  • Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
  • Miami Dolphins (Trade from St. Louis 2-14) - Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor
  • Minnesota (3-13) Matt Kalil, OT, USC
  • Cincinnati (Trade from Cleveland 4-12) - Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
  • Tampa Bay (4-12) Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
  • Washington (5-11) - Justin Blackmon, WR, Oklahoma State
  • Jacksonville (5-11) - Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
  • St. Louis (Trade from Miami 6-10) - Riley Reiff, OT, Iowa
  • Carolina (6-10)
  • Chargers (Trade From Buffalo 6-10)
  • Kansas City (7-9)
  • Seattle (7-9)
  • Arizona (8-8)
  • Dallas (8-8)
  • Philadelphia (8-8)
  • New York Jets (8-8)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8)
  • Buffalo (Trade From San Diego 8-8)
  • Chicago (8-8)
  • Tennessee (9-7)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati 9-7)
  • Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6)
  • Detroit* (10-6)
  • Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  • Denver* (8-8)
  • Houston* (10-6)
  • New England - from New Orleans* (13-3)
  • Green Bay* (15-1)
  • Baltimore* (12-4)
  • San Francisco* (13-3)
  • New England* (13-3)
  • New York Giants* (9-7)

  • Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
  • New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
  • Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer
  • Cincinatti -> Cleveland
  • Cincinatti -> Cleveland
  • Chargers -> Bills

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The Bengals are on the clock. Pick will come in less than a minute.

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Round 1

  • Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
  • Miami Dolphins (Trade from St. Louis 2-14) - Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor
  • Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kahlil, OT, USC
  • Cincinnati (Trade from Cleveland) (4-12) Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
  • Tampa Bay(4-12) Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
  • Washington (5-11) Justin Blackmon, WR, OK St
  • Jacksonville (5-11) Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
  • St. Louis (Trade from Miami 6-10) Riley Reiff OT Iowa
  • Carolina (6-10)
  • Chargers (Trade From Buffalo 6-10)
  • Kansas City (7-9)
  • Seattle (7-9)
  • Arizona (8-8)
  • Dallas (8-8)
  • Philadelphia (8-8)
  • New York Jets (8-8)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8)
  • Buffalo (Trade From San Diego 8-8)
  • Chicago (8-8)
  • Tennessee (9-7)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati 9-7)
  • Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6)
  • Detroit* (10-6)
  • Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  • Denver* (8-8)
  • Houston* (10-6)
  • New England - from New Orleans* (13-3)
  • Green Bay* (15-1)
  • Baltimore* (12-4)
  • San Francisco* (13-3)
  • New England* (13-3)
  • New York Giants* (9-7)

  • Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
  • New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
  • Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Chargers -> Bills

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Rodger Goodell: With the 4th pick of the 2012 NFL Draft, the Cincinnati Bengals select Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama.

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Was richardson really worth two 1st lol

dink is on the clock

Dalton + Green + Richardson = Scary offense

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With the 6th pick in the NFL draft the Washington Redskins select, Just Blackmon WR OK State

Blackhawk went pick up his girl and wants us to wait 15 minutes lol

With the weather today in Indiana I'd rather not be blown away by a tornado or really high winds.

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washington interested in trading down to 8?

Possibly. Chargers would be interested but we just jumped 8 spots so I think we're fine

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Round 1

  • Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
  • Miami Dolphins (Trade from St. Louis 2-14) - Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor
  • Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kahlil, OT, USC
  • Cincinnati (Trade from Cleveland) (4-12) Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
  • Tampa Bay(4-12) Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
  • Washington (5-11) Justin Blackmon, WR, OK St
  • Jacksonville (5-11) Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
  • St. Louis (Trade from Miami 6-10) Riley Reiff OT Iowa
  • Carolina (6-10) Dontari Poe, DT Memphis
  • Chargers (Trade From Buffalo 6-10) Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina
  • Kansas City (7-9)
  • Seattle (7-9)
  • Arizona (8-8)
  • Dallas (8-8)
  • Philadelphia (8-8)
  • New York Jets (8-8)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8)
  • Buffalo (Trade From San Diego 8-8)
  • Chicago (8-8)
  • Tennessee (9-7)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati 9-7)
  • Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6)
  • Detroit* (10-6)
  • Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  • Denver* (8-8)
  • Houston* (10-6)
  • New England - from New Orleans* (13-3)
  • Green Bay* (15-1)
  • Baltimore* (12-4)
  • San Francisco* (13-3)
  • New England* (13-3)
  • New York Giants* (9-7)

  • Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
  • New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
  • Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Chargers -> Bills

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The Chargers select....... Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina

I was torn on him and DeCastro

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The Chargers select....... Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina

I was torn on him and DeCastro

They are losing lots of linemen...

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Looking back I probably should have taken DeCastro considering their o-line problems but everyone raved about Ingram on their board

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Round 1

  • Indianapolis (2-14) - Andrew Luck, QB, Stanford
  • Miami Dolphins (Trade from St. Louis 2-14) - Robert Griffen III, QB, Baylor
  • Minnesota (3-13) - Matt Kahlil, OT, USC
  • Cincinnati (Trade from Cleveland) (4-12) Trent Richardson, RB, Alabama
  • Tampa Bay(4-12) Morris Claiborne, CB, LSU
  • Washington (5-11) Justin Blackmon, WR, OK St
  • Jacksonville (5-11) Michael Floyd, WR, Notre Dame
  • St. Louis (Trade from Miami 6-10) Riley Reiff OT Iowa
  • Carolina (6-10) Dontari Poe, DT Memphis
  • Chargers (Trade From Buffalo 6-10) - Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina
  • Kansas City (7-9) - Courtney Upshaw, OLB, Alabama
  • Seattle (7-9) - Quinton Coples, DE, North Carolina
  • Arizona (8-8)
  • Dallas (8-8)
  • Philadelphia (8-8)
  • New York Jets (8-8)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati - from Oakland (8-8)
  • Buffalo (Trade From San Diego 8-8)
  • Chicago (8-8)
  • Tennessee (9-7)
  • Cleveland (Trade from Cincinnati 9-7)
  • Cleveland - from Atlanta* (10-6)
  • Detroit* (10-6)
  • Pittsburgh* (12-4)
  • Denver* (8-8)
  • Houston* (10-6)
  • New England - from New Orleans* (13-3)
  • Green Bay* (15-1)
  • Baltimore* (12-4)
  • San Francisco* (13-3)
  • New England* (13-3)
  • New York Giants* (9-7)

  • Atlanta -> Cleveland: Julio Jones
  • New Orleans -> New England: Mark Ingram
  • Oakland -> Cincinnati: Carson Palmer
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Cincinnati -> Cleveland
  • Chargers -> Bills

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The Seattle Seahawks select Quinton Coples, DE, UNC.

Edit: He is either a boom or bust.

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Looking back I probably should have taken DeCastro considering their o-line problems but everyone raved about Ingram on their board

I wish you would have, I wanted Ingram.

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