Since it's a snow day I thought I would pose the following to you all:
Take your favorite NFL team and pretend you can pick any one person from the college ranks to draft for next year's squad. Don't worry about salary cap or where your team would actually draft, everyone is up for grabs. Remember to keep your favorite NFL teams' specific needs in mind when making the pick.
My favorite team is Indianapolis. I think their biggest needs are defensive tackle and offensive tackle. While I kind of go back and forth between Ndamukong Suh and OT Trent Williams of Oklahoma, I'll go with Williams. The Colts need some help running the ball and having a solid OT doesn't hurt the protection of Peyton. Plus they have some young D-tackles that are showing some promise.
I'm interested to hear some others teams and their picks and reasons for them.
Falcons - Ndomakong Suh (no chance of getting him, though).
Chuck Lidell: I paint my toenails with pink and black polish. Problem is, I get more paint on my toes and on the carpet than on my nails. Any advice? Maria Sharapova: Don't you beat up other guys for a living? I don't know how to answer this.
Chiefs - so many needs at RB, secondary, and O-line. Hard to tell what they do with a likey top 3 to 5 pick because the best players are defensive linemen that probably wouldn't fit their 3-4 the best. I'd say Berry if he is still on the board otherwise Haden from Florida or the OT Okung from Okie State
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