NFL Draft Live Blog: Day Two

April 29, 2011 – 3:39 pm by Ryan Phillips
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  1. 6 Responses to “NFL Draft Live Blog: Day Two”

  2. BEARS GM ANGELO IS AN INCOMPETENT G.M. SHOULD BE LET GO AND THE LEAUGE KNOWS IT. BALTIMORE SNAFU LOOKS AS BAD AS THE O-LINE DRAFTED SINCE HIS TENURE TOTAL EMBARRESSMENT TO PROFESSIONAL SPORTS. DUH MAKES CHI-TOWN LOOK LIKE CHUMPS AND IDIOTS. THIS GUY KNOWS ZILCH THAT WOULD QUALIFY HIM FOR EVALUATING FOOTBALL. PROFESSIONAL NERD.

    By apeman637 on Apr 29, 2011

  3. I am so stunned that the word shock doesn’t begin to express my thoughts and feelings of Ryan Mallet still being on the board this far into the 3rd round!

    By billygeorge on Apr 29, 2011

  4. The Cardinals coaching staff must be taking payoffs for their picks or just want to lose their jobs … Can you get any worse picks for round 2 and 3 ??? They reached for a so so RB in the 2nd … when a very good LB … which they need badly … was available at a value … then they reached into what the 6th round for a TE … which they could have had oh a hundred players better then him …

    By BagOverHeadCardsFan on Apr 29, 2011

  5. As long as the Giants keep Matt Dodge, we have hope to win the super bowl/

    By stinky on Apr 29, 2011

  6. I’m sick of Jerry Jones. If I could boycott ownership I would. I understand that as a fan I may not have access to the information the teams does but it seems to me that Jerry is acting more like Al Davis than Al Davis. Once the Cowboys personnel department was the envy of sports (not just football,) now we’re the laughing stock. Let’s look at this draft…
    1. Tackle – no brainer, even he couldn’t mess this up.
    2. Linebacker – ok, but a guy coming off an ACL, who ABSOLUTELY would have been available later in the draft. Why not try to trade down? Other teams did.
    3. Running back – At least they got some value here but John Moffitt, Will Rackley & Kendrick Ellis was available. All of them would have had better value and helped the team this year.
    Jerry’s problem is he always wants a home run and never realizes that if you get enough hits you’ll still score a lot of runs. Incompetence is becoming the norm for this once great franchise and it’s the fans who are the only ones suffering.

    By jazzyjf on Apr 29, 2011

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    By macbook on Nov 21, 2011

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