NFL Draft Aftermath

April 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The big excitement is over now. What has happened has happened, and all that remains is interpretation and analyzation. There's a lot more to winning football games than a good draft, but it certainly serves as a marker on where you team stands, and where it's going.
The NFL Draft, as I believe Mark Purdy once said, "forces teams to be honest and open about their needs."  And it was a weekend of brutal honesty.
So what happened? A couple huge surprises, an early run on pass-rushers, and every team trying to get a piece of possibly the most talented class of defensive backs ever. Trades out of nowhere, Al Davis not making mistakes, and a bunch of first-round talent available in the second and even third rounds. An affirmation that pro days speak louder than combines and you can't fake a highlight reel.
The most eye-catching acquisitions remain branded into my cerebral cortex...
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Buffalo—the Bills looked for the best player available in the fir...

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