Ok, so that was pointless. I conceived of this entire process to find a new team to root for besides the Seattle Seahawks, and then they go out and put together the best draft of anybody. Seattle was able to draft for need in the first round and got 2 brand new starters in Okung and Thomas. Then they pickup one of my favorite player in the draft, Golden Tate in the 2nd round. I'm iffy on the trades for veteran running backs, but frankly I think running backs are a disposable position. It doesn't matter who the back is until he's 5 yards down field, up till that point it;s 85% on the offensive line. There is one exception to that, the 3rd and short back, that can pound for that needed extra yard after he's been stopped at the line of scrimage. And in theory that is what Lendale White does best. Leon Washington is the quintessential, "after the 1st 5 yards back," because after 5 yards he is a threat to take it to the house every time. So they got the perfect yin yang tandem in that regard, but it;s not like they didn't have thsi before with Justin Forsett and Tj Duckett.
No matter how good the Seahawk's draft was, it can't overcome Charlie Whitehurst. He's going to have to go Tony Romo for me to like him, and then I only liked Tony Romo in the first place because his name is Tony.
To be honest I'm more excited about the Seahawks signing Reggie Williams and MIke Williams, I loved both of those wide receivers in college and would like to see them make a comeback in the NFL.
I was really rooting for Jacksonville to do something exciting but they just dumbfounded everyone. Jack Del Rio needs to go. Chicago had a fist fight in the war room and didn't have pick in the first 3 rounds.
The dolphins I'm impressed with. The Ravens drafted well as always. The raiders traded for Jason Campbell and Dumped Jamarcus Russell, so they aren't even gansta anymore, just kind of ghetto. If someone signs Russell and he wins a starting Job, that would proabaly win my fandom.
Looks likes I'm going to be a training camp hold out.