Annual Draft War Room question

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    Re: Annual Draft War Room question

    In response to bredbruu's comment:

    In response to NEGAME2's comment:

     

    Don't think I would care to be there, but I would loved to have  seen what happened last year when they ended up with Tavon Wilson

     



    yes, i would like to know who said "great idea bill" (kissing up) and who said "what are you smoking bill? can i have some?"

     




    I keep thinking they got caught in a time squeeze--they wanted to do something else, ran out of time and ended up taking Wilson.

     
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    $50 for all 3 days I would easily pay for that. Well worth the money, except I'd have to buy 2 TV's so I can watch coverage while watching war room




    +1 Good call

     
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    Re: Annual Draft War Room question

    In response to alfred-e-bob-neumier's comment:

    I have to say after watching last night's 30 for 30 ESPN special about the QB draft of 1983,



    Dang it!  I missed that!  How was it?  I will have to see if they are showing it anytime soon.  I know it will be on demand via cable but usually those are available in a couple weeks after the first showing.

     
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    Re: Annual Draft War Room question

    It is an interesting proposition! Though highly unlikely during the present administration. You've got a better chance of getting a seat at a top level CIA meeting. Let's face between Ernie Adams and Bill Belichick nothing of value would ever be discussed in an open forum for all to see!

     
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    Re: Annual Draft War Room question

    TFB12 I am one of those football geeks that will sit in front of the TV (when i am in the U.S.) for every minute of the draft. I would pay probably around $49.99 for full 3 day coverage of the Pats draft room.

     
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    Re: Annual Draft War Room question

    I might have paid a small fortune to hear the Patriots War room explode with laughter after hearing how many picks the Vikings were willing to part with for the draft rights to pick #29! I know they had to put them on hold long enough for BB to actually stop laughing and agree to make the trade,though it did break Joe Andruzzi's heart as he really wanted to anounce the Patriots pick. Maybe the Patriots let him announce the first pick in round two.

    Cool

     
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