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    Ron Dayne's touchdown celebration.



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    2004

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    Hard to agrue against 2000.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    2002 was also a stinker. Other than the very frustrating and disappointing Shockey, we go absolutely nothing out of that draft.
    No one remembers who came in second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibbill View Post
    I'm having Jarrod Bunch and Cedric Jones nightmares just viewing those lists...

    2002 is pretty awful...but the past decade pretty great
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    Dayne for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan12 View Post
    98 99 and 00 were brutal
    Those where really bad but Dayne class of '00 by a hair!

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    The Cedric Jones pick rubbed on me in a bad way. God he was butt awful.
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    I think it was 03 when they drafted William Joseph. One guy I couldn't wait to get cut. Hated his attitude

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    In my memory 1994 was one of the worst if not the worst. Only Jason Sehorn managed to turn out to be something and only for a short time. Chad Bratzke was iffy but had more highlight moments than anyone else but Sehorn. I think he did better at Indy. Thomas Lewis was a reach at receiver who had to go through strobe light trainig to try to improve his catching abilities. Thomas Randolph was aseriously undersized corner. Gary Downs did nothing and found himself behind even Kenyon Rasheed, a UFA , on the depth chart. Chris Mamaulanga and Jason Winrow rounded out the suckness.
    Last edited by Rat_bastich; 03-09-2013 at 05:37 AM.

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