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    Did the Saints steal the Rams draft secrets?

    Okay, I don't honestly think the Saints stole anything, but had I seen this draft before Saturday I would have sworn these were the Rams picks. I recall hearing very serious Rams interest expressed by more than one source on each of the bold picks below.

    Not any kind of conspiracy, just humorous coincidence.
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    Rd Sel# Player Pos. Ht. Wt. School
    1 13 Brown, Jammal OT 6-6 313 Oklahoma
    2 40 Bullocks, Josh FS 6-0 207 Nebraska

    3 82 Fincher, Alfred ILB 6-1 241 Connecticut
    4 118 Lyman, Chase WR 6-3 217 California
    5 152 McPherson, Adrian QB 6-3 218 Florida State
    6 193 Jefferson, Jason DT 6-1 306 Wisconsin
    7 232 Verdon, Jimmy DT 6-3 280 Arizona State

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    Re: Did the Saints steal the Rams draft secrets?

    I said exactly the same thing after they picked bullocks in round 2. Gee, that looks like what i wanted for the rams with the first two picks!

    Big Bison, hope all is well. Are you going to post any post draft analysis from Granny Bison, i have been anxiously awaiting her views.

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    Re: Did the Saints steal the Rams draft secrets?

    you never know, GC. She may just have to give her thoughts.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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