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  • I have predicted it

    My mother's friend's son's girlfriend's uncle's nephew's babysitter's boyfriend's dad's boss's butler's cousin's father's niece's sister's mom's husband's friend's is Billy Devaney!

    And, he has just sent me these secret blueprints.


    I will now share them to you.





    To: Steve Spagnuolo
    From: Billy Devaney

    Yo Steve my man! How it been yo? How is the old lady? Well, I am now convinced on who we should draft on April 22nd yo! Check this out! It's off da hook.


    Round 1: Tim Tebow (QB)

    Analysis: Man Stevey! This here Tim Tivo is great quarterback. Tug McShay said so himself! T-bone's accuracyate, strength of arm, and the intrelligence of the QB mind is phenome...feno...great!

    Tom Tebo not afraid to bleed all over new jersey, and I like that in quarterbacks, especially franchise quarterbacks who want to be franchise quarterbacks for der franchise to succeed in the NFL franchise. His quarterbacking is so good, he make Gill Brandy say he look like Troy Aiknam! Timothy is should be our pick for first day of 2012 draft because he deserve to get pick because he bleed alot for himself, the Florida Crocodiles, and for the girlfriend.

    Round 2: Colt McCoy (QB)

    Analysis: I always say draft QB every year. Well thees year I say draft mutltip....meulti...many QBs! This class of QB is deeper than Tiger Wud's affair list! I made a funny! Colt Brenan is mazing QB. He QB so good, he make the Tivo guy look almost not good. But Tivo bleed more than Gerald McCoy so Tivo is better QB. Mccolt Coy is very big QB but people say he not big. Colt is big in heart, but small in bottom and everything eelse. Maybe Col need to tip toe to see over big fatty linemen and RB but so what? Joe Dirt The Montanian did too! McCoy should take some of that HG....EGSI....human growing hormones!

    Plus! The Colt and the Timm should make dual threat QB stystem with 2 QBs on field at same time! Defenses of the other team will be spinning with not knowing anything that will happen!

    Round 3: LaGarette Blount (RB)

    Analysis: So what if Blunt hit a fellow footballer? Players of the football sport are very emotiona....motine...have feelings too! He just wanteded to prove he big strong RB who plow over peple like the Bradnon Jacoby of the New Jork Eagles. That Jacob guy pretty good because he run over the linebackers and the QB and kicker! He run over everybody! Not like that Darbey bub that got backarm clothed lined by the refrerefee. The RB postion need tough runner, and passer, and Lagary provide both of the skills to play the passer and runner because he arm strength is good because he lay the the the the guy out. Stephen da Jackhammerson should love the Blunt because they make lightning fast duet on the field! Lagarrado also beat up some golfer, but the guy now playing at The Masters.

    Round 4: Toby Gerhart (RB)

    Analysis: Toby Gerhart very misunderstood human being. All he want is to be good running back. But his skin color is of very white, and that no good to be running back according to the yahoo.com man. Toby Gerhart is sensitivisational runner who light up the building with his amazing speed of changing directions! He play like black running back but look like white running back! How can this be? He love to play football, and we pick him to be our back up passer for Tebow and back up runner for Garety.

    Round 5: Travis Ivey (DT)

    Analysis: Ivory is big fat man human bear machine! He big bear and he eat the the offensive lineboys for lunch! he can eat Dominon Suh if he wanted to! This big boy can help Baskin Robbins and Cliff Ryan to be better NT because they all have buffets to eat and they share stories about eating to make them all eat more! Eating is good because the body need the energy and the protein and the nutrition viteminerals and the fat and the carbodratys because if no human eat thees then we all cavemen back to early people. Ivan take up huge space! he eat many things so he take up many space because he not tiger woods. he the one that hit tiger wood actually because that Eline woman pay him to and he did great job but dont tell anyone or else he be locked up for long time.

    Round 5: Zolton Mesko (P)

    Analysis: Josh Brown's leg may get tired very often because we punt so much and Donnie Jones is very very bad kickpunter and he not very satisfied so he do no good job. We bring in the Zeus because he big fellow. Big like the linebacker. But not as big as Ivery man. Thees guy resemble the punter Sebation Janiwowski because they both big like linebacker and they have similar name so they similar. Zohan will be very good of the kicking team because no one mess with the Zohan. He big. Big like Janiswowski and big like linebacker. He also can play QB behind Tivo because he bigger than McCoy so he can take damage unlike that BRadford who cannot take shrapnel because he weakling.

    Round 6: TRADE FOR PLAYERS

    Round 7: TRADE FOR PLAYERS

    Round 7: TRADE FOR PLAYERS

    Analysis: A Lion wouldn't cheat, but a Tiger Wood! Hahahahah made a funny.

    Round 7: John McEnroe (EVERYTHING)

    Last edited by RockinRam; -04-21-2010, 05:39 PM.

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    Re: I have predicted it

    Originally posted by RockinRam View Post
    Well thees year I say draft mutltip....meulti...many QBs!

    So what if Blunt hit a fellow footballer? Players of the football sport are very emotiona....motine...have feelings too!


    Round 7: John McEnroe Jr. (EVERYTHING)

    OK I'll give it to you I laughed
    Also Hell ya on the Johnny Mac pick.

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      Johnny Mac is sensational tennis player and should convert to football no problemo.

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      • #4
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        Good stuff make it so

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          Hahaha...are you drunk my man? Draft parties aren't until tomorrow!

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            Is Nadal predicted to be gone by then? I'll bet Sampras could be had as an undrafted FA.

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              Originally posted by berg8309 View Post
              Is Nadal predicted to be gone by then? I'll bet Sampras could be had as an undrafted FA.
              Oh no no no. Nadal is never going to be drafted. His knee is too much of a question mark. His production is going down.


              And Sampras is a future hall of famer! He's going #2 overall, behind Bradford!

              I don't know about that Federer guy though...he seems mighty scrawny...;)

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                Originally posted by Warner4prez View Post
                Hahaha...are you drunk my man? Draft parties aren't until tomorrow!
                Geaux Saints! :eek:

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