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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by PhiSlammaJamma, Apr 26, 2006.
If everything else is graded equally, you can bet it could play into the decision.
unfortunately that is probably true :sad2:
No doubt about it. Never forget who carries the checkbook.
STEVE BISHEFF, OC Register --That leaves Adams with the opportunity to pluck Young away from the Texans and make him the NFL's next, great superstar in Tennessee. Wouldn't that be a sweet dose of redemption for an owner who was forced to leave Texas?
"I have no comment to make on any of that," Chow said.
I get the feeling Overalls will say something different to that.
I think he has to do it. You can't let Houston get Bush, and not fire back with a marketable talent of your own. I only say that from an owner perspective. You need something to market and Young is huge. Leinart will never be a hype machine. He's interesting, like David Carr interesting, good looking chap who won't stir up too much trouble, and reasonably marketable, but Young is a hype machine. The nation loves him. And now he's an underdog once again. He'll be a fan favorite.