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Mel Kiper/Todd McShay Mock Draft 3.0: Splitting differences
 

 
Updated: March 10, 2010, 1:42 PM ET
Mock Draft 3.0: Splitting differences

Will it be Suh, McCoy or a surprise? Todd and Mel make their picks

By Mel Kiper and Todd McShay
ESPN.com

It's fair to say that defensive prospects continue to dominate regardless of who is projecting the early stages of the 2010 NFL draft. But a wrench has been thrown into previous suggestions that the top of the draft would be a decision between a pair of defensive linemen, and both Mel Kiper and Todd McShay have added several surprises to the top 10.

Both of our draft experts have changed their top pick, and even as a deeper consensus forms as teams address some needs through free agency, the two are split on over two-thirds of the first-round picks.

Some differences include where Earl Thomas could land, Jimmy Clausen's stock and how a deep group of tackles stacks up. But perhaps as no surprise, Kiper and McShay agree on an unconventional choice by the Raiders.

St. Louis Rams
1. Sam Bradford QB, Oklahoma
Kiper: The Rams passed up Matt Ryan for Chris Long and Mark Sanchez for Jason Smith during the past two years, and the results are obvious: They'll draft here. Their feeling has changed, and they have a chance to pick Bradford, who could have been No. 1 over Matthew Stafford last year. Questions still surround Bradford, but the Rams are now thinking it could be a greater risk not to take a guy like Bradford.

1. Sam Bradford QB, Oklahoma
McShay: Taking a quarterback at No. 1 overall has proved risky, and adding to the uncertainty are concerns about the spread system in which Bradford played, the fact that he was generally well protected and the shoulder injury that ended his 2009 season. However, Bradford has the accuracy and overall intangibles that NFL starters need, and if his shoulder exams and workouts are satisfactory, we expect him to be the Rams' choice.

Detroit Lions
2. Ndamukong Suh DT, Nebraska
Kiper: Detroit has made a pair of moves in the past week to upgrade along the defensive line, and adding a player of Suh's caliber here would put them in position to make massive strides on defense in 2010. They can't lose with Suh or McCoy here, but I give the slight edge to Suh.

2. Ndamukong Suh DT, Nebraska
McShay: Suh might not penetrate opposing backfields as consistently as Gerald McCoy, but he should quickly emerge as a three-down force along the interior. Suh could make the same kind of impact that Albert Haynesworth made in Tennessee when current Lions head coach Jim Schwartz was on the Titans' staff.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers
3. Gerald McCoy DT, Oklahoma
Kiper: It would be hard to pass up a potential Pro Bowl player and a guy whom many consider the best overall player in the draft at No. 3. McCoy should provide an immediate upgrade against both the run and as an interior pass-rusher, which should help the secondary in the process.

3. Gerald McCoy DT, Oklahoma
McShay: McCoy is the best pass-rushing defensive tackle in this class. His quick first step and relentless pursuit of the quarterback would be a welcome addition to a Buccaneers defense that tied for 26th in the league with just 28 sacks last season.

Washington Redskins
4. Jimmy Clausen QB, Notre Dame
Kiper: I continue to believe that Clausen will see his stock rise when he is physically ready to perform for NFL personnel. He has all the tools to become a solid NFL quarterback, and the Redskins need one and have a chance to develop one.

4. Russell Okung OT, Oklahoma State
McShay: Bradford would make sense if he's available, but reaching for Jimmy Clausen would be a mistake. If Bradford is off the board, the Redskins would be wise to solidify their offensive line with Okung, who is the top-rated tackle on the board and a player who is ready to step into a starting role immediately.

Kansas City Chiefs
5. Eric Berry S, Tennessee
Kiper: The Chiefs will race to the podium when Berry is still there at this position. He's a clear need fit and is exceptional value here, and Berry showed in Indy that his physical capabilities match his outstanding film. The Ed Reed comparisons are legit.

5. Eric Berry S, Tennessee
McShay: The Chiefs have bigger needs, including offensive tackle, but Berry is clearly the best available player in this scenario. Berry's range and ball skills would significantly upgrade a safety group that comes up short in both areas.

Seattle Seahawks
6. Russell Okung OT, Oklahoma State
Kiper: Seattle won't find the heir to Walter Jones anywhere on the virtually empty free-agent market, and Okung is an ideal replacement here. I see Okung as a steady player whose stock hasn't slipped all year. He'd be a safe, solid pick who would directly impact the team.

6. Bryan Bulaga OT, Iowa
McShay: Bulaga is not a special athlete, but he has enough size, balance and technique to develop into a solid starter in the NFL. Seattle's biggest weakness is at tackle, and it needs to stay ahead of the curve rather than take a chance that another top tackle will be available at No. 14.

Cleveland Browns
7. Jason Pierre-Paul DE, South Florida
Kiper: Pierre-Paul has the chance to be a dynamic star in the NFL if he continues to develop, and he would be a dangerous pass-rusher as he is now. With off-the-charts physical skills for his size, he's an exciting talent. I said before that he could be the Mario Williams of this draft, and I maintain that thought.

7. Joe Haden CB, Florida
McShay: Haden ran surprisingly slow 40-yard dashes at the combine, but we cannot find any issues with his playing speed on tape. Cleveland could opt for top WR Dez Bryant here, but from a positional value standpoint, we believe the team is better off spending top-seven money on a cornerback.

Oakland Raiders
8. Bruce Campbell OT, Maryland
Kiper: You could see the Raiders taking Trent Williams or Anthony Davis here, but Campbell fits the Al Davis profile. He's a need pick and maybe a reach, but he's also a stunningly impressive physical package, tops among all tackles available. Campbell has star talent, but his productivity is still a question. In a nutshell, he makes sense in Oakland.

8. Bruce Campbell OT, Maryland
McShay: Why not? A fringe first-round prospect on most boards, Campbell was the workout warrior at this year's combine, and Al Davis' obsession with height-weight-speed combos is well-known. Trent Williams would be a better choice but also would be a reach, and Campbell's physical tools are off the charts.

Buffalo Bills
9. Trent Williams OT, Oklahoma
Kiper: Dez Bryant could be a temptation here, but a versatile talent like Williams, who has lined up at left and right tackle, would help the Bills immediately. He would aid the run game and help whichever Bills passer is taking snaps stay upright.

9. Jimmy Clausen QB, Notre Dame
McShay: We think the Bills should go in a different direction, but they need a long-term answer at quarterback, and Clausen is the second-best prospect in this class. a.ssuming his surgically repaired toe checks out, he likely will be the pick.

Jacksonville Jaguars
10. Derrick Morgan DE, Georgia Tech
Kiper: Jacksonville won't stop with the signing of Aaron Kampman, not when it got two sacks out of defensive ends last season. Morgan is great value at No. 10, a remarkably productive and versatile player, and he would allow them to rotate in Derrick Harvey. Don't forget, it's not just about a pass-rush with Morgan; he's also great against the run.

10. Earl Thomas S, Texas
McShay: The surprise Kampman signing fills a need at defensive end, and although quarterback and outside linebacker are need areas as well, no player at either position would be worth drafting here. An upgrade at safety is needed, too, and Thomas has the instincts, closing burst and ball skills to be a starter from day one.

Denver Broncos (from Chicago)
11. Dez Bryant WR, Oklahoma State
Kiper: I had the Broncos taking Dan Williams here until they used free agency to add the likes of Jamal Williams to that interior line. Problem solved. Bryant fills another need and would be a downfield threat and the top wide receiver available for a team that is likely to lose Brandon Marshall.

11. Dez Bryant WR, Oklahoma State
McShay: Marshall is generating interest from other teams and may not be in a Broncos uniform next year. Even if Marshall doesn't leave, the Broncos have to get help at receiver, and Bryant is the best receiver in his class by far.

Miami Dolphins
12. Dan Williams DT, Tennessee
Kiper: Getting Karlos Dansby in free agency frees the Dolphins to take Williams, who will in turn help an improved linebacking corps by occupying blockers and disrupting both the passing and running games. Williams is stout, strong and underrated as a disruptive force.

12. Dan Williams DT, Tennessee
McShay: Jason Ferguson is a 35-year-old coming off a season-ending injury and facing an eight-game suspension. In other words, Miami would be wise to get help at nose tackle through the draft, and Williams is the premier two-gap player on the board.

San Francisco 49ers
13. Joe Haden CB, Florida
Kiper: A less-than-great 40 showing in Indy was the first zzzzz in the armor for Haden, but he's still clearly the top cornerback in the draft if you watch the film. If San Francisco opts to let Nate Clements go, Haden would be the perfect pick. Even if it doesn't, Haden has great value.

13. Trent Williams OT, Oklahoma
McShay: San Francisco's greatest need is at right tackle, so taking Williams would make sense in terms of both value and need. Williams has the physical tools and toughness to push for immediate playing time on the right side and quickly develop into an effective starter.

Seattle Seahawks (from Denver)
14. Everson Griffen DE, USC
Kiper: Seattle needs a pass-rusher on the edge of a 4-3 scheme, and Griffen both fits the bill and has a history with Pete Carroll. Griffen proved to scouts at the combine that he's a physical force. He could be even better in the pros than he was at USC.

14. C.J. Spiller RB, Clemson
McShay: This might be a bit early to take a running back, but Spiller could help the Seahawks in a number of ways. Aside from giving the ground game a boost, he also would provide explosiveness in the return game and as a slot receiver.

New York Giants
15. Rolando McClain ILB, Alabama
Kiper: McClain is the top inside linebacker in the draft, and the Giants would be thrilled to see him available at No. 15. Speed is the only question surrounding McClain, but he's an instinctive player with great diagnostic skills that make up for those question marks. He's also a fiery leader.

15. Rolando McClain ILB, Alabama
McShay: McClain has yet to run the 40 for teams and shows some inconsistencies on film, but the Giants would do well to get him here after the departure of the productive Antonio Pierce. McClain is an excellent tackler who shows elite instincts when playing at his best.

Tennessee Titans
16. Sergio Kindle OLB, Texas
Kiper: Kindle has proved surprisingly effective against the run despite questions about his size. But he has a long frame, could add some weight and has great value as a pass-rusher. He could be a great third-down edge guy in the absence of Kyle Vanden Bosch.

16. Derrick Morgan DE, Georgia Tech
McShay: With unrestricted free agent Vanden Bosch leaving in free agency, the Titans need an end who's capable of pushing for immediate playing time. Morgan is the most consistent and reliable end in this class on film and would step in nicely in Tennessee.

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 8 years ago '04        #2
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San Francisco 49ers
17. Mike Iupati G, Idaho
Kiper: Iupati isn't a tackle, but he is the most dominant offensive lineman in the draft class and could be the Steve Hutchinson of this draft. That he could go this high as a guard is indicative of his talent. A former defensive player, Iupati can immediately improve the run game and plays with a mean streak.

17. Jason Pierre-Paul DE/OLB, South Florida
McShay: San Francisco is looking to upgrade an inconsistent pass rush that didn't perform as well as statistics suggest last season. Pierre-Paul is a risky pick because of his lack of experience at the FBS level, but he has rare upside, and 49ers head coach Mike Singletary is the kind of motivator who can help Pierre-Paul reach his potential.

Pittsburgh Steelers
18. Anthony Davis OT, Rutgers
Kiper: Davis has all the physical tools to become a Pro Bowl left tackle and will represent great value at No. 18. Pittsburgh needs to protect and run-block better in 2010, and Davis' size and mobility make him capable of protecting the blind side and mauling in the run game.

18. Mike Iupati OT/G, Idaho
McShay: Owner Art Rooney Jr. has said publicly that he wants to see Pittsburgh returning to the smashmouth ground game that made the organization so successful in the past. Iupati is the top-ranked guard on the board and a mauler who could help the Steelers get back to their old ways of running inside.

Atlanta Falcons
19. C.J. Spiller RB, Clemson
Kiper: Spiller would give this team a home run threat and is a steal here, based on his Big Board status. His speed was confirmed in Indy, and he has the hands to be both a danger in the passing game and a return option. One reason he could fall this far: he's not seen as an every-down option. For an RB, that matters.

19. Everson Griffen DE, USC
McShay: Atlanta struggled to mount a consistent pass rush last season, so the Falcons should be in the market for an edge rusher. At 275 pounds, Griffen has the closing speed, athletic ability and power to make an immediate impact, contribute against the run and develop into a starter.

Houston Texans
20. Kyle Wilson CB, Boise State
Kiper: Atlanta's free-agent addition of Dunta Robinson is now Houston's hole to fill, and Wilson should be able to step in immediately to help the Texans' secondary. Wilson's stock is in solid shape after the combine, in which he also showed off surprising strength.

20. Kyle Wilson CB, Boise State
McShay: With Robinson gone, there is a void at cornerback, and Wilson is more than just a simple need filler. At the Senior Bowl, he showed the fluid hips, burst and toughness to make him an impact player and a good value pick at this point in the first round.

Cincinnati Bengals
21. Arrelious Benn WR, Illinois
Kiper: Even if the Bengals add a veteran wideout to pair with Chad Ochocinco, they'll still need to find a younger threat in the passing game. Benn displays speed, strength and strong hands and has the ability to help in the return game.

21. Taylor Mays S, USC
McShay: Wide receiver may be a more pressing need, but safety isn't far behind, and Mays would be tough to pass on at this point. There are clear concerns about his inconsistencies in coverage, but he has a rare blend of size and speed.

New England Patriots
22. Brandon Graham DE, Michigan
Kiper: New England needs help at OLB, and Graham could fill that hole. He has carried the momentum from a dominating season -- he led the nation in tackles for loss -- to an impressive Senior Bowl and combine. Graham is strong, uses great quickness and leverage and pursues well against the run.

22. Brandon Graham OLB, Michigan
McShay: New England re-signed OLB Tully Banta-Cain but needs to continue to address the position and bolster its pass rush. Graham has been impressive during the pre-draft process and has the burst, tenacity and consistency to make an immediate impact.

Green Bay Packers
23. Bryan Bulaga OT, Iowa
Kiper: Green Bay is lucky Aaron Rodgers was still standing at the end of last season. The Packers can't take that chance again. Upgrading the offensive line is a huge priority, and although Bulaga has had his off days, he's an impressive talent who moves well and has long arms that disrupt pass-rushers.

23. Anthony Davis OT, Rutgers
McShay: Davis is free-falling because of character concerns, but he's worth the risk here, especially for a team that needs immediate help at tackle. Davis is an excellent pass-blocker with quick feet and great lateral mobility.

Philadelphia Eagles
24. Maurkice Pouncey C, Florida
Kiper: The Eagles have a hole to fill in the center of their offensive line, and Pouncey can step in. He's not a mauler but is a cerebral, versatile talent who can play any of the three interior line positions. He's an ideal fit.

24. Sergio Kindle OLB, Texas
McShay: Kindle's versatility and ability to get to the quarterback make him a good fit. He would give the Eagles much-needed help at outside linebacker and could make it tougher for teams to double-team DE Trent Cole by lining up opposite him in obvious passing situations.

Baltimore Ravens
25. Jermaine Gresham TE, Oklahoma
Kiper: The Ravens aren't finished in their mission to find weapons for Joe Flacco. Gresham is the best pure tight end in the draft and answered physical questions in Indy. The heir to Todd Heap is the perfect weapon for a young passer.

25. Jermaine Gresham TE, Oklahoma
McShay: Baltimore addressed its wide receiver need by trading for Anquan Boldin and signing unrestricted free agent Donte' Stallworth. Gresham is the best pass-catching tight end on the board and would be a great addition to an already upgraded receiving corps.

Arizona Cardinals
26. Jerry Hughes LB, TCU
Kiper: Productivity was never a question for Hughes -- he was a sack machine in Fort Worth -- but he also has proved he has the physical skills to succeed as an OLB and as a dangerous situational pass-rusher. The Cards could use one. Hughes could help fill the productivity void in Arizona.

26. Jerry Hughes LB, TCU
McShay: Hughes would give the Cardinals' base 3-4 scheme the explosive outside pass rush it currently lacks. Bertrand Berry and Chike Okeafor are free agents on the wrong side of 30, and Arizona's two best pass-rushers are five-techniques Darnell Dockett and Calais Campbell.

Dallas Cowboys
27. Earl Thomas S, Texas
Kiper: At the combine, Thomas answered questions I had raised about his size. Although the Boys could use a tackle, if a top one isn't available here, the Texas product is a great fit for the Cowboys as a playmaker with cover skills at the safety position.

27. Charles Brown OT, USC
McShay: Brown is a bit of a reach here, but his size and athletic ability give him the potential to develop into starting left tackle. With Flozell Adams on the downside of his career, Brown gives the Cowboys an insurance policy at the position.

San Diego Chargers
28. Terrence Cody DT, Alabama
Kiper: Talk about his physical limitations, weight questions and lack of speed -- but that's beside the point. Cody is the quintessential block-occupying clogger who makes everyone else better. He'd be a perfect centerpiece for San Diego's 3-4.

28. Ryan Mathews RB, Fresno State
McShay: San Diego's decision to release LaDainian Tomlinson leaves it without a franchise back. Mathews' size and bruising running style make him a good fit for the scheme and a nice complement to scatback Darren Sproles.

New York Jets
29. Taylor Mays S, USC
Kiper: The best size-speed combination in the draft, Mays would fit with the Jets, who have solid cover corners and could use his impressive array of physical skills as a presence in the secondary. Rex Ryan could bring out the best in him.

29. Jared Odrick DE, Penn State
McShay: The Jets need help at defensive end, and Odrick would be a perfect fit as a five-technique in their base 3-4 scheme. He has the quickness, frame, long arms and toughness to push for immediate playing time.

Minnesota Vikings
30. Devin McCourty CB, Rutgers
Kiper: McCourty's stock has surged, and he proved during the combine that he has the speed to change directions and run with NFL receivers. The Vikes also could go for Patrick Robinson here, but I have McCourty rated higher.

30. Brian Price DT, UCLA
McShay: Stalwart DT Pat Williams is 37 years old and reportedly has considered retiring this offseason. Price is a disruptive force who could help keep Williams fresh, give the interior pass rush a boost and step into a starting role after Williams moves on.

Indianapolis Colts
31. Brian Price DT, UCLA
Kiper: Previously, I had the Colts taking Jared Odrick here, but Price is a superior option, a player who can beat or shed blockers and cause problems on the interior. The Colts should upgrade along the defensive line, and Price represents great value.

31. Maurkice Pouncey C/G, Florida
McShay: Indianapolis needs help at guard and must address its future at center, and Pouncey would help solve both problems. He's talented and versatile enough to start at guard this season and slide inside once aging C Jeff Saturday moves on.

New Orleans Saints
32. Sean Weatherspoon OLB, Missouri
Kiper: Weatherspoon is a perfect fit for the Saints, who need to add talent to their linebacker corps, particularly after the defection of Scott Fujita. Weatherspoon is a steady tackle who showed better speed during his combine workouts than many had expected.

32. Sean Weatherspoon OLB, Missouri
McShay: With Fujita now in Cleveland, outside linebacker is one of the Saints' top priorities. They are also reportedly focusing on upgrading their athletic ability on defense, making Weatherspoon and his blend of size and speed a perfect fit.
 03-11-2010, 10:07 AM         #3
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If I'm the Chiefs and I get Berry I'm ecstatic
 8 years ago '07        #4
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 Hurricane Ra said:
If I'm the Chiefs and I get Berry I'm ecstatic
Who you tellin. I hope we do take him if he's on board.
 03-11-2010, 10:39 AM         #5
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I slept on Graham, I hope we get him now though.
 8 years ago '08        #6
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If the Chiefs land Berry i could really see them finishing 2nd in the AFC West
 8 years ago '07        #7
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Graham :applause:
 8 years ago '06        #8
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If Bulaga falls that far, I'll be fine with that pick. He won't get much PT, since Clifton is back and if Chad stays healthy.
 8 years ago '07        #9
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 Main Event said:
If the Chiefs land Berry i could really see them finishing 2nd in the AFC West
Would be lovely bro but we gotta put the pieces together. SD is SD and Denver is tough and the Raiders are a qb short of competing.
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 dionedre3000 said:
Would be lovely bro but we gotta put the pieces together. SD is SD and Denver is tough and the Raiders are a qb short of competing.
Work on the O-line and thats a nice lil offense...San Diego is winning that division im not seein why the Chiefs cant take 2nd
 8 years ago '07        #11
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 Main Event said:
Work on the O-line and thats a nice lil offense...San Diego is winning that division im not seein why the Chiefs cant take 2nd
I think the oline will be fine. They just need some more experience together. Hopefully Charlie and Crennel get their respective sides on the right path.
 03-11-2010, 11:11 AM         #12
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Can't be mad at the Gresham pick..

Boldin/Mason/Stallworth/Clayton
Heap/Gresham

could be a beastly passing game in Baltimore this season.
 03-11-2010, 11:16 AM         #13
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What would be the purpose of Atlanta drafting CJ Spiller at #19 when we have Turner, Norwood and Snelling? It's well known and obvious that we need all the defensive help we can get. I don't understand Kiper's idea here.
 8 years ago '05        #14
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 A K G said:
Can't be mad at the Gresham pick..

Boldin/Mason/Stallworth/Clayton
Heap/Gresham

could be a beastly passing game in Baltimore this season.
to bad your qb aint all that great
 8 years ago '06        #15
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Would love to pick Wilson, just hope we get a veteran CB to help the kid....
 8 years ago '07        #16
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Damn, Hughes is a first rounder now smh. It is just a mock draft but I hope the Jets can get him
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 8 years ago '06        #17
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I like the mccourty pick but I hope kyle wilson slides to us.
 8 years ago '05        #18
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if lions get suh or mccoy ma f**kers playing us got problems. our front 7 gonna be up there with the best in the league. our linebackers are nice levy, peterson, sims, front 4- mccoy/suh, vanden bosch, williams, avril or hunter. i just hope in 2nd round we take a corner if we dont take berry in the first round.
 03-11-2010, 03:42 PM         #19
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 stevecham said:
By Mel Kiper and Todd McShay
ESPN.com


New York Giants
15. Rolando McClain ILB, Alabama
Kiper: McClain is the top inside linebacker in the draft, and the Giants would be thrilled to see him available at No. 15. Speed is the only question surrounding McClain, but he's an instinctive player with great diagnostic skills that make up for those question marks. He's also a fiery leader.

15. Rolando McClain ILB, Alabama
McShay: McClain has yet to run the 40 for teams and shows some inconsistencies on film, but the Giants would do well to get him here after the departure of the productive Antonio Pierce. McClain is an excellent tackler who shows elite instincts when playing at his best.


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Kiper is retard lol why in the hell would we take a offensive player especially a center when we have huge needs everywhere on defense?
LB, S, and DE are biggest needs and he thinks taking Center would help us somehow? Center doesnt win games for u
I would rather see Sean weatherspoon or Mcshay pick in Kindle...they're both good prospects and can start rite away...
if we take a center, imma become a fan of different team cuz they done pissed me off this offseason
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