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texaschief
04-16-2008, 02:26 AM
Let's have some fun.

We've got 32 teams. Each of these teams needs to pick a player from ANY football movie ever made. We'll use the 2008 NFL draft order.

Feel free to take a team, make a pick and give an explanation why that team chooses said player.

I saw this on some site. I thought it would be fun to see what "The Crowd" would do. It's all for fun.

I'll start:

With the #1 selection in the 2008 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select:

Charles Jefferson. DE (Fast Times at Ridgemont High)

http://www.tiricosuave.com/images/draft_charles.jpg

Bill Parcells has drafted a DE in the first round more times than not in his previous drafts. He's now responsible for rebuilding the Miami Dolphins and will try to bring in the next Jason Taylor to build his defense around. There is major risk in this drafting this player because it's rumored that Jefferson is expected to be the "Last King of Scotland."

texaschief
04-16-2008, 02:31 AM
ROUND ONE
1. Miami (Charles Jefferson-DE Fast Times at Ridgemont High)
2. St. Louis
3. Atlanta
4. Oakland
5. Kansas City
6. New York Jets
7. New England (from San Francisco)
8. Baltimore
9. Cincinnati
10. New Orleans
11. Buffalo
12. Denver
13. Carolina
14. Chicago
15. Detroit
16. Arizona
17. Minnesota
18. Houston
19. Philadelphia
20. Tampa Bay
21. Washington
22. Dallas (from Cleveland)
23. Pittsburgh
24. Tennessee
25. Seattle
26. Jacksonville
27. San Diego
28. Dallas
29. San Francisco (from Indianapolis)
30. Green Bay
* New England (pick forfeited)
31. New York Giants

royalswin100games
04-16-2008, 10:24 AM
With #2, St Louis selects: Earl Wilkinson, DE from The Replacements

St Louis could use another pass rush threat to take pressure off of Carriker. Earl Wilkinson's character comes into play though considering he was released from jail to enter the draft.

wolfpack
04-16-2008, 11:06 AM
With #2, St Louis selects: Earl Wilkinson, DE from The Replacements

St Louis could use another pass rush threat to take pressure off of Carriker. Earl Wilkinson's character comes into play though considering he was released from jail to enter the draft.
nice pick. for the chiefs i`ll pick the lap dancers from the replacements for our cheerleaders. atleast we can watch them when the chiefs are playing hermmieball.

royalswin100games
04-16-2008, 12:40 PM
nice pick. for the chiefs i`ll pick the lap dancers from the replacements for our cheerleaders. atleast we can watch them when the chiefs are playing hermmieball.

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royalswin100games
04-16-2008, 12:52 PM
Also, if it's ok to go out of order, The Cincinnati Bengals select Reggie 'Reg' Dunlop, C/Coach from the Charlestown Chiefs(Slapshot) with the # 9 pick. I know Reg is a Center on a hockey team but he provides much needed leadership to the Bengals. He's also not afraid to take an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for his teammates. :D

hermhater
04-16-2008, 01:22 PM
With their love of felons at QB Atlanta takes Paul Crew!

YouTube - very funny scene -- The Longest Yard


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texaschief
04-16-2008, 02:46 PM
With the #4 pick in the 2008 NFL draft, the Oakland Raiders select Lucy Draper-K (Necessary Roughness).

http://www.tiricosuave.com/images/draft_lucy.jpg

Sebastian Janikowski is getting old and inconsistent. This and the fact that Al Davis has lost his freakin mind and blown all his cap space, the only position he can afford is to draft a kicker and sign him/her to a 15 year contract at a grand total of $6 million. Plus, if sign a young, hot white woman for all his multi-million dollar players to play with, they won't have any law suits coming their way considering Draper will be under contract and making herself available to all "teammates" will surely be in her contract somewhere hidden deep on page 417 of 939.

hermhater
04-16-2008, 02:51 PM
With the #4 pick in the 2008 NFL draft, the Oakland Raiders select Lucy Draper-K (Necessary Roughness).

http://www.tiricosuave.com/images/draft_lucy.jpg

Sebastian Janikowski is getting old and inconsistent. This and the fact that Al Davis has lost his freakin mind and blown all his cap space, the only position he can afford is to draft a kicker and sign him/her to a 15 year contract at a grand total of $6 million. Plus, if sign a young, hot white woman for all his multi-million dollar players to play with, they won't have any law suits coming their way considering Draper will be under contract and making herself available to all "teammates" will surely be in her contract somewhere hidden deep on page 417 of 939.

Nice pick!

The Raiders actually made a wise decision!

http://www.chiefscrowd.com/forums/images/imported/2008/04/102.jpg

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texaschief
04-16-2008, 02:55 PM
With the #5 pick in the 2008 NFL draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select, Forrest Gump. KR

The Chiefs desperately need OLine help, but Billy Bob (Varsity Blues) seems to be a reach at this point. Gump, not quite the brightest guy in this draft, has amazing speed and never stops running. Carl Peterson shocks the world with this pick, but it's understandable considering the Chiefs' need for a kick returner since the loss of Dante Hall. Plus, Peterson wants people around him that makes the King look like a freakin genius and Gump will be a great start in that endeavor.

Surprisingly, Gump did not score the lowest ever on the wonderlic test at the combine. Gump's score of 11 is still 4 points higher than Tennessee Titan QB, Vince Young.

OTR Chiefs fan
04-17-2008, 12:15 AM
With the #5 pick in the 2008 NFL draft, the Kansas City Chiefs select, Forrest Gump. KR

The Chiefs desperately need OLine help, but Billy Bob (Varsity Blues) seems to be a reach at this point. Gump, not quite the brightest guy in this draft, has amazing speed and never stops running. Carl Peterson shocks the world with this pick, but it's understandable considering the Chiefs' need for a kick returner since the loss of Dante Hall. Plus, Peterson wants people around him that makes the King look like a freakin genius and Gump will be a great start in that endeavor .


Surprisingly, Gump did not score the lowest ever on the wonderlic test at the combine. Gump's score of 11 is still 4 points higher than Tennessee Titan QB, Vince Young.

:funnypost: :lol:

Classic!! That get my vote. :D

tornadospotter
04-17-2008, 10:55 AM
With the #5 pick for Kansas City, I pick the Water Boy! The Chief's need a well hydrated player!
:lol: :lol: http://www.youtube.com/v/oqhxLXjtM6E&hl=en