5:30 pm | Rock Mayock chatted with Jaboner Jackson about the concluded 2011 NFL Draft. Highlights included:
By Jaboner Jackson 11:30 pm | In keeping up with the philosophy of Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders, here is the breakdown of the 2011 draft class, based purely on 40-yard dash times. As Hue Jackson (aka Hue Jackman aka Wolverine) said during his presser following Round 1, the Raiders “don’t run from speed, we run to speed.”
Posted by Rock Mayock 11:00 PM from Los Angeles With the 2011 NFL draft concluded, it is time to start evaluating who were the big winners and losers. After careful analysis (5 PBRs and twice slices of peperoni), the verdict is in on who the big winner for the Draft…. Mike Holmgren and the Cleveland Browns.
By Jaboner Jackson 10 am | Exiled ex-Raider, Mike Lombardi, of NFL Network, reported that the Raiders were in play to get Colin Kaepernick yesterday. Besides the fact that Lombardi has been wrong about everything Raiders-related since he was kicked to the curb by Uncle Al a few years ago, the fact of the matter is that the Raiders were not legitimately interested in the Reno quarterback. They could have traded up to get Kaepernick if they wanted to but elected not to do so.
By Jaboner Jackson 10:30 pm | Today was a big day. Not only did the NFL hold Rounds 2 and 3 of the Draft but Rock Mayock’s Name The Pec was revealed today as none other than my less handsome, less intelligent twin, Vin Diesel. Here is the breakdown of Day 2 of the NFL Draft, Fast and Furious edition:
Posted by Rock Mayock 2:00AM from NYC Round 1 of the 2011 NFL Draft is in the books. Needless to say, there were some moves this afternoon that left your boy Rock Mayock, as well as many other talent scouts and front office shaking our heads. Here are my top 5 WTF moves of the day.
By Jaboner Jackson 9 pm | Our Draft PHD, Rock Mayock, will have his NFL Draft analysis from New York tonight. In the meanwhile, here are some quick hits on Round 1:
Posted by Rock Mayock 2:19 AM from NYC You heard it hear first, sports fans. I was at Scores this evening taking in some pre-draft day entertainment when I saw two gentlemen who looked eerily similar to Ron Rivera and Marty Hurney having a couple of drinks and throwing dollar bills on the main stage. Although it was next to impossible to hear anything they were saying over Nine Inch Nails blaring in the background, I am positive I could read Marty’s lips mouthing “OK, Dareus number one.”