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    Carson Palmer #1 Draft Pick

    Carson Palmer signed with the Bengals for 6 years, and therefore will be made the #1 Draft Pick in the 2003 NFL Draft, finally, one of my predictions is right!

    Tim

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    I figured he would be, Leftwich is a good player but as far as all around quarterback Palmer has the edge on him...

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    I would still love to know when did this guy become a clear cut #1 guy? Is the draft that bad this year?

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    I think the draft is pretty bad this year. There could be some WRs that pan out.

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    Carson Palmer is a great QB, and will excel in the NFL. He is one of the few Heisman Trophy winners that I actually like.

    Tim

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    Originally posted by stkmtimo
    Carson Palmer is a great QB, and will excel in the NFL. He is one of the few Heisman Trophy winners that I actually like.

    Tim
    I think he is doomed in Cincinatti... that organization is run liek a mom and pop.

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    Originally posted by radioheadfloyd
    I think the draft is pretty bad this year. There could be some WRs that pan out.
    I agree, I think this year will produce alot of future star defensive players...There are quite a few good linebacking prospects coming up in the draft...

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    any mention of salary contract? Surprised Palmer didn't ask to be traded to a better team.

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    Palmer is a good pick but he will have more down's than up's in Cincinatti!
    They are getting a little better. Chad Johnson is a good young player, Dillon is a great RB & When will Warrick step up and play like he did at Florida St.

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