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Rams Park is "Value" City on Draft Day

The best way to describe the ebb and flow of the first day of the 2003 NFL Draft would be to call it a symphony in three movements. The changing rhythms and startling crescendos that made the audience pay attention for the next surprise movement were right out of old Joe Haydn's Modus Operandi. <br>

Rams Park is “Value” City on Draft Day By Rams Nation's Barry Waller Like the famous “Surprise” symphony that crowns the accomplishments of that underrated 18th Century master composer, the draft began slowly, almost predictably. As in most great classical works of music, the first movement was soothing and reassuring. The first five picks came and went, with a million way tie in... Recommended Stories

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