Phil Gentile's blog
Wow I have so many questions after seeing this movie. Did I really just sit through two hours of that? How could not a single drop of blood be spilt in an action movie with hundreds of casualties? How could someone possibly disrespect my favorite childhood memories any worse than this?
Over the last thirteen seasons the Baltimore Ravens have won two Super Bowls. For a team that's only been in existence since 1996 that's a pretty amazing stat. Especially when you consider fourteen teams have never won a Super Bowl and four teams, the Texans, Browns, Jaguars, & Lions, have never even played in one.
As I'm sure all of you know, the Ravens have recently parted ways with several key contributors from their Super Bowl winning roster. Anquan Boldin was traded, Bobbie Williams was released, and free agents Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbe signed elsewhere.
1. Kansas City Chiefs - OT Luke Joeckel, Texas A&M
This draft doesn't have a clear cut number one pick but Joeckel is my guess now that KC has Alex Smith and decent weapons on offense.