Welcome to the later rounds of the NFL Draft. The players that you might have heard of have long since been taken. For some of you, that might have happened an hour into the broadcast Thursday night. But that doesn’t mean that we can’t keep things interesting.
You know those games you used to play in the dorm or fraternity, watching TV with an adequate supply of your favorite beverage? Maybe if you were watching the old “Bob Newhart Show,” you had to take action any time someone said “Bob.” You get the idea. So here it is, my late-round draft game to enhance your viewing experience. When a team reaches for a player, you should be reaching for something.
So take the appropriate action every time one of the following happens:
Somebody says that a player is “a poor’s man’s (insert this player).”
A player is said to have “upside.”
A player has a “great motor.”
Each time Mike Mayock “bangs the table.”
When “value” is mentioned.
If a player’s character issues are mentioned.
If a player you have heard of is picked.
And please, play responsibly.