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Today's Top 5: Colt Brennan a Victim of Video Editing

1) I'm not sure why he's speaking out about this now, but Redskins backup quarterback Colt Brennan wants you to know that his now-infamous No. 1 fantasy pick of LenDale White, deemed [unfortunate slang for lame] by commissioner Chris Cooley, was not his first pick after all:

As I remember it, I said, "I'll take Lendale White," and Chris replied, "That's a [you-know] pick." But what you don't see was when that actually the 6th round, not the 1st. So while you all were probably watching, laughing, and saying, "Yea, what a [lame] pick Colt. You're so funny Chris. We love you." Please!!!

Brennan said he actually picked Randy Moss in the first round, but "Lendale has the 3rd most fantasy points by a RB, so maybe it would have been smart to grab him in round 1." (Chris Cooley)

2) Biography of Caps Coach Bruce Boudreau, likely titled Gabby, coming soon to a bookstore near you. (On Frozen Blog)

3) Former Redskin and current Steeler Ryan Clark honors Sean Taylor, gets fined $5,000 for it. Therefore, the NFL has no soul. (Mister Irrelevant)

4) The Capitals' goal horn is slightly offensive, possibly heart-attack inducing and, in my eyes, perfect in every way. (Stet Sports)

5) Booooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (Fire Jim Bowden)

By Lindsay Applebaum  |  October 31, 2008; 4:29 PM ET
Categories:  Caps , Nats , Redskins  
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Randy Moss is a worse first round pick than LenDale...

Unless it's a supremely WR-heavy league I don't see how you justify that pick. I'd have taken Tawmmy Brady in the late first round maybe...

LenDale in the sixth round is actually a great pick.

Posted by: pipkin42 | November 1, 2008 1:29 PM | Report abuse

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