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Help Pillage The NFL

Kind of a slow news day on just about every front. So to tide away the time, I recommend you visit Houston Diehards, where Chris has set up an interesting little recurring series to try to find the one player in the NFL that would benefit the Texans the most:

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Scenario: You are going on a whirlwind tour of the United States, specifically - to 31 other NFL cities. You will walk into each NFL team's front offices, and meet with their owner and general manager. You will very politely slap the ever-living spit out of their mouths, and say "thank you very much" as you leave with the rights to one player from each team, who will potentially join the Houston Texans.

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Rule #2: The picks do not accumulate. Treat each selection as if it were the only one you're going to get. In other words, if you pick, say - Albert Haynesworth from the Redskins, don't let that keep you from picking Haloti Ngata from Baltimore.

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Rule #3: In the interest of balance (and making this more difficult/contentious) for each division, you MUST come out of the selection process with two defensive players and two offensive players. If you're insane and want to pick a special teams player, that's fine (but you're insane).

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He's doing them by division, and they have left the NFC in the dust and gone on to the AFC West. Come on, help fuel the surge for Eric Weddle as we wait for the inevitable (in my opinion) conclusion that the player in question will ultimately be Darrelle Revis.

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