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“This isn’t right, this isn’t even wrong” – Wolfgang Pauli, a critique on a fellow physicist’s paper that had suspect methods.

The aforementioned citation is applicable to current methods of evaluating potential prospects bound for the premier league. One cannot just develop a pseudoscience to find enlightenment as these arrogant bourgeoisie have done with said process. As done in the motherland to succeed personal bias must be set aside for the good of the country. Yet the null hypothesis cannot be rejected nor accepted, we must as a society find the dignified alternative to bourgeoisie operations. This being said computer numbers are still relevant by the science used is not defective. Al Davis knew what he was doing yet contemporary premier league requires proles not constructed in a lab. Statistics/Probability in the real world are obsolete as no wheel is perfect therefore goodness of fit tests do not mean a distribution fits a certain set of data. Plato once wrote his allegory of the cave, he mentioned how one that sees the sunlight cannot return to the cave for no one will believe what he has seen and cannot return to a life of ignorance. With regards to evaluations we must break the shackles restraining us from enlightenment and learn to see through darkness as to who is REAL and who is not.

1. Jordan Rodgers – Vanderbuilt – Take a chance on pure genetics

2. Robert Alford – Southeastern Louisiana – Abusive Jam to discontinue the emerging wes welker types in the slot.

3. Bjoern Werener – Flordia State – Vince from shamwow once said “Germans make good stuff”

4.Taylor Lewan – Michigan – Keeps his spot for proving he is a true prole and can dance with the best of them

5. Jarvis Jones – Georgia – Von Miller, Bruce Irvin comparisons will begin to come up but before them was Donta Jones from Nebraska. At the mercy of computer numbers.

6. Margus Hunt – SMU – Forged steal from the great USSR with Godly computer numbers

7. Mike Taylor – Wisconsin – A Specials prole in the premier league the next 7 years.

8. Jonathan Banks – Mississippi St – The Cajun List suspects he is one of Antonio Cromarties Illegitimate children.

9. John Simon – Ohio State – Muscle Guinea Pig

10. Tavon Austin – Tougher kids in a sandbox but Absolutely Cuts the back ass off a secondary

11. Star Lotulelei – Utah – Follows in footsteps of several other Samoan 0 techs

12. Luke Joeckel – Texas A&M – A prole that understands the value of the bourgeoisie positions

13. Marcus Davis – Virginia Tech – Perfect Triangular Numbers

14. J.C Tretter – Cornell – Tough as Train Smoke

15. Dion Jordan – Oregon – Propaganda suggests he lives and dies by his computer numbers

16. Johnathan Hankins – Ohio State – Typical double axehandle

17. Devin Taylor – South Carolina – Violent Gazelle but will be selected purely off of computer numbers

18. Tyler Eifert – Notre Dame – A true prole as “Boxer” was in George Orwells Animal farm projected

19. Keith Pough – Howard – Only going to be a specials prole, Beliczek shall select him in round 6, He will perform his art the next 10 years.

20. Manti Te'o – Notre Dame – Folkloric Violence

21. William Gholston – Michigan State – Is not going to take the money and run like his cousin Black Hercules.

22. Collin Klein – Kansas St. – Arm is questionable, but so is the rest of the quarters position

23. Barret Jones – Alabama – Alienated by the bourgeoisie yet would die for them

24. Jake Mathews – Texas A&M – George Orwell once said “In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary movement” this man is the truth.

25. Denard Robinson – Michigan – Athlete with prole work ethic and swiss army knife versatility

26. Kenny Vaccaro – Texas – Pure intelligent grind who will convince you that punching you in the stomach is beneficial

27. Corey Fuller – Virginia Tech – Total Asymmetric Warfare

28. Phillip Lutzenkirchen – Auburn – The name suggests proletarian lifestyle is in his genetics

29. Kevin Reddick – North Carolina – Someone influenced by Mike Wolf runs the strength and conditioning at this school

30. Kawann Short – Purdue – One gap penetrator with light feet and heavy iron fists

31. Stepfan Taylor – Stanford – Runs like Chris Ivory with a blown aggression inhibitor

32. Braden Brown – BYU – Abstinence U always produces violently celibate atheltes

*Matt Barkley – USC – Did not pass the test, reject the null hypothesis

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I too think Lutzenkirchen has been severely underrated, most have him as a 7th/PFA, I think he's a solid 3rd/4th round pick.

But Cajun, how can you justify Devin Taylor at 17? How many games have you watched of him the past two years? He's certainly not violent, and as for his computer numbers, yes he has length at 6'7 but he's surprisingly weak for a man his size, has no speed or quick twitch to his game, and failed to make plays this year despite being single-teamed all season playing opposite Jadaveon Clowney.
As you should note these are not the rankings of the FAKE universe of which we live in and do not reflect where they will actually go. The myopia in the eyes of the current draft has led to very short sighted opinions and lack the foresight. I have utalized the eye in the sky to evaluate the previously mentioned taylor along with my well known associate Sobieski who has conducted extensive research on this project. There is a theory that 50% of 1st round picks will bust and has been test at level of 0.05 significance and has passed. so i do not understand why every board out there has approximately the same 32 players. we all know that there will be 3rd rounders who will be better than 1st rounders - we know there will be undrafted free agents better than projected 1st rounders. As we have seen with Cliff Avril out preforming such megabusts as black hercules and derrick harvey. When the propaganda machines release Taylors computer numbers we will understand. to paraphrase the old marxist philosopher althusser in a draft context, even though this may not be a science it does not mean it has to be an ideology, in which consensus opinions hinder acute analysis.

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As you should note these are not the rankings of the FAKE universe of which we live in and do not reflect where they will actually go. The myopia in the eyes of the current draft has led to very short sighted opinions and lack the foresight. I have utalized the eye in the sky to evaluate the previously mentioned taylor along with my well known associate Sobieski who has conducted extensive research on this project. There is a theory that 50% of 1st round picks will bust and has been test at level of 0.05 significance and has passed. so i do not understand why every board out there has approximately the same 32 players. we all know that there will be 3rd rounders who will be better than 1st rounders - we know there will be undrafted free agents better than projected 1st rounders. As we have seen with Cliff Avril out preforming such megabusts as black hercules and derrick harvey. When the propaganda machines release Taylors computer numbers we will understand. to paraphrase the old marxist philosopher althusser in a draft context, even though this may not be a science it does not mean it has to be an ideology, in which consensus opinions hinder acute analysis.

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I think this is a very important point, one that many draftniks fail to understand.

I just don't know if these lists are based on intense film study, or random name predictions based on projected draft stock. Like for example if you look at a given year, the top 32 players from that draft will go in an order like:

1) No. 1 pick
2) No. 11 pick
3) UDFA
4) 3rd rounder
5) No. 3 pick
etc.

...and he's just trying to predict that chaos so to speak.

The "American dream" theory is pretty good and I know he hated Brady Quinn, Leinart, and Gabbert in part because of it.

But he also hated Luck.

And what's also interesting is how he mentions special teams when most draftniks don't.
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I think this is a very important point, one that many draftniks fail to understand.

I just don't know if these lists are based on intense film study, or random name predictions based on projected draft stock. Like for example if you look at a given year, the top 32 players from that draft will go in an order like:

1) No. 1 pick
2) No. 11 pick
3) UDFA
4) 3rd rounder
5) No. 3 pick
etc.

...and he's just trying to predict that chaos so to speak.

The "American dream" theory is pretty good and I know he hated Brady Quinn, Leinart, and Gabbert in part because of it.

But he also hated Luck.

And what's also interesting is how he mentions special teams when most draftniks don't.
Thank you for a very interesting critique

Now my rankings my may seem irregular to other compilations, the grounds of the Cajun list is simple, evident, and which I believe to be the inevitably correct. The Cajun list often conflicts with the consensus opinion do to the fact that the populus does not put in their own work, due to its inconvenient and tedious nature. Rather they plagiarize the work of the so-called draftniks and form opinions based on opinions. “He thinks therefore I think”.

After a few years one will take a look at “Re-drafts” they will find late round picks being selected in the top 10 of these drafts. Looking at the top 3 Luke Joeckel, Star Loutulelei, and Jarvis Jones, they hold these positions because it is the consensus belief. it is statistically unlikely that they will be the top proletariats of the draft. There is nothing for these “draftniks” to lose because if they do fail then so did everyone else, my work takes this risk. Looking back at last year’s Cajun list 4th overall Fletcher Cox was a success, 9th Matt Reynolds was suspect, 14th Bobby Wagner was a success.

As it may seem a little hysterical to have special teams players on a list, one under rates the value of these true proletariats that do make a definite difference. The men I’m referring to are the Kassim Osgoods and the Michael Robinson who have become probowlers due to their pure grind. As it is preposterous to have a special teamer within the top 10 and I myself would not make the selection, but this is not a list of where proles will go. It is a benchmark of the success they will find in the premier league. As 75% of the draft class will be on the unemployment line within 5 years with no union protection from injuries caused in the workplace. It is the specials prole that drives the premier league.
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VARIOUS COMMENTARIES

-Current list is dated, the combine will determine whether number based propaganda proles stay or go.

-No one at the quarters position SHOULD be selected in the first round

-various unders elected to stay in the academy's which shakes the list in minor ways

-the questioned robert alford is who he claims to be

-the USSR prole, Hunt, is at the mercy of propaganda machines

-questionable special proles yet to be proven

-various proles on rise, yet need to see some proof of identity

In conclusion i must mension atleast one month of preparation before the final copy is produced. As i scavenge for data and information as a squirrel gathers resources in anticipation of the winter that the great bear offers. I too am the scavenger and can only become subject to my own eyes and at the mercy of their foresight. If all else fails invade Panama again.

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