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NFL Mock Draft

Posted: March 28, 2013 in Uncategorized

1. Chiefs –Eric Fisher, OT, Central Michigan

2. Jaguars – Sharrif Floyd, DT, Florida

3. Raiders – Dee Milliner, CB, Alabama

4. Eagles – Star Lotulelei, NT, Utah

5. Lions – Luke Joeckel, OT, Texas A&M

6. Miami (7-9) – Lane Johnson, OT, Oklahoma (trade up and get him a head of the cardinals)

7. Cardinals –Dion Jordan, DE/OLB, Oregon

8. Buffalo (6-10) – Ezekial Ansah, DE, BYU (really good vs. the run. He will help Bills 31st rush D)

9. New York Jets (6-10) – Cordarrelle Patterson, WR, Tennessee

10. Tennessee (6-10) – Sheldon Richardson, DT, Missouri

11. San Diego (7-9) – Chance Warmack, G, Alabama

12. ) Browns – Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State (Jarbal Sherd will play opposite Paul Kurger)

13. Tampa Bay (7-9) – Manti Teo (Intangibles, Instincts = best, zone, cover LB that will help 31st pass defense. Alex Olgetree run a 4.71. Teo run a 4.75. The media might hate him, but I bet Teams love him.)

14. Carolina (7-9) – Keenan Allen, WR, California (I love his playing style. He is a true number one receiver. He would be security blanket for Cam Newton in the slot.)

15. New Orleans (7-9) – Barkevious Mingo, DE/LB, LSU

16. St. Louis (7-8-1) – Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia

17. Pittsburgh (8-8) – Jarvis Jones, OLB, Georgia (or an O-lineman)

18. Dallas (8-8) – Jonathan Cooper, G, North Carolina

19. New York Giants (9-7) –Alec Ogletree, LB, Georgia

20. Chicago (10-6) – D.J Fulker, OT (OG) Alabama

21. Cincinnati* (10-6) – Datone Jones, DE, UCLA

22. St. Louis – from Washington* (10-6) – Matt Elam, FS, Florida (his better than Vacarro IMO)

23. Minnesota* (10-6) – Desmond Trufant, CB, Washington

24. Indianapolis* (11-5) – Jesse Williams, DT, Alabama (he could became an impact player in this league)

25. Minnesota – from Seattle* (11-5) – Justin Hunter, WR, Tennessee

26. Green Bay* (11-5) – Eric Reid, FS, LSU (he can tackle, he can cover. His a first round talent imo)

27. Houston* (12-4) – Tyler Eifert, TE, Notre Dome

28. Denver* (13-3) – Eddie Lucy, HB, Alabama (apparently he ran a 4.44…? Wow)

29. New England* (12-4) – Johnathan Hankins, DT, Ohio

30. Atlanta* (13-3) – Bjoern Werner, DE, Florida State (he will go higher than the “30th” pick)

31. San Francisco* (11-4-1) – John Jenkins, NT, Georgia or Marcus Hunt, DE.

32. Baltimore – Arthur Brown, LB, Kansas State

Making dreams a reality.

Posted: December 16, 2012 in Uncategorized

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Social Issue: Making a dreams a realty                                                                    word count: 601

By Taonga Chundu

The money, energy and time needed in order to make your dreams a reality, can take a toll on a person.

The verdict is in, after two face-face interviews and two online interviews, people aged 15-26 years old remain optimistic about the subject of making dreams a reality.

“I think people chasing dreams have more life than those that don’t, so it doesn’t matter how much money one spends to achieve it, as long as they get one step closer with every penny.” Says Ralph Ryan D.M, in a face to face interview, Ralph is 26 years old and a former ACAD student.

“Every dream within reason of reality is achievable, it depends on how much the person wants it, and the length they would go to achieve it. There’s a conspiracy in everything, true or not, we can’t ever really know for sure without devoting a lot of time for research.” He says.

Jernaide Omar, an 18 year old student at Campbell Collegiate. Regina, SK.  Jernaide shared his thoughts in an online interview, “well people who spend handfuls of money casing their dreams obviously want to achieve them and being in a similar situation I think it’s’ well worth it.”

Naszim-Yoldas Sesen, a 19 year old and current student the University of Montreal, believes that money shouldn’t be valued as something that revolves around a person’s life; one should go out and enjoy the finer life in things. Naszim continues by stating that – those who spend money to chase their dreams are regarded as being self-honest people, although some pursuits may not be according to my opinions (i.e. killing orphaned children in foreign countries in order to receive more money)

Novee Orcajada, a 17 years old student at Dr. EP. Scarlett, in a face to face interview says that he doesn’t have any problems that are like the one presented above. “I mean I think that casing and not giving up on your dreams is cool, but a person who is just depending on wealth just to reach that dream of his/hers is not cool, you have to balance it, perseverance and money.

Trying to make a dream a reality has positives and negatives, Nazism believes that “Failed dreams have an effect to make individuals depressed or then again, to have felt disappointed. Failed dreams based on an individual’s perspective don’t really shape society if he is but an average citizen, although those in power do make a difference.”

Ralph Ryan D.M went on to talk about how failed dreams could ruin people. He says that “instead of blaming themselves they need to learn that they failed because they didn’t try hard enough. “

“(A) Failed dream doesn’t really affect society as a whole, because society is a multitude of opinions and Ideas, everyone doesn’t want the same thing, therefore it’s impossible for everyone to have the same dream.” He adds on, “It takes a lot of effort, motivation, and sacrifice.”

Jernaide “Well depending on what your dream is, tells weather it’s possible to achieve it. But anything is possible so it’s kinda hard to tell. It all boils down to you as an individual and the amount of effort you put in, to achieve it.” He says, “It all comes down to how much effort you put in. ‘You got to sweat to earn your keep,’ that’s how I look at things.”

Between Robert Griffin and Andrew Luck, Who do you think will be first to win a super bowl.  Who do you think will have the better overall NFL career. What do you think redskins and colts need to draft. (Biggest team needs)

“Death” Penalty

Posted: November 27, 2012 in Uncategorized

Narrative:

By Taonga Chundu       “Death Penalty”                             Word count: 400 words            

Sunny day, hell, it’s always sunny. No clouds in the sky, no birds singing. Well if there were any “birds” singing, I guess I just didn’t notice. I couldn’t, I had to concentrate.

A wise man once said “life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get.” I on the other hand, would have to disagree. I believe “life is not sweet, life is bitter; it is very predictable and all its sweet moments- sure went given to you. You worked for them.”

You see I’m not a hateful person, I just, ah must be the sun. No, I’m used to this. I have been here before. I’m I quitting?  Not a chance. I’ve done this my whole life.

The sweat running down my face, I’m nervous, I’m sacred and I’m simply out of breathe. Should I call a time out? Too late for that, he’s approaching and getting closer.

If life is really like a box of chocolates, then you tell me, why do I never to get to choose my path. Why does everything I ever do feel so restricted; I feel so numb. It always leads me back here. I can only wait for him to make the mistake. It can only be him to do so.

I guess life is like a box of chocolates, I have no idea what I’m gonna get. This is so unfair, but like I said this wasn’t my fault. I’m a living consequence of someone else’s mistake. I receive the “death” penalty, I take the blame. It’s a “team sport” another wise man once said. I have no words for him; just a figure.

He is staring at me, and so I stare back. I look him right in the eyes “crap” bad idea, he now knows my weakness or does he? My heart is beating at a hundred miles an hour, I thought I was a professional, but this is different. This, right here, means everything.

The whistle has been blown, the kick is now made. I go left and the ball goes right. He got me…I failed. “Sorry team, it won’t happen again.” I promise. I bet they promise the exact same thing. My days as a goal keeper are over and I shouldn’t think or believe anything else. I’m done with this game. This isn’t even real football; who calls it that? Its soccer!

 

The state of nothing

Posted: November 27, 2012 in Uncategorized

Narrative

Losing my mind By Taonga Chundu

Midnight, the rain falling down on my face hides my tears away from rest of the world. It was three years ago when she died; it feels like yesterday.  No, this wasn’t the routine midnight night walk in the crematory, this was very different. I heard her, calling my name.

The wind now pushes the trees back and forth. They mock me; they are full of laughter. “I got you” they point and say “you fell for it.” I had to do something about this; I was certainly losing my mind.

You see I’m not a coward…I would have lashed out. If only I could make sense of their last words, but I couldn’t, and so I decided to ignore them.  I am slowing fading away; only the rain feels my pain, it comforts me.

Suddenly the wind stops and I look back at the trees. They stare at me; they want me back “they are sorry.” I just decided to walk away from them “…douche-bags”

NFL…Watch out!

Posted: November 18, 2012 in Uncategorized

Johnny Manziel

6′ 1” 200lbs Quarterback for Texas A&M. Le’veon Bell 6′ 2″ 244 pound HB for Mischigan State.

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