Luv Ya Steel Blue: Drafto De Mayo

A Happy Cinco De Mayo to all and I hope your cerveza is treating you good in lieu of your coffee this morning. Nothing helps that go down smoother than putting on the headphones and diving into the post draft edition of Luv Ya Steel Blue.

In this episode, Aaron actually likes the draft and curbs back his pessimism just a tad...but he still has us going (SPOILER ALERT!) 3-13 this year, whereas Patrick thinks the Texans may be ready to lock up home field in the 1st round of the 2011 playoffs.

This week we cover everything from the Texans 2011 NFL Draft and all eight of their picks, what the drafting of J.J. Watt means for Mario WIlliams and how much of an influence did Wade Phillips have on the decision making this year.

We also get our first listen to "Casserly's Corner" as former Texans general manager Charley Casserly calls into the show to give his opinion on the draft for Houston, what he would have done in their place and reminisce just a bit about his days in the Texans war room.

Finally, for the "Around The NFL" segment, we take a look at some of the draft winners and losers as well as the idiocy that is Rashard Mendenhall. It all begins by lowering your standards and clicking play on the embedded player below.


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