Trocadero: The Lions would never be competent enough to draft Darth Vader.
TheManofPA: That was by far the greatest draft in Cleveland sports history. Seriously, they will never do that well in a draft ever again
tbaughm: TheManofPA: That was by far the greatest draft in Cleveland sports history. Seriously, they will never do that well in a draft ever againI can see a link between Solo and Manziel
UNC_Samurai: Any Star Wars mock draft that doesn't have Yoda, the Emperor, Tarkin, and Thrawn in the top five fails even at being taken jokingly serious.
roc6783: Uhh, no. Cowboys would have taken Young Anakin - whiny, overhyped, and never does anything worthwhile.
Kuta: Obviously written by a Giants fan.
Flying Lasagna Monster: I love reading draft stuff, but once you're studying R2-D2's lack of lateral mobility, it's a sign you've gone too far.
you are a puppet: roc6783: Uhh, no. Cowboys would have taken Young Anakin - whiny, overhyped, and never does anything worthwhile.Check his stats from the combine and get back to me. No one has ever put up numbers like that.
Di Atribe: As a Cowboys fan, I could not figure out the point of mock drafting Star Wars characters? Most of the entries don't even talk about which position each character would play. And while I'm not reading that entire thing because the concept itself is tenuous at best, it seemed that most of the entries talked about what the teams needed. The Cowboys' entry only said "hurr durr Jerry sucks at drafting." Yeah, duh, we know. You're not clever for pointing that out.
abhorrent1: They know that Anakin and Darth Vader are the same person right?
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