Revenge of the Birds Radio recaps, analyzes the NFL Draft and what the Arizona Cardinals did

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Wednesday night Seth and I were back on the air for Revenge of the Birds Radio, and this show was all about the NFL Draft

We started out going league-wide, talking about some of the players and team, specifically the quarterbacks. It took a while, but we got to the Arizona Cardinals

We went over each pick and discussed what we thought of them, including the players that perhaps they could have taken instead. Was the trade good? What about the selection of Logan Thomas? Can he pan out and become a starting quarterback? What does that mean about Carson Palmer moving forward? 

We both feel that all of the picks are players that not only fit what the Cardinals want to do, but also have good upside.  The selection of Ed Stinson and Walt Powell are hard to complain about because late in the draft, you normally get guys that are just guys. You can't have an Andre Ellington every year. If you do, great. 

Take a listen to the show either streaming it using the player above or this player here. You can also download it directly or subscribe to the show's feed on iTunes or Stitcher Radio. 

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