Once I get the video component of the blog back in line, I'll post the video, but as Young was trying to make a point that by drafting a defensive player with two wide receivers and a top tight end on the board, it sends the wrong message to Brett Favre about how much the team is willing to help him.
If you were to let the exchange play out, Young was a minute or so from asking to see how many Super Bowl rings Kiper had won.
While I would have liked to have seen Greg Olsen go in that spot, I'm just happy Brady Quinn wasn't taken to bookend him with his brother-in-law, AJ Hawk.
For the record, Quinn has been moved to a secure location backstage to save him from further embarrassment, except when Suzy Kolber comes around and praises his bravery for sitting backstage and waiting to collect millions.
Also, I think that there has been somewhat of a snowball effect here, where teams see a guy fall from the Top 10 and assumes there's something they don't know about why he's still on the board, so they go elsewhere with their pick. I'll be surprised if he doesn't get drafted in the first round, but have to say it'd be pretty funny.
(Photo from: NNDB.com)