David Akers trolls Cowboys fans with epic NFL Draft speech

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With the pick Friday, Goedert is only the second player in Jackrabbit history to go in the first two rounds of the NFL Draft. Luckily, Howie Roseman and company have played their cards right, so far.

Goedert said he models his game after those of the Eagles' Zach Ertz and the Chiefs' Travis Kelce, both Pro Bowl players. Wentz, who attended SDSU rival North Dakota State, shares the same sports agency with Goedert. And when he competed against mostly Division I-A prospects at the Senior Bowl, according to Eagles vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas, Goedert more than held his own. All-in-all, Goedert is the total package at tight end.

After trading out of the first round Thursday night, the Eagles gave Indianapolis a second-round pick (No. 52) and fifth-round pick (No. 169) to get Goedert at No. 49. Goedert said he started to tear up after he received the call from the Eagles.

The Eagles traded into the No. 49 pick, one spot ahead of the Dallas Cowboys. The possibilities are endless, and the mismatches are too.

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This is the second time in six years the Eagles have taken a tight end in the second round. During his career, Goedert has averaged 15.1 yards per catch, making him a real deep ball threat. Goedert dominated a lower level of competition and will have to prove he can uncover and block against bigger, more explosive athletes as a pro. "And I was kind of hoping I could go there and play for the Eagles".

After reminding Cowboys fans of their team's 22-year championship drought as boos rained down from the stands, Akers reminded them of the Eagles' Super Bowl championship this past season. And this is the ideal move to make sure you get better.

Sweat was projected by many as a Day 2 pick.