VIDEO: Mocking The Draft At 2011 NFL Draft, Radio City

SB Nation sent three writers to the 2011 NFL Draft, and one of the big things we had planned to do right before and during the draft was produce and post videos on YouTube showing all of you what things looked like from the press box. Unfortunately, if you followed me or @MockingTheDraft on Twitter, you knew that Radio City had no Internet connectivity for much of the first round.

This made a lot of people very, very pissed off.

Thus, because many had no Internet, and the reception for my Sprint broadband card was very weak, we weren't able to upload our videos. So, instead we're giving them to you now.

This first one was right before the draft started, as media were filing in about 30 minutes before they let fans in.

After the jump, more videos...

Here's the video if fans beginning to enter Radio City. Fans entered the building chanting 'We Want Foot-Ball!'


This video shows you just how loud and crazy it was when Roger Goodell took to the podium for the first time on Thursday:


And here's Goodell saying the Carolina Panthers are on the clock. Notice our banter about the use of Van Halen's 'Right Now' prior to Goodell taking to the podium:


Hope you enjoyed our coverage.

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