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Top 28 Draft Order Is Set

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by Hostile, Jan 16, 2012.

  1. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    1. Colts, 2-14, .539 (Colts will pick ahead of Rams in odd numbered rounds.)
    2. Rams, 2-14, .590 (Rams will pick ahead of Colts in even numbered rounds.)

    3. Vikings, 3-13, .559

    4. Browns, 4-12, .531 (Browns will pick ahead of Buccaneers in odd numbered rounds.)
    5. Buccaneers, 4-12, .551 (Buccaneers will pick ahead of Browns in even numbered rounds.)

    6. Redskins, 5-11, .477 (Redskins will pick ahead of Jaguars in odd numbered rounds.)
    7. Jaguars, 5-11, .500 (Jaguars will pick ahead of Redskins in even numbered rounds.)

    T8. Panthers, 6-10, .504 (Coin flip will decide 8th and 9th, all 3 teams will rotate picks.)
    T8. Dolphins, 6-10, .504
    10. Bills, 6-10, .520

    T11. Chiefs, 7-9, .512 (Coin flip decides odd and even numbered rounds.)
    T11. Seahawks, 7-9, .512

    13. Cardinals, 8-8, .469 (These 7 teams will rotate 1 round up.)
    14. Cowboys, 8-8, .473
    15. Eagles, 8-8, .492
    16. Jets, 8-8, .500
    17. Raiders, 8-8, .504
    18. Chargers, 8-8, .516
    19. Bears, 8-8, .527

    20. Titans, 9-7, .461

    Wildcard Losers

    21. Bengals, 9-7, .492

    22. Falcons, 10-6, .480 (Falcons will pick ahead of Lions in odd numbered rounds.)
    23. Lions, 10-6, .535 (Lions will pick ahead of Falcons in even numbered rounds.)

    24. Steelers, 12-4, .492

    Divisional Losers

    25. Broncos, 8-8, .520 (@ Patriots)

    26. Texans, 10-6, .453 (@ Ravens)

    27. Saints, 13-3, .441 (@ 49ers)

    28. Packers, 15-1, .473 (vs. Giants)

    Remaining teams on merit.

    29. Giants, 9-7, .520 (@ Packers)

    30. Ravens, 12-4, .461 (vs. Texans)

    T31. 49ers, 13-3, .449 (vs. Saints)
    T31. Patriots, 13-3, .449 (vs. Broncos)

    The Conference Championship losers will pick the next 2 places, followed by the Super Bowl loser, then the Champion.
  2. DFWJC

    DFWJC Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    So the Cowboys pick 14th in the 1st,
    13th in the 2nd,
    19th in the 3rd?
  3. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Yes sir. 45 and 83.
  4. Star4Ever

    Star4Ever Well-Known Member

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    It's obvious the Colts and Skins will be taking QBs in the first round. The Dolphins need a QB if one is available. However, with some of the college QBs deciding to stay in school, not sure there will be enough to go around. The Rams desperately need a WR. Anyone know what the rest of the teams picking ahead of us will most likley be targeting? Just wondering how many guards, CBs, and pass rushers will be taken before we get a shot at them. My understanding is that this draft is light on pass rushers as it is. What/who will most likely be available for us with the 14th pick? Will we try to move up to get "our" guy? I know drafting for need is frowned on, but I would think one of the "best players available" at 14 would be an OL, CB, or pass rusher. We certainly aren't taking a QB, WR, RB in the first round. If Bennett leaves, we will need another TE, but we certainly won't take one early in the draft. I would love a huge hole plugging NT. What's available there in the middle rounds?
  5. Star4Ever

    Star4Ever Well-Known Member

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    The bottom line is we will have a shot to get several good players. This might be one of the most important drafts we've had in a long time. We simply have to draft well this year. If we miss on most of our picks like we've done at times in the past, it will set us back a LOT. Got to get some good players for the interior OL and pretty much anywhere on defense between FA and the draft.
  6. Risen Star

    Risen Star Likes Collector Zone Supporter

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    Ah, that old line. I read it every year. Usually by the columnists.

    This is the most important draft ever. We can't miss this year. Unlike, ya know, the years where the draft is less important and we can blow picks.
  7. Star4Ever

    Star4Ever Well-Known Member

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    Of course it's important every year, but we know exactly where we have to improve the team. Interior OL, CBs, pass rusher. DL too depending on what's available. While we don't have a top 10 pick, we have good picks. They need to be used very wisely. We don't need to reach for skill positions, just solid tough football players. For that reason, I think it's a VERY important draft. If we could fix our glaring problems, we're a playoff team. If not, we aren't. It's really that simple. We should be able to do so if we're smart in FA and the draft.
  8. DFWJC

    DFWJC Well-Known Member Zone Supporter

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    Cleveland is armed with a lot of picks and has plenty of needs...including, some people feel, at QB. I think they have two 1sts and two 2nds,

    They could move up to the 2nd pick (SL) or even to the top if for some reason Indy decides to move it.

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