3/4 Pole Mark

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  1. beerlover

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    Heres another nice GBN article http://www.gbnreport.com/scoutsnotebook.htm

    December 8, 2005:

    BUSH ‘DERBY’ 4-TEAM HORSERACE

    With the regular schedule now at the ¾ pole and NFL teams heading for home, it appears that the winner of the ‘Reggie Bush sweepstakes’, otherwise known as which team gets the first selection appears to be down to four finalists: 1-11 Houston and the 2-10 New York Jets, San Francisco and Green Bay. Of course, its always possible that those teams will all get hot and bring either of Tennessee or New Orleans, both of which have three wins back into the picture, but its also possible that pigs will fly or that it won’t snow (and snow and snow some more) in Canada this winter. Indeed, the Texans, Jets, 49ers and Packers are a combined 1-11 the past month and have a collective 20 game losing streak including the Jets who have lost 7 in a row, the 49ers and Texans 5 each and the Packers three. While one can probably bet the farm that one of Houston, the Jets, San Francisco and Green Bay will ultimately end up with the top pick this year, anyone of the four could just as easily end up with the #1 pick this coming April. Here’s a quick rundown on each of the four team’s prospects over the final month of the schedule…

    Houston… Of course, as the only one-win team in the league, the Texans could make the whole issue moot if they were to ‘run the table’ so to speak and finish 1-15. A case can be made, though, that the Texans are actually playing the ‘best’ of the 4 bottom feeders. The Texans had a “W” in the bag with St’ Louis in town tow weeks, but collapsed in the final minute and lost in OT; then last week, they on a ‘walk-off score’ for a second straight in Baltimore. The Texans also have, by far, the easiest remaining schedule of the four teams in the hunt for the #1 pick. Houston’s remaining opponents have a combined W-L record of .375 and the schedule includes games against San Francisco, Tennessee, and 4-8 Arizona. The only complicating factor for the Texans is that 2 of those 3 are on the road with only Arizona to Houston. Indeed, who gets the #1 overall pick this year could still come down to the final week of the schedule when the Texans play at San Francisco.
     
  2. beerlover

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    UPDATED DRAFT ORDER FROM GBN-

    December 13, 2005


    1 Houston 1-12 .547
    2 San Francisco 2-10 .526
    3 New York Jets 3-10 .519
    4 New Orleans 3-10 .534
    5 Green Bay 3-10 543
    6T Tennessee 4-9 .500
    6T Buffalo 4-9 .500
    8T Cleveland 4-9 .505
    8T Arizona 4-9 .505
    10 Detroit 4-9 .514
    11 Baltimore 4-9 .519
    12 Oakland 4-9 .529
    13 St. Louis 5-8 .486
    14 Philadelphia 5-8 .534
    15 Miami 6-7 .466
    16 Denver (from Washington)7-6 .548
    17 Minnesota 8-5 .486
    18T Atlanta 8-5 .495
    18T Pittsburgh 8-5 .495
    20 Kansas City 8-5 .505
    21 New England 8-5 .510
    22 Dallas 8-5 .514
    23 San Diego 8-5 .553
    24T Tampa Bay 9-4 452
    24T Chicago 9-4 .452
    26T Jacksonville 9-4 .466
    26T Carolina 9-4 .466
    28 New York Giants 9-4 .495
    29 Cincinnati 10-3 .457
    30 Denver 10-3 .495
    31 Seattle 11-2 .428
    32 Indianapolis 13-0 .442
     
  3. tulexan

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    Those SOS numbers are wrong. Texans are .574 and Niners are .586
     

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