Current Draft Order

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  1. dbspi

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    1. Detroit Lions
    2. Arizona Cardinals
    3. Oakland Raiders
    4. Houston Texans
    5. Washington Redskins
    6. Cleveland Browns
    7. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
    8. Tennessee Titans
    9. Minnesota Vikings
    10. St. Louis Rams
    11. Green Bay Packers
    12. Miami Dolphins
    13. Pittsburgh Steelers
    14. Buffalo Bills
    15. Atlanta Falcons
    16. New York Jets
    17. San Fransisco 49ers
    18. Philadelphia Eagles
    19. Cincinnati Bengals
    20. Dallas Cowboys
    21. New England Patriots
    22. Carolina Panthers
    23. New Orleans Saints
    24. Jacksonville Jaguars
    25. Kansas City Chiefs
    26. New York Giants
    27. New England Patriots
    28. Denver Broncos
    29. San Diego Chargers
    30. Baltimore Ravens
    31. Chicago Bears
    32. Indianapolis Colts
     
  2. real

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    If it worked like that...I'd like to trade back with Greenbay or Miami...
     
  3. V Man

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    How about trading with New England, get there two #1s for our one?
     
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    I'm not sure we can trade back that far and get the players we want, but I wouldn't be totally against it....
     
  5. V Man

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    I hear what you are saying. It is the 6 one way, half a dozen the other.

    1 stud vs. 2 solid NFL players
     
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    It'd be sweet if we could get Poslunsky and Landry...or Poslunsky and Griffin in the first.....
     
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    Do you think Poslunsky would still be there?

    I was thinking Griffin and Rufus Alexander (due to Landry and Poslunsky probably already being gone).
     
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    It hard to say...But I wouldn't be upset with alexander...
     


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    too bad. i like where we're drafting.
     
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    Rufus is considered a solid 2nd round pick on most ranking charts I 've seen. So keep your 1st round pick and get Landry the top safety in the draft, and take Alexander in the 2nd.
     
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    Yeah I like your spot too....that's why I want it....:dance2:
     
  12. DenverBorn

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    I like to look at this, with the winning percentages.

    http://www.gbnreport.com/weeklydraftorder.htm

    It's not hard to figure out Kubiak's strategy in passing on 3-and-2. If we win last Sunday's game we'd most likely be 11th. Now we're 4th. There's more football to play, the good news is that we have opportunities to lose games against Oakland, Cleveland and Tennessee, further solidifying our shot at a top 5 (or even top 3) pick -
     
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    According to ESPN draft tracker his is listed at #28 (late 1st round)

    http://insider.espn.go.com/nfldraft/draft/tracker/player?id=10438
     
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    If he comes out, that would be a steal, if not go with Aaron Ross.
     
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    I am a big Longhorn fan but am puzzled by continuing projections of Frank Okam and Michael Griffin as first round picks. I see another Rod Wright-type experience with Okam, falling to the second day at best. He's been all hat and no cattle at Texas. Griffin I think is a third round pick. Aaron Ross could be an undrafted free agent - he's made some great plays but gets beat too often in one-on-one coverage against good wideouts. Too busy peeking into the backfield to watch the QB and leaves his guys uncovered. Frankly the way the Longhorn secondary has played this year, none of them should be drafted.

    Impressive work assuming you typed all of that from scratch. I agree that the Texans need a safety but I also believe 4 is too high for Landry. If we end up at 4 (or higher) I would support a trade down lower into the first round. I think we need more Ryans or Daniels -level players at SS, CB, FS and OLB and thus more picks would be better than one high pick.
     
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    This is from the espn 1st round projection

    Scouts Inc.'s Top 32
    Player Class Pos. School
    1. Joe Thomas Sr. OT Wisconsin
    2. Brady Quinn Sr. QB Notre Dame
    3. Calvin Johnson Jr. WR Georgia Tech
    4. Leon Hall Sr. CB Michigan
    5. Gaines Adams Sr. DE Clemson
    6. Alan Branch Jr. DT Michigan
    7. Adrian Peterson Jr. RB Oklahoma
    8. Quinn Pitcock Sr. DT Ohio St.
    9. Jake Long Jr. OT Michigan
    10. Sam Baker Jr. OT USC
    11. Ted Ginn Jr. Jr. WR Ohio State
    12. LaRon Landry Sr. S LSU
    13. Brian Brohm Jr. QB Louisville
    14. Levi Brown Sr. OT Penn State
    15. Glenn Dorsey Sr. DT LSU
    16. Dwayne Jarrett Jr. WR USC
    17. Jeff Samardzija Sr. WR Notre Dame
    18. Marcus McCauley Sr. CB Fresno State
    19. Quentin Moses Sr. DE Georgia
    20. Kenny Irons Sr. RB Auburn
    21. DeMarcus Tyler Sr. DT N.C. State
    22. Daymeion Hughes Sr. CB Cal
    23. Zach Miller Jr. TE Arizona State
    24. Robert Meachem Sr. JE Tennessee
    25. Paul Posluszny Sr. OLB Penn State
    26. LaMarr Woodley Sr. DE Michigan
    27. Buster Davis Sr. ILB Florida State
    28. Drew Stanton Sr. QB Michigan State
    29. Joe Staley Sr. OT C. Michigan
    30. Amobi Okoye Sr. DT Louisville
    31. Patrick Willis Sr. ILB Mississippi
    32. Troy Smith Sr. QB Ohio State
     
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    Doesn't appear that the "ranked players" above includes any juniors. So it'll depend on how many juniors come into the draft -
     
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    Always does.
     
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    Thanks, I could not find this list. I knew it was there somewhere.

    Just wanted to point out the list you show does not include juniors, and as some will go in the 1st, it makes Alexander look even more like a 2 rounder. Where in the 2nd is the question.
     
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