Draft Order Ratings

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  1. beerlover

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    Current draft order vs. last years draft order & how well needs where addressed and the results of those (not including others like FA or injurys or precocious disgruntled superstars (TO).

    1 TEXANS 1 0.667 (-12)
    1 San Francisco Smith, Alex QB Utah ​
    2 JETS 2 0.424 (traded pick -24)
    2 Miami Brown, Ronnie RB Auburn ​
    3 49ERS 2 0.515 (+2)
    3 Cleveland Edwards, Braylon WR Michigan ​
    4 PACKERS 2 0.545 (-19)
    4 Chicago Benson, Cedric RB Texas ​
    5 CARDINALS 3 0.477 (-3)
    5 Tampa Bay Williams, Carnell RB Auburn ​
    6 RAVENS 3 0.576 (-16)
    6 Tennessee Jones, Adam DB West Virginia ​
    7 TITANS 3 0.606 (+1)
    7 Minnesota f/Oak Williamson, Troy WR South Carolina ​
    8 SAINTS 3 0.667 (-8)
    8 Arizona Rolle, Antrel DB Miami (Fla)​
    9 DOLPHINS 4 0.364 (+7)
    9 Washington Rogers, Carlos DB Auburn ​
    10 BILLS 4 0.364 (no pick t/dallas -10)
    10 Detroit Williams, Mike WR USC ​
    11 BROWNS 4 0.477 (+8)
    11 Dallas Ware, Demarcus DE Troy ​
    12 LIONS 4 0.485 (+2)
    12 San Diego f/NYG Merriman, Shawne LB Maryland​
    13 RAIDERS 4 0.697 (traded for Moss +6)
    13 New Orleans f/Hou Brown, Jammal T Oklahoma ​
    14 RAMS 5 0.424 (-5)
    14 Carolina Davis, Thomas DB Georgia ​
    15 EAGLES 5 0.591 (-16)
    15 Kansas City Johnson, Derrick LB Texas ​
    16 REDSKINS 5 0.600 (+7)
    16 Houston f/NO Johnson, Travis DE Florida St.​
    17 PATRIOTS 6 0.303 (-15)
    17 Cincinnati Pollack, David LB Georgia ​
    18 VIKINGS 6 0.424 (unchanged)
    18 Minnesota James, Erasmus DE Wisconsin ​
    19 STEELERS 7 0.455 (-11)
    19 St. Louis Barron, Alex T Florida St.​
    20 COWBOYS 7 0.515 (+9)
    20 Dallas f/Buf Spears, Marcus DE LSU ​
    21 GIANTS 7 0.515 (Eli trade no pick +9)
    21 Jacksonville Jones, Matt WR Arkansas ​
    22 FALCONS 7 0.545 (+5)
    22 Baltimore Clayton, Mark WR Oklahoma ​
    23 BUCCANEERS 7 0.545 (+18)
    23 Oakland f/Sea Washington, Fabian DB Nebraska ​
    24 CHARGERS 7 0.606 (-4)
    24 Green Bay Rodgers, Aaron QB California​
    25 CHIEFS 7 0.606 (DJ +10)
    25 Washington f/Den Campbell, Jason QB Auburn ​
    26 BEARS 8 0.364 (+23)
    26 Seattle f/NYJ/Oak Spencer, Chris C Mississippi ​
    27 BENGALS 8 0.424 (+10)
    27 Atlanta White, Roddy WR UAB ​
    28 JAGUARS 8 0.455 (+7)
    28 San Diego Castillo, Luis DT Northwestern ​
    29 PANTHERS 8 0.515 (+15)
    29 Indianapolis Jackson, Marlin DB Michigan ​
    30 SEAHAWKS 9 0.303 (+7)
    30 Pittsburgh Miller, Heath TE Virginia ​
    31 BRONCOS 9 0.545 (+6))
    31 Philadelphia Patterson, Mike DT USC ​
    32 COLTS 11 0.364 (+3)
    32 New England Mankins, Logan G Fresno St.​

    the number after strength of schedule I added is to show positionial shift from last year to this year.

    Jets did not have a 1st rd pick they traded for a 1st this year from wash.

    Most improved team- Chicago Bears (+23)

    Worst improved team- NY Jets (-24)

    FYI- beerlover
     
  2. Texas_Thrill

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    That's pretty good (not our fall but this sytem.) THanks for the info beer
     
  3. Coach C.

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    So dont the Jets have two picks this year in the first
     
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    Denver received Washington's first for this year (Portis/Bailey trade?).

    The Jets traded their first last year to Oakland for TE Jolley (really dumb move).
     
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    I think they traded their first last year with Washington so that Snyder was able to get back into the 1st Round to get the former Auburn QB Jason Campbell. They also grabbed Auburn CB Carlos Rogers with their first 1st Round pick last year.


    Perhaps I'm misunderstanding the numbers in parentheses, but didn't Detroit have the 10th pick last year. If so how did they manage a -8 ?
     
  6. beerlover

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    your correct, my bad right:embarrass they are actually sitting +2 which should show how premature it was for Milan to look for a scapegoat & fire Mooch. if they where a -8 then that would be more understandable.

    I'm actually going to use this info to start crafting my own Mock, I just wanted to share it with y'all and offer a different perspective :)
     
  7. YoungTexanFan

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    make it at least a three rounder w/texans stuff explained please.
     
  8. beerlover

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    just days before the 05 draft the Redskins traded their 1st and 4th rd. choices in the 06 draft, along with their 05 3rd rd. choice, for Denvers 1st rd choice in 05. so it would seem that Denver now has two 1st rd. picks along with the additional 4th. as the draft order currently stands that would be the #16th pick (Skins) & 31st pick (own).
     


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