Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by DRIFTAWAY, Feb 13, 2006.
dont the broncos own the redskins draft pick?
according to sportsline.com, they dont...
oh hm i was under the impression Broncos had 2 late first rounders, i might have heard wrong though
I actually think you are right, with the Broncos owning #22 and #29. Strange thing is that NFL.com and cbssportsline.com is not reporting it.
Great Blue North Report has done a lot of work on draft order. Here's what they have:
Even got things like conditional picks from trades and such.
ya, i took the broncos under the impression that they had 2 picks. We did it that way in the other MB mock, and I have seen every mock having two first round picks and have seen plenty of discusions about their two picks.
The Broncos have the Redskins 1st round pick, #22, and their 4th round pick, #118 from the trade during the 2005 draft. The Redskins acquired Denver's 1st round pick so they could draft Jason Campbell. ESPN and the Redskins website have it correct as do most of the major mock draft scouting sites. I have no idea why CBS has it incorrect. NFL.COM is associated with them so that why they have it incorrect as well.
Didn't Raiders win coin flip with 49ers? So it should be Raiders at #6, 49ers at #7.
Ok Broncos have the Skins pick, my bad everyone...
There was a report that said the Raiders won it on Jan. 2nd but the NFL said the coin flip would be held after the Super Bowl and I havent heard about the flip yet...
I will update this after I make some coffee...I wasn't in yesterday after noon...sorry for the non-reply to the PM's to all. Selections only in this thread please...I'm going to delete this message when I update the mock. If we don't have a pick discussion thread up I will make one...or move the off-topic there when I finish.
Discussion in this thread....
Selections only in the selection thread...
fine! saves me some trouble..thanks
i beat u!
a very muted response to the Texans selection
no BIG offers.....not that surprising, fact the record shows Carr is the Texans QB resigned to a 3 year multi-million dollar extension and the new coach is a former QB who develops QB's makes alot of sense for the 1st time in franchise history the Texans take the BPA
Its hard to get a good offer, when I cant accept future picks, or veterans, and we are only doing a 4 round mock...
Although for the sake of taking a big need, I would have taken a 2nd and 3rd to swap with the Jets. But couldnt make it happen.
Did you look into trading down to the 10-15 range & then trading back up to the 4th pick? I know that the Jets have a lot of needs to fill & might've been willing to drop down a little for an extra pick, or two.
While you might not have gotten a boat load of picks, if this draft allowed us to trade players, you might have picked up a young player.
For instance, in Dunta_23's mock, I made a trade that involved a couple of picks, but I was able to pick up Matt Roth in the deal. That way, you can give up all the picks you acquired (assuming you had to) to move back up to #4 to select D'Brick, & still have a young player to show for your efforts.
In this mock, however, he's not allowed to trade for Matt Roth or any other signed player. He's not allowed to trade for future picks. With the rules set the way they were, I can't imagine anyone trading up to #1. Only #2 and #3 could afford to, and neither team had any reason to.
The first year we did this (way back when) we had a billion silly trades that were unrealistic and impossible due to cap or whatever....everyone just ends up arguing about what is possible and what isn't, so we have just left it out since then. When you can trade anyone for anything it's just a circus with everyone swapping something. It just tends to be less realistic than a mock with fewer trades that may not be ideal...but is closer to normal than total chaos.
The Falcons Have traded with the Raiders
#7 overall pick
#15 overall pick
Falcons 2nd Round pick. Unsure of number
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