OK, since now we'll have the #2 pick...

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  1. David's Busted Carr

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    What do we do with it? I think drafting #2 this year is the absolute WORST draft position you could have. You won't be able to trade the pick for enough value (as you would with the Reggie Bush auction at #1), you don't need Leinert, and I don't think an OL is worth a 2nd overall pick. Wow, the Texans just keep making it harder and harder on themselves....
     
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    Well first of all Bush will be gone to SF at #1.

    Then teams who might be looking at Leinhart are Det, Balt, and NYJ

    Balt will prob pick around 9-12
    Det will pick around 6-10
    Jets top 4

    We can still get a good trade value for this.
     
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    who says that we have the #2 pick? right now we are still leading in strength of schedule.
     
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    You think we will lose to SF dont make me laugh b4 Reeves i would say yes... but players are playing for their jobs now
     
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    yeah and we have a weaker strength of schedule
     
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    http://teamrankings.com/nfl/27powerratings.php3
    1. Philadelphia (5-8) 0.141
    2. San Francisco (2-11) 0.140
    3. Houston (1-12) 0.130
    4. Baltimore (4-9) 0.123
    5. Oakland (4-9) 0.097

    http://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakers

    TIE-BREAKING PROCEDURE FOR SELECTION MEETING
    If two or more clubs are tied in the selection order, the strength-of-schedule tie breaker is applied, subject to the following exceptions for playoff clubs:
     
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    what are those numbers?
     
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    Strength of schedule... so if we tie SF automatically gets the 1st pick...
     
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    where did you get those numbers?

    the nfl has our strength of schedule at .567 and the niners at .585
     
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    I posted the link back up there above the #'s... let me see the NFL link
     
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    Well that would mean going by
    what the NFL said
    If two or more clubs are tied in the selection order, the strength-of-schedule tie breaker is applied,

    SF wont beat us. They are worse then we are. Plus anyways you said SF has .585 and we have a .567 they would pick 1st because the SoS is tougher than our is.
     
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    No, weaker sos gets the 1st pick
     
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    SOS is the winning percentage of the oppoenents you've played. In other words,the higher the number, the stronger your schedule.

    So if SF's is at .585 and Houston is at .567, then Houston has played the weaker schedule and would get priority over SF in the draft...as it stands right now.
     
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    does it matter since we will beat SF anyways... This topic shouldnt even matter both team will go into the last game 2-13. The winner gets 2nd pick and loser 1st pick... bottom line
     
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    I wouldn't get your hopes up because of this game. If Kurt Warner played the entire game we would have been blown out by the Cardinals.
     
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    well considering our Our Poor qb play even againts terrible defenses i dont see how we wont look at Matt Leinert ive heard some scout say he could be every good as P. Manning but who knows we have david carr we dont need a qb since david is so good.
     
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    If my aunt had nuts...
     
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    ... I would laugh at you?
     
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    Matt won't be as good as Peyton. He doesn't have the arm strength. I can see him being a better Chad Pennington before the injuries.
     

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