The Current Draft order

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  1. Zac

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    1. Oakland (2-14)
    2. Detroit (3-13)
    3. Cleveland (4-12)
    4. Tampa Bay (4-12)
    5. Arizona (5-11)
    6. Washington (5-11)
    7. Minnesota (6-10)
    8. Houston (6-10)
    9. Miami (6-10)
    10. Atlanta (7-9)
    11. San Fransico (7-9)
    12. Buffalo (7-9)
    13. St. Louis (8-8)
    14. Carolina (8-8)
    15. Green Bay (8-8)
    16. Pittsburgh (8-8)
    17. Jacksonville (8-8)
    18. Cincinnati (8-8)
    19. Tennessee (8-8)
    *20. NY Giants (8-8)
    *21. Denver (9-7)
    *22. New England (from Seattle) (9-7)
    *23. Dallas (9-7)
    *24. Kansas City (9-7)
    *25. New Orleans (10-6)
    *26. NY Jets (10-6)
    *27. Philadelphia (10-6)
    *28. New England (12-4)
    *29. Indianapolis (12-4)
    *30. Baltimore (13-3)
    *31. Chicago (13-3)
    *32. San Diego (14-2)



    Picking 8th doesn't look that bad. The Texan can definatly get some good help at that position.
     
  2. Vinny

    Vinny shiny happy fan Staff Member

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  3. Tx'nFanLostInSkinCountry

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    Have a Question or two or three or four(LOL).
    How does it work if you trade down?
    And what is the Value of a 8th pick this year?
    If I'm not mistaken is not a very DEEP draft this year so does this give 8 more value?
    I've always watched the draft but never got into the things like trading down/up. Would'nt it be better for the team to have more picks at a slightly lower talent level than one high pick?
     
  4. ROKN ZJ

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    I don't think this years draft will be that deep at all. Look at how good last year's draft class was and how mediocre this years college football season was. I think WR is really the only position that is deep this draft class, and the one thing the Texans don't need is another WR. So unless there is a badass WR available and they can get a good deal to trade down a spot or two from someone who needs a WR, I would just say draft the best player still availble at #8 whatever position that player may be.
     
  5. demecoryans#1fan

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    i agree with the statement that the reciever position is the strongest in the draft and that the texans dont especially need another strong one but i would not be disapointed, if he went to the draft, to see Jarret in a texan uniform. but this probably wont happen considering that we have Johnson and Mouldes each coming back. i think a reasonable wish is for a big d-tackle that will take up space and free up Williams to sack more than 4.5 times in a season.
     
  6. AggieTexanFan

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    Kubes said he wanted to get another playmaker on Offense, so who knows who we will draft
     
  7. Crazyhorse

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    How do we pick in front of Miami? Thought because we beat them that it put them in front of us?? Asling this because I really don't know??
     
  8. Texans Horror

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    Strength of schedule. my guess. The Fins have two play-off contending teams in their division.
     


  9. utahmark

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    it was a three way tie maybe that has something to do with it.
     
  10. mamoo

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    You won't know how deep this draft is until all the Juniors declare.
     
  11. UCABEARS75

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    Excellent point.
     
  12. TransplantTexan1

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    Anyone care to take a gander at a mock of the first ten picks, assuming everyone picked?

    1. Oakland - Brady Quinn, QB, Notre Dame
    2. Detroit - Adrian Peterson, RB, Oklahoma
    3. Cleveland - Calvin Johnson, WR, Georgia Tech
    4. Tampa Bay - Alan Branch, DT, Michigan
    5. Arizona - Joe Thomas, OT, Wisconsin
    6. Washington - Levi Brown, OT, Penn State
    7. Minnesota - Leon Hall, DB, Michigan
    8. Houston - LaRon Landry, DB, LSU
    9. Atlanta - Glen Dorsey, DT, LSU
    10. San Francisco - Dwayne Jarrett, WR, USC

    Just an idle thought...
     
  13. threetoedpete

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  14. Stros5Texans80

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    I would have thought someone would get Troy Smith within the Top 10. :hides:
     
  15. kfranco_utexas

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    You don't think that Cal's Lynch will be a top 10 pick?
     

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