Winners of the 2014 Predict the Pick Challenge.

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  1. Wolf6151

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    The winners of the 2014 Predict the Pick challenge is a tie. 2 Master Drafters got the Clowney, Fiedorowicz, and Savage picks correct. Congratulations goes to JCTexan and Bah007. Beerlover also got 3 correct Clowney, Fiedorowicz, and Nix, but JCTexan and Bah007 win the tie breaker of latest pick chosen.


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    Thanks. I should have added Jeoffrey Pagan to my list since I had him mocked to the Texans a day before the draft here. It's too bad I left him off my list in this challenge.
     
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    Rules are rules but total BS, because three top graded picks should supersede lower draft picks, bizarre really but not biggie, just move on :htown2atx:
     
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    Lower draft picks are harder to predict so I agree with the tiebreaker.

    It also put me in the winner's circle so I may be too biased to cast a vote.
     
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    Congratulations to all the winners! :clap::clap::clap:

    BL, I still consider you one of the winners. Getting 3 picks right is doing a great job, no matter where they're picked, IMO. Especially with a new coaching staff and not knowing exactly the kinds of players they may go for. Good job by all!
     

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