NFL draft order week 14

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  1. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter

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    1. Kansas City 2-11 SOS .500
    2. Jacksonville 2-11 SOS .538
    3. Oakland 3-10 SOS .457
    4. Carolina 4-9 SOS .510
    5. Philadelphia 4-9 SOS .510
    6. Tennessee 4-9 SOS .529
    7. Arizona 4-9 SOS .563
    8. Detroit 4-9 SOS .563
    9. San Diego 5-8 SOS .452
    10. Buffalo 5-8 SOS .495
    11. Miami 5-8 SOS .510
    12. Cleveland 5-8 SOS .510
    13. New Orleans 5-8 SOS .512
    14. Tampa Bay 6-7 SOS .478
    15. Jets 6-7 SOS .510
    16. St. Louis 6-6-1 SOS .538
    17. Cincinnati 7-6 SOS .457
    18. Pittsburgh 7-6 SOS .471
    19. St. Louis (via Washington) 7-6 SOS .507
    20. Dallas 7-6 SOS .519
    21. Minnesota 7-6 SOS .524
    22. Seattle 8-5 SOS .505
    23. Chicago 8-5 SOS .505
    24. Giants 8-5 SOS .522
    25. Indianapolis 9-4 SOS .457
    26. Baltimore 9-4 SOS .505
    27. Green Bay 9-4 SOS .505
    28. San Francisco 9-3-1 SOS .500
    29. Denver 10-3 SOS .457
    30. New England 10-3 SOS .505
    31. Atlanta 11-2 SOS .404
    32. Houston 11-2 SOS .495

    As of right now we'd have a coin flip with Cleveland.
     
  2. Exuro

    Exuro Well-Known Member

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    If Miami ends the Season at #11, I'd imagine a trade up scenario scenario to get an elite prospect would be in play.

    In 2012, the following trades happened in the top 15 (excluding the RG3 trade)
    Dallas moved up from #14 to #6 by trading their 1st and their 2nd.
    Minnesota moved up from# 4 to #3 by trading a 1st, 4th, 5th, an 6th.
    Tampa moved up from #7 to #5 by trading a 1st and a 4th.
    Philadelpia moved from #15 to #12 by trading a 1st, a 4th, and a 6th.

    Going by last year's draft, Miami would easily move into the top 5 with a 2nd or even a package of low round picks, which could be recouped by trading down with the remaining picks.
     
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    Umhhh who exactly is so elite MUST HAVE that would warrant this trade up?
     
  4. Exuro

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    I would say that Milliner or Werner could be targets for a trade like this, if Miami wanted them desperately enough.
     
  5. Ikema

    Ikema FinHeaven VIP

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    I'm more excited about the teams immediately below us and their strength of schedule. If the chips fall just right we could move up to a top five position.

    Never thought I would be rooting for us to lose the Jacksonville, but after watching the Colts tanked last year and get away with it and add the extra draft picks we have accumulated in the early rounds I I would love to see us lose out the rest of the season. Hopefully the quality pics would allow us
    from this purgatory of mediocrity we've been talking for the past 15 years.
     
  6. hoops

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    don't trade up...take the bpa pass rusher or wr that falls to you...could probably get the top wr in the class with that top 15 pick...all i know is this offense needs weapons bad so imo it should be the draft priority...

    too many needs take the bpa
     
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    Agreed at most they should draft only for two position on Defense(DE,CB) assuming something crazy like a top prospect falling in their Laps doesn't happen. Everything else should be on offense-side with (TE,WR,OL) being the main targets.
     
  8. Canadi-Phin

    Canadi-Phin I hate everyone else in the AFC East

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    If we are at 11 at Teo is still there, anyone interested? I would rather take the best DE or WR. I look at a guy like Aldon Smith and think if we had a young gun like him playing with Wake how much better our defense would be.
     
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    we ain't making the playoffs no how. just roll over and mail it in like INDY did last year. (playoffs/worst team/playoffs) right!!!
     
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    Agree...BPA all day. DE, CB, WR would probably make the most sense and theres a good chance one of those positions is the BPA around the 11th pick. Im with you though...we have got to get Tannehill weapons. Id be trying to get a stud in FA...and then drafting another WR with one of our top 2 picks. You add a Jennings/Wallace/Bowe and then draft a Keenan Allen and you certainly headed in the right direction. My ideal offseason would be to sign Jennings and Keller...then come out of this draft with another receiver in the top 2 rounds.
     
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    Having two QBs go ahead of us would be a big boost and help some guys fall down the board.

    You figure Star Lotulelei is going to go above us. Probably Bjoern Werner and Manti Te'o. Probably Luke Joeckel. After that, it's really anyone's guess. If two QBs do go above us that would leave Matt Elam, Phillip Thomas, Dee Milliner, Jarvis Jones, Anthony Barr, Tyler Eifert and Giovanni Bernard shaking around the pot, with at least two of those guaranteed to be available.
     
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    Canadi-Phin I hate everyone else in the AFC East

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    CK would you want Bernard in the first or just pointing out some talent that would be sitting there? Just can't see us going RB in the first.

    Of who you have listed I'd like Effiert, Milliner, Allen or Patternson. Maybe Jones,
     
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    no i would not take teo i've got a mike backer for the next few years and an expensive one at that...a good one too...and that said i think personally i can get almost the same level pro player in arthur brown a little later... only real difference i see in teos game is he's stouter than arthur brown at the poa...but browns a nice looking mike backer for a 43 and i think very underrated...
     
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    i think the smart play is either de pass rusher or wr with the top pick...regardless of if we add a high end wr in free agency...i think i can get my corner with that high 2nd rounder a trufant a hawthorne someone like that i think if you wait too long at corner the position will be picked clean...it will with pass rushers also but my goal would be to land my corner in the top 50 if i can...i would get nervous if i had to wait til the end of round 2 pretty much to pull the trigger...

    i think you can find a wr you like late in round 2 if you decided to go pass rusher with that top pick...especially if you acquire a high end free agent one this offseason...but the position needs to be rebuilt...looks like the depth at wr has some quality though in this draft...

    pass rushers and corners are gonna fly off the board...don't get caught sleeping
     
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    id love to see us take the best wr avaliable and sign a big name wr for him to learn from. Then go CB/DE in roubd 2. Jennnings Allen/Hunter Hartline Bess and Swope would give us a top notch wr corp for the next 5 years. It wont happen but I can dream.
     
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    I can see at least 2 OT´s taken ahead of us to maybe PHi and Tenn, maybe Buff...
     
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    I think it has to be pass rusher in the first. can't wait on that. I'd like a pass rusher, than a WR at 2a, and 2b target hawthorne. I would be drunk by the 1st pick of round three and I mean puking drunk call into work sick monday drunk, if we went that route with our first three picks.
     
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    i agree wholeheartedly. Pass rusher in the first is almost a most because of the high end talent. Especially if we pick up a vet wr. The corner class can get pretty shallow after the first 50 picks but if some stud receiver like Bailey is staring us in the face I think I pass on cb. We will see. Would love to have Keenan Allen on our squad but if we get a nice passrusher across from Wake our secondary looks better instantly. Is there much for pass rush specialists in this draft like Bruce Irvin? That would another nice player to have picked up.
     
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    i think if miami came away with mingo lets say marcus trufant and marquess wilson with it's top 3 picks that would be a heck of a top of the draft...i'm completely ok with the possibility that mingo is nothing more than a situational rusher his entire career provided he gives us good pressure percentages and sack numbers on the snaps he does play...the hawks did it last year with bruce irvin and mingos tools are on that level more raw with his rush arsenal but with ideal length and measurables and i promise you nfl tackles are gonna have to respect that kids explosion and burst whenever he is on the field...if he puts on weight and becomes a 3 down de down the road in the jpp mode all the better...

    trufant i like in press and off man he seems pretty heady...maybe a little shorter than i'd like but i'm thinking he's gonna show well at the senior bowl and so i don't t know that he gets out of the top 50...i don't wait on corner i pull the trigger on my highest guy...wilsons got some off the field issues which will hurt his stock but i like the size and he's silky smooth...he can get on top of dbs also...it's either that or i jump on steadman bailey at the top of the 3rd...wilsons got more upside bt baileys got beautiful feet and deceptive quickness and speed and gets on top of dbs also before they know it...i might throw marcus wheaton in here also that kid can separate...quinton patton also falls somewhere in the 2nd round i'd say
     
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    Hoops, did i see awhile back you liked hawthorne as well, or was that slim or somebody.

    I was thinking a werner or mingo in the first and a hopkins, hawthorne second round. Do you think thats feasible?
     
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