NFL week 11 draft order

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  1. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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    Here it is, for those that care.

    1. Kansas City 1-9 SOS .506
    2. Jacksonville 1-9 SOS .556
    3. Cleveland 2-8 SOS .506
    4. Carolina 2-8 SOS .538
    5. Oakland 3-7 SOS .450
    6. Philadelphia 3-7 SOS .506
    7. St. Louis 3-6-1 SOS .563
    8. San Diego 4-6 SOS .456
    9. Buffalo 4-6 SOS .463
    10. Miami 4-6 SOS .494
    11. St. Louis (via Washington) 4-6 SOS .503
    12. Jets 4-6 SOS .506
    13. Tennessee 4-6 SOS .531
    14. Arizona 4-6 .556
    15. Detroit 4-6 .581
    16. Cincinnati 5-5 SOS .438
    17. Dallas 5-5 SOS .490
    18. New Orleans 5-5 SOS .509
    19. Pittsburgh 6-4 SOS .444
    20. Indianapolis 6-4 SOS .463
    21. Tampa Bay 6-4 SOS .466
    22. Seattle 6-4 SOS .500
    23. Giants 6-4 SOS .509
    24. Minnesota 6-4 SOS .544
    25. Denver 7-3 SOS .469
    26. New England 7-3 SOS .500
    27. Chicago 7-3 SOS .513
    28. Green Bay 7-3 SOS .538
    29. San Francisco 7-2-1 SOS .506
    30. Baltimore 8-2 SOS .469
    31. Atlanta 9-1 SOS .419
    32. Houston 9-1 SOS .500
     
  2. ckparrothead

    ckparrothead Premium Member

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    If we go 6-10 that draft order may not change much, I'm thinking #8 overall. If we go 5-11 then it could change a bit, maybe top 5 or 6. If we go 4-12 then we could be looking at a top 3 pick. I don't think there's any way the Dolphins "catch" Jacksonville or Kansas City.
     
  3. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter Finheaven VIP

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    I don't see any way we get higher than 5....can't see us getting in front of KC, Jacksonville, Cleveland or Carolina.
     
  4. Fintastic17

    Fintastic17 A True Fan

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    Its bad when i want to fast forward to the draft already. A couple weeks ago i was thinking we had a shot but watching NE eat a QB that shredded us coupled with our last 3 games hit it home for me. I would love a top 5 pick with the stockpile we got next year
     
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    NY8123 Sophisticated Redneck Administrator Finheaven VIP

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    The run was nice but I knew this team just has way too many needs to be consistent from week to week and I also knew Tannehill would struggle and cost us a few. I honestly see us coming in with 5 to 7 wins with 6 being the likely number.

    With those six wins I predict the seventh overall pick.
     
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    Only 155 day's to go, how sad am i if i know that................:lol:
     
  7. MiamiDolphin618

    MiamiDolphin618 A True Fan

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    Based on this order my ideal offseason would be: Resigning Starks and Hartline. Let Long, Smith, Bush, and Fasano walk. Then Id go after both Brent Grimes and one of Jennings/Bowe/Wallace (Jennings would probably be the most affordable but Wallace is my top choice). Add a veteran RT on the cheap and move Martin over to LT

    As for the draft I would like something like:
    1. Johnthon Banks CB
    2. Ezekial Ansah DE
    2. Steadman Bailey WR
    3. Matt Elam S
    3. Quanterus Smith DE
    4. Jordan Reed TE
     
  8. JEDIJ007

    JEDIJ007 It's a trap! Finheaven VIP

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    Dolphins should draft a kicker too
     

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