Top 20 picks are set

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  1. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter

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    1. Houston
    2. St. Louis (via Washington)
    3. Jacksonville
    4. Cleveland
    5. Oakland
    6. Atlanta
    7. Tampa Bay
    8. Minnesota
    9. Buffalo
    10. Detroit
    11. Tennessee
    12. Giants
    13. St. Louis
    14. Chicago
    15. Pittsburgh
    16. Baltimore
    17. Dallas
    18. Jets
    19. Miami
    20. Arizona
     
  2. SMadison29

    SMadison29 What Sherman aspires to be

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    They're not quite set. Baltimore & Dallas have a coin flip.
     
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  4. J. David Wannyheimer

    J. David Wannyheimer 5 Years of Posting Excellence. Finheaven VIP Donator

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    Wow, this ****ing blows. Not only did we miss the playoffs, we have a ****ty draft position, too.
     
  5. caneaddict

    caneaddict Pro Bowler

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    do the positions stay the same for every round or do they rotate among teams with tied records (and if they rotate how do they rotate)? In the 2nd round do we again pick at 19 or do we rotate to 14 or 18?
     
  6. datruth55

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    Teams with equal records will rotate every round. In the first round we pick last of all the 8-8 teams but in the 2nd round we will pick first of all the 8-8 teams which means we'll be picking 14th in the 2nd round or 46th overall.
     
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    I thoguht the 14-19th picks in second round work more like musical chairs. The 14th pick drops to 19th, but everyone else who is 8-8 moves up one slot. We would pick 18th in the second, 17th in the 3rd round.

    I would much rather have your flip scenario be the actual pick order as the 14th pick in the second has much more attractive value.
     
  8. datruth55

    datruth55 Starter

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    14th pick in the first round will be 15th in the 2nd...19th moves to 14th...14th -> 15th, 15th -> 16th, 16th -> 17th, 17th -> 18th, 18th -> 19th, 19th -> 14th.
     
  9. Tom Olivadotti

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    We picked #3 this year and we all know how that turned out. It doesn't matter if we're picking #3 or #30, if Ireland is the one making the picks, he'll screw it up one way or another.
     
  10. SMadison29

    SMadison29 What Sherman aspires to be

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    No, you're rotating the picks the wrong way. First round 14 moves to 19 in round two, 15 moves up to 14, 16 to 15, 17 to 16, 18, to 17, & 19 to 18.

    Current First Round
    1 Hou
    2 SL (Was)
    3 Jac
    4 Cle
    5 Oak
    6 Atl
    7 TB
    8 Minn
    9 Buff
    10 Det
    11 Tenn
    12 NYG
    13 SL
    14 Chi
    15 Pitt
    16 Dal**
    17 Balt**
    18 NYJ
    19 Mia
    20 Az

    Current Second Round
    33 Hou
    34 Was
    35 Cle
    36 Oak
    37 Atl
    38 TB
    39 Jac
    40 Minn
    41 Buff
    42 Tenn
    43 NYG
    44 SL
    45 Det
    46 Pitt
    47 Dal**
    48 Balt**
    49 NYJ
    50 Mia
    51 Chi
    52 Az

    Current Third Round
    65 Hou
    66 Was
    67 Oak
    68 Atl
    69 NYJ (TB)
    70 Jac
    71 Cle
    72 Minn
    73 Buff
    74 NYG
    75 SL
    76 Det
    77 SF (Tenn)
    78 Dal**
    79 Balt**
    80 NYJ
    81 Mia
    82 Chi
    83 Cle (Pitt)
    84 Az
     
  11. Dakar001

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    In the 2nd round Miami will move up one spot to pick 18th {#50}. } In the 3rd round Miami will have the 17th spot {#81}
     
  12. Hayden Fox

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    Good spot to get one of the best TE, RB or OG in the draft.

    LT has to come from FA.
     
  13. Mudder1310

    Mudder1310 A True Fan

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    See, I think it depends on a few factors, namely what Cleveland does with Mack. Their GM was having a fire sale and may not want to pony up for Mack. He'd probably be cheaper than a comparable LT. If you sign him, sign McKinnie for cheap, draft a RT, move some guys around and you can have McKinnie, Pouncey, Mack, G, rookie and be in pretty good shape going into 2014. Now you can take someone like Ebron, Amaro, or maybe CJ Mosley in the first, best OL available second, BPA after (maybe a guy like Carlos Hyde or Marion Grice in the 3rd). Or even wait on a dinged up guy like Hurst in the 3rd.
     
  14. datruth55

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    Crap, you're right I was going the wrong way.
     

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