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mia4ever

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In the 2nd round of the Draft ,Do the Fin have the 41pick or the 39 pick ?


I think it 39
 

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It's the 8th pick in the 2nd round, so 40th overall.

When teams are tied, they use the strength of schedule but each round, whoever picked first moves to the back of the line. For example,

Teams A, B and C are tied

First round - A - B - C
Second round - B - C - A
Third round - C - A - B
 

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It's the 8th pick in the 2nd round, so 40th overall.

When teams are tied, they use the strength of schedule but each round, whoever picked first moves to the back of the line. For example,

Teams A, B and C are tied

First round - A - B - C
Second round - B - C - A
Third round - C - A - B

Wrong.

We get the 7th pick in the 2nd.
 

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It's the 8th pick in the 2nd round, so 40th overall.

When teams are tied, they use the strength of schedule but each round, whoever picked first moves to the back of the line. For example,

Teams A, B and C are tied

First round - A - B - C
Second round - B - C - A
Third round - C - A - B
Actually, its like so:
1st round - A - B - C
2nd Round - C - A - B
3rd round - B - C - A
And so on. Wer pick #9 in round 1, #7 in round 2, # 8 in round 3...
 

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I beg to differ, you guys are interpreting the rule wrong. The team that picks first moves to the back of the line and everyone else moves up one spot. Since we were third out of the 6-10 teams, in the second round we will be second. Meaning we have the eighth pick. Want proof? Check out this mock draft, and any others that have more than the first round.

http://nfldraftworld.blogspot.com/
 

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Clubs involved in two-club ties will alternate positions from round-to-round. In ties that involve three or more clubs, the club at the top of a tied segment in a given round will move to the bottom of the segment for the next round, while all other clubs in the segment move up one position. This rotation continues throughout the draft.

That was taken from the NFL.com


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9901730



BAM
 

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Clubs involved in two-club ties will alternate positions from round-to-round. In ties that involve three or more clubs, the club at the top of a tied segment in a given round will move to the bottom of the segment for the next round, while all other clubs in the segment move up one position. This rotation continues throughout the draft.

That was taken from the NFL.com


http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9901730



BAM

you can't go solely on mock drafts...many of them have the Fins picking 9th every round..

the order reverses itself after round 1...its the only equitable way of doing it.

so, this year, its

1st = 9th pick
2nd = 7th pick
3rd = 8th pick

then back to 9th and so forth and so on
 

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did you just read the nfl.com story, because it explains it there, idk why everyone thinks we go 7th, simple comprehension of that story has us picking 8th in round 2, read it
 

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Let me explain this to everyone.

First off PP122 is right.....or the NFL is wrong, and seeing as it is the NFL Draft I dont see that as likely.

Instead of using A-B-C lets use M-H-D (Minnesota, Houston, Dolphins) to represent the three teams involved

Round One: M-H-D

Now the rules state that M moves to the back of the line and everyone else moves up a slot.

Round Two: H-D-M

Same principle for the next round and every one after that

Round Three: D-M-H

Round Four: M-H-D

Round Five (No pick but the team that has out pick is the Lions so lets use L): H-L-M

Round Six: D-M-H

Finally round seven: M-H-D

Hope that makes sense and clears something up for everyone
 

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It appears as if FF122 (and Alex) are correct. Going back to last years draft, when we were in a 4 way with a 9-7 record, the rotation went like this.
RD1 Mia, Min, Dal, SD
RD2 Min, Dal, SD, Mia
RD3 Dal, SD, Mia, Min
RD4 SD, Mia, Min, Dal
The team drafting first (in that round) goes to the back of the line in the next round and everyone else moves up one spot. I stand corrected.
 

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Let me explain this to everyone.

First off PP122 is right.....or the NFL is wrong, and seeing as it is the NFL Draft I dont see that as likely.

Instead of using A-B-C lets use M-H-D (Minnesota, Houston, Dolphins) to represent the three teams involved

Round One: M-H-D

Now the rules state that M moves to the back of the line and everyone else moves up a slot.

Round Two: H-D-M

Same principle for the next round and every one after that

Round Three: D-M-H

Round Four: M-H-D

Round Five (No pick but the team that has out pick is the Lions so lets use L): H-L-M

Round Six: D-M-H

Finally round seven: M-H-D

Hope that makes sense and clears something up for everyone


I like your draft Alex. :) You think we could trade down a few picks and still get Levi Brow? Might be difficult to get Kalil in second round now.
 
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