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« : January 04, 2009, 10:10:22 AM »

I saw a list of the draft picks in this mornings paper and it had SanDiego picking at 16. With them winning last night doesn't it drop them down and then the Bucs would pick 18th instead of 19th?

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« #1 : January 04, 2009, 10:17:20 AM »

I think they only drop if they win the superbowl.

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« #2 : January 04, 2009, 10:33:09 AM »

If they make the Superbowl they pick 31st or 32nd. Otherwise they pick #16.

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« #3 : January 04, 2009, 11:06:55 AM »

SDs 16th pick is based on an 8-8 record. As previously stated, only way that pick changes is with a SB appearence.

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« #4 : January 04, 2009, 11:05:40 AM »

are you sure they didnt get that pick in a trade? cause I thought all playoff teams draft picks were based on where they are eliminated.


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« #5 : January 04, 2009, 01:34:44 PM »

As said, order of picks are based on worst regular season records except for the Super Bowl winner (32nd) and Super Bowl loser (31st).

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« #6 : January 04, 2009, 01:36:57 PM »

It wont matter... the pick if it is offense is going to be a loser no matter what.


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« #7 : January 04, 2009, 01:47:53 PM »

It wont matter... the pick if it is offense is going to be a loser no matter what.

Love the fresh perspective.  Keep it up.



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« #8 : January 04, 2009, 01:55:15 PM »

It wont matter... the pick if it is offense is going to be a loser no matter what.

Love the fresh perspective.  Keep it up.


Number of offensive draft picks that have done as well as their draft status would have indicated?


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« #9 : January 04, 2009, 02:19:18 PM »

It wont matter... the pick if it is offense is going to be a loser no matter what.

Love the fresh perspective.  Keep it up.


Number of offensive draft picks that have done as well as their draft status would have indicated?

How many times will you post the same exact thing?



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« #10 : January 04, 2009, 02:33:27 PM »

It wont matter... the pick if it is offense is going to be a loser no matter what.

Love the fresh perspective.  Keep it up.


Number of offensive draft picks that have done as well as their draft status would have indicated?

How many times will you post the same exact thing?


The number of times it will take to make people understand that under thie current regime we will NEVER draft a good offensive player.


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« #11 : January 04, 2009, 02:52:32 PM »

Admirable mission you're on, there...

Unfortunately, it doesn't make your mundane, repetitive posts any less obnoxious.



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« #12 : January 04, 2009, 03:09:28 PM »

Rules for determining draft order

The draft order is determined by first generating the order for the first round. That order is based generally on each team's regular season record, except as noted below:

The winners of the Super Bowl are given the last selection, and the losers the second to last selection.
Remaining teams are sorted by regular season record, with worse records picking first, regardless of playoff status; teams that make the playoffs can pick before teams that do not.
For teams with the same record, teams that fail to make the playoffs always pick before teams that earned playoff berths.
For teams that make the playoffs, ties are broken by the order in which teams lost in the playoffs.
Remaining ties are broken by strength of schedule. For draft order, a lower strength of schedule results in an earlier pick. If strength of schedule does not resolve a tie, division and/or conference tiebreakers may be used. If the tie still cannot be broken, a coin toss at the NFL Combine is used to determine draft order. (Note: Strength of schedule is the combined records of a team's 16 opponents, including games played against the team in question, and counting divisional opponents twice. Because of this, each team's opponents' combined wins and losses—counting a tie as a half-win, half-loss—will add up to 256, so a team whose opponents had more combined wins has a better strength of schedule.)
Once the order for the first round is determined, teams with the same record "cycle" picks in each subsequent round, regardless of playoff status or any other factor (except that the Super Bowl teams will always pick last in every round).


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« #13 : January 04, 2009, 03:21:15 PM »

Admirable mission you're on, there...

Unfortunately, it doesn't make your mundane, repetitive posts any less obnoxious.

It would also change absolutely nothing, since the people here choose neither the regime or the draft picks. His real mission is to make every one he can just as miserable as he is.
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