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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by vinceisalive, Jan 3, 2010.
I wonder how many comp. picks we'll get?
NFL will probably take Titans 3 and give it too the skins in compensation for them signing Haynesworth
you mean we would get a 3 for the skins signing haynesworth...
the nfl doesnt give a team that signs a player compensation; it gives it to the team that lost a player
I think he was probably being sarcastic, considering Haynesworth is already discontent with Zorn's coaching staff in Washington, his limited play, and production this season. Washington was not exactly a dominating defense this season.
Should have lost the seahawks game, if we had the 11th there might have been a chance to get Eric Berry - assuming the top 10 teams are looking for primarily offensive players.
There may even be a chance he falls to the 13th - hey stranger things have happened!
losing games intentionally is the dumbest thing in the world. you don't know how these players are going to to do in the nfl, so tanking a game for them doesn't make sense.
Berry is going to be a top 5, 6 at latest pick
we never had a shot at him once we started winning
Ok. I'm getting some mixed stuff on tiebreakers for the draft now.
Some people are saying the weakest schedules pick first; others are saying toughest schedules pick first
So we're either looking at a 13/14 pick or a 16/17 pick
Weakest goes first, statistically speaking if a team has a weaker schedule and goes 8-8 they got 8 easier wins. Therefore they are a worse team because they didn't play alot of hard teams.
Joe Haden or Patrick Robinson at CB
Brandon Graham or Corey Wootton at DE
Rolondo McClain or Brandon Spikes at ILB (Only if Tully goes)