battle of the bottom feeders

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    with 8 games left to play the horse race for the #1 pick is on.

    they say it's lonely at the top.
    looks as if it's crowded at the bottom.

    How would you feel if the opposite happens...
    I mean from last years draft order... strenth of schedule....

    How would you feel about having the 13th pick in the draft when so many teams are so bad?

    Arizona Cardinals (1-7)
    Buffalo Bills (3-5)
    Cleveland Browns (2-6)
    Detroit Lions (2-6)
    Green Bay Packers (3-5)
    Houston Texans (2-6)
    Miami Dolphins (2-6)
    Oakland Raiders (2-6)
    Pittsburgh Steelers (2-6)
    San Francisco 49ers (3-5)
    Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-6)
    Tennessee Titans (2-6)
    Washington Redskins (3-5)
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  2. GoT

    GoT Strength and Honor Tip Jar Donor

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    fine by me.

    would love to win 4 or 5 more games this year.
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  3. titansfan9

    titansfan9 Camp Fodder

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    I think it'll end up:

    1. Cardinals- OT Joe Thomas
    2. Raiders- RB Adrian Peterson
    3. Browns- DE Gaines Adams
    4. Lions- QB Brady Quinn
    5. Texans- S Laron Landry
    6. Bills- QB Brian Brohm
    7. Titans- WR Calvin Johnson
    8. 49ers- WR Ted Ginn
    9. Packers- RB Marshawn Lynch
    10. Dolphins- LB Paul Posluszny
    11. Steelers- WR Dwayne Jarrett
    12. Bucs- OL Jake Long
    13. Vikings- WR Sidney Rice
    14. Redskins- DE Quinten Moses
    15. Jets- RB Kenny Irons
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  4. i like the optimism of gettin calvin that late
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  5. Gut

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    Ummm...

    No Troy Smith? And how is CJ gonna last to 7? I don't see Landry going ahead of CJ nor in the top 5 for that matter. And why would the Bills draft Brohm investing yet ANOTHER high pick and a ton of money on a young QB? Unless CJ runs a sub-par 40, he probably shouldn't fall out of the top 5.

    Gut
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  6. LazyManJackson

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    I don't agree with where those teams are placed, skins at #14, with Portis out and a new QB, not to mention they're playing poorly, and Landry won't be picked before CJ, I think he is slightly overated...
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  7. Titans2008

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    In his defense, he posted that before Portis' injury. Not that that makes putting the Skins at 14 any better.
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  8. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    CJ went at 7 because he wants CJ
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  9. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    if you go strictly by need, it is possible for him to fall to 7.

    1.Cardinals two all pro WRs
    2. Raiders moss and porter, although one or both can be gone. CJ isnt the track guy al davis covets though.
    3. Browns braylon edwards and kellen winslow taken in the first round two out of three years
    4. Lions 3 WRs in four years would not go over well
    5. Texans andre johnson is as good as they come, moulds is a good number 2
    6. Bills lee evans was a first round pick three years ago and finally has someone to throw him the ball. the cupboard is bare behind him though.
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  10. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    I wouldn't count out Oakland (depends on Moss/Porter and the rest), Browns, and Buffalo.
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