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    Default 2010 draft order and SOS


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    The first 20 spots are locked in, but the remaining slots can still change depending on the playoff results. Team record and strength of schedule (SOS) are in parentheses.


    1) St. Louis (1-15, .520)
    2) Detroit (2-14, .523)
    3) Tampa Bay (3-13, .555)
    4) Washington (4-12, .492)
    5) Kansas City (4-12, .516)
    6) Seattle (5-11, .477)
    7) Cleveland (5-11, .512)
    8) Oakland (5-11, .527)
    9) Buffalo (6-10, .516)
    10-11) Chicago (7-9, .496)
    10-11) Jacksonville (7-9, .496)
    12) Miami (7-9, .559)
    13) San Francisco (8-8, .477)
    14) Denver (8-8, .527)
    15) NY Giants (8-8, .535)
    16-17) Tennessee (8-8, .539)
    16-17) Carolina (8-8, .539)
    18) Pittsburgh (9-7, .488)
    19-20) Atlanta (9-7, .504)
    19-20) Houston (9-7, .504)


    Subject to Change:
    21) New York Jets (9-7, .516)
    22) Baltimore (9-7, .523)
    23) Arizona (10-6, .445)
    24) Cincinnati (10-6, .492)
    25) New England (10-6, .516)
    26) Green Bay (11-5, .441)
    27) Philadelphia (11-5, .484)
    28) Dallas (11-5, .488)
    29) Minnesota (12-4, .441)
    30) San Diego (13-3, .453)
    31) New Orleans (13-3, .426) [Super Bowl Loser]
    32) Indianapolis (14-2, .473) [Super Bowl Winner]


    The three ties will be decided by coin flip prior to the draft because all three involve teams from two different conferences.


    Tiebreaking Procedures


    The draft tiebreakers are as follows:

    1) Super Bowl Winner picks 32nd

    2) Super Bowl Loser picks 31st

    3) Teams are ranked in inverse order of their record. Ties count as a half win and half loss.

    4) A playoff team always picks after a non-playoff team with the same regular season record. If two playoff teams have the same regular season record, but one was eliminated in an earlier round, that team picks first.

    5) Ties are then broken using strength of schedule (average of all 16 opponent's winning percentage, divisionmates count twice since they were played twice. Or count the wins of all opponents, same result). Weaker schedule picks earlier.

    6) If SOS fails to break the tie, and the teams are in the same division, apply the division playoff tiebreakers (except the "loser" picks higher).

    7) If SOS fails to break the tie, the teams are not in the same division, but the teams are in the same conference, apply the conference playoff tiebreakers (except the "loser" picks higher).

    8) If the teams are still tied, or are in different conferences, a coin toss decides the order. If three teams are tied such that the tie can be broken as to two teams, but not between any of those two and a third team, the "loser" of the two-team tie flips against the other team first. A scenario where all three teams are stone tied is nearly impossible since there are only two conferences and intraconference tiebreakers go very deep before a coin flip.


    2009 NFL Strength of Schedule After Regular Season

    1) Miami (.559)
    2) Tampa Bay (.555)
    3) Carolina (.539)
    3) Tennessee (.539)
    5) NY Giants (.535)
    6) Denver (.527)
    6) Oakland (.527)
    8) Baltimore (.523)
    8) Detroit (.523)
    10) St. Louis (.520)
    11) NY Jets (.516)
    11) Kansas City (.516)
    11) Buffalo (.516)
    11) New England (.516)
    15) Cleveland (.512)
    16) Houston (.504)
    16) Atlanta (.504)
    18) Chicago (.496)
    18) Jacksonville (.496)
    20) Cincinnati (.492)
    20) Washington (.492)

    22) Dallas (.488)
    22) Pittsburgh (.488)
    24) Philadelphia (.484)
    25) San Francisco (.477)
    25) Seattle (.477)
    27) Indianapolis (.473)
    28) San Diego (.453)
    29) Arizona (.445)
    30) Green Bay (.441)
    30) Minnesota (.441)
    32) New Orleans (.426)

    We had a higher SOS then WAshington so why are they rafting 4th and not us?>> Feel free to copy and paste and add your mock draft to this..

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    Because we had the same record and played better teams, so in theory we are a better team than they are and should draft lower.

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    We had a higher SOS then WAshington so why are they rafting 4th and not us?

    Probably because we beat them.
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    Looks like Suh, Berry, and Otung will be gone, maybe just maybe either Otung ot Berry will still be there but doubtfull.

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    St Louis will take a QB. They've had terrible luck drafting Nebraska players in the past (Lawrence Phillips, Eric Crouch, karriker) so I doubt they take Suh.

    Detroit is a mystery. They could and should take Okung, but they'll probably take Eric Berry or Suh.

    Tampa will most likely take Suh if he's available, or McCoy, since as somebody pointed out in a different thread, their DTs are terrible.

    Washington's pick will depend on if they can resign Campbell or not. I don't see there being a huge market for him, but if they don't resign him then they'll go QB, if they do, they'll snatch Okung from under neath us.

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    Okung will be gone for sure , but we still have a shot at Berry or Bruce Campbell who is very competent. Worst case scenario we take Rolando Mclain who I think is the best ILB in the draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Argo View Post
    Okung will be gone for sure , but we still have a shot at Berry or Bruce Campbell who is very competent. Worst case scenario we take Rolando Mclain who I think is the best ILB in the draft.
    I still think Spikes is better than Mclain, but either would be an massive upgrade for us.

    More and more its looking like it'll either be Berry or Campbell. I think its a safe bet Okung will be gone.

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    So if we would have lost yesterday we would have got Suh or Berry (probably Berry) as we would have had the #3 pick.

    We can't even lose properly!!!!

    At least we'll get a good OL

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    Quote Originally Posted by kellys11 View Post
    So if we would have lost yesterday we would have got Suh or Berry (probably Berry) as we would have had the #3 pick.

    We can't even lose properly!!!!

    At least we'll get a good OL
    Losing breeds losing, no matter what players you draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yashi View Post
    Losing breeds losing, no matter what players you draft.
    True that....but you are already in the midst of breeding a losing atmosphere, losing 3 games instead of 4 would not have mattered.

    Now I'm not saying that they should have thrown the game, but it would have been really nice to get Suh or Berry. I think there is a big drop off afte those 2 guys and I expect St.Louis to take a QB.

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