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    how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    where multiple teams go "defeated". i think this is a real possibility this year, and i hope my phins end up with mr. luck.



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    the rams will not go winless

    but if they do wind up with the #1 pick, they will trade it and they better make bank...



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by theyork View Post
    where multiple teams go "defeated". i think this is a real possibility this year, and i hope my phins end up with mr. luck.
    Not sure, but I would guess by points against. In which case Indy just took the lead with that 62 point debalicle



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    they have a suck-o-meter that works a lot like a geiger counter.


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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by dualthreat View Post
    the rams will not go winlessbut if they do wind up with the #1 pick, they will trade it and they better make bank...
    I wouldn't be so sure of that. Luck is cheaper and probably as good as Bradford. Plus can trade Bradford for a bunch of picks.



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by theyork View Post
    where multiple teams go "defeated". i think this is a real possibility this year, and i hope my phins end up with mr. luck.
    Probably the exact same way they do when five teams go 8-8 and same with other records? Just a guess.



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    The question is WHEN Indy goes winless, do they keep luck or trade him for someone else? Seems pretty crazy to keep the best QB to come through the draft in a long time behind a hall of famer for 4 years. I mean it's good to have your QB learn from one of the best but four years is a long time for a QB of Luck's caliber.


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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by cy4prez7 View Post
    The question is WHEN Indy goes winless, do they keep luck or trade him for someone else? Seems pretty crazy to keep the best QB to come through the draft in a long time behind a hall of famer for 4 years. I mean it's good to have your QB learn from one of the best but four years is a long time for a QB of Luck's caliber.
    Packers did alright sitting Rodgers behind Favre, Rivers behind Brees(but that was only like one year I think) Why not let the best QB prospect ever sit behind one of the best QB's ever for a few years and learn the ropes? But I'm pretty sure Luck is heading to Miami anyways.



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    I am pretty sure the first tiebreaker is strength of schedule.



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by RustShack View Post
    Packers did alright sitting Rodgers behind Favre, Rivers behind Brees(but that was only like one year I think) Why not let the best QB prospect ever sit behind one of the best QB's ever for a few years and learn the ropes? But I'm pretty sure Luck is heading to Miami anyways.
    Aaron Rodgers didn't have the hype that Andrew Luck had out of high school...nobody knew that he was going to be THIS good. And Brett Favre was a terrible mentor because he didn't want to mentor Rodgers. (not that Rodgers didn't still learn from him though.)


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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Here is how they did it last year. Looks like SOS is the first tie-breaker, with the team playing the weaker schedule given the first pick.

    NFL.com news: Complete order of first round of 2011 NFL Draft determined



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by theyork View Post
    where multiple teams go "defeated". i think this is a real possibility this year, and i hope my phins end up with mr. luck.
    As always, if two (or more) teams finish with the same record, whoever has the worse strength of schedule gets the better pick.




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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by theyork View Post
    where multiple teams go "defeated". i think this is a real possibility this year, and i hope my phins end up with mr. luck.
    STRENGTH OF SCHEDULE would determine who drafts 1st!



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Another reason why the NBA is struggling. They use a coin flip to determine position (as well as the lottery).



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    Re: how is draft order figured in the unlikely event

    Quote Originally Posted by tman24 View Post
    I wouldn't be so sure of that. Luck is cheaper and probably as good as Bradford. Plus can trade Bradford for a bunch of picks.
    How can you say Luck is as good as Bradford? bradford was spectacular as a rookie for a team wihtout any weapons at WR. he is the most unprotected QB in the NFL, and that has finally caught up to him. There is no way you can say Luck is that good. Luck is still a well of potential. People know that Bradford can play in the NFL.



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