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2010 NFL Draft Order - Final

Originally posted by Superbowl09:
I would rather beat the rams than have the #10 pick.

same f*ckin here screw a couple of slots pride is worth more then losing just to get a better pick

8-8=none losing season in 7 years

Originally posted by DaveWilcox:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
I've got big concerns over our draft selections, as they are heading more to the middle of the first round with each passing week. Thank God this is the end of the season, because it looks like the Panthers can beat nearly anyone in the league right now.

I hate the Vikings, but still pulled for them big time last night. Why?

The Bears loss could be another setback for the draft, as it makes the Saints-Panthers game meaningless. The Vikings' loss last night automatically hands home field advantage to the Saints throughout the playoffs, and since their game will no have impact on any other playoff team, I expect the Saints to play backups throughout the game.

The Panthers-Saints game will be in Carolina, and I expect the Panthers to win, which would push their record to 8-8. Nearly as important, the Panthers will have played a tougher schedule than every 8-8 team, except possibly one other. Which means the Panthers' selection, which the Niners possess, is going to be well down the draft board.

So, Niners' fans have got to pull hard for all the 8-7 teams to pull off big wins the week, in order to preven these teams from having the same 8-8 record as the Panthers, and our team from selecting in the range of 20th overall (with the Panthers' pick).

More and more, I expect the Niners' two selections to be in the 14th and 17th overall area, which is a pretty big dropoff in talent from the top dozen players, especially in positions of need.

That's a sobering prospect.. Thanks for the post christmas lump of coal in my stocking...

Originally posted by 49ers18:
Originally posted by m_brockalexander:
Originally posted by MadDog49er:
I've got big concerns over our draft selections, as they are heading more to the middle of the first round with each passing week. Thank God this is the end of the season, because it looks like the Panthers can beat nearly anyone in the league right now.

I hate the Vikings, but still pulled for them big time last night. Why?

The Bears loss could be another setback for the draft, as it makes the Saints-Panthers game meaningless. The Vikings' loss last night automatically hands home field advantage to the Saints throughout the playoffs, and since their game will no have impact on any other playoff team, I expect the Saints to play backups throughout the game.

The Panthers-Saints game will be in Carolina, and I expect the Panthers to win, which would push their record to 8-8. Nearly as important, the Panthers will have played a tougher schedule than every 8-8 team, except possibly one other. Which means the Panthers' selection, which the Niners possess, is going to be well down the draft board.

So, Niners' fans have got to pull hard for all the 8-7 teams to pull off big wins the week, in order to preven these teams from having the same 8-8 record as the Panthers, and our team from selecting in the range of 20th overall (with the Panthers' pick).

More and more, I expect the Niners' two selections to be in the 14th and 17th overall area, which is a pretty big dropoff in talent from the top dozen players, especially in positions of need.

Here are the other teams with 8-7 records and their strength of schedules:

16 Pittsburgh 8-7 .479
17 Atlanta 8-7 .508
18 Houston 8-7 .517
19 Baltimore 8-7 .521
20 New York Jets 8-7 .525
21 Seattle (from Denver) 8-7 .529
22 New York Giants 8-7 .542

All of the teams in bold have their playoff aspirations tied to winning their game next week. Let's hope they all come through.

Ok...so Basically i am rooting for the Steelers, Titans, Jaguars and the Saints this week....so then we would have the 11 and 12 pick....i can live with that :D

Cheer for those 8-7 teams to win this week, and for all of Carolina's and SF's opponents to lose this week.
Originally posted by SonocoNinerFan:
It's all about the Saints-Panthers game.

Saints win = Carolina Pick at #11

Saints lose = Carolina Pick at #17-22

While much depends on the Carolina-Saints game, it also hinges on many of the 7-8 teams winning as well. If all the 7-8 teams lost this week, including the Niners and Panthers, and the current opponents' W-L record stayed the same, and the Bears also lost to stay at 6 wins, the Niners would select 11th with their own pick, and would select 14th with the Panthers' pick.

If the scenario above stays the same, EXCEPT the Niners winning, then the Niners would select 14th with Carolina's pick, and either 16th or 17th overall, depending on whether the 8-7 Steelers win.

In the end, I do project both selections to be somewhere in middle of the first round....unfortunately. In my opinion, this puts us out of the Okung, Williams, Davis Sweepstakes, and into the area where Iupati, Bulaga (if he comes out), and Campbell are in contention.
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Mad, can Iupati be converted to tackle? I haven't seen much of the player.
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Originally posted by English:
Originally posted by ImaMod:
I'd rather have the 10th pick than baet the Rams...

No. Never call for your team to lose. And against the Rams!
Fine..Is there any way the Panthers can end up witht he 10th pick?
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Ima, your not the only one who wants that 10th pick, I do too. I love my Niners and hate for them to lose, but this is for a shot at Trent Williams or one of the better players. Here's to the Rams winning.
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Originally posted by mayo63:
Ima, your not the only one who wants that 10th pick, I do too. I love my Niners and hate for them to lose, but this is for a shot at Trent Williams or one of the better players. Here's to the Rams winning.

Lol, I wouldnt mind to win ofcourse, but I'd rather have us win and some how get a number 10 pick from the Panthers...I just want us to have a Crabtree or Orakpo type player next season that can contribute right away..
Originally posted by tohara3:
Originally posted by lamontb:
Originally posted by RedWaltz24:
Originally posted by OnTheClock:
Originally posted by Superbowl09:
I would rather beat the rams than have the #10 pick.
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Originally posted by ImaMod:
Originally posted by mayo63:
Ima, your not the only one who wants that 10th pick, I do too. I love my Niners and hate for them to lose, but this is for a shot at Trent Williams or one of the better players. Here's to the Rams winning.

Lol, I wouldnt mind to win ofcourse, but I'd rather have us win and some how get a number 10 pick from the Panthers...I just want us to have a Crabtree or Orakpo type player next season that can contribute right away..

There's no way to get the 10th pick with the Panthers pick. I think the best we can get with that pick is 12th. Still even then it's not to far off of #10 to get a impact player, I'd just hate to lose out on a Williams or Spiller because the team two spots ahead of us took them. I want to be in position to take our guy.
Originally posted by DaveWilcox:
Originally posted by GoFD74:
Have no fear...seems like there is always a nice pocket of talent to be found in picks 11-18, even compared to picks 1-10:

2002
1 David Carr
2 Julius Peppers
3 Joey Harrington
4 Mike Williams
5 Quentin Jammer
6 Ryan Sims
7 Bryant McKinnie
8 Roy Williams (S)
9 John Henderson
10 Levi Jones

11 Dwight Freeney
12 Wendell Bryant
13 Donte' Stallworth
14 Jeremy Shockey
15 Albert Haynesworth
16 William Green
17 Phillip Buchanon
18 T.J. Duckett

2003
1 Carson Palmer
2 Charles Rogers
3 Andre Johnson
4 Dewayne Robertson
5 Terence Newman
6 Johnathan Sullivan
7 Byron Leftwich
8 Jordan Gross
9 Kevin Williams
10 Terrell Suggs

11 Marcus Trufant
12 Jimmy Kennedy
13 Ty Warren
14 Michael Haynes
15 Jerome McDougle
16 Troy Polamalu
17 Bryant Johnson
18 Calvin Pace

2004
1 Eli Manning
2 Robert Gallery
3 Larry Fitzgerald
4 Philip Rivers
5 Sean Taylor
6 Kellen Winslow
7 Roy Williams (WR)
8 DeAngelo Hall
9 Reggie Williams
10 Dunta Robinson

11 Ben Roethlisberger
12 Jonathan Vilma
13 Lee Evans
14 Tommie Harris
15 Michael Clayton
16 Shawn Andrews
17 D.J. Williams
18 Will Smith

2005
1 Alex Smith
2 Ronnie Brown
3 Braylon Edwards
4 Cedric Benson
5 Cadillac Williams
6 Pacman Jones
7 Troy Williamson
8 Antrel Rolle
9 Carlos Rogers
10 Mike Williams (WR)

11 DeMarcus Ware
12 Shawne Merriman
13 Jammal Brown
14 Thomas Davis
15 Derrick Johnson
16 Travis Johnson
17 David Pollack
18 Erasmus James

2006
1 Mario Williams
2 Reggie Bush
3 Vince Young
4 D'Brickashaw Ferguson
5 A.J. Hawk
6 Vernon Davis
7 Michael Huff
8 Donte Whitner
9 Ernie Sims
10 Matt Leinart

11 Jay Cutler
12 Haloti Ngata
13 Kamerion Wimbley
14 Brodrick Bunkley
15 Tye Hill
16 Jason Allen
17 Chad Greenway
18 Bobby Carpenter

2007
1 JaMarcus Russell
2 Calvin Johnson
3 Joe Thomas
4 Gaines Adams
5 Levi Brown
6 LaRon Landry
7 Adrian Peterson
8 Jamaal Anderson
9 Ted Ginn Jr.
10 Amobi Okoye

11 Patrick Willis
12 Marshawn Lynch
13 Adam Carriker
14 Darrelle Revis
15 Lawrence Timmons
16 Justin Harrell
17 Jarvis Moss
18 Leon Hall

2008
1 Jake Long
2 Chris Long
3 Matt Ryan
4 Darren McFadden
5 Glenn Dorsey
6 Vernon Gholston
7 Sedrick Ellis
8 Derrick Harvey
9 Keith Rivers
10 Jerod Mayo

11 Leodis McKelvin
12 Ryan Clady
13 Jonathan Stewart
14 Chris Williams
15 Branden Albert
16 Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie
17 Gosder Cherilus
18 Joe Flacco

2009
1 Matthew Stafford
2 Jason Smith
3 Tyson Jackson
4 Aaron Curry
5 Mark Sanchez
6 Andre Smith
7 Darrius Heyward-Bey
8 Eugene Monroe
9 B.J. Raji
10 Michael Crabtree

11 Aaron Maybin
12 Knowshon Moreno
13 Brian Orakpo
14 Malcolm Jenkins
15 Brian Cushing
16 Larry English
17 Josh Freeman
18 Robert Ayers

Wow!! there were a lot of 1st round busts in 2007.

I think 2005 was the worst
This would have to happen:

1. NO beats Carolina in Carolina: Possible because NO lost their last two games and may want to get a win before they go on their two week hiatus.

2. JAX beats CLE at CLE: Very possible.

3. TEN beats SEA at SEA: Very possible.

4. MIA beats PITT at MIA: This puts both at 8-8. If PITT beats MIA, then MIA may get the 11th or 12th pick. The reason is MIA's opponents are currently .554 and CAR's is .550. NO and PITT wins will increase their wins and increase the pecentages for both MIA and CAR and with the numbers so close, can't tell which would have the higest percentage at this time. Of course PITT is at .479 while Niners at .483 so a tie would technically give PITT the higher pick but these numbers can change because even though tied, MIA winning percentage may go up causing PITTs to go up since the Rams percentage is so low. Confused? So am I. Let's just forget it and wait until the season does end.
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