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Originally posted by 49ers808:
No way they pick Jonah Williams #1 and there may not be suitors for a trade down because of this QB class, Herbert hasn't even declared yet too. Pretty sure they wouldn't mind Jones and Bosa rushing the passer for them. We can hope though because you're right about their atrocious oline and offense in general lol

The gap between Bosa and Quinnen Williams/Oliver isn't going to be very big at all. If the 49ers hadn't spent two of their past three 1st rounders on interior DL, I'd be perfectly fine with Quinnen Williams as the pick. He's a pretty ridiculous talent in his own right. Arizona's need at edge rusher is minimal, their need in interior DL is massive.
TB plays Atl week 17. That may decide it.
[ Edited by tjd808185 on Dec 9, 2018 at 5:08 PM ]
Originally posted by RTFirefly:
Originally posted by Furlow:
Probably just have to put someone there.

Which teams on their schedule are different than ours? I need to know who to root against for the SOS. Lol.

TB and NYG need to lose.
Atl and Wash need to win.

Got it thank you.
If the Cardinals need interior DL help, I wonder if/what they would trade us for Solomon Thomas.
Originally posted by Phoenix49ers:
Originally posted by niners94:
Cardinals got the number 1 now. This win wasn't worth it. He's taking Jimmy G out next year.

Cardinals aren't drafting Bosa if they have the #1 pick. They already have a stud edge rusher in Chandler Jones and another quality pass rusher in Markus Golden. They are much more likely to go with Ed Oliver, Quinnen Williams or Jonah Williams. Their interior DL and their entire OL is a disaster right now.

It's hard to be certain. But i'm hoping this is the case if they do end up at #1 and us at #2. Jonah Williams seems like a smart move for them.

I'm guessing they trade back. Josh Rosen is also garbage from what i've seen this year. I think everyone gets fired if they keep rolling with him.
Originally posted by Wewillwin:
It's hard to be certain. But i'm hoping this is the case if they do end up at #1 and us at #2. Jonah Williams seems like a smart move for them.

I'm guessing they trade back. Josh Rosen is also garbage from what i've seen this year. I think everyone gets fired if they keep rolling with him.

To trade back you need a time that wants to trade up. I can't see a team making that move for anything but a QB ultimately. I'll be rooting for someone like Herbert or Haskins to blow it up in the offseason and get the hype train rocking.
https://www.draftsite.com/nfl/rules/

  • For the playoff teams that got eliminated in the same round, their order is determined by regular season record.
  • Overall ties are then broken by strength of schedule, which is a calculation of the combined record of all of a team's opponents in that year, with divisional opponents counting twice.
  • The next tie breaker would be record against conference opponents and then divisional opponents.
  • Coin flip will occur if tie still exists.
  • After the first round, the order is determined by revolving the teams with the same records, with the team that just picked first of the group picking last in the next round.
Originally posted by NCommand:
https://www.draftsite.com/nfl/rules/

  • For the playoff teams that got eliminated in the same round, their order is determined by regular season record.
  • Overall ties are then broken by strength of schedule, which is a calculation of the combined record of all of a team's opponents in that year, with divisional opponents counting twice.
  • The next tie breaker would be record against conference opponents and then divisional opponents.
  • Coin flip will occur if tie still exists.
  • After the first round, the order is determined by revolving the teams with the same records, with the team that just picked first of the group picking last in the next round.

I'll get one right today, ha! The third bullet is wrong. It's divisional or conference tiebreakers (divisional for AZ). The first divisional tiebreak is head-to-head.

https://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakingprocedures

Edit: draft order procedure in last little dinky paragraph.
[ Edited by RTFirefly on Dec 9, 2018 at 5:48 PM ]
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Originally posted by RTFirefly:
Originally posted by NCommand:
https://www.draftsite.com/nfl/rules/

  • For the playoff teams that got eliminated in the same round, their order is determined by regular season record.
  • Overall ties are then broken by strength of schedule, which is a calculation of the combined record of all of a team's opponents in that year, with divisional opponents counting twice.
  • The next tie breaker would be record against conference opponents and then divisional opponents.
  • Coin flip will occur if tie still exists.
  • After the first round, the order is determined by revolving the teams with the same records, with the team that just picked first of the group picking last in the next round.

I'll get one right today, ha! The third bullet is wrong. It's divisional or conference tiebreakers (divisional for AZ). The first divisional tiebreak is head-to-head.

https://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakingprocedures

Seriously, this is so crazy confusing. I could have SWORN I heard there is a 'head to head' that comes into play at some point. I just didn't know at what stage. And thanks for the resource.
[ Edited by NCommand on Dec 9, 2018 at 5:51 PM ]

Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by RTFirefly:
Originally posted by NCommand:
https://www.draftsite.com/nfl/rules/

  • For the playoff teams that got eliminated in the same round, their order is determined by regular season record.
  • Overall ties are then broken by strength of schedule, which is a calculation of the combined record of all of a team's opponents in that year, with divisional opponents counting twice.
  • The next tie breaker would be record against conference opponents and then divisional opponents.
  • Coin flip will occur if tie still exists.
  • After the first round, the order is determined by revolving the teams with the same records, with the team that just picked first of the group picking last in the next round.

I'll get one right today, ha! The third bullet is wrong. It's divisional or conference tiebreakers (divisional for AZ). The first divisional tiebreak is head-to-head.

https://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakingprocedures

Seriously, this is so crazy confusing. I could have SWORN I heard there is a 'head to head' that comes into play at some point. I just didn't know at what stage. And thanks for the resource.

Based on the nfl.com source he just pasted, head-to-head would in fact come into play... because it's the first thing in the "divisional" and "conference" tiebreakers.

But it doesn't specify if the tie is given to whoever actually has the lower head-to-head or higher head-to-head record.
Originally posted by NCommand:
Originally posted by RTFirefly:
Originally posted by NCommand:
https://www.draftsite.com/nfl/rules/

  • For the playoff teams that got eliminated in the same round, their order is determined by regular season record.
  • Overall ties are then broken by strength of schedule, which is a calculation of the combined record of all of a team's opponents in that year, with divisional opponents counting twice.
  • The next tie breaker would be record against conference opponents and then divisional opponents.
  • Coin flip will occur if tie still exists.
  • After the first round, the order is determined by revolving the teams with the same records, with the team that just picked first of the group picking last in the next round.

I'll get one right today, ha! The third bullet is wrong. It's divisional or conference tiebreakers (divisional for AZ). The first divisional tiebreak is head-to-head.

https://www.nfl.com/standings/tiebreakingprocedures

Seriously, this is so crazy confusing. I could have SWORN I heard there is a 'head to head' that comes into play at some point. I just didn't know at what stage. And thanks for the resource.

I agree. I could have SWORN that the procedure jumped from SOS to coin flip. Ha! Learn something new every day.
Ninersnation just posted something on this.....
the way we've been drafting in the first round, it doesnt matter where we draft at lol...
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