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Mr. Laz
11-16-2004, 12:47 PM
My heart won't let me cheer for the chiefs to lose, even though my head says it might be the best thing for them in the long run.

but i can start cheering for the other stinky teams, so that if we dont make the playoffs we can still have a chance for the highest draft pick possible.

if carl is going to blow it... might as well have him blow it in big time style. :mad:

we have a legit shot at the 4th pick of the draft




Selection order if the 2005 draft were held today;
opponents' combined W-L records based on full season.
X indicates tie; would be decided by coin flip #

PK Team W-L Opps'W-L %
1 San Francisco 1-8 .479
2 Miami 1-8 .549
3 Carolina 2-7 .514
4 Tampa Bay 3-6 .458
5 Tennessee 3-6 .500
6x Dallas 3-6 .521(from Buffalo*)
7x Washington 3-6 .521
8 Oakland 3-6 .528
9 Kansas City 3-6 .549
10 Dallas 3-6 .556
11 Cleveland 3-6 .576
12x Arizona 4-5 .451
13x New Orleans 4-5 .451
14 Chicago 4-5 .486
15 Houston 4-5 .521
16 Detroit 4-5 .535
17 Cincinnati 4-5 .557
18 Seattle 5-4 .431
19 St. Louis 5-4 .465
20 Green Bay 5-4 .493
21 Minnesota 5-4 .507
22 San Diego 5-4 .542(from Giants**)
23 Denver 6-3 .444
24 San Diego 6-3 .472
25 New York Jets 6-3 .486
26 Jacksonville 6-3 .507
27x Indianapolis 6-3 .528
28x Baltimore 6-3 .528
29 Atlanta 7-2 .481
30 New England 8-1 .451
31 Philadelphia 8-1 .472
32 Pittsburgh 8-1 .500

* Buffalo's 1st pick would be #38/39
** NY Giants 1st pick would be #54

Saulbadguy
11-16-2004, 12:51 PM
At 9 I don't see Derrick Johnson or Antrel Rolle. Braylon Edwards is a possibility, as is Marlin Jackson. Antonio Perkins stock might drop where we could get him for a late first-early 2nd with some trades. Basically all of OU's defensive line will be in this draft as well.

IMO if we can't get Derrick Johnson or Antrelle Rolle we should get Braylon Edwards at that spot, or possibly trade down to get Mark Clayton, or Marlin Jackson. At 9, I would like to see this:

1. Braylon Edwards
2. Antonio Perkins

OR
1. Marlin Jackson
2. Mark Clayton

Brock
11-16-2004, 12:56 PM
Doesn't exactly look like a bonanza this year.

Saulbadguy
11-16-2004, 01:02 PM
Doesn't exactly look like a bonanza this year.
LB's are definately weak IMO...some good WR's and Cornerbacks, but overall not much.

Rain Man
11-16-2004, 01:39 PM
Good point. I want the Chiefs to win, but if for some reason we don't make the playoffs, I'll be happy for all of the Washingtons and Tennessees of the world to sneak by us in the standings. It's humiliating, but necessary.

Mr. Laz
11-17-2004, 11:52 AM
Good point. I want the Chiefs to win, but if for some reason we don't make the playoffs, I'll be happy for all of the Washingtons and Tennessees of the world to sneak by us in the standings. It's humiliating, but necessary.

except for the faiders... i just can't hope they win either :cuss:

the Talking Can
11-17-2004, 12:41 PM
I think we're looking at 6-10.....is that, historically, a top 10 pick?

Calcountry
11-17-2004, 12:49 PM
My heart won't let me cheer for the chiefs to lose, even though my head says it might be the best thing for them in the long run.

but i can start cheering for the other stinky teams, so that if we dont make the playoffs we can still have a chance for the highest draft pick possible.

if carl is going to blow it... might as well have him blow it in big time style. :mad:

we have a legit shot at the 4th pick of the draft




Selection order if the 2005 draft were held today;
opponents' combined W-L records based on full season.
X indicates tie; would be decided by coin flip #

PK Team W-L Opps'W-L %
1 San Francisco 1-8 .479
2 Miami 1-8 .549
3 Carolina 2-7 .514
4 Tampa Bay 3-6 .458
5 Tennessee 3-6 .500
6x Dallas 3-6 .521(from Buffalo*)
7x Washington 3-6 .521
8 Oakland 3-6 .528
9 Kansas City 3-6 .549
10 Dallas 3-6 .556
11 Cleveland 3-6 .576
12x Arizona 4-5 .451
13x New Orleans 4-5 .451
14 Chicago 4-5 .486
15 Houston 4-5 .521
16 Detroit 4-5 .535
17 Cincinnati 4-5 .557
18 Seattle 5-4 .431
19 St. Louis 5-4 .465
20 Green Bay 5-4 .493
21 Minnesota 5-4 .507
22 San Diego 5-4 .542(from Giants**)
23 Denver 6-3 .444
24 San Diego 6-3 .472
25 New York Jets 6-3 .486
26 Jacksonville 6-3 .507
27x Indianapolis 6-3 .528
28x Baltimore 6-3 .528
29 Atlanta 7-2 .481
30 New England 8-1 .451
31 Philadelphia 8-1 .472
32 Pittsburgh 8-1 .500

* Buffalo's 1st pick would be #38/39
** NY Giants 1st pick would be #54


We control our Destiny with the Raiders

Skip Towne
11-17-2004, 12:54 PM
Heh - Of the 8 teams "ahead" of us in this sweepstakes two of them have beaten us.

ChiefFripp
11-17-2004, 01:06 PM
As long as San Diego takes the AFC West from The Broncos, I'm fine.