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for the 2007 draft? Assume you are running the whole draft. How do you draft based on ratios by position?
For example, assume the Pats end up with 10 choices. If you draft based on where you think the team needs the most help by position, how much of an emphasis do you place on the team's need at that position based on a percentage? The example below assumes an equal need at all positions for illustration purposes. Adding all percentages must total 100%. How would you change the percentages below based on your knowledge of team needs and how you would like to see the mix in the coming draft?:
Agree except for one minor tweak. I wouldn't mind seeing a de in round 3 or 4. I'd like to end the Marquise Hill experiment. And, get someone who can play. Our DL was gassed in Indy, lack of depth hurt us.
Adam Carriker could be drafted
__________________ "There are two categories of superbowl participants that nobody remembers:
The team that lost the game and the team that only won one." Dwight White- Steelers
OL = 0%
TE = 0%
WR = 0%
RB/FB = 10%
QB = 0%
So the breakdown would go like this: considering who is on the board during the first 2 picks in the 1st round, go for a hard-hitting safety and an impact ILB. If the impact ILB is not there, go for best player available among CB, SS/FS, or OLB in the form of an athletic DE. In later rounds 3-6, pick up CB, SS/FS, RB, OLB, ILB, and a DL to compete with Hill and Smith.
In later picks of rounds 6 and 7, go for the best athlete available.
"Trade both firsts for 08 firsts, giving us three 08 firsts."
You know; that may not be a bad idea...think about it.
With the additions this year in FA and our later round picks it could be a idea.
Image us winning the SB this year and staring 3 picks next year...WOW
Neat to think about. But then I keep thinking about Dallas Clark being chased from behing by Alexander and Hawkins. Don't think we can make it without a little depth this year