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  1. ctpatsfan77

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    I'll be updating this on a semi-regular basis (every couple of weeks or so).

    The good news for the Pats: TEN is 0-3. JAX is 1-2.

    The bad news for the Pats: TEN and JAX are the worst teams by strength of schedule.

    This is bad because picks cycle by record. So if three teams have the same record, and pick A-B-C in the first round, they pick B-C-A in the second.

    So, right now, there are seven winless teams, and nine one-win teams. Thus, the picks that currently belong to the Patriots are:

    Tennessee: #39
    Jacksonville: #48

    Next week: TEN and JAX play one another.
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    First of all, thanks for keeping track and updating this each week. We appreciate it a lot and hope you'll continue to do so. Secondly, LET'S GO, Titans, I guess!
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    Actually, I'm not sure which works out better for New England—a Titans win (which would likely give the Pats the first and last of the 1-3 picks), or a Jaguars win (which would likely give the Pats the last 0-4 pick and the last 2-2 pick).
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    I'm rooting against the Titans, of the two teams they are the ones that could get hot and string some wins together so I want them to get as many losses as possible now. After this they host Indy then are @ NE, even if they win this they could be an unbelievable 1-5 after the next three.
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    Both teams are better than their records. Tennessee has been in all 3 games, and Jax has had only one stinker. If Jax can take it to Tenn in weeks 4 and 8, Tenn could be 0-7 going into SF. This weeks Tenn-Jax game will be the season for Tenn...a must win. If Tenn can split with Jax, 6-10 record is possible. Jax has the easier schedule and I can see an 8-8 at this point
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    A word about Oakland

    Thank you for this thread!

    It's also interesting to think about Oakland: Where do we want them to finish THIS year in order to do as badly as possible in 2010? I think we want them to do well enough this year to not give up on the hopeless JaMarcus Russell, so that they can ride Russell to 3-13 in 2010.
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    Re: A word about Oakland

    Remember, though: Al Davis loves JaMarcus Russell. Even if Tom Cable wants to bench Russell, Davis may not let Cable do it.
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    Re: A word about Oakland

    Unfortunately, if the Raiders replace Russell, they will be good. That guy is the worst quarterback that I have seen since Rex Grossman. And don't tell me that Grossman didn't suck because he had five turnovers in the biggest game of his life. He virtually handed Manning a Super Bowl victory on a single platter. He was thought to be the most incompetent professional athlete that I have ever seen. Then came the Raiders. They managed to top incompetence with utter stupidity. They have the biggest, dumbest, inaccurate quarterback since Grossman. If they get anyone, and I mean anyone, that is even half decent, they could be good.
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    Re: A word about Oakland

    Dumping Garcia proved they don't want to be good.
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    Re: A word about Oakland

    So, you've never seen Sage Rosenfels play then
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    Re: A word about Oakland

    I don't know but I think I would have to go with Ryan Leaf....
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    Re: A word about Oakland

    It's really hard to argue with Ryan Leaf. There have been a lot of stupid and uprofessional athletes who have blown it in the NFL, but he really sets the bar.
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    Re: A word about Oakland


    From what I hear out here in SF, he's also the LAZIEST!!
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