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  1. mjbaker

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    Can Somebody please tell me the draft order now of the top 7 teams as new england will have the seventh pick.

    Thanks!!
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    Hahahahahahahahahha. Atlanta had a better team then the JETS. :singing:

    I love it.
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    From the draft board :

    1. Miami 1-15, 138 opponent wins
    2. St. Louis 3-13, 131
    3 (tie). Kansas City 4-12, 132, 3-9 AFC
    3 (tie). Oakland 4-12, 132, 4-8 AFC
    3 (tie). Atlanta 4-12, 132
    6. New York Jets 4-12, 134
    7. San Francisco (held by New England) 5-11, 119
    8. Baltimore 5-11, 132
    9. Cincinnati 7-9, 118
    10. New Orleans 7-9, 123
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    Based on that order looks like the chances of McFadden going into the AFC East are low. Whew.
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    So the Pats winning last night (would have changed the SOS by 2 from 134 to 132) hurt the Jets..Sweet...............
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    My mock of top picks as of today:

    1. Miami- Dorsey. Tuna will take this top DT.

    2. St. Louis- Jake Long- to replace Pace at LT eventually

    3 (tie). Kansas City- Chris Long- Edwards will want to build the D

    3 (tie). Oakland- McFadden.. the RB to go with the QB

    3 (tie). Atlanta- Matt Ryan, the best QB on the board

    6. New York Jets- Lauranitis- Wo-Mangini will want the guy everyone has as a perfect Pat.. good for the Jets 3-4 as well

    7. NE- I predict a trade down with a team wanting a QB (Carolina, Chicago, Detroit,Minny??) in front of the Ravens. If not, Vernon Gholston would be the quality pass rusher we need to further spark the front 7 as Colvin is likely a cap casualty if not reworked. Look for a MLB and cb help in rds. 2 and 3.

    8. Baltimore- Brian Brohm or Andre Woodson- QB is a must

    9. Cincinnati- Sedrick Ellis or Keith Rivers- front 7 help is a must

    10. New Orleans- perhaps the top corner, either Jenkins, or whichever Trojans players that Cinci passes on
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    Do you have a rough idea of where they (Minn, Car, Chi ) pick or the second 20????
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    I have 8-20
    8. Baltimore
    9. Cincy
    10. New Orleans
    11. Buffalo
    12. Denver
    13. Carolina
    14. Chicago
    15. Detroit
    16. Arizona
    17. Minnesota
    18. Houston
    19. Philly
    20. Cleveland or Tennessee
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    im thinkin hte jets will also take who we want...

    also, i think KC will focus on O first round, or take a CB to replace law
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    Just to be clear, this tie is currently unbreakable. I think it must go KC-OAK, but it could be ATL-KC-OAK, KC-ATL-OAK, or KC-OAK-ATL--and I could be wrong about that, too.
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    This also puts our #3 from Oakland in the 3, 4 or 5 spot of the 3rd round - just a few picks after our own #2.
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    Baltimore will not draft another QB!!
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    Is this determined by a coin flip? I thought that what it is but I could be wrong.
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    My thoughts exactly. The Jets will take whoever the Pats want even if the the need isn't there. It would be funny if the Pats traded up ahead of the Jets and have Mangina shat his pants
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    http://www.ajc.com/braves/content/sports/falcons/stories/2007/12/30/faldraft_1231.html

    >>>>>The Falcons will select third in the 2008 NFL draft, getting the pick in the third tie-breaker between four teams. Miami (1-15) and St. Louis (3-13) will make the first two picks.

    The Falcons, Oakland, Kansas City and the New York Jets all finished 4-12. The Falcons, Raiders and Chiefs had identical strengths of schedule, the first tie-breaker. The Raiders and Chiefs split their two meetings, the second tie-breaker, and neither played the Falcons. The Falcons won the third tie-breaker, division record, by going 1-5 in the NFC South as the Raiders and Chiefs were both 2-4 in the AFC West. The tie-breaker between the Raiders and Chiefs was broken by virtue of the Raiders having a worse record among common opponents, the fourth tie-breaker.<<<<<<<
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    They have to do a coinflip on Monday, which is today, to determine who gets the #3 pick.

    http://www.ajc.com/braves/content/sports/falcons/stories/2007/12/30/faldraft_1231.html

    This story corrects an earlier version that inaccurately stated the Falcons had clinched the third pick in the 2008 draft.
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    1. Miami 1-15
    2. St. Louis 3-13
    3 (tie). Kansas City 4-12
    3 (tie). Oakland 4-12
    3 (tie). Atlanta 4-12
    6. New York Jets 4-12
    7. New England 16-0

    One of these teams is not like the others; can you spot it?
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    And yes, a small part of me dies in wishing this.

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    I LOVE Gholston. Is he definitely coming out?
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