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Tracking the Lions' Draft Order
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Author:  slybri19 [ December 21st, 2009, 1:30 pm ]
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Oops! My bad. :oops:

I don't know why I counted the Saints as 2 wins for Tampa opponents, but did it correctly for the Lions. As a result, change the opponent wins to 124 for Tampa and 115 for Detroit.

Author:  slybri19 [ December 22nd, 2009, 10:41 am ]
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1 St. Louis 1-13 .531
2 Detroit 2-12 .513
3 Tampa Bay 2-12 .558
4 Cleveland 3-11 .509
5 Kansas City 3-11 .527
6 Washington 4-10 .500
7 Seattle 5-9 .469
8 Denver (from Chicago) 5-9 .487
9 Buffalo 5-9 .513
10 Oakland 5-9 .518
11 San Francisco 6-8 .487
12 San Francisco (from Carolina) 6-8 .549
13 Pittsburgh 7-7 .482
14 Jacksonville 7-7 .496
15 Atlanta 7-7 .500
16 Houston 7-7 .531
17 New York Jets 7-7 .531
18 Miami 7-7 .549
19 Tennessee 7-7 .549
20 Baltimore 8-6 .513
21 Seattle (from Denver) 8-6 .531
22 New York Giants 8-6 .540
23 Green Bay 9-5 .424
24 Arizona 9-5 .446
25 Cincinnati 9-5 .464
26 Dallas 9-5 .504
27 New England 9-5 .522
28 Philadelphia 10-4 .482
29 Minnesota 11-3 .420
30 San Diego 11-3 .464
31 New Orleans 13-1 .411
32 Indianapolis 14-0 .478

With only two weks remaining, I think it's virtually impossible for the Lions to pick after Tampa Bay if they end up with the same record.

Author:  kdsberman [ December 22nd, 2009, 10:46 am ]
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Good (well, in Suh's case)

Author:  BillySims [ December 23rd, 2009, 1:50 am ]
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Hope and a prayer? We hung tough against AZ last week. Can St. Louis beat them after we softened them up? LOL. We just need the Rams to win 1 more game and then no-one can deny us Suh.

They play @ AZ this week and at home vs. the 49ers in the last game. Can they win 1 of these 2 games?

Author:  picross00 [ December 23rd, 2009, 12:29 pm ]
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I would be so jacked to get Suh. He is so disruptive. Is it sick to hope we stay up in the top two? I didn't want that high pick last year because there wasn't anyone I was convinced on. This year I am 100% on the Suh bandwagon!

Author:  dmudd [ December 23rd, 2009, 11:49 pm ]
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kdsberman wrote:
dmudd wrote:
i have hyped suh so much in my head i would be disappointed with any thing else except trading down and getting haden.....i wouldn't be ex-static but id take berry to


I want Suh also, im sure almost everyone does. But how come it sounds like you'd rather have Haden than Berry?


no dont get me wrong suh is mu number one but if we cant get him i dont wanna be stuck up that high i would rather trade down

Author:  Pablo [ December 28th, 2009, 11:46 am ]
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Cleveland and Tampa win, KC lost by only 7...

In the Suhweepstakes:

Lions at home vs. Bears
Rams at home vs. 49ers

Author:  slybri19 [ December 28th, 2009, 12:48 pm ]
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I'll have the full, updated order tomorrow, but for now, the top six are: St. Louis, Detroit, Kansas City, Tampa Bay, Washington, and Cleveland.

What sucks about that is any team wanting a QB ahead of Washington only needs to trade up to Tampa at #4 now. Why trade up to #2 (and pay more), when the next two teams aren't going to draft a QB?

Author:  SimplePoster [ December 28th, 2009, 3:00 pm ]
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For the Lions to have a top 2 pick three of the last four years is just wrong. It really just shouldn't be possible for a team to be that bad.

Author:  DJ-B [ December 28th, 2009, 3:32 pm ]
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SimplePoster wrote:
For the Lions to have a top 2 pick three of the last four years is just wrong. It really just shouldn't be possible for a team to be that bad.


Millen would disagree.

Author:  steensn [ December 28th, 2009, 3:41 pm ]
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No comment...

Author:  kdsberman [ December 28th, 2009, 4:12 pm ]
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In my opinion, one huge reason for that is because none of those top players were lineman.

Author:  Lurker09 [ December 28th, 2009, 4:54 pm ]
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slybri19 wrote:
What sucks about that is any team wanting a QB ahead of Washington only needs to trade up to Tampa at #4 now. Why trade up to #2 (and pay more), when the next two teams aren't going to draft a QB?


As long as Al Davis is around there is always hope. If Suh is everything everyone here thinks he is, Davis might not be able to resist.

Author:  picross00 [ December 29th, 2009, 1:20 am ]
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kdsberman wrote:
In my opinion, one huge reason for that is because none of those top players were lineman.


Offensive OR defensive. I agree. The first time in years we do finally draft an O lineman in the first, we find a polished turd like Cherilus.

Build from the trenches out.

Author:  slybri19 [ December 29th, 2009, 12:13 pm ]
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Here's the updated order:

1 St. Louis 1-14 .525
2 Detroit 2-13 .517
3 Kansas City 3-12 .521
4 Tampa Bay 3-12 .558
5 Washington 4-11 .500
6 Cleveland 4-11 .504
7 Seattle 5-10 .475
8 Buffalo 5-10 .517
9 Oakland 5-10 .521
10 Denver (from Chicago) 6-9 .492
11 San Francisco 7-8 .483
12 Jacksonville 7-8 .492
13 Tennessee 7-8 .546
14 San Francisco (from Carolina) 7-8 .550
15 Miami 7-8 .554
16 Pittsburgh 8-7 .479
17 Atlanta 8-7 .508
18 Houston 8-7 .517
19 Baltimore 8-7 .521
20 New York Jets 8-7 .525
21 Seattle (from Denver) 8-7 .529
22 New York Giants 8-7 .542
23 Green Bay 10-5 .433
24 Arizona 10-5 .442
25 Cincinnati 10-5 .471
26 Dallas 10-5 .500
27 New England 10-5 .513
28 Minnesota 11-4 .433
29 Philadelphia 11-4 .483
30 San Diego 12-3 .454
31 New Orleans 13-2 .425
32 Indianapolis 14-1 .471

If the Lions win Sunday, I don't think there's any chance of drafting behind Tampa Bay, but they may drop below Kansas City.

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