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 Tracking the Lions' Draft Order 
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Following the week 4 games, this would be the draft selection order:

BASED ON FULL 16 GAME SCHEDULE
PICK TEAM W OPP%
1 TITANS 0 0.524
2 RAMS 0 0.548
3 CHIEFS 0 0.556
4 BUCCANEERS 0 0.559
5 BROWNS 0 0.563
6 PANTHERS 0 0.583
7 SEAHAWKS 1 0.452
8 BILLS 1 0.452
9 CARDINALS 1 0.476
10 DOLPHINS 1 0.516
11 RAIDERS 1 0.556
12 LIONS 1 0.587
13 JAGUARS 2 0.397
14 CHARGERS 2 0.460
15 TEXANS 2 0.460
16 STEELERS 2 0.469
17 PACKERS 2 0.492
18 REDSKINS 2 0.500
19 FALCONS 2 0.525
20 COWBOYS 2 0.533
21 EAGLES 2 0.557
22 49ERS 3 0.433
23 JETS 3 0.452
24 BENGALS 3 0.500
25 PATRIOTS 3 0.500
26 BEARS 3 0.508
27 RAVENS 3 0.531
28 SAINTS 4 0.390
29 COLTS 4 0.444
30 VIKINGS 4 0.468
31 BRONCOS 4 0.492
32 GIANTS 4 0.508

Of course, things will change by the week, as they always do. Also, at this point, the Lions have the toughest schedule in the NFL. BTW, I heard that they had the 16th pick after the week 3 games.

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October 6th, 2009, 3:15 pm
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Real good idea. This will definitely come in handy as the season comes to a close in a few months. :D Great work.

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October 6th, 2009, 11:26 pm
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Footsoldier, I can't take credit for the work since I stole it from The Huddle Report. I used to compute all that stuff out several years ago, but now, there are several websites that do it, so why bother? Great Blue North Draft Report is another site that does it, but they haven't started yet.

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slybri19 wrote:
Footsoldier, I can't take credit for the work since I stole it from The Huddle Report. I used to compute all that stuff out several years ago, but now, there are several websites that do it, so why bother? Great Blue North Draft Report is another site that does it, but they haven't started yet.


I think you should sticky this bad boy and keep it updated each week.....but only if you want to.


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slybri19 wrote:
Footsoldier, I can't take credit for the work since I stole it from The Huddle Report. I used to compute all that stuff out several years ago, but now, there are several websites that do it, so why bother? Great Blue North Draft Report is another site that does it, but they haven't started yet.


Then it was a good idea to post it here because now I don't need to figure it out myself or look for it.

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Yea, good idea to "sticky" it since it's an informational thread and could get buried otherwise. As for updating it, I already planned to do that every week once the info becomes available. That will most likely happen on Tuesdays after the Monday night games have been played.

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If that order holds as is, we may be in prime position to get a kings ransom to trade our pick.

Campbell, Romo, and Shaub are all in their make or break years. If they break, The Redskins, Cowboys, and Texans will all be looking to draft a QB.

And so far, Cowboy Fans are spitting nails at Romo.
Same with Redskin fans at Campbell.
And once again, Shaub proves he can't stay healthy.

Only problem is that RAMS, BROWNS, PANTHERS, SEAHAWKS might all be looking at QB also. And there are only 3 QB's considered to be franchise caliber at the moment. But, there is usually a Josh Freeman that somehow bluffs his way into the top 15 picks.


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Unfortunately, nobody updated the draft order this week and it appears that most sites are waiting until after week six to do so. I don't feel like doing the math between Carolina and Detroit right now, but it looks like the Lions would have either the 8th or 9th pick at this point.

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slybri19 wrote:
Unfortunately, nobody updated the draft order this week and it appears that most sites are waiting until after week six to do so. I don't feel like doing the math between Carolina and Detroit right now, but it looks like the Lions would have either the 8th or 9th pick at this point.


Here's Week 5. They just updated it.

1 TITANS 0 0.500
2 RAMS 0 0.533
3 CHIEFS 0 0.558
4 BUCCANEERS 0 0.583
5 BILLS 1 0.442
6 BROWNS 1 0.545
7 RAIDERS 1 0.558
8 PANTHERS 1 0.581
9 LIONS 1 0.595
10 JAGUARS 2 0.392
11 SEAHAWKS 2 0.434
12 TEXANS 2 0.443
13 CARDINALS 2 0.468
14 DOLPHINS 2 0.474
15 CHARGERS 2 0.481
16 PACKERS 2 0.506
17 REDSKINS 2 0.527
18 JETS 3 0.442
19 49ERS 3 0.459
20 STEELERS 3 0.481
21 PATRIOTS 3 0.481
22 FALCONS 3 0.514
23 BEARS 3 0.533
24 COWBOYS 3 0.548
25 RAVENS 3 0.558
26 EAGLES 3 0.568
27 SAINTS 4 0.413
28 BENGALS 4 0.494
29 COLTS 5 0.405
30 VIKINGS 5 0.486
31 BRONCOS 5 0.494
32 GIANTS 5 0.534


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Interesting strength of schedule observations, for what it's worth:

Toughest schedules so far:
1. Lions
2. Bucs
3. Panthers
4. Eagles
5a. Ravens
5b. Raiders
5c. Chiefs

Easiest schedules so far:
1. Jaguars
2. Colts
3. Saints
4. Seahawks
5a. Jets
5b. Bills


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Thanks for updating this. I stopped looking after it hadn't been done by Wednesday. It's actually pretty easy to figure out the strength of schedule once the bye weeks are over and every team has played the same amount of games. Before then, it's just too much of a pain in the butt.

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mwill2 wrote:
Interesting strength of schedule observations, for what it's worth:

Toughest schedules so far:
1. Lions
2. Bucs
3. Panthers
4. Eagles
5a. Ravens
5b. Raiders
5c. Chiefs

Easiest schedules so far:
1. Jaguars
2. Colts
3. Saints
4. Seahawks
5a. Jets
5b. Bills


That easiest schedule list is whacked.

How is it possible that the Redskins aren't even listed, LET ALONE #1?

The Redskins first 6 games are/was against teams that are/were winless going into the game. Granted, week 1, no-one had a win yet. KC is up this week.


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BillySims wrote:
mwill2 wrote:
Interesting strength of schedule observations, for what it's worth:

Toughest schedules so far:
1. Lions
2. Bucs
3. Panthers
4. Eagles
5a. Ravens
5b. Raiders
5c. Chiefs

Easiest schedules so far:
1. Jaguars
2. Colts
3. Saints
4. Seahawks
5a. Jets
5b. Bills


That easiest schedule list is whacked.

How is it possible that the Redskins aren't even listed, LET ALONE #1?

The Redskins first 6 games are/was against teams that are/were winless going into the game. Granted, week 1, no-one had a win yet. KC is up this week.


Yup, completely ignore that post. I trusted THR's numbers, which are way off. I'll see if I can calculate them myself tomorrow night but like sly mentioned, it is a time-consuming process and I am lazy.


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Nevermind, I found it here: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/273125-nfl-2009-win-loss-records-a-look-at-the-schedule-excuse

Toughest:
1. Lions (toughest)
2. Browns
3. Packers
4. Chiefs
5. Patriots

Easiest
1. Giants (easiest)
2. Eagles
3. Vikings
4. Redskins
5. Patriots


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FYI, The Huddle Report computes the strength of schedule based upon the entire 16 game schedule, which I believe is more accurate. The Bleacher Report article only talks about the games played thus far.

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