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Old 10-31-2012, 12:01 PM  
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NFL Draft Order (10-30-12)

GREAT BLUE NORTH DRAFT REPORT
NEWS AND INFORMATION ON THE NFL DRAFT
UPDATED WEEKLY 2013 FIRST-ROUND SELECTION ORDER

GBN PRE-SEASON DRAFT GUIDE

The 11th edition of the annual Geat Blue North Fall Draft Guide with profiles of over 200 of the top prospects for the 2013 draft is now available. And in getting with the times - not to mention making the whole thing economically feasible what with rising printing and postage costs - this year’s edition is being delivered electronically.

October 30, 2012

P Indicates final seletion position TBD by playoff results
F indicates positions TBD by coin flip

* Note that the opponent's cumulative W-L record is based on each team's full 16-game schedule and no just on the games they have played to date.


Team ___ W-L Opp W-L %
1 Kansas City 1-6 .478
2 Carolina 1-6 .522
3 Jacksonville 1-6 .559
4 Cleveland 2-6.500
5 New Orleans 2-5 .509
6 St. Louis (from Washington) 3-5 .504
7 NY Jets 3-5 .521
8 Tennessee 3-5 .543
9 St. Louis 3-5 .553
10 Oakland3-4.425
11 San Diego3-4 .443
12 Cincinnati 3-4 .457
13 Tampa Bay3-4.466
14 Buffalo 3-4 .475
15 Philadelphia3-4 .492
16 Dallas3-4.517
17 Detroit3-4 .603
18 Seattle 4-4.525
19 Arizona 4-4574
20 Pittsburgh 4-3 .441
21P Denver 4-3 .439
22P Indianapolis4-3.479
23P Miami4-3 .48824P
24 New England 5-3 .504
25P Minnesota5-3 .542
26P Green Bay5-3.558
27P Baltimore 5-2 .470
28P NY Giants 6-2 .479
29P San Francisco 6-2 .520
30P Chicago 6-1 .504
31P Houston 6-1 .500
32P Atlanta 7-0 .391

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Old 10-31-2012, 12:51 PM   #16
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Eesh. I just realized how CRUCIAL that extra win against San Diego was for Cleveland. Look at their remaining schedule:

BAL @ CLE
‎CLE @ DAL
PIT @ CLE
CLE @ OAK
KC @ CLE
WAS @ CLE
‎CLE @ DEN
‎CLE @ PIT

Thankfully their win percentage kicks our asses and we have a game of breathing room. So pretty much as long as we lose to them, we have 3 games between us. We're safe. If we beat them, however, then we're down to only one game of space (since we own the tiebreaker). Cleveland probably isn't going to cut us any more favors by beating teams they shouldn't, which means we need to run the table on the rest of our losses.

I would really love an unprecedented Cleveland victory this Sunday. Just to ease any nervousness or fear that I might have.
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Old 10-31-2012, 12:53 PM   #17
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Cleveland isn't going to draft a QB. Jacksonville won't finish worse than KC. Carolina isn't going to draft a QB. So the Chiefs are more than likely going to get whoever their man is, especially as long as Captain ****wit keeps playing.
completely irrelevant

Even if they don't draft a QB they can just trade down with somebody that does want a QB.
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:00 PM   #18
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huh?

we play cleveland and carolina but we don't play jacksonville.


already played new orleans and actually got our only win.


Week 09 @ San Diego Chargers
Week 10@ Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 11Cincinnati Bengals
Week 12Denver Broncos
Week 13Carolina Panthers
Week 14@ Cleveland Browns
Week 15@ Oakland Raiders
Week 16Indianapolis Colts
Week 17@ Denver Broncos
Yeah, got Jax and CHRL mixed up.
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:01 PM   #19
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Last 5 weeks scare me, it pretty weak, especially if Denver rest their starters in Week 17
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:02 PM   #20
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Last 5 weeks scare me, it pretty weak, especially if Denver rest their starters in Week 17
at least 3 out of 5 are on the road

Newton should scramble/run for 100 yrds

we can't handle TE/RB in coverage or a running QB worth a shit.
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:04 PM   #21
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:05 PM   #22
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Cleveland isn't going to draft a QB. Jacksonville won't finish worse than KC. Carolina isn't going to draft a QB. So the Chiefs are more than likely going to get whoever their man is, especially as long as Captain ****wit keeps playing.
they'd be somewhat likely to trade it to a team that does want a QB though
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Cleveland isn't going to draft a QB. Jacksonville won't finish worse than KC. Carolina isn't going to draft a QB. So the Chiefs are more than likely going to get whoever their man is, especially as long as Captain ****wit keeps playing.
Ordinarily I'd be relieved with that arrangement, but there are so many teams like Buffalo, the Jets, the Raiders, and even the Saints who are currently sucking dick and would be tempted to trade in front of us to grab the best QB. Yeah, it wouldn't be too pricey at all for KC to trade up to the #1 spot themselves just to assure that they get the top QB, but we all know how this organization operates. Sit back, play conservative, let the other teams make the bold moves, and then get caught with your pants down, where you tell the fans, "Gee, there just weren't any QBs available where we picked. Shucks. Oh well."

I know beggars can't be choosers, but ****. If we're going to do this losing thing, let's do it the right way and get the best QB in the draft. And let's conserve our picks, too. Go all out. Get the #1 pick by losing the most games. Then draft the **** out of this shit with our fancy new GM. And ****ing WIN!
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:22 PM   #24
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at least 3 out of 5 are on the road

Newton should scramble/run for 100 yrds

we can't handle TE/RB in coverage or a running QB worth a shit.
Yep. Carolina is bad but they're built to beat us.
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Gonna be tough to keep the one overall pick..
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Ordinarily I'd be relieved with that arrangement, but there are so many teams like Buffalo, the Jets, the Raiders, and even the Saints who are currently sucking dick and would be tempted to trade in front of us to grab the best QB. Yeah, it wouldn't be too pricey at all for KC to trade up to the #1 spot themselves just to assure that they get the top QB, but we all know how this organization operates. Sit back, play conservative, let the other teams make the bold moves, and then get caught with your pants down, where you tell the fans, "Gee, there just weren't any QBs available where we picked. Shucks. Oh well."

I know beggars can't be choosers, but ****. If we're going to do this losing thing, let's do it the right way and get the best QB in the draft. And let's conserve our picks, too. Go all out. Get the #1 pick by losing the most games. Then draft the **** out of this shit with our fancy new GM. And ****ing WIN!
I feel like the Saints are going to use their pick on the best MLB available and give their defense a heart and soul for the next 10 years.

The Jets and Bills might do something, but I don't see a scenario when KC doesn't have a look at at least two legitimate QB prospects. Maybe not Geno Smith, but Barkley and Wilson will for sure be options.
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We're currently firmly in the best position. It might be tough, but no other team has the advantages that we do right now.

We can pretty much call this thing ****ing over right now if Cleveland and Jacksonville both win just one more game. Even if they don't cooperate, our team is terrible enough that 1-15 isn't all that unlikely relatively speaking.
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I feel like the Saints are going to use their pick on the best MLB available and give their defense a heart and soul for the next 10 years.

The Jets and Bills might do something, but I don't see a scenario when KC doesn't have a look at at least two legitimate QB prospects. Maybe not Geno Smith, but Barkley and Wilson will for sure be options.
There is no option other than Geno.

I'm not going through the 1983 bullshit again and end up with Blackledge ver. 2.

Geno or bust!
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I feel like the Saints are going to use their pick on the best MLB available and give their defense a heart and soul for the next 10 years.

The Jets and Bills might do something, but I don't see a scenario when KC doesn't have a look at at least two legitimate QB prospects. Maybe not Geno Smith, but Barkley and Wilson will for sure be options.
That's all well and good, but I don't ****ing want Barkley or Wilson. That's all this franchise has ever ****ing done is accept circumstances for what they are instead of demanding the superior option.

Sorry, we're all out of chocolate cake. Do you want apple strudel instead?

Sorry, we're all out of Matt Ryan. Would you like some Glenn Dorsey?

Sorry, we're all out of Matt Stafford. How about a nice 5-tech?

Oops, looks like RGIII isn't going to fall to us. That's okay. There's always Dontari Poe.

****. That.

No more. I'm sick of this shit. Geno Smith is the most talented QB in the draft. He's got this highest ceiling, and likely has the best shot at turning this ****ing shit show around and pointing them in the direction of a goddamn Super Bowl.
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