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Becks7
12-29-2005, 12:01 AM
2006 NFL Draft Oder - December 27th, 2006

Round 1 - Team Win% - - SOS% - - Div. Win%
1 - Houston 13.3% - - 53.3% - - 0.0%
2 - New Orleans 20.0% - - 51.7% - - 20.0%
3 - NY Jets 20.0% - - 53.3% - - 20.0%
4 - Green Bay 20.0% - - 54.2% - - 16.7%
5 - San Francisco 20.0% - - 54.6% - - 33.3%
6 - Tennessee 26.7% - - 50.8% - - 40.0%
7 - Oakland 26.7% - - 53.8% - - 0.0%
8 - St. Louis 33.3% - - 48.8% - - 16.7%
9 - Buffalo 33.3% - - 50.0% - - 40.0%
10 - Detroit 33.3% - - 50.4% - - 16.7%
11 - Arizona 33.3% - - 50.4% - - 50.0%
12 - Cleveland 33.3% - - 51.3% - - 0.0%
13 - Baltimore 40.0% - - 51.7% - - 40.0%
14 - Philadelphia 40.0% - - 52.9% - - 0.0%
15 - Miami 53.3% - - 45.8% - - 40.0%
16 - Minnesota 53.3% - - 48.3% - - 80.0%
17 - Atlanta 53.3% - - 49.2% - - 40.0%
18 - Kansas City 60.0% - - 51.3% - - 66.7%
19 - Dallas 60.0% - - 52.1% - - 50.0%
20 - Denver (from Washington) 60.0% - - 54.6% - - 80.0%
21 - San Diego 60.0% - - 55.4% - - 60.0%
22 - Tampa Bay 66.7% - - 44.6% - - 80.0%
23 - Carolina 66.7% - - 45.4% - - 60.0%
24 - NY Giants 66.7% - - 49.6% - - 66.7%
25 - Pittsburgh 66.7% - - 50.0% - - 66.7%
26 - New England 66.7% - - 50.0% - - 100.0%
27 - Chicago 73.3% - - 44.6% - - 100.0%
28 - Jacksonville 73.3% - - 46.3% - - 60.0%
29 - Cincinnati 73.3% - - 47.1% - - 83.3%
30 - Denver 80.0% - - 50.4% - - 80.0%
31 - Seattle 86.7% - - 42.1% - - 100.0%
32 - Indianapolis 86.7% - - 46.3% - - 100.0%


* No ties so far, but if there are after all the games are completed for week 16 I'll add the divisional records to break them.

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Determining Order of Selection

• The team with the lowest winning percentage at the end of the previous season drafts first in the NFL Draft.

• The rest of the teams are placed in order from lowest winning percentage to the highest.

• The Super Bowl winner drafts last, even if they do not have the highest winning percentage.

• The Super Bowl loser drafts next to last.

• Strength of schedule for the previous season is the first tie-breaker for teams with the same winning percentage.

• Divisional and conference records are the next step in the tie-breaking procedure.

• As a last resort, a coin toss is used to determine the order of selection for teams with the same winning percentage.

• If a playoff and non-playoff team end the season with the same winning percentage, the non-playoff team selects before the playoff team regardless of strength of schedule.

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Traded Picks for the 2006 NFL Draft

1st Round
Denver from Washington

3rd Round
Buffalo from Tennessee
Houston from New Orleans
New England from Baltimore

4th Round
Denver from Washington
New England from Detroit
Philadelphia from Dallas
Philadelphia from Indianapolis

5th Round
Miami does not have a fifth-round pick because it was used to select DT Manny Wright in the NFL Supplemental Draft in 2005.
New England from Oakland
Tampa Bay from San Diego (Keenan McCardell must make the Pro Bowl in 2005)

6th Round
Dallas from Philadelphia
Kansas City from Dallas
Washington from Carolina

7th Round
Carolina from Denver

Conditional Selections

Chicago from Seattle for DE Alain Kashama

Green Bay Packers from N.Y.

Jets for OL Steve Morley

Miami from Chicago for LB Brendon Ajanbadejo

Miami from New Orleans for RB Jess Chatman

NY Jets from Detroit for safety Jon McGraw

San Francisco from Jacksonville for LB Jamie Winborn

San Diego from Miami for QB Chet Lemon

San Diego from Minnesota for OG Toniu Fonoti

San Franciso from Tampa Bay for QB Tim Rattay

Tennessee from Indianapolis for LB Rocky Calmus

fitskin
12-29-2005, 12:05 AM
We dont have the Chatman pick because he didn't rush for any yards. Nice read.

fitskin
12-29-2005, 12:13 AM
The Cleo Lemon pick is a 6th rounder as well.

GrnMtnMan
12-29-2005, 12:13 AM
Didn't he just run a punt back last week?

SMadison29
12-29-2005, 01:09 AM
• Divisional and conference records are the next step in the tie-breaking procedure.

• As a last resort, a coin toss is used to determine the order of selection for teams with the same winning percentage.

This is incorrect. Divisional & conference records have absolutely nothing to do with the draft order. The order of operations is record, then SOS, & if those are a tie then there's a coin toss.

SMadison29
12-29-2005, 01:12 AM
Miami from New Orleans for RB Jess Chatman

Also incorrect. We don't get anything for Chatman because he didn't meet the conditions of the trade. You may want to choose a more reliable draft info source.

fanaticfin
12-29-2005, 01:48 AM
Not Sure but didnt we give away our 2nd round pick too

Nappy Roots
12-29-2005, 01:51 AM
Not Sure but didnt we give away our 2nd round pick too


no