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    According to gbnreport.com, there's still some fluidity here:

    (4:15 PM): Late game to decide three draft spots ... Three spots in the opening round selection order for the 2013 draft were up for grabs in today's two wild card playoff games, but nothing will be confirmed until the late NFC game between Seattle and Washington. If Seattle wins, St. Louis will pick 22nd with a pick acquired from Washington, followed by Minnesota at #23 and Indianapolis, which lost today's early game in Baltimore, at #24. However, if the Redskins win, then Minnesota will move up to #22, Indianapolis goes to #23 and Seattle will pick 24th. It had been determined that Cincinnati will have the 21st pick in this year's opening round after the Bengals lost to Houston in Saturday's AFC wild card game. Picks 25-32, of course, remain to be determined by upcoming playoff games.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Remove "and Ireland" and your statement is a great point. Dont forget that not only was it the selection of bums like Long and Henne, but the passing on Matty Ice that made it such a huge blunder. After all, had Ryan been the selection at #1, that Henne pick couldve been used for a player that was actually good.

    For anyone to think that Ireland did not have major impact on every draft and free agency is a fool's folly. He did not leave Dallas just to sit on his hands. The majority of moves done in Miami were made because of Ireland, how do I know this, he is the damn GM
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Omen View Post
    I thought we had the 11th pick in the 2nd round (pick number 43)?
    They actually get the 10th pick in the second round(42) because the Browns forfeited their 2nd round pick to take Josh Gordon in the supplemental draft. The Dolphins also should have the 56th pick overall from the Colts, but it is the 54th pick because of the Browns forfeited pick and the Saints also forfeit their 2nd round pick because of bountygate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Duriel View Post
    According to gbnreport.com, there's still some fluidity here:

    (4:15 PM): Late game to decide three draft spots ... Three spots in the opening round selection order for the 2013 draft were up for grabs in today's two wild card playoff games, but nothing will be confirmed until the late NFC game between Seattle and Washington. If Seattle wins, St. Louis will pick 22nd with a pick acquired from Washington, followed by Minnesota at #23 and Indianapolis, which lost today's early game in Baltimore, at #24. However, if the Redskins win, then Minnesota will move up to #22, Indianapolis goes to #23 and Seattle will pick 24th. It had been determined that Cincinnati will have the 21st pick in this year's opening round after the Bengals lost to Houston in Saturday's AFC wild card game. Picks 25-32, of course, remain to be determined by upcoming playoff games.
    I think our pick from the Colts in the 2nd round is the 54th pick no matter what the result of the Seahawks/Redskins game is. We have to remember that teams with the same record will rotate with each round.

    So, if the Redskins lose, the first round order looks like this:

    21. Bengals (10-6) - .438
    22. Redskins (10-6) - .494
    23. Vikings (10-6) - .516
    24. Colts (11-5) - .441

    In the second round, the order is this:

    51. Redskins (10-6) - .494
    52. Vikings (10-6) - .516
    53. Bengals (10-6) - .438
    54. Colts (11-5) - .441

    Now, if the Seahawks lose, it looks like this in the first round:

    21. Bengals (10-6) - .438
    22. Vikings (10-6) - .516
    23. Colts (11-5) - .441
    24. Seahawks (11-5) - .504

    In the second round it would look like this:

    51. Vikings (10-6) - .516
    52. Bengals (10-6) - .438
    53. Seahawks (11-5) - .504
    54. Colts (11-5) - .441
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    Quote Originally Posted by flynryan15 View Post
    With the amount of holes on this roster is will be 3-5 starters the question is do they become good starters?
    I was implying good starters. That early in the draft we cannot afford to miss on good starters.
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    Remember Cleveland picks ahead of us in round 2, however they like New Orleans had to forfeit their picks in the 2nd round.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WVDolphan View Post
    Remove "and Ireland" and your statement is a great point. Dont forget that not only was it the selection of bums like Long and Henne, but the passing on Matty Ice that made it such a huge blunder. After all, had Ryan been the selection at #1, that Henne pick couldve been used for a player that was actually good.
    How convenient. And what was Ireland doing the whole time? Bringing Parcells his coffee?
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    Essentially the way drafts are evaluated with 3 or 4 players to pick in each round based on value and need. Parcells would make final decision on who would be picked and would overrule Ireland in a disagreement like Pat White which is Parcells all the way etc.
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