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WOW, the Chargers game could have HUGE draft implications.

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who cares

win the fuging game

all that matters

This is a terrible haiku

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The team doesn't, but as a fan, once eliminated from the playoffs, the GM is canned, and the coach is lame duck, I pull for the future, not the meaningless present.

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there is no such thing as a meaningless present unless you have a meaningless existence.

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"hey guys I hope we lose AND simultaneously rid ourselves of losing culture and attitude!"

-idiots

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"I really wish we had won more games in 2001. Maybe then we could have shed our losing culture and then, and only then, we maybe could have made a Super Bowl run two years later."- Idiots

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Here are some draft comparisons:

I aimed for #5, #10 and #15 but moved around if there were a position we would have avoided. E.g. Blaine gabbert was #10 last year.

Probowlers are bolded

2011: #5 PAtrick Peterson, #11 JJ Watt #15 Mike Pouncy

2010: #5 Eric Berry $10 Tyson Alualu #15 Jason Pierre Paul

2009 #5 MArk Sanchez #9 BJ Raji #15 Brian Cushing

2008 #5 Glen Dorsey #10 Jerod Mayo #15 Brandon Albert

2007 #5 LEvi Brown #11 Patrick WIllis #15 Lawrence Timmons

2006 #5 AJ Hawk #12 Haloti Ngata #15 Tye Hill

2005 #5 Caddilac Williams #11 Demarcus Ware #15 Derrick Johnson

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Here are some draft comparisons:

I aimed for #5, #10 and #15 but moved around if there were a position we would have avoided. E.g. Blaine gabbert was #10 last year.

Probowlers are bolded

2011: #5 PAtrick Peterson, #11 JJ Watt #15 Mike Pouncy

2010: #5 Eric Berry $10 Tyson Alualu #15 Jason Pierre Paul

2009 #5 MArk Sanchez #9 BJ Raji #15 Brian Cushing

2008 #5 Glen Dorsey #10 Jerod Mayo #15 Brandon Albert

2007 #5 LEvi Brown #11 Patrick WIllis #15 Lawrence Timmons

2006 #5 AJ Hawk #12 Haloti Ngata #15 Tye Hill

2005 #5 Caddilac Williams #11 Demarcus Ware #15 Derrick Johnson

So what you're saying is that the first round of the draft is littered with impact players and picking at a later spot can still net you a stud player that can help propel your defense or offense into a better unit??? NONSENSE!!! I want lose I want number won pikk!!

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So what you're saying is that the first round of the draft is littered with impact players and picking at a later spot can still net you a stud player that can help propel your defense or offense into a better unit??? NONSENSE!!! I want lose I want number won pikk!!

I think especially when you are talking the big line guys on either side of the ball you can get a solid starter almost anywhere in the first 15 picks. If we want a DT we will be able to get one of the top 2 or 3. Same with LB, OT etc

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you can get a legit stud anywhere in the draft...esp. in the first or even second round.

just saw this about a casay hayward

PFF

Rookie Casey Hayward has still yet to give up a TD. QBs throwing at him have a rating of just 30.1. Those are scary numbers.

taken in the 2nd round...pick number 62 overall.

doesn't mean that every draft pick will be a hit, but getting selected in the top 5 or even 3 is no guarantee of success, either.

just play as good as you can. try to win every game you can and then draft well....just make smart choices.

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Hoping to lose is for losers.

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