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Fri Nov 30, 2012 11:19 am
  • anyone who utters the words Draft Position should be drug outside and shot. Or banned. Or both.
    Scottemojo
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  • Scottemojo wrote:anyone who utters the words Draft Position should be drug outside and shot. Or banned. Or both.




    :th2thumbs: :thirishdrinkers: :th2thumbs: :thirishdrinkers: :th2thumbs: :17:


    Scott and I will rescind this if they make such statements in the draft day forum.
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  • Draft Position
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  • I approve this message.

    If as fans, we want players that won't ever give up then why do we fans give up so easily?

    Not cool
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  • Do you mean verbally or just in a post?

    :thirishdrinkers:
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  • What if we're talking about racing cars?
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  • Left my window open now there's a draft :stirthepot: :mrgreen:
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  • I completely agree, Scotte.
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  • No saying AftDray OsitionPay either.
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  • Hey, last week's loss improved our draft position....it was one of my positives. Just sayin'.
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  • Jazzhawk wrote:Hey, last week's loss improved our draft position....it was one of my positives. Just sayin'.


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  • I completely disagree. I am going to continue to support our pursuit of the 32nd draft pick in the first round and I don't care what you guys say!
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  • I've never cared where we draft in the 1st round and I'm not gonna start now.
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  • Jazzhawk wrote:Hey, last week's loss improved our draft position....it was one of my positives. Just sayin'.


    Last weeks game ONLY changed our draft position if we DON'T make the playoffs. Teams that make the playoffs are positioned by when they are eliminated NOT their regular season records.
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  • Ontwerp standpunt!
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  • I'm a draft-aholic. And I approve this message.
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  • I agree. I been kicking posters in the nuts all week who have posted it.

    You all should do likewise.
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  • I recently changed my allegiance to the Green Bay Packer Nation!
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  • Sarlacc83 wrote:What if we're talking about racing cars?



    TAKE IT TO THE NASCAR THREAD!!!



    :lol:
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  • SeahawkSav wrote:I recently changed my allegiance to the Green Bay Packer Nation!


    If anybody should be unwillingly removed from their residence and ventilated with .45 rounds and birdshot, it should be this guy.
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  • Marqise Lee can't enter the draft anyway so.. we can worry about draft position next season ;)
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  • Radish shouldnt you move this thread over to the draft forum now lol
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  • Mistashoesta wrote:
    SeahawkSav wrote:I recently changed my allegiance to the Green Bay Packer Nation!


    If anybody should be unwillingly removed from their residence and ventilated with .45 rounds and birdshot, it should be this guy.


    ...said the guy wearing the paper sack over his head.

    ??
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  • Zebulon Dak wrote:
    Mistashoesta wrote:
    SeahawkSav wrote:I recently changed my allegiance to the Green Bay Packer Nation!


    If anybody should be unwillingly removed from their residence and ventilated with .45 rounds and birdshot, it should be this guy.


    ...said the guy wearing the paper sack over his head.

    ??


    He probably would. I wouldn't know, it's not me (kinda like I'm Pretty sure your not a massive grizzly from Chicago). It was a satirical jab at the rampant Debbie downers that always multiply bybthe thousands after a game day loss.
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  • Two names...Rick Mirer and Aaron Curry.

    Is this enough evidence to obliterate the old maxim that drafting early means anything to us? I'll gladly rely on Schneider and Carroll's ability to find quality in later rounds if it means a winning attitude from the team.
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  • Mistashoesta wrote:He probably would. I wouldn't know, it's not me (kinda like I'm Pretty sure your not a massive grizzly from Chicago). It was a satirical jab at the rampant Debbie downers that always multiply bybthe thousands after a game day loss.


    Sarcasm? Well in that case I love it! :D
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  • Zebulon Dak wrote:
    Mistashoesta wrote:He probably would. I wouldn't know, it's not me (kinda like I'm Pretty sure your not a massive grizzly from Chicago). It was a satirical jab at the rampant Debbie downers that always multiply bybthe thousands after a game day loss.


    Sarcasm? Well in that case I love it! :D


    Just tryna be clever like you boss.
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  • I've got my bagman avatar that I'm gonna use if we mess up against the Tards!
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  • What if we're talking about trying to move into the 32nd spot for draft position?
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  • I measure the entertainment value of a season by how long we're in it for. Last year I started to lose interest once we got to be 2-6 or whatever. So it's just exciting to have meaningful games and still be in contention at this point in the season.
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  • Draft position talk would be pretty stupid IMO. Even if Seattle missed the playoffs, they'd probably still pick in the late teens. No sane person would want to miss the playoffs to pick up 3-4 extra draft spots.
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  • kearly wrote:Draft position talk would be pretty stupid IMO. Even if Seattle missed the playoffs, they'd probably still pick in the late teens. No sane person would want to miss the playoffs to pick up 3-4 extra draft spots.



    Jesus Kip, you haven't been around here very long then have you?

    :roll:
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  • The Radish wrote:
    kearly wrote:Draft position talk would be pretty stupid IMO. Even if Seattle missed the playoffs, they'd probably still pick in the late teens. No sane person would want to miss the playoffs to pick up 3-4 extra draft spots.



    Jesus Kip, you haven't been around here very long then have you?

    :roll:


    He's new here, give him a break. :lol:
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  • SeahawkSav wrote:I recently changed my allegiance to the Green Bay Packer Nation!


    chump
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  • Dammit Radish you beat me to it. Was gonna say "you must be new here"

    Then again, I'm likely not sane either.
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  • SeahawkSav wrote:I recently changed my allegiance to the Green Bay Packer Nation!


    packer nation? is that where you drink beer and snort cheese wiz and pretend that aaron rodgers cares that you exist? cool.
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  • The Radish wrote:
    kearly wrote:Draft position talk would be pretty stupid IMO. Even if Seattle missed the playoffs, they'd probably still pick in the late teens. No sane person would want to miss the playoffs to pick up 3-4 extra draft spots.



    Jesus Kip, you haven't been around here very long then have you?

    :roll:


    Kearly is right.

    The conversation is completely different this year. The year everybody was wondering "should we make the playoffs or go for draft pick" i believe we would have had the 7th pick had we not made the playoffs. This year it would be more like 18th or 19th.

    I'm not saying we should even consider the question of playoffs or draft picks (take playoffs every time) , just defending Kearly in that his facts are correct.
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  • RolandDeschain wrote:
    Jazzhawk wrote:Hey, last week's loss improved our draft position....it was one of my positives. Just sayin'.


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    LOL...thanks! I was hoping for something like that! Well done.
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