Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round

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Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:45 am

Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:54 am
  • Lol we get a pick for losing Whitehurst?
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:55 am
  • therealjohncarlson wrote:Lol we get a pick for losing Whitehurst?


    Addition by subtraction. I can dig it.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 11:57 am
  • Nice, hope Schneider can find a good gamble there again.

    and LOL, a pick for CBJ.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:04 pm
  • Wouldn't that give us something obscene like five seventh-round picks?
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:05 pm
  • I would have given up a 7th to get rid of Whitehurts...but okay!
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:40 pm
  • Apparently, Frank Omiyale (cut by CHI before SEA signed him), Deuce Lutui (didn't make the team), and Barrett Ruud (signed for veteran minimum) don't qualify into the formula. Looks like we may actually get those two comp picks. Although since we're not the Cowboys, I'm sure the NFL will find a way to screw us out of one of them.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Sun Jan 27, 2013 12:50 pm
  • 1: 25 : 25
    2: 26 : 58
    3: 25 : 85
    4: 3 : 99 (From Raiders, Aaron Curry depending on his playing time Seattle will get 4th or 5th)
    4 : 26 : 122
    5 : 5 : 133 (From Raiders, Aaron Curry depending on his playing time Seattle will get 4th or 5th round)
    5 : 25 : 153
    6 : 26 : 186
    7 : 8 : 200 (From Buffalo, T. Jack, If T.Jack is activated for 6+ games its a 6th round, if not 7th round)
    7 : 14 : 206 (From New Orleans, Barret Rudd, Pick is undisclosed but reports say it will be a 7th round)
    7 : 25 : 217


    How many games was T.Jack activated because i believe that list is wrong.
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  • So is that 12 now?

    Wow. JS could do some wheeling and dealing this year. :)
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  • sutz wrote:So is that 12 now?

    Wow. JS could do some wheeling and dealing this year. :)


    no only 10, i think OP has Charlie Whitehurts trade mixed up with T.Jack Trade.
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  • i think we could use our 3rd and 4th to move up in the 1st or 2nd and we still have Flynn who could be worth a 3rd-5th. I could see a team in the early 2nd who did get their QB swapping up 2nd's and they get Flynn.
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  • Wenhawk wrote: I could see a team in the early 2nd who didn't get their QB swapping up 2nd's and they get Flynn.


    This is the outcome I'm hoping for.
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  • Anybody know how long Curry was activated with the Raiders? I thought he played in at least 10 games last year.
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  • Axx wrote:
    sutz wrote:So is that 12 now?

    Wow. JS could do some wheeling and dealing this year. :)


    no only 10, i think OP has Charlie Whitehurts trade mixed up with T.Jack Trade.

    Huh? There was no whitehurst trade. A compensatory pick is giving for losing a player through FA.

    To sutz, yes if this is accurate the Hawks would have 12 draft picks.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Mon Jan 28, 2013 10:29 am
  • we all know that we are pretty much 2-3 strong picks away from being Superbowl bound.

    why not just trade up major time and get like 2 first rounders and a few second rounders?
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Mon Jan 28, 2013 10:40 am
  • Higher chances of getting those 2-3 players with 12 picks. The draft isn't like FA where you pay a premium price for premium players. It's more like the lottery and we want as many tickets as we can get.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:12 am
  • Bipolar wrote:we all know that we are pretty much 2-3 strong picks away from being Superbowl bound.

    why not just trade up major time and get like 2 first rounders and a few second rounders?

    Definitely don't have the ammo to do anything close to that
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:35 am
  • PlinytheCenter wrote:Anybody know how long Curry was activated with the Raiders? I thought he played in at least 10 games last year.


    Last season, Curry was on the PUP. He got off and played a few games before being released. I remember him having a couple of horrible personal fouls in the Ravens game. That may have been his last game but my memory is foggy.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Mon Jan 28, 2013 11:38 am
  • lukerguy wrote:I would have given up a 7th to get rid of Whitehurts...but okay!


    Really? Cause we swapped 2nd round picks AND gave SD our 3rd round pick in 2010 to get Whitehurst. John and Pete have made some great deals and picks, but this ain't one of them.
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  • I think a box of Onions would have been more than fair compensation for Clipboard Jesus. Shoot, this team can actually turn 7th round picks into contributors.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:
    lukerguy wrote:I would have given up a 7th to get rid of Whitehurts...but okay!


    Really? Cause we swapped 2nd round picks AND gave SD our 3rd round pick in 2010 to get Whitehurst. John and Pete have made some great deals and picks, but this ain't one of them.


    LMAO, Clipboard Jesus definitely is not worth a 3rd rounder, or did Schneider see something we didnt?
    My guess is that they were only using him to "fill in" and never really planned on keeping him in as the full time starter.
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  • Axx wrote:
    Sgt. Largent wrote:
    LMAO, Clipboard Jesus definitely is not worth a 3rd rounder, or did Schneider see something we didnt?
    My guess is that they were only using him to "fill in" and never really planned on keeping him in as the full time starter.

    They brought him him to compete for the starting job.

    Problem was, he stunk.
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  • Curry played in 11 games for Oakland in 2011 and only 2 games in 2012. The amount of his playing time included in the deal was never disclosed as far as I have seen, so there is no way to know yet which pick of theirs we will receive.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 10:10 am
  • Did nobody notice we're projected to lose a 5th rounder? (Jason Jones)
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:23 am
  • Not to mention a 4th (Matt Flynn)
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:35 am
  • thebanjodude wrote:Did nobody notice we're projected to lose a 5th rounder? (Jason Jones)


    That's not how that works. :34853_doh:

    Those only represent the compensatory picks given to those particular teams when a FA departed. Their arrivals are apparently already taken into account for our team.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:44 am
  • Wouldn't the 7th round compensatory picks be at the end of the seventh round? After all the other teams have taken their regular 7th round picks? So really what the hell good is two 7th round compensatories? Those are basically just guys that probably would have gone undrafted and you could have just invited to camp anyway.

    I'm probably missing something here, but I'm labeling that as in the "Woop-de-do-da" catagory.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:45 am
  • 49ers have 14 picks in the draft.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:50 am
  • SoHo9erFan wrote:49ers have 14 picks in the draft.


    Yeah I guess that is what happens when your team is owned for so many years, you get picks.... :lol:
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Tue Jan 29, 2013 11:56 am
  • SoHo9erFan wrote:49ers have 14 picks in the draft.


    the Rams also have a boatload of picks this year, including two first rounders.

    NFC west be gettin' crazy tough!
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  • oh wow it appears i was wrong, we do get 12 draft pics,(I believe)4 of them are 7th rounders though. I would really like to see some trading up this year but its unlikely, Schnieder loves having multiple draft pics and his drafting process is amazing so I am ok either way.
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Re: Compensatory Projections 2 x 7th round
Thu Jan 31, 2013 12:24 pm
  • 10 or 12 draft picks,..if all picks are used then I see a lot of players not making the roster,...hopefully we can stash a few on the practice squad for development,..
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  • Axx wrote:oh wow it appears i was wrong, we do get 12 draft pics,(I believe)4 of them are 7th rounders though. I would really like to see some trading up this year but its unlikely, Schnieder loves having multiple draft pics and his drafting process is amazing so I am ok either way.


    Here's the difference this year - anyone beyond the 4th round is probably going to have a very tough time making the roster.

    Being fat with picks was more important in the fist few years of the rebuild, but at this point it seems like it makes more sense to use them as trade chips.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see some wheeling and dealing.
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  • I still think John will try and get as many picks as he can each draft just so he can take more risks or draft more players at one position as they feel better about the current roster. More picks, more chances those big swings work out.
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