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Steely McSmash
03-08-2009, 05:37 PM
Taking a look at the comp picks for this year. (announced at end or March)

I'm not aware of the rules for determining this and I believe that they are not public.

Teams get a pick up to 4 for their net loss of FA players. If a team breaks even on number of players but loses overall quality, they can get a 7th rounder. Up to 32 picks are awarded league-wide at the end of rounds 3-7.

Weighting is supposedly based on salary, playing time, and postseason awards.

Not all players are eligible but not sure on the rules. Players that have been cut/released/waived do not count. This includes Hartwig, Roye,Bryant, Ernster, Leftwich and McHugh.

Steelers lost :

Faneca -- 2nd highest FA contract -- Starter..
Haggans --Contract?? - Active for 11 games -- started none
St. Pierre -- Vet minimum likely -- never active on gameday.
Kreider -- Active 11 games, started 4.
Tuman -- active 3 games, started 2. probably vet min.


Steelers picked up:

Keyaron Fox - Actrive but little playing time - Vet minimum
Mewelde Moore - Active with decent playing time 2M /yer contract
Berger -- I didn't see mention of him in any of the articles about this but not sure why he wouldn't count since he was a UFA from the cardinals.

So by my accounting we lost 5 and picked up 3. We should get 2 picks.

I think based on losing Faneca, we're in line for a 3rd rounder.

Faneca aside, based on the comparatively high quality and salary of our FA signings, I'd say we're looking at maybe a low 7th for the other comp pick. Maybe even Mr. Irrelevant!

Fire Haley
03-11-2009, 11:19 AM
Looks like we only get the 3rd rd.


http://forums.kffl.com/showthread.php?t=247418


Quote:
Here are the projected picks for 2009, along with the compensatory player, their average contract value, their games played, their games started and other notes (I’ve also noted the nine picks that fall near a cutoff point and could end up in a different round) –


THIRD ROUND
New England (Asante Samuel, $9.3567 million per season, 15 GP/15 GS, Pro Bowl)
Pittsburgh (Alan Faneca, $7.8 million, 16/16, Pro Bowl)
Cincinnati (Justin Smith, $7 million, 16/16) – possibly a fourth-round pick
Arizona (Calvin Pace, $6.75 million, 16/16) – possibly a fourth-round pick

FOURTH ROUND
Chicago (Bernard Berrian, $6.9 million, 16/13) – possibly a third-round pick
N.Y. Giants (Gibril Wilson, $6.5008 million, 16/15) – possibly a third-round pick
San Diego (Michael Turner, $5.75 million, 16/16, Pro Bowl) – possibly a third-round pick
San Diego (Drayton Florence, $5.9333 million, 15/8)
Tennessee (Antwan Odom, $5.9 million, 12/8)
Indianapolis (Jake Scott, $4.8 million, 16/16) – possibly a fifth-round pick

FIFTH ROUND
San Francisco (Kwame Harris, $4.6667 million, 14/11)
Tennessee (Travis LaBoy, $4.4 million, 13/12)
New England (Donte Stallworth, $4.5393 million, 11/7)
Dallas (Jacques Reeves, $4 million, 16/16) – possibly a sixth-round pick

SIXTH ROUND
Tennessee (Randy Starks, $3.885 million, 16/4)
New England (Randall Gay, $3.3125 million, 14/13)
Dallas (Julius Jones, $2.9 million, 15/10)
San Francisco (Marques Douglas, $2.525 million, 16/0) – possibly a seventh-round pick
Cincinnati (Landon Johnson, $2.733 million, 15/0) – possibly a seventh-round pick

SEVENTH ROUND
Tennessee (Ben Hartsock, $2.25 million, 11/11)
Washington (Mark Brunell, $1.755 million, 2/0)
Seattle (Chuck Darby, $1.467 million, 15/15)
Chicago (John Gilmore, $1.333 million, 16/10)
Seattle (Kevin Bentley, $1.3 million, 16/7)
Seattle (Ellis Wyms, $1.4 million, 16/0)
Chicago (Brendon Ayanbadejo, $1.223 million, 16/0, Pro Bowl)
Seattle (D.J. Hackett, $1.2 million, 9/2)
Jacksonville (Terry Cousin, $1.115 million, 16/0)
Detroit (net-value comp pick, lost three for $10.721 million, 38/22; signed three for $7.134 million, 42/31)
Detroit (non-compensatory pick)
Kansas City (non-compensatory pick)
St. Louis (non-compensatory pick)


From the AdamJT13 guy that's usually right on every year. He's the only one I listen to.


For the eighth consecutive year and ninth overall, I’ve attempted to project all of the compensatory draft picks that the NFL will award. In my past seven projections, I’ve averaged 23.9 out of 32 exactly correct (going to the correct team in the correct round) and have been off by only one round on an average of 4.1 more. Last year, I got 25 correct and was off by one round on four more.

lilyoder6
03-11-2009, 11:49 AM
that is what he is predicting.. but he guess is as good as ours...

Fire Haley
03-11-2009, 12:49 PM
He's been predicting them right every year.

I'd say he's lot better than anyone here.

lilyoder6
03-11-2009, 02:03 PM
how do u know that for a fact??? be someone on here who is a genius and has predicted many moves...

Texasteel
03-11-2009, 02:08 PM
He's been predicting them right every year.

I'd say he's lot better than anyone here.


A 3rd rounder will be good enough, thats what several of us have been planing on, and hoping for.

Pi Kapp Steeler
03-11-2009, 02:33 PM
Thanks for the Info Killer :hatsoff:

Steely McSmash
03-11-2009, 06:42 PM
Awesome post killer.

I was making my guesses without a lot of these details he's determined over the years.

I think Tuman did not count becasue he was cut fairly early in the season.

KeiselPower99
03-11-2009, 07:10 PM
So we will have a total of 9 picks if this is correct.. Gotta love it

Galax Steeler
03-12-2009, 05:23 AM
So we will have a total of 9 picks if this is correct.. Gotta love it

I can only think of 8 am I missing one somewhere.

El-Gonzo Jackson
03-12-2009, 11:21 AM
I can only think of 8 am I missing one somewhere.

I think we got a 7th rounder for trading Mahan to the Bucs.

MasterOfPuppets
03-12-2009, 11:55 AM
damn...looks like the cheaters are gonna have a dozen picks....:doh:

SteelMember
03-12-2009, 12:47 PM
damn...looks like the cheaters are gonna have a dozen picks....:doh:

And i'm sure they'll package as many as they can to move up...but not for 1st rounders though. :rolleyes:

Fire Haley
03-12-2009, 12:56 PM
You can't trade comp picks.

But I'm sure everyone knows this.

MasterOfPuppets
03-12-2009, 01:55 PM
And i'm sure they'll package as many as they can to move up...but not for 1st rounders though. :rolleyes:actually i don't think they'll need to. they got 3 2nd rd picks, so thier in a great position to add an olber, a wr or cb, and seymours replacement. they might even have a shot, at wells or moreno in the 1st rd.....:doh:

lilyoder6
03-12-2009, 02:43 PM
i think that the pats need all of there picks to start replacing there old ass def..

and now they need a back-up qb since cassell is gone

The Duke
03-12-2009, 04:10 PM
It better be a 3rd. In those first 4 picks I hope we see at least two linemen

i think that the pats need all of there picks to start replacing there old ass def..

and now they need a back-up qb since cassell is gone

hmm....pat white on a late pick to the patriots spread offense. I can totally see it happening

El-Gonzo Jackson
03-12-2009, 04:17 PM
I thought they felt highly that Kevin O'Connell was a good backup. Watch them grab a veteran free agent or the former sooner from Sam Houston St.

Fire Haley
03-12-2009, 04:44 PM
Please don't let them take Lefty - that would kinda suck.

Give It To Abercrombie
03-12-2009, 09:50 PM
You can't trade comp picks.

But I'm sure everyone knows this.

Nope, but you can trade your other picks, keeping the comp picks. Trade our normal 3rd rounder, keep the comp pick and only drop, what, 1-3 spots in the 3rd round? I like that to move a few notches in the 1st to grab Beatty, Mack or Britton if they are the last good OL on the block.

Galax Steeler
03-13-2009, 05:30 AM
I think we got a 7th rounder for trading Mahan to the Bucs.

I forgot about him thanks.