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Stlrs4Life
04-23-2006, 04:44 PM
In ESPN'S draft guide... If front offices were prospects this is the order we'd draft 'em:

1. New England Patriots
2. Carolina Panthers
3. Indianapolis Colts
4. Dallas Cowboys
5. Seattle Seahawks
6. Jacksonville Jaguars
7. Philadelphia Eagles
8. San Diego Chargers
9. Cincinatti Bengals
10. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
11. Baltimore Ravens
12. Chicago Bears
13. Tennessee Titans
14. Miami Dolphins
15. Atlanta Falcons
16. Arizona Cardinals
17. Minnesota Vikings
18. Denver Broncos
19. Pittsburgh Steelers
20. New York Giants
21. St. Louis Rams
22. Oakland Raiders
23. Washington Redskins
24. Buffalo Bills
25. Cleveland Browns
26. Green Bay Packers
27. Kansas City Chiefs
28. Detroit Lions
29. New York Jets
30. Houston Texans
31. San Francisco 49ers
32. New Orleans Saints


What does ESPN smoke? We might not be the best, but I know we are better than 19th!

MattsMe
04-23-2006, 08:03 PM
Win the SB, get drafted 19th. WTF? :confused:

tony hipchest
04-23-2006, 08:10 PM
steelers wouldve been ranked higher if they wouldve just traded away a 2nd round pick for a.j. feeley.

that draft day trade for jerome bettis just killed them. :rolleyes:

Ward86MVP
04-23-2006, 10:48 PM
Whoever conducted this draft is a moron and this whole draft is a joke: Arizona's front office is 16th? They haven't been to the playoffs in years and have made only 1 appearance since moving to AZ. The Bengals front office is 9th? The same front office whose franchise didn't have a winning season for more than a decade.

Livinginthe past
04-24-2006, 12:56 AM
This would be just another dumb article to keep fans of underachieving teams happy.

The top 3 and bottom 5 are probably about right - but the Steelers position is a joke they are top 5 easily.

In no particular order the best F.O's would be New England, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Carolina, and Indianapolis.

Be nice to have a link to this article, just to see who wrote it.

NM

MasterOfPuppets
04-24-2006, 12:58 AM
NFL Standings, 1979-2005
Team Wins Losses Pct. Playoff Super Bowls SB
wins Most
wins Most
losses
1. San Francisco 260 163 .615 18 5 5 15 14
2. Denver 258 165 .610 15 5 2 14 11
3. Miami 253 170 .598 15 2 0 14 12
4. Pittsburgh 246 177 .582 15 2 1 15 11
5. Tennessee 81 63 .563 4 1 0 13 12
6. Philadephia 232 189 .551 14 2 0 13 13
7. Dallas 231 193 .545 15 3 3 13 15
8. Washington 230 193 .544 10 4 3 14 13
9. Kansas City 226 196 .536 9 0 0 13 11
10. Minnesota 227 197 .535 13 0 0 15 13
11. Jacksonville 94 82 .534 5 0 0 14 12
12. Raiders 226 198 .533 11 3 2 12 12
13. Green Bay 220 201 .523 11 2 1 13 12
14. N.Y. Giants 220 202 .521 11 3 2 14 12
15. Chicago 220 204 .519 11 1 1 15 12
16. Buffalo 218 206 .514 12 4 0 13 14
17. New England 218 206 .514 11 5 3 14 15
18. Seattle 211 214 .496 8 0 0 13 14
19. Indianapolis 168 183 .479 9 0 0 14 15
20. St. Louis 147 163 .474 6 2 1 14 12
21. Carolina 82 94 .466 3 1 0 12 14
22. San Diego 198 227 .466 8 1 0 12 15
23. N.Y. Jets 194 228 .460 9 0 0 12 15
24. New Orleans 191 233 .450 5 0 0 12 15
25. Cleveland 167 208 .445 9 0 0 12 14
26. Houston 150 194 .436 9 0 0 13 14
27. Baltimore 99 132 .429 3 1 1 12 14
28. Atlanta 179 243 .424 7 1 0 14 13
29. Tampa Bay 176 247 .416 9 1 1 12 14
30. Cincinnati 176 248 .415 5 2 0 12 14
31. Detroit 172 251 .407 8 0 0 12 14
32. Arizona 100 188 .347 1 0 0 9 13

Suitanim
04-24-2006, 08:49 AM
This is retarded. Of the 22 starters that played for the Steelers in Super Bowl XL, the Steelers drafted SEVENTEEN of them.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9213999