Originally Posted by MasterOfPuppets
hold on Dan..let me see if i'm pickin up what your puttin down...
so you're saying... the teams that pick in the top 5 , or top 10 , should have better drafts than the team picking 31 st just because they have a bunch more options to choose from ???
that's very profound...
obviously there's a flaw in your logic... otherwise those top ten pickers would have better players which would translate to better records, which would translate to lower draft selections....right ?
That's where consistency and infrastructure come into play. Those teams that have coaching changes, or move cities, or changes ownership, or piss poor GM's, etc will always remain at the top of the draft board while the better run organizations will always be near the bottom. Teams that draft purely to win now (us drafting a CB early) don't typically fare well in the long run.