Sunday, January 01, 2006

2006 NFL Draft Order

The 2005 regular season is in the books. Houston found a way to blow another game and land the #1 overall selection in the 2006 NFL Draft. Texans GM Charley Casserly managed to keep his job as the man who will make that selection. But not surprisingly, head coach Dom Capers will be fired tomorrow. San Francisco drops all the way to #7 with the win vs. Houston. What does this all mean? Well, there were a lot of bad teams in 2005. I can't remember seeing that many bad teams. The downside of parity, I guess.

The 31st and 32nd picks will be determined by who plays in Super Bowl XL. Teams with the same record and strength of schedule (SOS) are subject to a coin flip. So, it looks like SF/Oakland and Carolina/Tampa Bay will have a coin toss for the 6th and 23rd picks, unless Panthers or Bucs make the Super Bowl.

Team (W-L) SOS
1. Texans (2-14) .546

2. Saints (3-13) .523

3. Titans (4-12) .512

4. Jets (4-12) .527

5. Packers (4-12) .531

T6.
49ers (4-12) .539
T6.
Raiders (4-12) .539
8. Bills (5-11) .500

9. Lions (5-11) .504

10. Cardinals (5-11) .508

11. Rams (6-10) .484

12. Browns (6-10) .508

13. Ravens
(6-10) .523
14. Eagles
(6-10) .531
15. Falcons (8-8) .492

16. Dolphins (9-7) .457

17. Vikings (9-7) .484

18. Cowboys (9-7) .523

19. Chargers (9-7) .559

20. Chiefs (10-6) .504

21. Patriots (10-6) .508

22. Broncos [from Wash] (10-6) .539

T23. Panthers (11-5) .449

T23. Buccaneers (11-5) .449

25. Bears (11-5) .457

26. Bengals (11-5) .477

27. Steelers (11-5) .492

28. Giants (11-5) .492

29. Jaguars (12-4) .465

30.
Broncos (13-3) .500
31.
*Seahawks (13-3) .430
32. *Colts (14-2) .457

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