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Draft order as today


The 1st Round Pick
Jul 16, 2009
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Opp W-L %

1 St. Louis 0-7

2 Tampa Bay 0-7 .584
Tennessee 0-6 .553
Kansas City 1-6 .548
5 Cleveland 1-6 .558
Detroit 1-5 .553
7 Washington 2-5 .500
Oakland 2-5 .543
Seattle 2-4 .446
Miami 2-4 .543
11 San Francisco (from Carolina) 2-4
12 Buffalo 3-4 .471
3-3 .433
14 San Diego 3-3 .467
15 San Francisco 3-3 .470
Denver (from Chicago) 3-3 .520
17 Baltimore 3-3 .557
18 Houston 4-3 .471
New York Jets 4-3
20 Arizona 4-2 .436
21 Green Bay
4-2 .456
22 Atlanta 4-2 .490
Philadelphia 4-2 .505
Dallas 4-2 .505
25 Pittsburgh 5-2 .447
Cincinnati 5-2 .495
New England 5-2 .510
28 New York Giants 5-2 .529
Minnesota 6-1 .455
Indianapolis 6-0 .451
New Orleans 6-0 .404
Seattle (from Denver)
6-0 .491

click link for entire order

Player ratings-click link for first 32 http://www.draftcountdown.com/sub/Rankings.php
1. Ndamukong Suh DT Nebraska
Playmaker on the inside who can penetrate and take over games.
2. Taylor Mays S Southern Cal
Physical freak who is built like a linebacker and runs like a corner.
3. Trent Williams OT Oklahoma
Similar in many ways to Jammal Brown but is even more talented.
4. Russell Okung OT Oklahoma State
An athletic left tackle prospect who stands out in pass protection.
5. Sean Weatherspoon OLB Missouri
An active playmaker who has a knack for being around the action.
6. Greg Hardy DE Ole Miss
Top pass rusher and athlete but has durability / character issues.
7. Brandon LaFell WR Louisiana State
Dwayne Bowe-clone with a big, solid frame and good athleticism.
8. Jermaine Gresham TE Oklahoma
Dynamic pass catcher with a terrific blend of size and athleticism.
9. Sergio Kindle OLB Texas
Rare athlete and superb pass rusher who might fit best in a 3-4.
10. C.J. Spiller RB Clemson
Can be a dangerous threat as a runner, receiver and return man.
11. Terrence Cody DT Alabama
Massive (6-5, 365 lbs.) run-stuffer and a prototypical nose tackle.
12. Brandon Spikes ILB Florida
Leader with great intangibles who could project inside or outside.
13. Arthur Jones DT Syracuse
Productive and versatile with super measurables and intangibles
So can I assume then that the Redskins will draft another safety in the first rount (Taylor Mays) and then play him out of position, say at corner to replace a departing Carlos Rogers? That would be about par for the course.
Bummer...China beat me too it.

I notice that there are no QBs on the list of top players either. With the current air of desperation around that position, I can only assume that The Danny and The Vinny will reach with our top pick to get a guy to replace Jason.
Well piss it away. God forbid we trade down and get some damn linemen
We won't draft another Safety. Snyder and Cerrato will trade our 2nd round pick to move up to #2 slot to draft either Teebow or Bradford.

Vinny says we will address the OL in later rounds if still have picks or through FA. He says the current OL is good enough to get to Super Bowl.

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