If there are a bunch of trades, doesen't that mean it will take forever to get the picks in?
Thursday: 8 till 11
Friday: 6 till 10
Saturday: 12 till 7 thirty.
I'd be shocked if the Steelers moved up in the first round. I still think they should look into aquiring Talib from the Bucs. If they could re-sign Taylor and get Talib that would totally change their draft plans, or maybe not lol.
My favorite draft was the year Pittsburgh got BB. Everything fell into place. After the first two QB's(Rivers and Manning) went I really started to think it could happen. I wanted him all along and the teams in front of them were not in need of a franchise QB, it was a beutifull thing.
I found an old Lindy's Pro Football annual from 1991 the other day. It's pretty funny to read the predictions. Draft goldmines indeed lol, they also predicted the Bills winning the SB HAH!
Jets: Under first year coach Bruce Coslet, the Jets made significant progress in 1990. They have the offensive skill position peices although Ken O'Brian is no longer the QB of the future, horrid O-Line. The defence must get tougher if the Jets are to approach 8-8.
Cowboys: The Cowboys were on the brink of the playoffs with a losing record. Part of the reason was real improvement, part was the collapse of the Rams and Vikings. Had those teams had normal seasons, Dallas' progress might not have been overstated. The Cowboys are better; however, they still have a way to go.
Chicago: The Bears have an efficicent passer in Jim Harbaugh and a premier runner in Neal Anderson. Chicago must establish a passing attack to stretch opposing defenses and take pressure off its defense. Defensively, stopping the run is top priority.
Green Bay: The Packers are Don Majkowski. If his separated shoulder has healed, they might continue the process they began two years ago. However, this team can't run and has serious defensive deficiencies.
San Francisco: the 49ers won eight games by a touchdown or less, an indication they are no longer a dominant force. The manner in which they discarded Lott and Craig, Matt Millen and others, says this isn't the close-knit family we were led to believe it was during consecutive Super Bowl championships. They say they're rebuilding, but the 49ers are showing panic.
edit/I should have put that Lindys stuff in the NFL thread, sorry bout that.