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The graphic was taken from the Seattle Seahawks Facebook page, and while it tells the story of a loopsided game, it fails to capture just how truly impressive this was by the Seahawks. Because if you had not watched the game you might have assumed the Seattle offense was dominate and the Defense was as well. While the offense was good, it was the defense that stole the show forcing 4 turnovers and Percy Harvin also had a return touchdown for the Seahawks. The teams were separated by just 35 yards of offense, but 4 turnovers, a safety to start the game and a kickoff return touchdown to start the second half in favor of the Seahawks set this up to be the rout it became.
The Super Bowl MVP was Malcom Smith who had 10 tackles and 1 interception in the game, the interception was returned for a 69 yard touchdown to make the game 22-0.
Peyton Manning was 34 of 49 for 280 yards but just one touchdown and two interceptions. And as I predicted yesterday he threw at least one but my gut feeling on two interceptions was spot on. Manning also lost a fumble late in the game to seal Denver’s fate.
Sadly for those who enjoy close starts, this was not it, not even close. In fact at halftime the only question was “how is the halftime show going to be?” and honestly Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers were really good last night.
And I’d be remiss if I didn’t post my favorite Super Bowl advertisement on here, I mean these companies put millions into these ads so one Youtube video won’t kill anyone, and besides it is well done by Budweiser. And honestly, is that a surprise? They usually do a good job with their Super Bowl ads.
Sunday February 2nd will be Super Bowl 48 (better known as XLVIII) and the Denver Broncos are going to face the Seattle Seahawks for the right to hold the Vince Lombardi trophy in the middle of MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. I am not going to pretend I am a football expert, my main sports focus is hockey and it has always been that way so I am not going to do a huge blog here that will be mind blowing.
However with that said, I will say that I believe that defense wins championships and I think the Seahawks probablt have one of the best defenses in recent memory in terms of playing in the Super Bowl. In fact the last time a great, hard hitting defense played in the Super Bowl was probably the 2007 Chicago Bears even though the Indianapolis Colts beat them 29-17. Denver’s offense however is one of the best in the history of the game, which is saying a lot because the league has turned itself into an offensive league, granted it isn’t at Arena Football levels but games are getting closer and closer by the season.
As I mentioned above I believe in defense winning championships, so I am going to predict a 27-21 Seattle Seahawks victory, and I will predict this as Russell Wilson’s coming out party, I think he’ll pass for at least 300 yards in this game. I think Peyton Manning will have issues passing the football against a great pass defense, therefore I will predict he throws at least one interception but I believe two is more likely.
Either way whether you have a rooting interest or not, and being a Patriots fan I don’t have one, it should be a great game. It should also help measure just how much offense reigns supreme in the NFL these days with all the defense tacky penalties they call. The Broncos could very well put up 40 and make me look like a clown, however I just think Seattle has too much skill for that sort of offensive showing.
Enjoy the game guys and gals, I know I will!
Battlefield 4 Banned in China
According to IGN Dice’s Battlefield 4 has been banned in China following the release of the China Rising expansion pack because the Chinese Government is concerned over the content within the expansion pack which features a fictional story of Admiral Chang who is trying to overthrow the Chinese Government. China’s Ministry of Culture is fearing that the content “endangers national security and cultural aggression.”
Head on to the IGN post to read the entire story.
Blues go 2-0 over the Weekend
The St. Louis Blues continued their roll Saturday and Sunday with wins over Chicago and Dallas. The win over Chicago featured a 2 goal third period come back and a shootout as the Blues won 6-5 in the shootout. The game against Dallas was a lower scoring game but it also required extra time as the Blues won 3-2.
Seidenberg Out for Season with Torn ACL/MCL
Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Seidenberg is out for the season after suffering a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee. The injury came late in the third period in a game Friday night against the Ottawa Senators on a play that can only be deemed as fluky because it was a clean collision Senators forward Cory Conacher but Seidenberg seemed to land awkwardly after it and it really looked bad.
Sharks Snap Ducks 10 game Winning Streak
The San Jose Sharks won 3-1 on Sunday night over the Anaheim Ducks ending their 10 game winning streak. The Ducks had last lost on December 3rd against the LA Kings. The Ducks last regulation loss was on November 26th at Dallas.
Chargers, Saints clinch Wild Card Spots; Packers, Eagles clinch division crowns
In the NFL the final week of the season featured 13 games with possible playoff implications. And the Wild Card clinchers were the San Diego Chargers who beat Kansas City’s B team in overtime. And the New Orleans Saints who beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at home.
Meanwhile the division winners who clinched yesterday were the Green Bay Packers who beat the Chicago Bears in Chicago 33-28 in what was a great back and forth game. And the Philadelphia Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys in Dallas in a tight game despite the Cowboys throwing out Kyle Orton as their starter with Tony Romo being out after surgery on his back.
I’ll have the playoff schedule and predictions up later this week.
Today is Thanksgiving in the USA so I wanted to wish my fellow Americans a Happy Thanksgiving. Today is a day to give thanks for what we have, whether it be good health, good wealth, good family, or whatever you may be thankful for. Today is meant to celebrate what you have even if you have very little and times are tough, there is probably something that you are thankful for even if it is a short list of things that you have, appreciate it, because some people might have it far worse.
Personally I am thankful to be in good health, to have all of my family in good health, and to have this little blog be as successful as it has been, I never would have imagined I’d still be doing this blog when I first started it back in late February, and I never could have dreamed to have the following I do on here, it truly has been a blessing to me, and I appreciate the support I’ve gotten from fellow WordPress users during the past year.
I’m also thankful for the help I’ve gotten with this effort from companies such as Electronic Arts and Ubisoft, because for me to have such great communications with these companies is a welcome surprise I wasn’t expecting when I started looking for ways to add content to this site, those two companies in particular (but to be clear they aren’t the only ones I’ve had success with but they’re the biggest partners of ours to this point of time) have been amazing to me and I can not thank them enough for their support in the first of hopefully many years on this journey.
With that message out of the way, I am going to close this Thanksgiving message with the sports schedule on today for the NFL and NHL, there might be college football on ESPN later as well since it is Thursday, it might be worth a look on the programming guide.
Vancouver @ Ottawa 7:30 PM ET (NHLN-US/SNET-VAN/SNET-OTT)
Oilers @ Predators 8 PM ET (SNET-EDM)
*I tried looking for the Canadian listings for the NFL but had trouble figuring it out, please take the following info as guesses and feel free to correct the information in the comments*
Packers @ Lions 12:30 PM ET (FOX/City TV)
Raiders @ Cowboys 4:30 PM ET (CBS/City TV/RDS2)
Steelers @ Ravens 8:20 PM ET (NBC/Sportsnet/RDS2)
Things getting testy in Tampa Bay between the Bucs and QB Josh Freeman. To bad, he showed potential at one point, but now he’s a bit of a pain for them.
To say that the relationship between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Josh Freeman is uncomfortable would be a massive understatement.
The quarterback was listed as inactive heading into Week 4 after losing his starting job to rookie Mike Glennon earlier in the week. The benching prompted Freeman to voice his desire to be traded, and the feelings seem to be mutual as the Bucs didn’t give him the warmest of treatments on Sunday afternoon.
While some of the inactives were on the field prior to kickoff, Freeman was nowhere to be seen, and he also wasn’t spotted on the sidelines during the game. Instead, the signal caller was told to watch the game from a suite at Raymond James Stadium, according to Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1.
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Tonight the NFL kicks off the season. And I wanted to do a quick piece about it here. Below is my predictions on where each team will finish. The X’s in the standings indicate wild card teams. The top two teams in each conference get a bye will in round one of the playoffs.
I found that predicting the NFC South the toughest part of this piece. I don’t think there is a clear winner in that division because it is so mediocre it isn’t funny.
Also included below is the week one schedule for the NFL.
The NFL in May clear new rules regarding personal bags being bought into the stadiums around the NFL. Below is the article listed on www.nfl.com/allclear.
NFL TEAMS TO ENHANCE PUBLIC SAFETY AND
IMPROVE STADIUM ACCESS FOR FANS
To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into stadiums, NFL teams will implement an NFL policy this year that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into stadiums.
The NFL Committee on Stadium Security in May unanimously recommended the implementation of this measure that will enhance public safety and make it easier for fans to gain access to all stadiums.
The NFL strongly encourages fans to not bring any type of bags, but outlined today what is permissible. Beginning with preseason games, fans will be able to carry the following style and size bag, package, or container at stadium plaza areas, stadium gates, or when approaching queue lines of fans awaiting entry into the stadium:
- Bags that are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12” x 6” x 12.” (Official NFL team logo clear plastic tote bags will be available through club merchandise outlets or at nflshop.com/allclear), or
- One-gallon clear plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
- Small clutch bags, approximately the size of a hand, with or without a handle or strap can be taken into the stadium with one of the clear plastic bags.
- An exception will be made for medically necessary items after proper inspection at a gate designated for this purpose.
Prohibited items include, but are not limited to: purses larger than a clutch bag, coolers, briefcases, backpacks, fanny packs, cinch bags, seat cushions, luggage of any kind, computer bags and camera bags or any bag larger than the permissible size.
Fans will continue to be able to enjoy their tailgate activities in the parking lots and to do so with greater safety and the knowledge that their entry into the stadium will be smoother and faster. They also will continue to be able to carry items allowed into the stadium, such as binoculars, cameras, and smart phones.
As the 2013 season approaches, we encourage fans to visit individual NFL team websites for specific stadium information.
Draft night brings blockbuster trade
The Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets worked out a blockbuster trade on draft night that will send Paul Pierce, Jason Terry and Kevin Garnett to New Jersey for MarShon Brooks, Kris Joesph, Keith Bogans, Gerald Wallace, the expiring contract of Kris Humphries, and three first round draft picks (2014, 2016, 2018). This move is part of a rebuilding project by the Celtics after they received a 2015 first round pick for coach Doc Rivers from the Clippers earlier in the week.
As mentioned before last night was the NBA draft so below is how the draft turned out in terms of who got selected, but there were trades of some of these picks afterwards.
|1||Cleveland||Anthony Bennett (PF) UNLV|
|2||Orlando||Victor Oladipo (SG) Indiana|
|3||Washington||Otto Porter (SF) G’town|
|4||Charlotte||Cody Zeller (PF) Indiana|
|5||Phoenix||Alex Len (C) Maryland|
|6||New Orleans||Nerlens Noel (C) Kentucky|
|7||Sacramento||Ben McLemore (SG) Kansas|
|8||Detroit||Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (SG) Georgia|
|9||Minnesota||Trey Burke (PG) Michigan|
|10||Portland||C.J. McCollum (PG) Lehigh|
|11||Philadelphia||Michael Carter-Williams (PG) Syracuse|
|12||Oklahoma City||Steven Adams (C) Pittsburgh|
|13||Dallas||Kelly Olynyk (PF) Gonzaga|
|14||Utah||Shabazz Muhammad (SF) UCLA|
|15||Milwaukee||Giannis Antetokounmpo (SF) Greece|
|16||Boston||Lucas Nogueira (C) Brazil|
|17||Atlanta||Dennis Schroeder (PG) Germany|
|18||Atlanta||Shane Larkin (PG) Miami|
|19||Cleveland||Sergey Karasev (SG) Russia|
|20||Chicago||Tony Snell (SF) New Mexico|
|21||Utah||Gorgui Dieng (C) Louisville|
|22||Brooklyn||Mason Plumlee (C) Duke|
|23||Indiana||Solomon Hill (SF) Arizona|
|24||New York||Tim Hardaway Jr. (SG) Michigan|
|25||LA Clippers||Reggie Bullock (SG) UNC|
|26||Minnesota||Andre Roberson (SF) Colorado|
|27||Denver||Rudy Gobert (C) France|
|28||San Antonio||Livio Jean-Charles (PF) France|
|29||Oklahoma City||Archie Goodwin (SG) Kentucky|
|30||Phoenix||Nemanja Nedovic (SG) Serbia|
|31||Cleveland||Allen Crabbe (SG) California|
|32||Oklahoma City||Alex Abrines (SG) Spain|
|33||Cleveland||Carrick Felix (SG) Arizona St|
|34||Houston||Isaiah Canaan (PG) Murray St|
|35||Philadelphia||Glen Rice Jr. (SF) NBDL|
|36||Sacramento||Ray McCallum (PG) Detroit|
|37||Detroit||Tony Mitchell (PF) N Texas|
|38||Washington||Nate Wolters (PG) S Dakota St|
|39||Portland||Jeff Withey (C) Kansas|
|40||Portland||Grant Jerrett (PF) Arizona|
|41||Memphis||Jamaal Franklin (SG) SDSU|
|42||Philadelphia||Pierre Jackson (PG) Baylor|
|43||Milwaukee||Ricky Ledo (SG) Providence|
|44||Dallas||Mike Muscala (PF) Bucknell|
|45||Portland||Marko Todorovic (SF) Serbia|
|46||Utah||Erick Green (PG) Va Tech|
|47||Atlanta||Raul Neto (PG) Brazil|
|48||LA Lakers||Ryan Kelly (PF) Duke|
|49||Chicago||Erik Murphy (PF) Florida|
|50||Atlanta||James Ennis (SF) L Beach St|
|51||Orlando||Romero Osby (PF) Oklahoma|
|52||Minnesota||Lorenzo Brown (PG) NC State|
|53||Indiana||Colton Iverson (C) Colo St|
|54||Washington||Arsalan Kazemi (PF) Oregon|
|55||Memphis||Joffrey Lauvergne (PF) France|
|56||Detroit||Peyton Siva (PG) Louisville|
|57||Phoenix||Alex Oriakhi (C) Missouri|
|58||San Antonio||Deshaun Thomas (SF) Ohio St|
|59||Minnesota||Bojan Dubljevic (PF) Serbia|
|60||Memphis||Janis Timma (SF) Latvia|
Lightning buy out LeCavalier
The Tampa Bay Lightning are expected to buy out Vincent LeCavalier making him an unrestricted free-agent. LeCavlier has played his entire 14 year NHL career in Tampa Bay racking up 1,037 games, 383 goals, 491 assists, 874 points, and 746 penalty minutes. The compliance buyout gets LeCavalier’s contract off of Tampa’s cap hit, and that cap hit next season would have been north of $7.7M.
Alfredsson to return to Sens for another season
Daniel Alfredsson has confirmed to TSN insider Darren Dreger that he will return to the Senators for the 2013-2014 season. Alfredsoon is going to return for his 18th NHL season, in his first 17 seasons he has played 1178 games while tallying 426 goals, 682 assists, 1108 points, and 500 penalty minutes.
Letang, Penguins can’t agree on extension
Also according to TSN out of Canada is that the Pittsburgh Penguins and defenseman Kris Letang are having trouble coming to an agreement. According to Pierre LeBrun who also works for ESPN’s web site, Letang turned down a 8 year, $56 M contract from the Penguins and counter offered the Penguins with a long term deal with a salary figuring to be slightly north of $7.5M per season which is only $500,000+ more than the Penguins had offered.
If Letang’s greed gets in the way the report also said that Letang’s first trade choice would be the Toronto Maple Leafs. But if you’re a Penguins fan, I wouldn’t worry about that, I don’t think that the deal won’t get done. Letang is too important to the Penguins.
Hernandez denied bail in bail review hearing in MA
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was denied bail in a bail review hearing in Fall River, MA on Thursday. Hernandez was denied because Honor Rene Dupuis considered Hernandez a flight risk with substantial means to do so and denied him bail.
In other news relating to the case, Hernandez is now being looked into as a possible suspect in a double murder in Boston that happened on July 16, 2012. Details of that investigation are little to nothing to this point.
Former Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez is charged with first degree murder and five other gun charges including, charges of possessing a firearm without a license, possessing a large capacity firearm and a firearm without an ID card. Aaron Hernandez is charged in connection to the murder Odin Llyod on June 17 in North Attleboro, MA when the body was discovered the that afternoon at about 5:20 PM Eastern Time by a jooger.
Hernandez was released by the New England Patriots this morning due to these charges bought against him. Last off-season Hernandez was given an 5 year, $40M contract.
Hernandez was drafted in the fourth round in the 2o1o NFL Draft, he made the pro bowl in 2011 and was part of an AFC Championship team in 2011 as well for the Patriots.
In his career Hernandez caught 175 passes while registering 1,956 yards with 18 touchdowns. During his days as a Florida Gator Hernandez had 111 catches for 1.382 yards and 12 touchdowns.
The New England Patriots have released troubled Tight end Aaron Hernandez this morning amid the murder investigation he is currently involved in. Also this morning Hernandez was taken from his North Attleboro, Mass. home in handcuffs and was arrests, though the exact charges are not currently known though over the weekend it was reported that an arrest warrant was prepared for obstruction of justice charges for Hernandez’s refusal to cooperate in the investigation. However such reports were denied to media from the Bristol Country District Attorney’s office.
I don’t want to speculate on anything so as soon as I hear anything I will update this post, but overall reaction is that Hernandez choose this for himself and I don’t really feel terribly for him, he had a chance to live a great life, but he never really grew up. Plain and simple.
Below is the press release:
The New England Patriots have issued the following statement on the release of tight end Aaron Hernandez.FOXBOROUGH, Mass. – The New England Patriots have announced the release of tight end Aaron Hernandezfollowing his arrest in the investigation of a homicide last week in North Attleboro, Mass.The New England Patriots issued the following statement: “A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the family and friends who mourn his loss. Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation. We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing. We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do.”
More details to follow.
Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez being questioned by Police, not ruled out as suspect in murder investigation.
New England Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez is being questioned by law enforcement involving a murder that took place on Monday Night in Swansea. MA along a walk path/bike trail. The police were at Hernandez’s home in North Attleboro, MA on Tuesday night trying to question Hernandez, but he did not co-operate with the police.
Hernandez is slotted to be the Patriots top Tight End this season with the injury to Rob Gronkowski with wrist and back problems. If Hernandez can not go it might be up to the likes of Daniel Fells who was the third stinger last season for the Patriots.
More info on this story can be read on the CBS Boston page: http://boston.cbslocal.com/2013/06/19/police-quiet-on-investigation-involving-aaron-hernandez/
Despite not writing a single NFL article I am a big football fan, it is my second favorite sport behind hockey, but since this site opened up after the football season ended it hasn’t seen any football. That is until today. Tomorrow is the first round of the NFL draft, and this draft appears pretty deep at offensive line and wide receiver. Another thing to look out for is there is a possibility of two Cornerbacks being taken in the top ten of the NFL draft.
|Round Pick Overall
1 1 1 Kansas City
1 2 2 Jacksonville
1 3 3 Oakland
1 4 4 Philadelphia
1 5 5 Detroit
1 6 6 Cleveland
1 7 7 Arizona
1 8 8 Buffalo
1 9 9 New York Jets
1 10 10 Tennessee
1 11 11 San Diego
1 12 12 Miami
1 13 13 New York Jets [from Tampa Bay]
1 14 14 Carolina
1 15 15 New Orleans
1 16 16 St. Louis
1 17 17 Pittsburgh
1 18 18 Dallas
1 19 19 New York Giants
1 20 20 Chicago
1 21 21 Cincinnati
1 22 22 St. Louis from Washington
1 23 23 Minnesota
1 24 24 Indianapolis
1 25 25 Minnesota from Seattle
1 26 26 Green Bay
1 27 27 Houston
1 28 28 Denver
1 29 29 New England
1 30 30 Atlanta
1 31 31 San Francisco
1 32 32 Baltimore
|Round Pick Overall
2 1 33 Jacksonville
2 2 34 San Francisco from Kansas City
2 3 35 Philadelphia
2 4 36 Detroit
2 5 37 Cincinnati from Oakland
2 6 38 Arizona
2 7 Cleveland Exercised in Supplemental Draft
2 8 39 New York Jets
2 9 40 Tennessee
2 10 41 Buffalo
2 11 42 Miami
2 12 43 Tampa Bay
2 13 44 Carolina
2 14 New Orleans Forfeited
2 15 45 San Diego
2 16 46 St. Louis
2 17 47 Dallas
2 18 48 Pittsburgh
2 19 49 New York Giants
2 20 50 Chicago
2 21 51 Washington
2 22 52 Minnesota
2 23 53 Cincinnati
2 24 54 Miami from Indianapolis
2 25 55 Green Bay
2 26 56 Seattle
2 27 57 Houston
2 28 58 Denver
2 29 59 New England
2 30 60 Atlanta
2 31 61 San Francisco
2 32 62 Baltimore
|Round Pick Overall
3 1 63 Kansas City
3 2 64 Jacksonville
3 3 65 Detroit
3 4 66 Oakland
3 5 67 Philadelphia
3 6 68 Cleveland
3 7 69 Arizona
3 8 70 Tennessee
3 9 71 Buffalo
3 10 72 New York Jets
3 11 73 Tampa Bay
3 12 74 San Francisco from Carolina
3 13 75 New Orleans
3 14 76 San Diego
3 15 77 Miami
3 16 78 St. Louis
3 17 79 Pittsburgh
3 18 80 Dallas
3 19 81 New York Giants
3 20 82 Miami from Chicago
3 21 83 Minnesota
3 22 84 Cincinnati
3 23 85 Washington
3 24 86 Indianapolis
3 25 87 Seattle
3 26 88 Green Bay
3 27 89 Houston
3 28 90 Denver
3 29 91 New England
3 30 92 Atlanta
3 31 93 San Francisco
3 32 94 Baltimore
3 33 95 Houston (Compensatory Selection)
3 34 96 Kansas City (Compensatory Selection)
3 35 97 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
|Round Pick Overall
4 1 98 Jacksonville
4 2 99 Kansas City
4 3 100 Oakland
4 4 101 Philadelphia
4 5 102 Minnesota from Detroit
4 6 103 Arizona
4 7 104 Cleveland
4 8 105 Buffalo
4 9 106 New York Jets
4 10 107 Tennessee
4 11 108 Carolina
4 12 109 New Orleans
4 13 110 San Diego
4 14 111 Miami
4 15 112 Tampa Bay
4 16 113 St. Louis
4 17 114 Dallas
4 18 115 Pittsburgh
4 19 116 New York Giants
4 20 117 Chicago
4 21 118 Cincinnati
4 22 119 Washington
4 23 120 Minnesota
4 24 121 Indianapolis
4 25 122 Green Bay
4 26 123 Seattle
4 27 124 Houston
4 28 125 Denver
4 29 126 Tampa Bay from New England
4 30 127 Atlanta
4 31 128 San Francisco
4 32 129 Baltimore
4 33 130 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
4 34 131 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
4 35 132 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
4 36 133 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
|Round Pick Overall
5 1 134 Kansas City
5 2 135 Jacksonville
5 3 136 Philadelphia
5 4 137 Detroit
5 5 138 Seattle from Oakland
5 6 139 Cleveland
5 7 140 Arizona
5 8 141 New York Jets
5 9 142 Tennessee
5 10 143 Buffalo
5 11 144 New Orleans
5 12 145 San Diego
5 13 146 Miami
5 14 147 Tampa Bay
5 15 148 Carolina
5 16 149 St. Louis
5 17 150 Pittsburgh
5 18 151 Dallas
5 19 152 New York Giants
5 20 153 Chicago
5 21 154 Washington
5 22 155 Minnesota
5 23 156 Cincinnati
5 24 157 San Francisco from Indianapolis
5 25 158 Seattle
5 26 159 Green Bay
5 27 160 Houston
5 28 161 Denver
5 29 162 Washington from New England
5 30 163 Atlanta
5 31 164 San Francisco
5 32 165 Baltimore
5 33 166 Miami (Compensatory Selection)
5 34 167 Green Bay (Compensatory Selection)
5 35 168 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
|Round Pick Overall
6 1 169 Jacksonville
6 2 170 Kansas City
6 3 171 Detroit
6 4 172 Oakland
6 5 173 Cleveland from Philadelphia
6 6 174 Arizona
6 7 175 Cleveland
6 8 176 Arizona from Tennessee through Minnesota
6 9 177 Buffalo
6 10 178 New York Jets
6 11 179 San Diego
6 12 180 San Francisco from Miami
6 13 181 Tampa Bay
6 14 182 Carolina
6 15 183 New Orleans
6 16 184 St. Louis
6 17 185 Dallas
6 18 186 Pittsburgh
6 19 187 New York Giants
6 20 188 Chicago
6 21 189 Minnesota
6 22 190 Cincinnati
6 23 191 Washington
6 24 192 Indianapolis
6 25 193 Green Bay
6 26 194 Seattle
6 27 195 Houston
6 28 196 Tampa Bay from Denver through Philadelphia
6 29 197 Cincinnati from New England
6 30 198 Atlanta
6 31 199 Baltimore from San Francisco
6 32 200 Baltimore
6 33 201 Houston (Compensatory Selection)
6 34 202 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
6 35 203 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
6 36 204 Kansas City (Compensatory Selection)
6 37 205 Oakland (Compensatory Selection)
6 38 206 Pittsburgh (Compensatory Selection)
|Round Pick Overall
7 1 207 Kansas City
7 2 208 Jacksonville
7 3 209 Oakland
7 4 210 Philadelphia
7 5 211 Detroit
7 6 212 Philadelphia from Cleveland
7 7 213 Minnesota from Arizona
7 8 214 Minnesota from Buffalo through Seattle
7 9 215 New York Jets
7 10 216 Tennessee
7 11 217 Miami
7 12 218 Philadelphia from Tampa Bay
7 13 219 Oakland from Carolina
7 14 220 Seattle from New Orleans
7 15 221 San Diego
7 16 222 St. Louis
7 17 223 Pittsburgh
7 18 224 Miami from Dallas
7 19 225 New York Giants
7 20 226 New England from Chicago through Tampa Bay
7 21 227 San Francisco from Cincinnati
7 22 228 Washington
7 23 229 Minnesota
7 24 230 Indianapolis
7 25 231 Seattle
7 26 232 Green Bay
7 27 233 Houston
7 28 234 Denver
7 29 235 New England
7 30 236 Atlanta
7 31 237 San Francisco
7 32 238 Baltimore
7 33 239 Philadelphia (Compensatory Selection)
7 34 240 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
7 35 241 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
7 36 242 Seattle (Compensatory Selection)
7 37 243 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
7 38 244 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
7 39 245 Detroit (Compensatory Selection)
7 40 246 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
7 41 247 Baltimore (Compensatory Selection)
7 42 248 Tennessee (Compensatory Selection)
7 43 249 Atlanta (Compensatory Selection)
7 44 250 Miami (Compensatory Selection)
7 45 251 Cincinnati (Compensatory Selection)
7 46 252 San Francisco (Compensatory Selection)
7 47 253 New York Giants (Compensatory Selection)
7 48 254 Indianapolis (Compensatory Selection)