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    Using the depth charts on the forums and the draft records from the wiki, I found the average round/pick each position's starters were drafted. If a player was undrafted, I put in that they were pick #250. I tried to remove players that were only starting because of injuries and use the original starter instead. The 1sts column show how many players were 1st round picks (in the first 32 picks of the draft). So even if they were the 2nd round, 18th overall pick in the 2014 draft, they were counted as a 1st round pick. Offense Defense Special Teams Ranked List (Pick) CB #1 (41) LT (44) QB (44) MLB (58) LG (58) WR (59) LE (63) SS (64) CB #2 (64) DT (64) RT (73) LOLB (74) RG (75) RB (75) FS (76) RE (80) C (84) ROLB (86) TE (100) K (173) FB (186) P (188) Notes Left side of offensive lines are drafted higher (not surprising). However, left defensive ends and left outside linebackers are drafted higher than right side of defense. This may be because some teams have strong-side and weak-side DE's/OLB's in their depth chart instead of right and left DE's/OLBs. I put strong-side as left and weak-side as right. There are no former UDFA's that currently start on OL. The one former 1st round pick that is used as a holder is Blake Shell. Not including special teams and FBs, the average NFLHC starter in any position was the 67th overall pick in the 3rd round.
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    Here are all the UDFAs that are now starters (not including FB, K, P, #2 WRs, #2 DTs, #2 ILBs): QB Joaquin Younger 6-5 215 2 Oregon [Hybrid] 82 RB Shawn Cole 5-9 188 5 Washington [Power] 92 RB Booker T. Washington 6-1 208 5 OklahomaState [Speed] 83 RB Michael Duckworth 5-7 179 4 Michigan State [Speed] 85 WR Aaron Pagliei 6-3 185 3 Florida [Speed] 81 TE A.J. Carter 6-6 226 5 Boston College [Blocking] 78 TE Scott Brown 6-1 250 4 Stanford [Blocking] 81 DE Steven Jordan 6-7 279 5 Iowa State [Contain] 83 DE Adam Scott 6-4 281 5 OhioState [Contain] 80 OLB Craig Davis 6-1 221 4 Syracuse [Blitz] 82 OLB Kyries Brown 6-0 227 4 Wisconsin [Coverage] 81 SS Tywan Tafoya 6-2 185 5 Washington State [Zone Coverage] 88
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    Here's some more OL stats for you: Average starting LT: 88.5 overall rating, 3.87 years pro, 69% are pass blocking/31% are run blocking, 44th pick Average starting LG: 84.9 overall rating, 2.97 years pro, 59% are pass blocking/41% are run blocking, 58th pick Average starting C: 82.5 overall rating, 3.00 years pro, 65% are pass blocking/35% are run blocking, 84th pick Average starting RG: 84.5 overall rating, 3.74 years pro, 50% are pass blocking/50% are run blocking, 75th pick Average starting RT: 84.0 overall rating, 3.06 years pro, 55% are pass blocking/45% are run blocking, 73rd pick
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    Buffalo rushed for 308 yards and had 4 interceptions (2 of which were pick sixes) in a loss.
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    Viva Las Vegas? Oakland stadium plans fall through. Move to Vegas seems inevitable.
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    this is who caught the td: CB Marcus Farmer 6-1 177 5 Louisville [Zone Coverage] 70
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    Lawyer Johnson, NE, 24/36, 320 yards, 4 TD, 4 INT, 0/0 F/L Farvin' it
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    LEAVING ON A JET CART Jets nab a close win heading into the bye to hit 3-1, but lose star WR Paul Howell indefinitely to a hamstring injury
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    I'm gonna try to get 14 people a touchdown this year.
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    Pffft Titans could only manage to get ONE player on the Passing Leaders board. Pathetic.
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    Due Tuesday April 18th at 8pm EST. Rules: You may only restructure up to three contracts. You may not do a restructure of a player who is on their rookie contract. You cannot move money into the current year (2020). Only 2021 and beyond. 2020 salaries are already set. You may not change the amount of guaranteed money on the deal (50%) or the remaining salary, but you can move it around however you like. You cannot re-structure a deal that was signed in the 2020 offseason, as we already had the current system in place for those deals. Only GMs posts will be counted. If you don't want to restructure any contracts, post that you are not doing so in this thread. Format: Current deal: QB Sample Player 6-2 200 4 Temple [Pocket] 99 // Total years // Years Left (starting 2021) // Total Money // Contract type Restructured deal: QB Sample Player 6-2 200 4 Temple [Pocket] 99 3 years // 30 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//10.0//5.0//0.0//Total:15.0 $//0.0//5.0//10.0//Total:15.0 Total//10.0//10.0//10.0//Total:30.0 ex: Current deal: QB Nick Hall 6-2 221 5 Syracuse [Pocket] 97 // 5 years // 4 years // 105 million // even Restructured deal: QB Nick Hall 6-2 221 5 Syracuse [Pocket] 97 4 years // 84.0 million // 50.00% Guaranteed G//16.0//15.5//7.5//3.0//Total:42.0 $//5.0//7.5//13.5//16.0//Total:42.0 Total//21.0//23.0//21.0//19.0//Total:84.0 Post your restructured deals IN THIS THREAD. DO NOT UPDATE YOUR CAP SHEETS TO REFLECT THESE CHANGES UNTIL I HAVE GIVEN YOU APPROVAL TO DO SO. Useful Links: http://cfbhc.herokuapp.com/contract/ Completed: LAC MIN GB CHI WAS ARI LAR BUF SF ATL PHI NYJ TB MIA OAK HOU PIT BAL
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    Damn gg Panthers. tbt to when I thought Troy Wilson was a bad pick
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    Jesus christ overofficiating in the NFL. Fuck this crew.
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    BREAKING OUT AND SHUTTING DOWN Jennings' 4 TDs and a smothering Defense equal a big win in H-Town
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    Alejandro Aguirre to Marcus Farmer, 33 yd TD pass - 0:00 (21-0) Special Teams Kicker K Alejandro Aguirre 5-11 198 1 Oklahoma [Accuracy] 87 Punter P Jason Sochia 5-10 169 3 Notre Dame [Accuracy] 93
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    Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2) at Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) New York Giants (1-2) at Atlanta Falcons (2-1) Dallas Cowboys (3-0) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-3) Washington Redskins (0-3) at Arizona Cardinals (1-2) Seattle Seahawks (2-1) at Los Angeles Rams (2-1)
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    Wow.. Away and on Monday Night Football gg both teams showed their best. Either team could have won this game.
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    Los Angeles Chargers (1-2) at Miami Dolphins (3-0) Kansas City Chiefs (0-3) at New York Jets (2-1) New England Patriots (0-3) at Buffalo Bills (1-2) Cleveland Browns (2-1) at Baltimore Ravens (0-3) Denver Broncos (2-1) at Houston Texans (2-1) Jacksonville Jaguars (3-0) at Tennessee Titans (2-1)
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    Wait a 99 punt return for a td? That just feels like one of those plays that seemed so stupid at first lol
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    The Buffalo News "Where Life Unfolds Daily" CONSISTENTLY INCONSISTENT Bills Have Struggled Putting It All Together, This Time Falling To Pats In Last Minute
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    Reality Check, Please! Sobering loss reminds fans that the Texans are still not contenders.
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    RIP Paul Howell. We'll get Stoned in your memory
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    TOO MUCH TO BEAR Playing in their third straight road game, Vikings fall in OT after blowing late 10 point lead. Peter Foster returns a 4th quarter punt 55 yards for a touchdown. The score came in part of a 17 point run by the Bears, and helped highlight the Vikings weak special teams unit, which allowed all 13 of Chicago's points scored following the close of the 3rd quarter.
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