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    NFL Draft Timing Poll

    NFL Draft Timing Poll  

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    1. 1. What do you prefer the day of the week for the draft to be?

      • Thursday (Round 1), Friday (Rounds 2-3), Saturday (Rounds 4-7)
      • Friday (Round 1), Saturday (Rounds 2-3), Sunday (Rounds 4-7)
      • Thursday (Round 1), Saturday (Rounds 2-3), Sunday (Rounds 4-7)
      • Thursday (Rounds 1-2), Friday (Rounds 3-4), Saturday (Rounds 5-7)
      • Friday (Rounds 1-2), Saturday (Rounds 3-4), Sunday (Rounds 5-7)
      • Thursday (Rounds 1-2), Saturday (Rounds 3-4), Sunday (Rounds 5-7)


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    I know for me personally, i think times might change my vote. I think we usually start around 8 on Friday? if that got bumped up earlier in the day, i would be more open to having multiple rounds on Friday(or Thursday). I know we have people in Europe and on the west coast, so that makes it hard for them.

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    36 minutes ago, rabidsnowman said:

    I feel like more people might support Thursday/Saturday/Sunday if they considered the media impact of having a whole day to analyze the first round picks, making the later rounds less of an afterthought and more of a second event.

     

    I agree. I like the idea. 

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    3 hours ago, rabidsnowman said:

    I feel like more people might support Thursday/Saturday/Sunday if they considered the media impact of having a whole day to analyze the first round picks, making the later rounds less of an afterthought and more of a second event.

     

    Dang i voted without reading this, but i really like the idea of having a day to analyze

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    I know that I am in the minority, but as a GM that has children, two weekend dates is freakin' impossible.  It's hard enough to put life on pause for three separate days for the draft, but at least if the two most important ones (R1 and R2-3) fall on an evening, I can usually find a way to work around that in some way.  But if we go with any kind of Saturday & Sunday format, that is way too intrusive for someone with kids involved a multitude of activities.

     

    I feel very strongly that R1 should always be it's own event and that R2 should start the next session.  Whether session 2 is R2&3, R2-4 or R2-7 is debatable but R1 should always stand on its own.

     

     

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