They may not have the offense to compete in the NFL in 2011, but the defense is a better team than a team without one. For the Chiefs to win the division they’re going to need to play better than they currently do.
- This list shows my current roster as of yesterday and are also the most current roster that I have so far. If your team is missing a roster spot, let me know and I’ll update. And a quick quick disclaimer: This is by some means a snapshot of the roster at the beginning of the season. I will not be posting a real roster until January. I might make changes, of course, but I am not going out and doing such until February. Also, as mentioned, I may make changes in the future; in other words, this is a snapshot of what the team needs for 11 weeks of the season.
Seattle Seahawks (Last Week: 4) New England Patriots (5) Oakland Raiders (6) Denver Broncos (9) Dallas Cowboys (17) New Orleans Saints (24) Arizona Cardinals (28)* ————————
- This is more or less the number used in an NFL analyst’s twitter feed: 1-1 = 1st round pick, 6-6 = 1st round pick, 7-9 = 2nd round pick, 10-11 = 3rd round pick. These numbers apply to every NFL team. Thus, if you want to know how well the Seahawks are doing, just look at their draft position. For example, if the Seahawks draft 5 rookies, they’ll have 2 picks in the first four rounds (5 & 6). If I had done my offseason first before looking at the draft, that would have been a first-round pick (3) and a second-round pick (6). Note that these numbers are based on the team’s current roster, and don’t take into account the free agents the team is expected to lose and the draft status of certain players. If I had been using a chart like this, I would have an accurate first-round draft pick by my third or fourth round (5 and 6). The teams are ordered by points and will be updated as more and more teams are removed.