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  • What if the giants just dont pick?

    jmike brought this up a couple days ago.

    Last pick of the first round, they could just choose not to select anyone and let time expire. They would then have the entire night to work trades, figure out what player they would like to select, etc.

    They didnt have this opportunity in 2008 because then the first draft day was 1st and 2nd round combined. (technically they werent picking 32nd that year either, but that didnt make a functional difference)

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    Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

    I don't know how the league would handle this, but if they were smart and forward-thinking, they'd say that Day-1 will be the "first 32 picks".

    So in the instance you mentioned, if the GMen go past their allotted time, the Colts would be wise to have their second pick ready to go.

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    • #3
      Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

      STL has the 33rd pick actually

      The NFl ultimately could not have STL pick the end of the first day simply because it would be then adding an extra pick to the first round. If it told STL to pick if the clock expires, then giants could simply step in front of STL on their way up with the card and pick over them. There's no way the nfl could either force the giants to pick in day one or allow STL to use a 2nd round pick on the first day of the draft.

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      • #4
        Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

        no
        Don't take it personal, we're just debating.

        ~Big Mike~

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        • #5
          Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

          [quote user="slipknottin"]jmike brought this up a couple days ago.

          Last pick of the first round, they could just choose not to select anyone and let time expire. They would then have the entire night to work trades, figure out what player they would like to select, etc.

          They didnt have this opportunity in 2008 because then the first draft day was 1st and 2nd round combined. (technically they werent picking 32nd that year either, but that didnt make a functional difference)[/quote]

          Very interesting....the only potential problem I see with it would be if the Rams made their selection immediately the following day before the Giants had the chance to. Not sure how that would work though, I assume it wouldn't just be a race to the podium.

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          • #6
            Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

            The NFL couldn't do anything about it this year but I'm sure they would put a stop to it once they realize what a huge advantage that gives to a team.

            The last thing the Superbowl Champions (as in every year) need is an advantage with their draft picks by giving them a large sum of time to make a decision on.

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            • #7
              Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

              [quote user="slipknottin"]jmike brought this up a couple days ago.

              Last pick of the first round, they could just choose not to select anyone and let time expire. They would then have the entire night to work trades, figure out what player they would like to select, etc.

              They didnt have this opportunity in 2008 because then the first draft day was 1st and 2nd round combined. (technically they werent picking 32nd that year either, but that didnt make a functional difference)[/quote]

              If the Giants let their allotted time expire, they lose the pick. They would not get a "do over" the next day. It's no different from the old process, when 1st and 2nd rd occurred on Day One.

              Why do you think that because now Day One is devoted to only 1st rd, the rules would change for the last pick of the day? Makes no sense.

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              • #8
                Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                [quote user="gmen46"][quote user="slipknottin"]jmike brought this up a couple days ago.

                Last pick of the first round, they could just choose not to select anyone and let time expire. They would then have the entire night to work trades, figure out what player they would like to select, etc.

                They didnt have this opportunity in 2008 because then the first draft day was 1st and 2nd round combined. (technically they werent picking 32nd that year either, but that didnt make a functional difference)[/quote]

                If the Giants let their allotted time expire, they lose the pick. They would not get a "do over" the next day. It's no different from the old process, when 1st and 2nd rd occurred on Day One.

                Why do you think that because now Day One is devoted to only 1st rd, the rules would change for the last pick of the day? Makes no sense.[/quote]

                That's not how it works. Teams don't lose their pick, they are able to submit it at any point but teams following have the opportunity to pick before them

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                • #9
                  Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                  [quote user="gmen46"][quote user="slipknottin"]jmike brought this up a couple days ago.

                  Last pick of the first round, they could just choose not to select anyone and let time expire. They would then have the entire night to work trades, figure out what player they would like to select, etc.

                  They didnt have this opportunity in 2008 because then the first draft day was 1st and 2nd round combined. (technically they werent picking 32nd that year either, but that didnt make a functional difference)[/quote]

                  If the Giants let their allotted time expire, they lose the pick. They would not get a "do over" the next day. It's no different from the old process, when 1st and 2nd rd occurred on Day One.

                  Why do you think that because now Day One is devoted to only 1st rd, the rules would change for the last pick of the day? Makes no sense.[/quote]

                  yeah i cant believe u thought it would work like this slip.

                  all that would happen is our time expired, and the next day STL starts off the 2nd round...

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                  • #10
                    Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                    I think If our time expired the rams should be able to pick if they get there before we do. It doesn't make sense to not allow them to make the pick just because its out of the 1st round

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                    • #11
                      Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                      Interesting, but doesn't seem like a Giants move . . . .

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                      • #12
                        Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                        Agreed, it is not really a Giants type maneuver.

                        But I still wish the NFL would go back to the old format of Draft Day starting at Noon on Saturday, rounds 1-3 on first day, etc.

                        I hate this new format.

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                        • #13
                          Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                          Lots of confusion in this thread.

                          If a team does not select during its alloted time, they dont lose their pick, they are allowed to place their pick at any point.

                          Last year the ravens actually let time expire on their pick, and the Chiefs ran up and stuck in their draft pick before them. Then the ravens drafted right after KC.

                          As for STL being able to draft before the giants the following day, all the giants would have to do is submit their pick before the draft technically opens, since they have priority over STL, they get their choice still.

                          As for STL being able to draft again on the first day, not possible. They would be adding an extra pick and extra time slot to the first round. The league has not ruled on this already, which means if it does happen during the draft the league can not extend the draft without first ruling on it. If the league does rule on it right then, then the giants simply submit their pick and STL would go back to picking the following day.

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                          • #14
                            Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                            [quote user="slipknottin"]Lots of confusion in this thread.

                            If a team does not select during its alloted time, they dont lose their pick, they are allowed to place their pick at any point.

                            Last year the ravens actually let time expire on their pick, and the Chiefs ran up and stuck in their draft pick before them. Then the ravens drafted right after KC.

                            As for STL being able to draft before the giants the following day, all the giants would have to do is submit their pick before the draft technically opens, since they have priority over STL, they get their choice still.

                            As for STL being able to draft again on the first day, not possible. They would be adding an extra pick and extra time slot to the first round. The league has not ruled on this already, which means if it does happen during the draft the league can not extend the draft without first ruling on it. If the league does rule on it right then, then the giants simply submit their pick and STL would go back to picking the following day.[/quote]What time does the second round start the next day?

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                            • #15
                              Re: What if the giants just dont pick?

                              [quote user="jjj45"]What time does the second round start the next day?
                              [/quote]

                              7 PM

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