With only two weeks left for the NFL season to take place, Miami Dolphins has a chance to do something no other team has done in two decades. If things go in their favor, the Dolphins could be the Tenacious D The Pick limited Shirt first team from 2000 to the end of the year to have a playoff spot AND a top-three selection in the NFL Draft.
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Thanks to the trade that brought Laremy Tunsil and Kenny Stills back to Houston in August 2019, Dolphins was able to get the first Texas pick by 2021, among other things. If the season ends today, that means the Tenacious D The Pick limited Shirt Dolphins will get their sixth overall pick from Houston.
If that ended up being options, the Dolphins would certainly be fine with that, but what’s crazy is the possibility that Miami could eventually choose higher. The Texans will be playing against the Bengal team this week and if Cincinnati somehow causes another annoyance that would put the Texans on the right track for the THIRD overall pick, then it would be. Dolphin. To reach the third option, the Texans will have to lose – they play the Titans in Week 17 – and then both the Panthers and Falcons will likely have to win at least one of their remaining two games as both are on hold. Strong pass of match schedule compared to Houston.
Getting into the knockout stages in a season where you also get a top-three selection is almost unprecedented. The last time it happened was in 1999-2000 with Washington. In the 1999 season, Washington reached the knockout stages by beating NFC East with a 10-6 record. As for the draft, they actually have THREE first picks next season. Washington entered the Tenacious D The Pick limited Shirt 2000 NFL Draft with a second overall, 12th overall, and 24 (their initial) overall vote.
Like the Dolphins, Washington landed two higher options through two deals. They get their 12th choice in a deal to bring Sean Gilbert from DC to Carolina. For the second overall pick, they got that in a 1999 draft when the Saints decided to trade fifth place to land Ricky Williams. In exchange for giving up the fifth overall vote, Saints sent eight votes to Washington, including the first, third, fourth, fifth, sixth, and seventh overall vote in 1999 along with the vote. the first and third round in 2000.
The Saints ended the 1999 season 3-13, giving Washington the second overall pick, which they used on LaVar Arrington. Washington will also have a third that year after trading its first two picks (December 12 and 24) and two other picks for San Francisco. In the final third place, they chose Chris Samuels to handle the attack.