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04-04-2013, 03:18 PM
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Originally Posted by PhlyerPhanatic View Post
I get what you're saying(don't agree with it at all)...but I can't help but think this is all coming to a head now that Day may drop to the slot that Windsor would occupy this season. So based on the strength of a draft..they would be able to pick what years to take their punishment? Read that from the outside and tell me if it seems fair.
You are most likely right in light of the Day situation,I think a team should never lose
a 1st rder regardless of what they have done,afterall teams cant trade 1st rders unless
special situations ie defected player loosely defined,so special situations could have been done here as well protect all non playoff teams,so my view
The league makes sure that for example if a 3rd overll player does not want to show
the compensation would be 5th the following year not 4th,as compensation is the next selection then the defected player,so as to protect the 4 non play off teams,could have been done here imo

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