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  1. tnmike

    tnmike Registered

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    2019 Cards had #1 pick
    2020 Cards had #8 pick
    2021 Cards have #16 pick
    2022 Cards have #32 pick ?
    See where this goes?
     
  2. Shane

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    We can only hope... However this could be accomplished via trade as well LOL
     
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    If it happens, it’s likely because the future has us trading with Tampa and picking up their 2022 1st rounder.
     
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    By this trend it would be the 25th pick
     
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    I see where you are going with this. Every four years we get the #1 pick.
     
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    I see what the OP is saying. My first thought was fibbinocci sequence, but that’s not the proper equation (where the sum equals the value of the previous 2 numbers added together). He is saying if we continue this particular trajectory, of doubling our performance from the previous year, we will be drafting somewhere around 29-32, with a 11-6 to 13-4 regular season record. His expectations should be the goal IMO (I’d be happy with 10-7, but not much less).
     
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    lol. Someone failed math.
     
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    carrrnuttt Didactic

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    The pattern given increments by one for each step: 1 + 7 = 8; 8 + 8 = 16; 16 + 9 = 25;
     
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    gmabel830 It's football season!!

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    Since I posted it in another recent thread, I just have to...

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    I’m so lost.
     
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    Yes sir
     
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    For original post to work it would have had to be:
    1
    2
    4
    8
    16
    32

    but nice thought anyway!
     
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    Extrapolating is free so go nuts


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    Also means we won a playoff game!
     
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    They are discussing various ways to interpret a number sequence to them extrapolate to the future.

    As has been said "There are lies and there are statistics"

    "The phrase derives from the full sentence, "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies, and statistics."; it was popularized in the United States by Mark Twain and others, who mistakenly attributed it to the British prime minister Benjamin Disraeli."
     
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