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More draftees = more wins

More draftees = more wins

The formula seems simple enough: The more quality players you have, the more games you win ... and the more guys you have drafted by the NFL.

Just ask former Tennessee head man Phillip Fulmer. Fulmer cranked out 49 NFL Draft picks during the seven-year stretch from 1995 through 2001, including nine first-rounders and nine second-rounders. His record during that time was 73-14, good for an eye-popping 83.9 winning percentage. He produced just 31 NFL draftees over the next seven years (2002-2008), however, including five first-rounders... Recommended Stories

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