It bothers me that the Cincinnati Bungles, due entirely to their horrific management, will get the first pick in each round of the NFL draft. Compare that to college football, where you get the worst recruiting as punishment for losing. Those are some real life consequences. I don't understand why the NFL couldn't do an NBA-like lottery where the worst 6 teams draw for draft order in each round, ahead of the draft. I'd do one thing different---the teams #ed 1-6 would all have an equal chance at the top pick. So a given team might pick #1 in the first round, #6 in the 2nd. I get it that the idea is to create parity......but to ensure the Bungles get Burrow due to sheer incompetency is a bit much. I also see the whole arrangement as unfair to franchises like the Pats or the Steelers who gradually weaken over the years through no fault of their own. Thoughts?