A lot of the people on here are just bitter losers who have to much free time and decide to just bash every law school. I wouldn't pay much attention to them. If your goal is to land a $+100,000/yr job, maybe you should re-think going to law school. IF you want to learn an excellent skill, and make a modest living, law school is a good option. To many people assume law is a meal ticket to being rich. I think that is why so many negative people are on this forum and just bash it.
I live and work in the legal profession in the Philadelphia area. I know people who have recently graduated from Widener (a low Tier 4 school) and have found nice jobs working as lawyers. Drexel, from what I have heard, is on the up and up. It is a Tier 3 school, but should move up into second Tier. If you have a good scholarship offer to Drexel, and want to work in the Philadelphia area, Drexel isn't a bad option. Philadelphia is home to the Eastern District of PA, one of the largest federal district court's in the country. It is also home to the Third Circuit Court of Appeals. Syracuse on the other hand appears to me to be in the middle of no where (please correct me if I am wrong). I think Buffalo might be near Syracuse but not sure what that means. Syracuse is also expensive for a law school. I would say no to Syracuse.
Your anecdotes are not data. What about the number of utterly screwed Widener (or Drexel) grads that you don't see for every successful Widener grad you come across? This thread might be unpleasant to read for you as a Drexel applicant, but the truth is not always pleasant.
By the way, the fact that in other posts you evaluate Michigan State and Villanova on the basis of their USWNR rankings shows that you have essentially no knowledge of how legal hiring works, and thus have nothing useful to contribute to other applicants in the way of advice.