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OnlyPantherFaninMaine

According to McShay, We Should Move Up for WR

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I wouldn't hold my breath on that happening.

(but I'd be okay with it if McShay did)

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You want a man to die because of his opinion on our moves?

wow you just take this stuff far too seriously.

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this has zero chance of happening Gman doesn't like trading down much less trading up

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If Cleveland IS targeting a QB, then they may not mind moving back two spots for some compensation since the Saints won't be drafting their targeted QB.

I read somewhere that one gm thinks quarterbacks are going to fall and teams are going to try to trade into the end of round 1.

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As said before, if we do any trading I'd prefer to trade back and get even more picks.

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Would you trade our #28 to Cleveland for their 2nd and 3rd (35 and 71)? We'd have 35, 60, 71, and 92.

 

Or our 1 (28) and 4 (128) for their 2,3, and 4 (106)? 5 picks in the top 106?

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Would you trade our #28 to Cleveland for their 2nd and 3rd (35 and 71)? We'd have 35, 60, 71, and 92.

Or our 1 (28) and 4 (128) for their 2,3, and 4 (106)? 5 picks in the top 106?

I wouldn't but i don't think the browns would trade back up. They have 2 first round picks already.

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What is gettlemans style? So far it seems like a bunch of white bread b.s to me. Dont trade up ignorr your needs cut your number one wr hell cut them all. We dont need wrs to win draft bpa even if its another linebacker. Gettlemane style sounds like not winning to me.

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It's doesn't make sense given how deep the draft is. how many WRs drafted in the first two rounds become pro bowlers? The last few years there have only been a handful that I can only think of. If the top 10 WR get taken in first two rounds I can just assume only 2 of those 10 will be worth trading up for. For every Julio Jones there's 5 AJ Jenkins.

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I'm saying how would you feel about moving up 7-8 slots. Giving up a couple mid-late round picks isn't going to jeopardize our future if we get our guy and he turns out as expected. Just trying to weigh all options and get some discussion going.

 

Somebody is going to fall. If we had traded our fifth rounder last year to move ahead of the Jets to get Star (everyone thought they might take him) we would not have Klein, a guy I think starts at OLB this year.

 

I see the logic, but WRs are already very risky picks.  To move up for one is bold. 

 

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