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firefox1234

Trading later round picks

Trading 6th and 7th rd picks  

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  1. 1. Should we trade our 6th or 7th rd picks more often to move up in the early rounds?

    • Yes, they are useless picks
      14
    • No, quality players can be found in the later rounds
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firefox1234    880

I would say yes if a quality player is just out of reach especially around the 3rd to 4th rds where quality can be found

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frash.exe    10,837

Who gives a poo unless you're looking for a pro bowl caliber fullback really

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Cracka McNasty    7,585

I'm all for it. What did the saints give up to move up to 20 in order to draft cooks? a 5th rounder and their 1st? 

 

worth it in my opinion. It's when you go full hurney and trade away future high draft picks that you get in trouble. 

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I'm all for it. What did the saints give up to move up to 20 in order to draft cooks? a 5th rounder and their 1st?

worth it in my opinion. It's when you go full hurney and trade away future high draft picks that you get in trouble.

1st and 3rd

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bleys    1,995

exceptions don't make the rule..  for the most part they are useless picks.  If a GM has his eyes on a guy and only has to give up 6's and 7's to do so then by all means don't think twice.

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firefox1234    880

wasnt greg hardy a 6th round pick?

Good point but in all honesty that was as lucky as most teams will get, u can most likely find just as many quality guys as UDFAs

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