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Let us pretend the NFL was to redo the 2011 NFL Draft....

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Knowing what we now know, what would teams have traded to move up to #1 now?

Answer: Everything.

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A lot of them. I wouldn't take any of their trades, however.

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Makes me cringe when I remember saying we shouldn't take Cam.

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Brady/Rodgers/Rivers/Brees is the only thing that I would trade looking back.

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Indy would have traded Manning and rights to his child. Who should be entering the draft in 2032.

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Yes, I didn't think there was a #1 QB prospect in this draft. I was flat wrong.

Probably about 27 teams that would have traded a ton for him had they known.

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Makes me cringe when I remember saying we shouldn't take Cam.

this lolz

guess that's why I'm not a GM.

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I haven't felt more excited about this team and watching on Sundays than I have since watching Carolina thrash Tampa in fall 2008.

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A lot of them. I wouldn't take any of their trades, however.

Nobody save for maybe King Taharqa knew the total package Cam would bring to the field Sundays.

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