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Hypothetical draft day trades that fit under value chart

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That draft chart's about as useful as a 1960's roadmap of Charlotte.

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Trade down. Not up. This team has too many hole.

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See that's where we differ at 14 (assuming we can't trade down and Star is off the board) I think Floyd is the DT we should go. The way I see it if we don't trade out of the pick its going to be Chance Warmack, or whichever WR they like/ DT they like, and I'd go Floyd long before the rest.

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I would not trade up into the top 10 unless it's for one of the LTs, and Gross has retired/been cut.

However, I would not mind trading back into the first to get a player like Patterson.

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