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Alex Smith Traded To The Chiefs (How This Could Effect The Panthers Draft)

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I suspect they might trade a few of those picks to the Jets for Revis. It is great they have 15 picks but it isn't how many picks you have but how well you pick the players you draft. The Patriots were mentioned as an example but my overall impression is that they haven't done that great of job in the draft. They seem to do better picking off veterans in free agency than they do drafting. I could be wrong but that is my impression....................

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Joeckel is the now the sure no.1 pick.

SF could move their 1st/2nd or both 2nd to move up and grab Vaccaro, DT or a WR.

I'd start talking with SF if I'm Gettleman. I'll gladly take both their 2nd rounders. Stock pile the 2nd round for us. Having 34, 44, and 61 (DT, WR, FS).

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Chiefs fans are upset.....

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/2/27/4036030/alex-smith-trade-chiefs-49ers#comments

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Just goes to show you how quickly things turn around. The 49ers had a decade of futility hovering around 7-9 and now they've go a solid, young team and are a perennial playoff team with draft picks and no cap issues. We could get there one day.

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Not sure where this 15 draft picks is coming from but ESPN says they have 11..

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Alex Smith was traded to the Chiefs for two second round picks. The 49ers now have 15 picks in this years draft... Yes that's right FIFTEEN. Since the 49ers need help in their secondary they could be looking to trade up for someone like Vaccaro or Rhodes. Your thoughts?

This report says that without the compensatory picks which have not been determined yet, San Fran has 12 picks not 15. They got 2 seconds but one is for this year while the other is a conditional pick in 2014.

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000145695/article/san-francisco-49ers-get-richer-with-alex-smith-deal

just sayin....................

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Chiefs fans are upset.....

http://www.arrowheadpride.com/2013/2/27/4036030/alex-smith-trade-chiefs-49ers#comments

They should be. Alex Smith is not worth that. He's getting older and has been poo until Harbaugh got to SF. No reason to think he won't digress back to his past form.

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But but but in Madden you are only allowed 10 draft picks per team!

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Not sure where this 15 draft picks is coming from but ESPN says they have 11..

I think they are anticipating something like 3 or 4 compensation picks.

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