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Trading Down in the second.

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It would be one of my first options.

Maybe one of those QB hungry teams would give us their 2nd, 3rd and 6th to move up to grab one of the falling QBs.

With the tremendous value of Star in the first, I believe it affords us the ability to trade down.

That unless one of your top players is still on the top board.

Thoughts? What would it take for you to move down in the 2nd?

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I mean don't get me wrong, if a deal comes along like a 2nd, 3rd, and 6th!! But thats a little far fetched. We are not the Patriots.

We are right on the bubble of starter-backup talent level at pick 12 in the second.

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Judging from what Gettleman said about trading down in last night's press conference, I'd be very surprised if we did.

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I mean don't get me wrong, if a deal comes along like a 2nd, 3rd, and 6th!! But thats a little far fetched. We are not the Patriots.

We are right on the bubble of starter-backup talent level at pick 12 in the second.

No we aren't, there are plenty of starting caliber players left in this Draft. You take Hunter/Wheaton/Allen in the second, and Sharmarko Thomas/Shawn Williams in the fourth and you've got three starters....

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No we aren't, there are plenty of starting caliber players left in this Draft. You take Hunter/Wheaton/Allen in the second, and Sharmarko Thomas/Shawn Williams in the fourth and you've got three starters....

There could not possibly be a better result to this draft IMO if we came out of it with Star,Allen and Shamarko.

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At this point I just want a good o lineman and Ill be satisfied.

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It would be one of my first options.

Maybe one of those QB hungry teams would give us their 2nd, 3rd and 6th to move up to grab one of the falling QBs.

With the tremendous value of Star in the first, I believe it affords us the ability to trade down.

That unless one of your top players is still on the top board.

Thoughts? What would it take for you to move down in the 2nd?

No qb hungry team picks after us in the second. How would they give us their second if they have already picked?

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No we aren't, there are plenty of starting caliber players left in this Draft. You take Hunter/Wheaton/Allen in the second, and Sharmarko Thomas/Shawn Williams in the fourth and you've got three starters....

Usually the top 50 players in the draft are considered your starter caliber players. Maybe this draft is deeper than most, but traditionally mid-way through the second, that is the thought of it

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No qb hungry team picks after us in the second. How would they give us their second if they have already picked?

Good point.

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If Hunter, Cyprien and Allen are all gone (unlikely) then I would be all for trading down to accumulate some picks.

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We will not trade our pick because.............

another "Hogmolly" will be staring us in the kisser.@ 44

and we won't pass it up.

ps.......our GM keeps stating "I'd rather have a dollar than 3 dimes"

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No we aren't, there are plenty of starting caliber players left in this Draft. You take Hunter/Wheaton/Allen in the second, and Sharmarko Thomas/Shawn Williams in the fourth and you've got three starters....

None of those WRs are a lock to start over Lafell.

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