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I would have been okay with #47 and #100 if Little was their guy, but this trade is just a huge overpay. Our secondary is going to be a mess. Pick 77 was valuable.

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Just now, Double Trouble said:

I would have been okay with #47 and #100 if Little was their guy, but this trade is just a huge overpay. Our secondary is going to be a mess. Pick 77 was valuable.

 

we're are set at CB and one safety position.  It won't be a mess.

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7 minutes ago, Toomers said:

What we gave up isn’t going to make Little any better. 

True...but hurts even worse knowing the price.

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According to the draft trade chart, Carolina gave Seattle 635 points of trade value to trade up to the 37th overall pick which is worth 530.

That extra 100 equated to a lower-level 3rd round or upper-level 4th round choice.

Who is the guy earlier today who recommended taking Marty's phone away from him before the draft re-started again today?  He nailed it, 100%.

Utter and total idiocy.  Get out of the 1st round and Marty goes brain-dead.

https://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Value-Chart.asp

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1 minute ago, TheSaint said:

Very clever...

Thanks . Had to be done my brother . :)

I was preparing to go later tonight but not disappointed. 

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I see it.  Little is the only LT on the board---they needed a LT, as I have been saying---they did not like Moton at LT for whatever reason. 

The battle for RT could be between Williams and Moton, loser goes to LG.

I just watched some YouTube on Little and I think he is going to be rough for a while, good later.  He has huge hands and long arms, decent feet.  If we needed a LT and that is the only one we had, then I get this move.  We shall see.

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1 minute ago, raleigh-panther said:

I see this as win win

if the players perform, great season 

if they don’t, Riverboat and Hurney, gone 

Basically the only hope/way to look at it.

 

1 minute ago, tiger7_88 said:

According to the draft trade chart, Carolina gave Seattle 635 points of trade value to trade up to the 37th overall pick which is worth 530.

Who is the guy earlier today who recommended taking Marty's phone away from him before the draft re-started again today?  He nailed it, 100%.

Utter and total idiocy.  Get out of the 1st round and Marty goes brain-dead.

LOL yea I said to sap/truncheon him down and let someone else take over the draft.

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Just now, tiger7_88 said:

According to the draft trade chart, Carolina gave Seattle 635 points of trade value to trade up to the 37th overall pick which is worth 530.

Who is the guy earlier today who recommended taking Marty's phone away from him before the draft re-started again today?  He nailed it, 100%.

Utter and total idiocy.  Get out of the 1st round and Marty goes brain-dead.

Who cares about your eye charts....we got young linemen that will have an immediate impact

and by pick 77 it’s a total crapshoot anyway

ps: bet our third ends up being higher than 100...I’d trade 4th and 5th rounders away to move up from there all day

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