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Old 12-06-2006, 09:18 AM   #2
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Default Re: Can We Talk About the Draft?

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Originally Posted by Dook View Post
I'm looking for the trade down with New England on draft day. We give up our #15 for their #22 and #26.

Now if WR Calvin Johnson, RB Adrien Peterson, OT Joe Thomas, or RB Marshawn Lynch happen to fall to #15 then we take them.

At #22 we take OG Levi Brown
#23 we take OLB Woodley, or maybe Willis

2nd round RB Michael Bush if available, if not then RB Tony Hunt
3rd round LB
4th round WR
4th round compensatory OL, probably Center
5th round TE backup
6th round ?
7th round CB
Out of interest, who do you think that New England is willing to give up both of their 1st round picks for?

Also, according to accepted draft pick value charts - round 1 #15 is worth 1050 points, whereas round 1 #22 (780points) + round 1 #26 (700) = 1480 points - therefore an unlikely scenario.

http://www.profootballweekly.com/PFW...TradeValue.htm

Pick 32 might work out mathematically though


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