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tsiguy96
04-09-2010, 09:21 PM
what do you think, do we move to get someone, let someone else get our spot (and there WILL be someone who drops that a team several spots down will want. doesnt mean they will trade, but it may be a good possibility) or stick where we are at?

make youre guess!

NFLBRONCO
04-09-2010, 09:33 PM
I hope we move down.

Drek
04-09-2010, 10:39 PM
Going by who we've talked with and interviewed I think we're preparing for an attempt at moving down.

I think ideal world they trade back to #23 with the Pats (who draft Odrick), trade Marshall for #14 and a conditional 2011 pick, and then draft Dan Williams at #14, Sean Weatherspoon at #23, Aurrelius Benn at #44, Toby Gerhart at #45. In the 3rd we take Tennant, in the 4th we grab Armanti Edwards, and in the 6th we select Joe Hawley.

Everyone will bitch about us taking only one DL player, even though Williams can play a versatile role for us and we don't have enough roster spots for a fistful of DL picks. We get a legit center in Tennant and open Hamilton's replacement up to competition for Olsen and Hamilton. Hawley is added to make sure filling that role isn't leaving us with an opening, plus he's got center experience.

Armanti Edwards strikes me as a guy brought in as a reaction to having McCluster in, liking what they saw, but not liking to give a 2nd round pick to get it. Edwards in the 4th gives McDaniels the versatile wild cat type player he wants, without the expense.

Requiem
04-10-2010, 01:00 AM
Drek, I love you. If that happened I'd cum for a week.

ZONA
04-10-2010, 01:34 AM
Going by who we've talked with and interviewed I think we're preparing for an attempt at moving down.

I think ideal world they trade back to #23 with the Pats (who draft Odrick), trade Marshall for #14 and a conditional 2011 pick, and then draft Dan Williams at #14, Sean Weatherspoon at #23, Aurrelius Benn at #44, Toby Gerhart at #45. In the 3rd we take Tennant, in the 4th we grab Armanti Edwards, and in the 6th we select Joe Hawley.

Everyone will b**** about us taking only one DL player, even though Williams can play a versatile role for us and we don't have enough roster spots for a fistful of DL picks. We get a legit center in Tennant and open Hamilton's replacement up to competition for Olsen and Hamilton. Hawley is added to make sure filling that role isn't leaving us with an opening, plus he's got center experience.

Armanti Edwards strikes me as a guy brought in as a reaction to having McCluster in, liking what they saw, but not liking to give a 2nd round pick to get it. Edwards in the 4th gives McDaniels the versatile wild cat type player he wants, without the expense.

I would love it but only if it were tweaked just slightly.


Trade back to #23 with the Pats (who draft Odrick)
Trade Marshall for #14 and a 2011 3rd and 6th (I don't do conditional picks)
Draft Dan Williams at #14
Draft Taylor Mays at #23
Draft Arillius Benn at #44
Trade #45 for a high 3rd and a 2011 3rd
Draft Micah Johnson in the 3rd we got for trading #45
Draft JD Walton with our 3rd.
Draft Armanti Edwards in the 4th
Draft Joe Hawley in the 6th

If our draft went down like this.........


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Doggcow
04-10-2010, 01:36 AM
Everyone WANTS to trade back, but we will draft at 11 and like it.

elsid13
04-10-2010, 05:40 AM
I think it going to be extremely hard to trade down. Most team look at this board and see the value is in the 2nd to 4th rounds and aren't going to give that up.

Drek
04-10-2010, 06:29 AM
I think it going to be extremely hard to trade down. Most team look at this board and see the value is in the 2nd to 4th rounds and aren't going to give that up.

Except the Patriots, who've got more picks than they can fit on their roster.

Some will be flipped for 2011 value per their norm, but as it is they're already holding what will likely be a top 10 pick in 2011 from the Raiders in addition to all their standard picks and comp picks for Watson, Green, and potentially others.

They're either going to be cutting some pretty good guys at the end of spring training or they'll trade up to consolidate some value. Word has it they really like Odrick and see a guy real similar to Richard Seymour. I could see them jumping up to grab him.

Even if they aren't interested, the Giants supposedly have a huge man crush on Rolando McClain. So we could potentially get a 3rd there as well.

In 2008 there where 8 trades in the first round, 3 in the top 15, including a team picking at #8 moving all the way back to #26.

In 2009 there where 5 first round trades including the 5th overall. Cleveland traded down three times in fact, going form 5th to 17th, from 17th to 19th, and from 19th to 21st.

Its hard as hell to move a top 5 pick, the only way that happens is if you have a franchise QB someone wants. But the 8-20 range is trade city, even in today's NFL. That is where teams get jockeying for position trying to grab those sliders and the guys they're worried everyone else is going to beat them out for.

Broncoman13
04-10-2010, 09:56 AM
Going by who we've talked with and interviewed I think we're preparing for an attempt at moving down.

I think ideal world they trade back to #23 with the Pats (who draft Odrick), trade Marshall for #14 and a conditional 2011 pick, and then draft Dan Williams at #14, Sean Weatherspoon at #23, Aurrelius Benn at #44, Toby Gerhart at #45. In the 3rd we take Tennant, in the 4th we grab Armanti Edwards, and in the 6th we select Joe Hawley.

Everyone will b**** about us taking only one DL player, even though Williams can play a versatile role for us and we don't have enough roster spots for a fistful of DL picks. We get a legit center in Tennant and open Hamilton's replacement up to competition for Olsen and Hamilton. Hawley is added to make sure filling that role isn't leaving us with an opening, plus he's got center experience.

Armanti Edwards strikes me as a guy brought in as a reaction to having McCluster in, liking what they saw, but not liking to give a 2nd round pick to get it. Edwards in the 4th gives McDaniels the versatile wild cat type player he wants, without the expense.


OMG that would be a wet dream draft. Williams can play immediately all along the DL. It would be great to have both Williams and Williams on the DL at the same time. Talk about getting bigger in a hurry.

'Spoon is going to be a stud. Benn reminds me a bit of Devin Thomas but at 44 the risk isn't too high. There's also a slim chance that a guy like Saffold, Pouncey, or Tate are still around at 44/45.

I'd be so pumped if we could make a deal similar to what you just described... but I doubt it happens.

To think, if we had 5 picks in the first two rounds this year instead of last... We'd be sitting so pretty right now.

Broncoman13
04-10-2010, 10:05 AM
I would love it but only if it were tweaked just slightly.


Trade back to #23 with the Pats (who draft Odrick)
Trade Marshall for #14 and a 2011 3rd and 6th (I don't do conditional picks)
Draft Dan Williams at #14
Draft Taylor Mays at #23
Draft Arillius Benn at #44
Trade #45 for a high 3rd and a 2011 3rd
Draft Micah Johnson in the 3rd we got for trading #45
Draft JD Walton with our 3rd.
Draft Armanti Edwards in the 4th
Draft Joe Hawley in the 6th

If our draft went down like this.........


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Why Taylor Mays? We already have a big Safety that can run faster than everyone on the field.

If we're going to take any safety in the first round it better be Earl Thomas who can also play some CB. No way do we spend a first on Taylor Mays, and if we do I'll be all sorts of pissed off.

If you want to tweak the #23 pick, why not go the route of Pouncey at 23 and then Stud ILB Sean Lee at 45?

14- Dan Williams - DL
23- Maurkice Pouncey- C
44- Arelious Benn- WR
45- Sean Lee - ILB

That would be pretty sweet.