I am normally against trading back into the 2nd round but if we were offered a trade to move back into the top 5 in the 2nd would you take it? Considering the very top talent will probably be gone that late, I'm really thinking picking up an additional 2nd, 3rd, and possibly a 4th could be better.
Whats the zone's feeling on doing it at this point?
Originally posted by HessianDud:
its october. ask again in april.
answer me you German b*****d
it really does depend on who is there. in theory i wouldn't be opposed to it, especially if we were trading down into the top ten of the second round and picking up an extra 2 or 3 or whatever, but its all about who is there. It certainly would be a lot easier to trade down from the late twenties than from the top ten, and money-wise we would save a little, and the extra picks are nice.
QB- Kirk Cousins(Michigan State), Ryan Lindley(San Diego State), Nick Foles(Arizona) & Ryan Tannehill(Texas A&M)
OG- Lucas Nix(Pittsburgh) & Chris Jacobson(Pittsburgh)
FS- TJ McDonald(USC) & Harrison Smith(Notre Dame)
OLB- Sean Spence(Miami Fla.), Tank Carder(TCU) & Brandon Lindsey(Pittsburgh)
CB- Keith Tandy(West Virginia), Shaun Prater(Iowa) & Casey Hayward(Vanderbilt)
WR- Dwight Jones(North Carolina) & DeVier Posey(Ohio State)
Originally posted by ChazBoner:
this coming draft will be the first in a LONG time that I won't be very excited about.
I'll always love the draft. I love it even more now that we finally have a competent GM/HC that know what they're doing
IDK, because there are way more options when drafting that low. Drafting in the top 10, you have a pretty good idea of who you're gonna get.
I can see both ways, I personally like the idea of this yr, bottom of draft means more options, potential fallers, trade offers, more picks, etc... I like this draft more than taking what is the "known" pick. I mean no one saw Aldon Smith at 7, hell i thought maybe trade when on clock, didnt want Gabbert, I was happy with Aldon, I liked him at Missouri, but thought he was a tiny reach, but Gladly i was wrong.
Drafting late usually means less scrutiny for missing on a player.
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