Originally posted by krizay:
Well, I see what you are saying. But IMO we will be able to get more for the #31 pick. A team wanting a QB and gaining that extra year on the deal as opposed to the #34 pick. While I agree that there will be a player left over that multiple teams will want. But all that extra time could also hurt cause it gives teams extra time to think over ALL options. Where as at #31 they only have 10 minutes to make a decision. Thus even more likely to over spend.
I could see us getting a 2014 first for the #34 pick. but depending on team is it worth moving up say 12 spots and waiting a year?
Where IMO we could get a 2nd this year and next year (ATLEAST) by moving down say 12 spots this year. pick 42 this year and a 2nd next year > than say a pick 20ish or later pick next year. Now yes there is a possibility that the pick could be a top 10 pick next year. But at 42 we KNOW we can get a 1st round talent (likely even one of the guys we wanted at 31) while still gaining a pick in '14.
But if one of those teams wait for a QB, I can see them wanting to move up to gain that extra year and I can see us trading back. Wouldnt be surprised to get more than just 2 2nd's.
We certainly have alot of options this year and I love it.
Exactly!!! Id like to trade with a team with a top 5 pick in the 2nd, who would want to leap frog other teams wanting a QB. EJ Manuel and Ryan Nassib are the 2 QB's teams will have their eyes on if they didn't get picked in the top 20.
We can draft a really good DE or S at 34
--fingers crossed for Eric Reid, Johnathan Cyprien, Matt Elam at FS/S
--Tank Carradine, Margus Hunt, Datone Jones, Jesse Williams, Kawann Short
and then get at least a 2nd and 3rd in 2013 and a 2nd in 2014
but we can alway hope for a 1st in 2014 too