Originally posted by VDpwndMjenkins:
Ok,to all those who say no to the trade up scenerio and say ATL got the shaft in that trade,im curious about a few things.....
Did Atl have the number of multiple picks that we have this year??On top of the Comp picks we stand to get also??
To me,it stands to reason that if we end up getting rid of some picks in trade up/down scenarios,and if some of the guys wont even play,why not make an agressive move up??
Im against strapping the team for the future,but what about some of the back ups we have now,do we need to draft more??
Lets say Crab,Boldin,Lupati(lol),others dont re-up,thats money off the books to sign a higher pick right??Crab or Boldin leaves,we have Sammy.
I guess I just feel we might have more wiggle room to make an aggressive move up than what some might feel we do.I may be less informed than others,can someone shed some light??
Also, keep in mind that Atlanta traded up from 22, not 30, the difference between those two spots is another 3rd rounder, in addition with the talent in this draft, you'll see teams demanding higher compensation for premium spots in the Top 10.
49ers have needs at CB, S, and several other spots on the team, trading that much for a single guy doesn't really make a lot of sense.
[ Edited by Phoenix49ers on Jan 23, 2014 at 1:24 PM ]