Ruston Webster Wants to Add More Picks

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Playmaker, May 1, 2014.

  1. Titans23

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    The trade with San Fran would only make sense if they gave up this year's 1st, next year's 1st, this year's 2nd, and this year's 3rd or 4th. Otherwise, no thank you! If they want to jump that far in the 1st because they fall in love with someone then they should have to pay top dollar to make that jump.
  2. Dirk Diggler

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    Trade value chart indicates that we would get their 1st and two 2nds. If Barr isn't there I'm all about that ****.
  3. LoneWolf

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    49ers, Cowboys, and Jets could all be looking to move up to get a WR.
  4. Aqutis30

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    San Fran has like a billion picks, they would be a good team to trade with but dang we would be picking at the very back end of the 1st.
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  5. RavensShallBurn

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    I don't think some people understand the amount of picks it takes to move from #30 to #11.

    That is going to cost a 2nd and 3rd at the minimum (in addition to swapping 1st round picks).

    Many here are just content with swapping firsts for a 3rd. That's insane and would be total trade rape. But hey, the Niners trade raped us last year and ended up with the player I wanted us to take in the 2nd (Tank Carradine - although Hunter has been the better pick so far), so maybe they could pull it off again.
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  6. nytitaner

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    i understand wanting to move down to get more picks in a deep draft and all but 2 real playmakers trumps a bunch of ok ones. I have a feeling Barr is the real deal, I'm almost sure Donald is (may not fit our scheme). I just hope the front office is thinking like this as opposed to spreading itself out too thin in an attempt to fill every need. I like Hyde,Hill and I have a feeling Sankey is the real deal.
  7. JCBRAVE

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    A good example of this was our 2004 draft.

    Where are these guys today?
    Ben Troupe
    Travis LaBoy
    Antwan Odom
    Rich Gardner
    Bo Schobel
    Michael Waddell
    Jacob Bell
    Rob Reynolds
    Troy Fleming
    Jared Clauss
    Eugene Amano
    Sean McHugh
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  8. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Absolutely disgusting. An abysmal draft. Middle schoolers could do better.

    Well, LaBoy was decent for a couple years and Odom was very good for a couple. Bell was good. Amano was good at guard.

    I guess it's not THAT bad because we got a few decent guys, but the other names in there - embarrassing.

    What's sad is I don't think that was our worst draft.
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  10. nytitaner

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    If Barr,Gilbert,Matthews and Ebron are off the board, then move down. Just my opinion. Must have a quality over quantity approach though. Also could consider taking a top tier quarterback that slipped.