What would it take to get the #1 pick?

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  1. RavensShallBurn

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    Anyone have an idea?

    I'd be willing to give up quite a bit to get Fairley.
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    Hopefully it would take a Gage, a Nickey, a Hope, and a Smith.
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    100,000,000 dollars.
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    Probably our pick at 8, and next years first. They might also want a player or two like Finnegan and an O-lineman.

    I want Fairley too but that might be too much to give up. If it was last year and it was Suh I'd do it in a second.
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  5. Alex1939

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    I too would be willing to give up quite a bit for Fairley. Unfortunately it would take more than trading every Titans pick this draft to move up to 1, it would involve 2012 picks. That's just too much to give up.
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    Fairley isn't worth trading everything for... besides he may not even be the #1 pick.
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    If he's not, Carolina is an idiot.
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    John Fox would probably tell you that Carolina is, indeed, run by idiots.
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    No one is worth an entire team's draft picks.

    Alex, you really think it would take that much? I'm thinking more along the lines of what Finnebosch said... If the panthers were smart they'd
    make that trade. They'd be able to get Luck, afterall. Lol
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    http://www.draftcountdown.com/features/Value-Chart.php

    It depends on how much accuracy you give a chart like the above.

    Based on that chart, we'd have to give up the entire draft and a pick next year (not first overall).


    I really wouldn't really want to give up this year's first and next year's first for Fairley.
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