Trade Down?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by oilerstruck, Mar 24, 2006.

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  1. oilerstruck

    oilerstruck Hall of Fame

    What possibilities do you guys think we can pull off trading down? Do think we could do so, pick up extra draft choices and still get Jay, Matt or Vince? With the extra picks we could pick up good LBs or even a good RB. What do you think?:hmm:
  2. Bobo

    Bobo Guest

    Since we hopefully got some upgrades at a few positions, trading down is less appealing. I'm guessing we're taking a QB 1st, and there may be a limit as to how far they can safely trade down and still get one of the big 3 (and who knows how they really feel about each of them).

    But a scenario where we traded down, still got one of the top 3 QB's, maybe snagged DeAngelo Williams or Lendale White, and maybe got a LB like Ryans or Carpenter, and then maybe one of the top OG's or OT' many spots do we have left to fill the roster? :lol:
  3. Puck

    Puck Pro Bowler

    kids,.... drugs are bad , umkay
  4. GLinks

    GLinks Second Gear

  5. Tull

    Tull Starter

    How about this, if NO doesn't trade down and we get to the 3rd pick we swap picks with the Jets for there late first or there 2nd round pick they take ML. Then we trade down with the Raiders for there 2nd and 3rd and next years 1st or 2nd. They take VY and we get JC with the 7th pick!
  6. maximus

    maximus Starter

    I would love for something like that to happen, but it wont.
  7. Spinnaker

    Spinnaker Guest

    You know that's not gonna happen as long as Floyd Reese is our manager, He loves his draft picks.
  8. metal957

    metal957 Starter

    Love that idea but instead of Culter lets try Young.
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