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Trade up options according to the trade chart

Raiders 2nd (34)  = 560

Our 2nd (37) = 530

Texans 2nd (48) = 420

Our 3rd  (68) = 250

Our 4th  (99) = 104

PIck 7 - Raiders 2nd + Our 2nd + Texans 2nd = 1510

Pick 15 - Raiders 2nd + Our 2nd = 1090

Pick 17 - Raiders 2nd + Texans 2nd = 980

Pick 17 - Our 2nd + Texans 2nd = 950

Pick 21 - Raiders 2nd + Our 3rd = 810

Pick 22 - Our 2nd + Our 3rd = 780

Pick 28 - Texans 2nd + our 3rd = 670

Pick 28 - Raiders 2nd + Our 4th = 664

Pick 30 - Our 2nd + Our 4th = 634

Pick 38 - Texans 2nd + our 4th = 524

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Imagine this scenario:  Jets trade us our #3 for their #6 and their second rounder.

We trade our current 3 second round picks to New England for their #7.  We have the #6 AND #7 picks...

In the top five picks, C. Long, J. Long, V. Gholston, M. Ryan and D. McFadden are taken.

At #6 We take DORSEY.

At #7 We also take ELLIS.

Use the Jets 2nd Round Pick for best available OT. (Chelirus?)

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No we will not trade 3 second round picks for one player. if we take dorsey there will be no ellis. id like to trade down to six where i think we still get dorsey or ellis preferably dorsey. then trade our second and 4th to squeak back into the first, if the pick value chart at the top holds true, right ahead of miami. take brohm. at 34 we can go o-line like a sliding brandon albert or jeff otah. or we could go secondary like kenny philips if he is there or the top cb remaining. or we could take lofton. feedback? the 36th from the jets is determined by that pick. at 48 anthony collins/sam baker/chilo raehal(dont know how to spell name but the og from usc)

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Very good write up. I personally would like to do the trade up to pick #17, only if Brohm makes it that far. I like the idea of trading to this position because it puts us ahead of Tampa Bay and Miami. Getting Brohm here would be a steal, imo. I thinking trading away our second rounder and the texans second rounder is not that bad, 'cause we will still have one of the top picks in the second round. With this option we could land Dorsey, Brohm, and Baker or Long, Brohm, and Moore, etc... Either way I like the idea of getting three players that are all first round talent, and two of them are top 15 talents. We could then use our third rounder to get the bpa between MLB, OG, and CB.

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The main thing is that we're very fortunate to have all the picks we have up in the first two rounds.  We can potentially go after any picks that we want in the first with all the second rounders, or stay put and just take our picks.  Of course with all the picks we do have, there's always the chance we could trade one or two of them down for even more picks.  Luckily this is a deep draft for us to fill holes with so hopefully TD and Company will take care of the business at hand.

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falconfansince66 (3/19/2008)
The main thing is that we're very fortunate to have all the picks we have up in the first two rounds. We can potentially go after any picks that we want in the first with all the second rounders, or stay put and just take our picks. Of course with all the picks we do have, there's always the chance we could trade one or two of them down for even more picks. Luckily this is a deep draft for us to fill holes with so hopefully TD and Company will take care of the business at hand.

There is every chance we could turn one of our 2nd rounders into a couple of 3rd rounds.

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