10-23-2008, 03:32 AM
In the Starting Line-up
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Re: What are the chances of trading up in this years draft?
Originally Posted by KillEM
With a lot of picks in this years draft, and not many needs to fill... What are the chances?
It becoming VERY clear that our pash rush is even worst than our secondary (which has looked pretty good, except for Deltha ONeal)
Assuming we end up with a pick in the 20+... could we trade up and get a OLB pass rush demon like Orakpo or Selvie at #10? What would we have to give up?
This years 1st rd and possibly our later 2nd or 3rd rd pick?
This makes the most sense to me as our only needs are really OLB and OT... we have Mayo and Guyton at ILB, who are both young studs.
RT can be addressed in rd2, as RT's are not usually 1st round selections.
CB/S can be addressed in rd3.
I disagree. As well as OT and OLB worries, I'd say we need a TE, maybe some secondary help (Rodney might be done, and you can never have enough good cornerbacks) and possibly a running back depending on the situation come FA time. Maroney isn't exactly setting the world alight, and Jordan is only on a one year deal.
I'd also say we need some youth at OG/C too.
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