Not only would the Pats have the 2nd pick, but they would also have the 2nd pick in the third round, thanks to Oakland.
Could we rape Oakland/San Francisco anymore this year? Here are the trades:
San Francisco 49ers: Acquire pick No. 28 (selected OT Joe Staley).
New England Patriots: Acquire pick No. 110 and a first-round pick in 2008
then we turn around and trade No. 110 to Oakland for a guy named Randy Moss.
So we traded the 28th pick in the draft for Randy Moss, and what stands to be the 2nd pick in the draft. This might go does as the most one sided sports trade of all time!!!!!
Then they went and traded again with Oakland:
Oakland Raiders: Acquire pick No. 91 (selected OT Mario Henderson).
New England Patriots: Acquire pick No. 211 (seventh round) and Oakland's third-round pick in 2008.
This pick right now, would be the 2nd pick in the third round, which , thanks to Godell, would be equal to the last pick in the second round or pick #65, so the Pats waited a year, and will have moved up twenty-six slots.
So if the draft was today the Pats would have picks:
2, 63, 65, 95, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th (compensation picks will change the selection numbers of all the picks after the third round).
There is no way on Gods green earth that the Pats will be awarded any free agent compensation picks for this year, so this will be all the picks.