If the Pats restart the stockpiling of future 1st round picks, which team gives them the best chance to have a shot at Jadeveon Clowney in 2014? My thoughts: - Throw out division and AFC rivals, as well as teams that obviously suck and won't trade a #1 - Bears look to have a tough schedule, questionable depth, a volatile QB and a new coaching situation. The trade down (32 to 51) would be enough to warrant a 2014 #1. - Vikings also have the same schedule, an overachieving team not wanting to slide backward and a boatload of holes that should be on fully display this weekend. Similar trade down situation as well. - Colts don't have a 2nd round pick so they could be active traders. They are winning with smoke and mirrors and have to be fearful of taking a giant step back next year. They look to have a workable schedule though. - Saints need to bounce back in a big way and may not have a 2nd round pick (pending if they have been naughty or nice). Their defense sucks soooooooo bad but their offense is good enough to keep them from a top 5 pick. - Redskins are another team winning sooner than expected. I suspect the league will catch up with them after an off-season of film study. DC fans really don't like their team not meeting expectations. They don't have a 1st rounder so they will be antsy sitting on their hands for all of day 1. My thinking is that the Vikings are the best targets to get a potential Clowney ticket for 2014. They are one Peterson injury from being absolutely terrible. Any other teams look like good trade partners for pick #32 this year?