I believe it's been discussed briefly already but I think it would be a fantastic move to make a play for Atlanta's 2 early second round picks. I feel that the most value in this draft is in the late first and early second round as there isn't much of a drop off in talent after picks 1-15 through the mid 2nd round. I would propose the Pats offer pick 24 and a 4th (maybe a 3rd- i dont have a value chart in front of me) to Atlanta for 39 and 44. Pats would be in the prime position of batting cleanup on players that drop out of the first around and have their choice of some prime early second round talent. ( Michael Griffin, Brian Leonard, Joe Staley, Ben Grubbs, Marcus McCauley, Anthony Spencer, Merriweather, David Harris, Sidney Rice, Arron Sears, Justin Blalock, Eric Weddle, Lamar Woodley, Aaron Rouse, amonst others.) Rather than reaching for some of these guys we would have the oppurtunity to come away with three solid contributers in the first two rounds. My ideal picks would be McCauley at 28, Spencer at 39, and either Leonard or Weddle at 44. This trade also allows Atlanta to package 8 and 24 to the Lions for 2 and perhaps a 3rd rounder to go up and get their guy in Calvin Johnson.