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Breaking Down the #33 Trade Scenarios

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  1. yopats

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    Ok guys.. we have had time to soak in last night and regardless of how you feel.. let's focus on #33 and possible trade partners.


    Teams of Need for QB
    #34 -- Buffalo
    #35 -- Bengals
    #38 -- Cardinals
    #45 -- San Fran
    #41/49 -- Redskins
    #48 -- Raiders
    #57 -- Seahawks


    I would say Andy Dalton is the key here.. because he has been rumored to the Bills and Def for Bengals.

    Sure you have Mallet and Kapernick but Dalton is the one Teams want.. I could see us really getting quite a haul.

    2 Scenarios could happen we trade down to Cardinals etc and pick up 2012 high round pick or we could trade to Washington and take both of there 2011 second round picks.. things to think about!
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    #12 Jersey

    You left out SF @ 45

    #33 & #159

    for

    #45, #108, #115 & #190

    is a perfect fit based on the value chart
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    Honestly, I think we should hope for more than the value chart. Maybe a pick in the 40s and next year's second.
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    Al Davis wakes from his medically induced coma, trades us #48 and next year's #1 pick for #33.

    I think the trade for #28 sets the bar, a first rounder next year and a second round pick. Now I would love to get a hold of Washingtons first rounder next year, but whoevers first rounder the Pats woudl get in this scenario would be a team starting a rookie QB!!!
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    #75 Jersey

    Al Davis apparently wants Koepernick badly. He and Belichick are frequent dance partners in these matters.
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    I love the trade but think you have to give up#92 also to make the numbers work.

    If Chargers love Bowers, we could do 2012 1st and #61. This would mirror value gotten for #28. BB would. have flexibility to move up and target a player if needed using either 2nd or 3rd round picks.

    I think Washington is best chance for get a windfall if they are in love with a QB and hopefully they will over pay to beat out other QB needy teams.:rocker:
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    Yes #28 sets the bar but to get 2 picks it would likely have to be a GOOD team planning on picking low in the 1st next year and a low 2nd this year.....not many teams in that area need QBs. If they want to trade up for another player it would work but I dont see getting a first back with this pick. More likely a pick in the 40s and next years 2nd.
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    Which teams are in need of a quarterback change. Which teams aren't so much...


    Denver - Tim Tebow or Kyle Orton?
    Urgency: Low

    Buffalo - Ryan Fitzpatrick?
    Urgency: Medium

    Cincinnati - Does Carson Palmer get traded, or does he retire?
    Urgency: High

    Arizona - John Skelton or Max Hall? Sign Marc Bulger? Or, trade for Kyle Orton, Kevin Kolb or Carson Palmer?
    Urgency: High

    San Francisco - Likely, will re-sign Alex Smith.
    Urgency: High

    Miami - Chad Henne?
    Urgency: Medium

    Washington - Donovan McNabb is probably going to be released...
    Urgency: High

    Oakland - Jason Campbell?
    Urgency: Low

    Seattle - Charlie Whitehurst? (see Arizona)
    Urgency: High


    It seems to me that Cincinnati, Arizona, Washington and Seattle are the most worst off.

    Ryan Mallett, Andy Dalton and Colin Kaepernick are the best quarterbacks available or worth selecting in the second round. I've read that both Buffalo and Cincinnati like Dalton. While Seattle likes Dalton and could be open to Mallett. And Oakland likes Kaepernick.

    Buffalo selects ahead of Cincinnati and Arizona, and Washington selects ahead of San Francisco, Oakland and Seattle. So, Seattle's in a bind. They should probably acquire a quarterback via a trade instead.

    Washington owns two second round picks so they're in the best position of these teams to trade up.
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    The Pats could decide to move down just a slot and pick up an extra 4th round pick. Or if they go down lower, let's say with Washington or Oakland, they could possibly extract that 2nd this year plus a 1st next year combo.

    I'd prefer the trade be with the Redskins. They are run badly each year and are more likely to be picking in the top 10 in 2012. Although Al Davis is still crazy, he has amassed enough talent that I see the Raiders hovering around the .500 mark no matter who he hires as the next head coach. Cutting J. Russell loose was the classic example of addition by subtraction.
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    #3 Jersey

    You're shooting a bit high.

    1 ~ #33 is worth considerably less than #28.
    2 ~ #48 is worth considerably MORE than #56.
    3 ~ Most importantly, the Raiders 2012 1st is FAR more valuable than the Saints'.
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    This is actually quite possible:

    #33 ~ OakLand ~ #81 + Raiders 2011 1st Rounder.

    The Raiders ~ new Head Coach, crappy QB ~ deserve a second chance to deliver us a Top 5 Pick, don't you think?? :D
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    I think I'd prefer an early to mid 2nd this year plus a 2nd next year from a mediocre to bad team, just for flexibility' sake. But next year's 1st and a 3rd this year from a bad team sounds pretty appealing, too.

    Looks like the 2012 draft will occupy way too much of my time, too.
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    The thought of THREE 1st round picks in 2012 (one of them from a bad team) in a rookie capped year sounds pretty appealing. But there's also the risk of the 2012 draft not happening. Sooo. Hmmm.
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    The Perfect Storm scenario:

    The Patriots convince Buffalo that teams want to trade up to #33 for a QB ahead of Buffalo. BB explains that he still wants to stay near the top of the round, but the compensation being offered is very sweet. BB asks for a #34 plus a 2012 #3 for #33 from Buffalo.
    Result: Buffalo picks a QB, eliminating a round #2 option.
    The Patriots sit at #34 ready to initiate the process all over again. With limited QB options, the price has now gone up. Hello Mr. Snyder....give me your #2 now plus your #2 next year. DONE
    Now BB is drunk with satisfaction.....speaking of drunk...."Mr. Belichick, Al Davis is on the phone". "Hey Al, how's that new lung working for you." "Cut the sh**, Belichick, I gotta have that #47 of yours." Al, give me next years #1 and I won't ask for more." "You a cold son a of *****....my kind of coach......DONE

    Final Tally...
    #34= 2012 picks in Round 1, Round2, Round 3....all from crappy teams depending on rookie QBs...Therefore, reasonable to assume that these picks will be in the top halves of every round.
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    awesome!!!
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    The difference though is that a team like NO figures it's pick in 2012 is going to be in the late to mid 20's anyway, while a team like Washington or SF knows their's won't be. So they'd be less willing to move what will likely be a top 15 pick next year with their 2nd this year. NO gave us the 56th this year for our 28. So they moved up 28 spots. I don't see a team giving the Pats a top half of the draft 1st next year, plus this years second which is in the top half of the round, to move up anywhere from 2-15 spots in the 2nd round. I hope they do, but I just don't see it.
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    Cincinnati supposedly was trying to trade up to 32 to get Andy Dalton but they couldn't get a deal done.

    I think #35 and Cincy's 4th should seal the deal then see who Buffalo picks and do it again or just pick Brooks Reed at 35. There should be some good IOL at the top of the 4th.
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    Rather keep the pick and draft a player that will have an impact this year.
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    That's what loser clubs do.
    I vote load up for 2012, then use some of those picks to trade for veteran studs when the trade ban gets lifted...examples:Moss, Welker, Dillon
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    lol, that would be utter quality but who knows!
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