I was watching Mike Mayock last night and he laid out a scenario where multiple teams trade up into the late 1st round to grab a 2nd tier QB. The theory goes that all it takes is a Washington or a Minnesota or a Jacksonville to decide that someone like Dalton or Locker or Mallett is their guy. That could push teams in the second round with QB needs to trade up with the likes of Chicago, the Jets, Pitsburgh (...who wants to move down) and Green Bay so that they don't have to deal with BB, who will take calls from half the league regarding the 33rd pick on Friday. Interesting theory. On the downside, I have this vision of the Pats taking advantage of the QB panic and trading 28 and 33 for a King's ransom. If the run on QBs happens at the wrong time, that could be out the window. On the other hand, if teams are trading into the first round for the likes of Dalton, Locker, Mallett, and Ponder, a lot of really good players could be found later on. Thoughts?