Assumption 1: Morgan, Odrick and Spiller are off the board at #22 but some other very desirable guys are on the table such as Weatherspoon, Davis, etc. Assumption 2: Jacksonville wants to draft Tebow badly. Assumption 3: Cleveland has a guy they highly desire in round 2 that they don't think makes it to round 3. Round 1 #22: Trade back for an early 2nd and a #1 pick in 2011. Any of the top 10 worst teams would be a suitable candidate. For example, let's say Detroit takes Suh. They still have a hole at LT and nobody to protect Stafford. They see that Anthony Davis is available at #22. I'd certainly take their early 2nd and future 1st. They'd get a franchise LT to protect their QB in addition to getting the best defensive player in the draft! Round 2 #44: Trade back with Jacksonville for their 3rd round pick and a 2nd rounder in 2011. They get - Tebow! Round 2 #53: Trade back with Cleveland for their early 3rd and a future 2nd round pick. They get - somebody who would be long gone before the 3rd round started. Look at how that sets up the Pats drafts: 2010 Round 2.2 #34 Round 2.15 #47 Round 3.7 #71 Round 3.10 #74 Round 4 #116 Round 6 #180 Round 7 #213 2011 1st round pick - from Raiders 1st round pick - from Detroit 1st round pick - Patriots own pick. 2nd round pick - from Jax 2nd round pick - from Cleveland 2nd round pick - Patriots own pick. That gives you 3 1st round picks in 2011 and 3 2nd round picks in 2011 WITH a Rookie Salary cap in place! Would you do it? I would!