Next year we have 2 1st's, 2 2nd's, 1 3rd, 1 4th, 1 5th. With that in mind, and knowing that Koppen's at the end of the trail, we go after Mike Brewster, OSU (he's been called "another Nick Mangold"), and for the sake of argument, we go after Vinny Curry, OLB, Marshall. That takes care of our 2 1st's and 2 2nd round picks. As we did last year, we might be able to bundle our 3rd and 4th round picks for a 2nd next year, might even have to add the 5th round pick in. To get a 2nd round pick that we can trade for a 1st in 2013, we need a team with a short window of opportunity to win it all. Last year Minnesota went into the draft needing a QB, OT, S, OG/C, CB and OLB. They drafted a QB, they drafted a OG/C and they drafted a CB. I wrote in to the crew at PFW and they all thought that Jarrad Page could replace Brandon Meriweather without any problems. With the development of Patrick Chung, that makes Sanders expendable. So, the way I figure it, we could offer Minnesota any or all of the following players without hurting the team and would free up some of the money that Logan Mankins' tag would cost: Meriweather (next year his agent's going to ask for the moon), Sanders (too much money for a backup), Kaczur (again, too much money for a backup). We could even throw in Butler or Wilhite. So, for a 2nd round pick next year, what combination of players would you be willing to trade to Minnesota?