For grins and giggles, I broke down the teams using the number of multiple picks they have (or may have using AdamJT13's comp forecast). I've classified them by Day 1 or Day 2 trading partners figuring multiples in rds 2-4 can move around on Day 1, and multiples in rds 4-6 can move around on Day 2, rd seven multiples were not factored in given their limited trade values. Teams likely to be interested in moving up into round one where the Pats are the only club holding multiples are rebuilding clubs holding Day 1 trading tools. With the exception of the Colts and Saints, these are rebuilding clubs. Both the Colts and Saints are looking to remain competitive, but may not feel the same pressures to move for a player they like. Day 1 49ers 2 3rds, 3 4ths BILLS 2 3rds BUCCANEERS 2 2nds COLTS 2 3rds DOLPHINS 2 2nds FALCONS 2 2nds, 3 4ths RAIDERS 2 4ths SAINTS 3 3rds STEELERS 2 4ths, 2 5ths TITANS 2 4ths Day 2 clubs aren't so much about rebuilding as they are targeting players they want. The extra day 2 picks just help grease the wheels. Day 2 49ers 3 4ths BENGALS 2 6ths COLTS 2 5ths COWBOYS 2 6ths FALCONS 3 4ths LIONS 4 5ths RAIDERS 2 4ths, 2 5ths RAVENS 2 5ths, 3 6ths SEAHAWKS 2 6ths STEELERS 2 4ths, 2 5ths TITANS 2 4ths, 3 6ths For those wondering, I realize any team can trade on any day and I consider the teams sitting at the top of round two to be good prospects to try a short move up to 24 or 28 for a dropping player they like. But after the Houston/Atlanta trade today I wanted to look at this "on paper" to better visualize who might have enough picks to feel comfortable dealing with the Pats if they wanted to move. The flip side of that is teams with fewer picks may be who the Pats target if they wanted to bundle picks and take fewer draft prospects this year.