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What can we get for our 3-6 first round pick?

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  1. carolinatony

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    It looks like we will pick in the 3-6 range so what can we expect to get IF someone wants to trade with us?
    If we trade to the 11-16 range say, what else would we have to get?
    thanks
     
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    3-6 ? It's probably gonna be #2. That's what it is now and the 49ers haven't won since week 2.

    Let's see who comes out. There's a good chance McFadden will be there at #2 unless Miami trades down as ACL tears have a good history of full recovery recently. It's likely a deep running back class, if everyone comes out, but with what Peterson did some team may REALLY want McFadden.

    I think we could do as well as a #1, #2 and #1 next year is possible depending how far down we trade.
     
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    Who's the best tight end out there? :rolleyes:
     
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    I tried to look at teams that need a QB and determine realistic trade potential.....

    I looks like we will pick top 3, likely #2. Atlanta, Minnesota, Baltimore, Chicago seem like the best candidates.

    Of the group I think Atlanta is the team, they have an extra second round pick from Houston. Currently they are around #6-8, lets say 7 for my argument.

    They trade pick #7 + pick number 39 and a #2 from 2009 for pick #2.
    Roughly this add up to 1500 + 510 (assuming the finish in the bottom 10 in 2009 then add another 400 -600) total = 2400 - 2600
    Plus the Patriots would get 3 top 40 players for less than 1/2 of what the #2 player will get.

    The Patriots would have picks 7, 39, 63, 72 (Oakland) and 95 and an extra #2 in 2009.

    Even better is if they flip the #7 for even more additional picks (Say #15 and an extra another extra #2)

    Worst case is the Patriots are 'stuck' with a franchise LT (Long), stud RB (McFadden) or get the best player in the draft (Dorsey), a pass rusher (Gholyston), etc. etc.


    The value chart looks something like this:
    1 3000
    2 2600
    3 2200
    4 1800
    5 1700
    6 1600
    7 1500
    8 1400
    9 1350
    10 1300
    11 1250
    12 1200
    13 1150
    14 1100
    15 1050
    16 1000
    17 950
    18 900
    19 875
    20 850
    21 800
    22 780
    23 760
    24 740
    25 720
    26 700
    27 680
    28 660
    29 640
    30 620
    31 600
    32 590
     
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    that is too easy
     
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