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    Off the top of my head, I can think of Baltimore (no help to the Pats), Carolina and Chicago. Any others that you think might be willing to trade up to #7 if Matt Ryan fell?
     
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    Well, I think ATL will be smart(dammit!)and go lineman. There is a good chance Ryan is there at 7, I think Balt/Atl/TB/SF/KC/Miami all need QBs. Now if the dolphins/ATL/KC pass on him dont be surprised if they still want him and trade say a #2 and #1 in 09 for him. That would be a great thing for the Pats even though it would be trading out of the first round....The value in this draft(talent/$$)is between #20-90.
     
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    I think that Baltimore is a help to the pats. We might get a 4th so that we don't trade the pick to Chicago or Carolina. Miami and Atlanta (above us) need a QB. I don't expect Ryan to drop to us. I would think that whoever would want him with our pick would need to trade first with the jets (especially Baltimore). Of course, that's fine with us since a DE/OLB would likely fall to us.

     
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    I just looked at at trade chart for them to move up based solely on the numbers they'd have to give a 4th and a 7th. jsut a little food for thought there
     
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    Carolina might draft a QB in a later round, because Delhomme is good he just got injured last season.
     
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    How much would Chicago need to give up to jump in front of the Baltimore and pick Ryan? This seems like a reasonable trade considering our trading history with the Bears.
     
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    they woul dhave to give up there second round pick and we would (by the numbers) hav to give them a 5th round pick (or a late 4th) to balance it. the 7th pick is worth 1500 TP and the 14th is 1100
     
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    Where are those pick-value numbers found? Thanks....
     
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