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ssmitty 03-14-2006 06:28 AM

question?
 
does someone know number wise how the 22nd, 29th, and 61st, would add up to the 2nd pick?..................smitty

LKelley67 03-14-2006 07:03 AM

RE: question?
 
they do not add up to it. #2 is 2600pts, those add up to 1712pts. throw in #18 and it would be equal. someone proposing a denver trade?

here's a link to a value chart to keep handy this time of year-
http://www.nfl.com/draft/story/6330687

if getting brees, i like trading down to #4 the jets spot and get #35 and #71 in return (close value). that would then be #4, 34, 35, and 71- d'brick, a top 6 LB (or 2), another starter, and a replacement for our missing 3rd rounder.

one more handy link-
http://www.draftboardinsider.com/res...raftorder.html

ssmitty 03-15-2006 06:29 AM

thanks for the link kelly........
now, the vikings are looking for a qb..............
how about the 17th, 48th, 51st, and next yrs 1st? or 2nd and 3rd? smitty

LKelley67 03-15-2006 07:46 AM

LOL, do the math schmitskins...
#2= 2600pts

17+48+51= 1760 that is 840pts shy. picks for the next season are generally scored as one round lower. an average first rounder would= less than 500pts. the roll of the dice with a next years pick is a surprising finish. last winter if trading for the bears first rounder you might have expected to get #10 to #16 on the high end, probably lower. oops, surprise to #26. the opposite with the jets. most would have thought maybe a mid first round pick at best. viola you get #4.

trading out of the top costs a lot! the eli trade was about right. to move up 3 spots (essentially) the giants had to give the #3 that year plus the #1 and #5 the next. the high cost is what makes swapping with TN or NYJ most viable. the saints would probably be satisfied with a #2 and #3 this year or a #3 and next years #1. that is unless a bidding war ensues. i like the prospects of that! hermdingerdog, leinarts former OC is at TN and the Jets would have to love having a marquee golden boy to hand the reins to.

to drop lower than the top 6-7 would require at least two first rounders and/or an established starter probably.

LKelley67 03-15-2006 08:19 AM

from twincities.com smitty?

Quote:

However, some people think the Vikings might be able to take the No. 51 pick from Miami, their own No. 17 and No. 48 overall picks, plus trade a player or two (perhaps Jim Kleinsasser and/or Nate Burleson), to New Orleans for the Saints' No. 2 overall pick.
http://www.twincities.com/mld/twinci...s/14100229.htm

e.j. henderson and bennet and the picks is my counter offer

ssmitty 03-15-2006 03:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by LKelley67
from twincities.com smitty?

Quote:

However, some people think the Vikings might be able to take the No. 51 pick from Miami, their own No. 17 and No. 48 overall picks, plus trade a player or two (perhaps Jim Kleinsasser and/or Nate Burleson), to New Orleans for the Saints' No. 2 overall pick.
http://www.twincities.com/mld/twinci...s/14100229.htm

e.j. henderson and bennet and the picks is my counter offer

i'll take that deal only if you throw them brooks, i mean throw in brooks.........smitty


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