Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

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    Re: Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

    1.) Get Abraham

    2.) draft Jesse Williams round 1

    3.) draft a pass rusher in round 2

    4.) I don't care what BB does in round 7. 

     

    No trading back, please. 

     
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    Re: Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

    1.) Get Abraham

    2.) draft Jesse Williams round 1

    3.) draft a pass rusher in round 2

    4.) I don't care what BB does in round 7. 

     

    No trading back, please. 



    I can't believe you DON'T want to trade back this year. I would really like to see NE move back into the second and acquire and additional pick, but I don't think we will find anyone willing to make that deal with us...

     
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    Re: Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

    In response to Philskiw1's comment:

    Sign Sanders

    draft a DT in the first

    draft another DT or OLB in the second

    OG or wr with 7th

    wr or OG in the 7th

    find a vet cb or depth

    sign multiple UDFA's wr cb pk ol / camp cuts we can start out with 90 guys stock up now.  



    +1

     
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    Re: Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

    In response to WazzuWheatfarmer's comment:

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

     

    1.) Get Abraham

    2.) draft Jesse Williams round 1

    3.) draft a pass rusher in round 2

    4.) I don't care what BB does in round 7. 

     

    No trading back, please. 

     



    I can't believe you DON'T want to trade back this year. I would really like to see NE move back into the second and acquire and additional pick, but I don't think we will find anyone willing to make that deal with us...

     



    I don't think any one will want to trade up.   That's the problem.  Don't you think that St. Louis and SF have a lot more trade ammo as well?  I hope St. Louis and SF can't find trade partners and have to use their picks.  Let them try to squeeze 10 guys on a roster.  

     
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    Re: Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

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     I hope St. Louis and SF can't find trade partners and have to use their picks.  Let them try to squeeze 10 guys on a roster.  

     




    Yep,

     
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    Re: Your Updated Ideal Situation (FAs and Draft)

    In response to Philskiw1's comment:

    In response to WazzuWheatfarmer's comment:

     

    In response to 49Patriots' comment:

     

    1.) Get Abraham

    2.) draft Jesse Williams round 1

    3.) draft a pass rusher in round 2

    4.) I don't care what BB does in round 7. 

     

    No trading back, please. 

     



    I can't believe you DON'T want to trade back this year. I would really like to see NE move back into the second and acquire and additional pick, but I don't think we will find anyone willing to make that deal with us...

     

     



    I don't think any one will want to trade up.   That's the problem.  Don't you think that St. Louis and SF have a lot more trade ammo as well?  I hope St. Louis and SF can't find trade partners and have to use their picks.  Let them try to squeeze 10 guys on a roster.  

     



    There are always a few or more players teams get enamored with and will trade up to get them regardless of the strength or depth of the draft. Not every team takes a disciplined approach, but more are starting to.

    i do agree...this is the year you want to have multiple picks in say the 33-90 range...st louis and San Fran own this draft..they can go all the way up or trade out, whatever. San Fran to me is the most intriguing because they are a few pieces shy to win it all And have a ton of ammo to do it. 

     

     
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