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  • This is pretty sweet...

    http://www.thehuddlereport.com/Nicke...e/fj3.27.shtml

    Interesting if nothing else...

  • #2
    Originally posted by WABronco
    What the hell? Why are they mentioning the Broncos as one of the teams looking to trade up to #1 or #2 in the draft?

    We're going to trade both our first-rounders this year AND our first rounder next year for... whom exactly? We don't have any needs THAT huge that we would make this kind of desperation move.

    And Mario Williams damn well better not slip to the Raiders.


    Interesting read. Majorly but definitely interesting. Thanks for the read.
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    • #3
      Very good info

      Thanks, I may register to that site.
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      • #4
        Looking at this site, and their projection of the best player available at every pick, gives me an idea.....

        We trade our 15th pick to the Jets for their 29th and 35th pick. The difference in draft points would be around 140 points. So maybe we could give up a 4th rounder (we have many picks in the 4th round) as well. The Jets will bite because they need the 15th pick for a RB to replace Curtis Martin.

        Now with #22, we pick Tamba Hali, as the report says we will.
        With pick #29, we pick Mathias Kiwanuka, again the report projects him for this spot.
        With pick #35, we pick Leonard Pope, again as per the report, this should happen.

        So in the end, we have filled our immediate needs, solidified out D-Line and also got an impact TE. And we pick these 3 guys at the exact spot where their value is optimum.

        Hali at #15 will be a reach and Kiwanuka at #22 will be a reach too. And none of the players worth a #15 pick are our most pressing needs. So staying put means either we pick the best player and don't address our needs, or reach and address our needs.

        But the above mentioned trade and draft scenario might optimize the draft for us, in the sense we get the guys we need most and at the most optimum value.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by WABronco
          Thanks for the site. When I can CP you again I will.

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          • #6
            ?????????? What??????????

            Originally posted by atomicbloke
            Looking at this site, and their projection of the best player available at every pick, gives me an idea.....

            We trade our 15th pick to the Jets for their 29th and 35th pick. The difference in draft points would be around 140 points. So maybe we could give up a 4th rounder (we have many picks in the 4th round) as well. The Jets will bite because they need the 15th pick for a RB to replace Curtis Martin.

            Now with #22, we pick Tamba Hali, as the report says we will.
            With pick #29, we pick Mathias Kiwanuka, again the report projects him for this spot.
            With pick #35, we pick Leonard Pope, again as per the report, this should happen.

            So in the end, we have filled our immediate needs, solidified out D-Line and also got an impact TE. And we pick these 3 guys at the exact spot where their value is optimum.

            Hali at #15 will be a reach and Kiwanuka at #22 will be a reach too. And none of the players worth a #15 pick are our most pressing needs. So staying put means either we pick the best player and don't address our needs, or reach and address our needs.

            But the above mentioned trade and draft scenario might optimize the draft for us, in the sense we get the guys we need most and at the most optimum value.
            They're not going to blow their load on the D-line...get over it. You're going to get 1 D lineman at #22...so pick one...and only one. You're going to get an offensive player at #15...more than likely Jackson @ WR that's why the 3-way trade was gobbled up by Sundquist. Maybe you haven't realized but Denver currently has 6 D lineman...and they re-signed Warren and Brown to play them....not to replace them.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by IRISHIDIOT
              Maybe you haven't realized but Denver currently has 6 D lineman...and they re-signed Warren and Brown to play them....not to replace them.

              Maybe you haven't realized that Denver had nine defensive linemen on the roster last year, including Brown and Warren, so re-signing them doesn't make a difference one way or another. We could easily add 2-3 more D-Line in the draft.

              And you have no evidence that the three-way trade was "gobbled up" with any particular player in mind. We got such a good deal on that trade that it equated to a free third-round pick in terms of value alone. Any team would be stupid to pass that up, regardless of who they may or may not covet. In fact, it would make more sense for a team to take a bit of a loss in value if they were really after somebody they "had" to have. The trade only shows that we have a good fiscal policy for offseason trading.

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