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Thread: 49ers looking to trade into early teens? Miami Dolphins? Tavon Austin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeoilSeller View Post
    For the 49ers to trade up to the Fins pick at #12 according to the Trade Value Chart would be Round 1 (#31), Round 2 (#34) and Round 4 (#128). Not as outrageous as originally posted.

    http://www.drafttek.com/NFL-Trade-Va...RequestTeam=sf
    For that i wouldnt do it. The drop from 12 to 31 is too far for my taste.
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    The #31 pick could become real valuable. Any team trying to trade back into round 1, that's how you steal a #1 for 2014.
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    This would directly conflict with Ireland's plan of quality over quantity.

    Although It'd be awfully nice to get a team like Jacksonville's 2014 1st rounder for #31 if Geno Smith or Matt Barkley take a tumble. Still, I think around #20 you're starting to lose guys that Miami covets. The Coopers, the Eiferts, the Pattersons, the Rhodes.
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    The Dolphins need to draft at least one player that comes into the league better than half the players at his position. When Ireland is concerned more picks just means more stiffs in camp.
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    #31, A 2nd rounder, and a 4th next yr and I'd pull the trigger.

    4 picks between picks 31-62 in a draft where alot of people say they don't see a whole lot of difference between the first 25 players and the second could be huge.

    I'd also do it for #31 and next yrs 1st.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    that price is crazy...all those picks and the 2014 first rounder to get to #12??? i doubt it...seems too rich...but just know any future san fran pick acquired is gonna be a very late one...25-32 guaranteed...
    It would cost a lot more than a 1st and 2nd that's for sure... You're pretty much trading from the 2nd back into the top 12 picks (31st is basically the 2nd).



    I'd guess the 31st, their 34th, and their 2014 1st round pick. Patriots style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phins117 View Post
    I really don't care what everyone thinks about our offensive line. I do not believe it is as big as an issues as a lot of people make it out to be. Tavon Austin or Norte dame TE effirite. Our biggest need is weapons... We need to out score the patriots. More weapons more weapons more weapons. And de from auburn. But mostly more weapons. And a CB...
    that makes absolutely no sense. I think you are referring to one so-called playmaker in Austin, as if there are no other playmakers.

    Stedman Bailey was more playmaker than Austin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sr 7 View Post
    i'd rather keep austin. Have you seen how all thoe picks turnd out compared to julio jones? An abunanceof picks vs elite talent isn't that grea of a choice.

    Defensive tackle phil taylor (atlanta's 2011 first-round pick),
    wide receiver greg little (2011 second-round pick)
    fullback owen marecic (2011 fourth-round pick)
    qb brandon weeden (2012 first-round pick).
    Cleveland also used a 2012 fourth-round pick in that deal as part of the package to trade up one spot for running back trent richardson.
    austin is no j jones
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    Quote Originally Posted by allsilverdreams View Post
    austin is no j jones
    This^^


    Not even kind of close.....
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    Id rather have Trent Richardson then Austin. J. Jones needs a QB like Matt Ryan to throw him the ball and so does Cleveland.

    I would trade down with 49ers only if you can draft 2 starters better then whats on the roster. If not it would be GM disaster. Look and see who might be available and compare for the following positions CB, S, DE, OT, TE. Then you better be pretty sure there is no run on players targeted and be ready to move up.
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