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Thread: 49'ers A Possible Trade Down Partner?

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    Yea I'm not taking a 3rd to basically move out of the 1st round. You give me a 2nd and the 19th overall is yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fintastic17 View Post
    Yea I'm not taking a 3rd to basically move out of the 1st round. You give me a 2nd and the 19th overall is yours.
    Agreed. Thats 11 spots...I need a second or Im not going anywhere. Maybe a 3rd and 4th Id think about
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    I agree, I want at least their highest 2nd and maybe even there late 3rd or there 4th not for a 3rd and 5th. I don't care what the draft pick value chart says.
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    As crazy as it sounds I'd consider their 2 seconds and a third. That would give us 3she picks in a really meaty part of the draft and we may be able to package the two thirds we'd have to move up for another second. Ol, ol, wr, rb not necessarily in that order.
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    Wanting and getting is two different things.........the picks I suggested are the actual value of moving from 19 to 30....11 spots.

    77 which is a upper half 3rd rounder....and 129 which in essence a 4th rounder.

    Thats about as good as you'll get in a deep draft.
    Jay Fiedler can take his'n and lose to your'n.....or take your'n and lose to his'n.

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    Regardless of what we do, when this draft is over, we'll certainly have a much better idea of what kind of drafter Hickey is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueFin View Post
    Wanting and getting is two different things.........the picks I suggested are the actual value of moving from 19 to 30....11 spots.

    77 which is a upper half 3rd rounder....and 129 which in essence a 4th rounder.

    Thats about as good as you'll get in a deep draft.
    Thats certainly fair.
    It will all depend on who is there for us and how the draft is shaking out.
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    If I'm dead set on taking a RT like Ja'Wuan James, I'm perfectly fine accepting less than the chart to move back. I'd love to grab a 3rd and a 7th to move back to the Saints or 49'ers area.
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    There is a chart that assigns value to each pick. Teams use it to trade picks around. For example, if you're first round pick is worth 200, a team wanting that spot will package their picks so they get close or a little over 200 (say a 2nd worth 130 and 3rd worth 75). It's not like they're arbitrarily trading picks around.
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    A trade down is obviously the best option, it would for sure net us a pretty good tackle and a possible stud at either TE or WR.

    I think our best possible trade down scenarios would be if either a top notch db falls to us or if Clinton-Dix were to fall. And as always maybe a qb.
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