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Draft Guarantees & Staying at 10 VS. a Trade-Down

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  1. 1. Excluding the top 3 QBs likely to go top 10, how many players are there in the draft that are worthy of 10th overall instead of trading down?

  2. 2. When it's all said and done do you think that we trade down?

  3. 3. When it's all said and done do we select an OLineman at 10 or with our 1st round selection?



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19 hours ago, Kiwibrown said:

Id be happy to get an OT with our 1st and 2nd round picks, if the talent is that good. There are so many years where there are no more than 1 or 2 great tackles. We have been too long without decent tackle play. 

If you can get guys that will play well at tackle for 5-10 years you do it, regardless of team needs, thinking about our 2nd round pick.

If we can buy a FS in FA, it really sets us up to draft BPA and need at 10 which is an offensive tackle.

Not sure that tackles are valued that high in analytics they let schwartz go at 6.5 million per year.

Also they did not draft 1 tackle while selecting 4 plus wr

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13 minutes ago, mtmmike said:

Not sure that tackles are valued that high in analytics they let schwartz go at 6.5 million per year.

Also they did not draft 1 tackle while selecting 4 plus wr

We had Joe Thomas on our roster. Yeah we needed to upgrade RT, but it's not like we had a putrid OL situation going on.

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1 hour ago, mtmmike said:

Not sure that tackles are valued that high in analytics they let schwartz go at 6.5 million per year.

Also they did not draft 1 tackle while selecting 4 plus wr

Shon Coleman and Rod Johnson say hi.

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