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    Re: Compensatory draft picks



    If the QB's are still sitting there at 32 there will be teams trying to move up to grab 1. But of course the Pats will offer their spot before that. They always do.




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    Re: Compensatory draft picks

    Quote Originally Posted by stevez51 View Post
    If the QB's are still sitting there at 32 there will be teams trying to move up to grab 1. But of course the Pats will offer their spot before that. They always do.
    Yeah, but if there are two QBs left on the board, and three teams that want one, New England trading their pick to one of those teams makes the Ravens' pick even more valuable.




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    Re: Compensatory draft picks

    Quote Originally Posted by alien bird View Post
    Yeah, but if there are two QBs left on the board, and three teams that want one, New England trading their pick to one of those teams makes the Ravens' pick even more valuable.
    New England's draft will be interesting, they need players and Brady is getting older. They might trade up this year because of teams willingness to move back, but I think they need to add an impact player in this draft. I dont know what NE will do, who ever does? Alex Smith from SF will likely be moved to a team wanting a QB for a 2nd rounder and would shock me if Flynn is moved also for a 2nd or 3rd rounder as well.




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    New England is a prime candidate to trade down...for one of the first times in a decade, they don't have many picks...in fact, I don't think they have any picks at all after the 3rd round.


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    Re: Compensatory draft picks

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    New England is a prime candidate to trade down...for one of the first times in a decade, they don't have many picks...in fact, I don't think they have any picks at all after the 3rd round.
    Pretty much: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, two in the 7th
    (plus any comp picks they may have, which I think is zero))




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    Re: Compensatory draft picks

    Quote Originally Posted by alien bird View Post
    Pretty much: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, two in the 7th
    (plus any comp picks they may have, which I think is zero))
    woah, how the hell did that happen? Usually, Belichek ends up with like 4 picks in 1st 2 days!
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    Re: Compensatory draft picks

    A trade down by New England could actually benefit the Ravens, because it would be one less team making sense with their pick before the Ravens turn comes.
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    Re: Compensatory draft picks

    Quote Originally Posted by Tolucaraven View Post
    it's possible especially if KC doesn't take a QB in the first round. That 32nd pick has more value because KC picks early in the 2nd round. So what KC does with the first pick will affect the value of our pick. I hope they dont take Geno with that selection.
    disagree, if KC makes the collossal mistake of Picking Geno at #1 overall our pick at 32 becomes more valuable, to US.

    Because then, ARI might in fact take Barkley at 7, and then Glennon, Nassib and Tyler Wilson could all be first rounders, which pushes the actual quality draftable players down the totem pole towards us. That's best case scenario, IMO. MIght even make Lane Johnson targetable, with KC and ARI both passing on OT's.




  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by RavenScallywag View Post
    woah, how the hell did that happen? Usually, Belichek ends up with like 4 picks in 1st 2 days!
    They traded their 4th for Talib, their 5th and 6th for Haynesworth and Chad Johnson.

    Last year was the first draft in years that they actually drafted players with all those picks they accumulate and didn't trade out for future picks.


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