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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Riverman, Mar 3, 2006.
Let me hear it.
You have the chart to go by but I think you jack up those numbers based on the top five talent in this year's draft.
I would take a deal around what the Chargers got for Eli Manning, if we were to trade.
A proven NFL starter at QB or a top 5 pick with a 3rd rounder. Or a young pro bowler at a position of need.
John Abraham and a 5th rounder.
For the #3 overall pick? Would take a much higer pick than a 5th rounder and Abraham.
we'd swap the #3 and #4, get Abraham and their 5th rounder. Ship Abraham off to the Broncos for their 1st and 3rd. So in essence, we would end up getting the #4 overall, #27(whatever the Broncos pick), Broncos 3rd rounder and Jets 5th rounder. Wishfull thinking though.
If we are talking about trading with the Jets I would assume we would get their #4 pick as well?
I don't exactly agree with Jeff's assumption the values will be inflated. At least not past the 1st pick. Outside of the 1st pick and Bush I'm not sure teams are salivating over these QBs to the extent some think. Neither QB is Eli Manning or Carson Palmer IMO going into the draft. In other words I doubt anyone is going to give up their whole draft for Leinart or Young but maybe for Bush. Even in the case of Bush, he is a RB and not as valuable as a top QB would be.
I think the third pick of this draft has a lot more value than any third pick we've seen for quite a while. Honestly, I think anyone in the top five this draft would have been taken at #1 last year.
I disagree sox. I think that Lienhart, and Young both have potiental to put up Plamer and E Manning like numbers in the future and this draft class will be better than next years.