OK, hear me out before everyone starts the posts that we need to draft a "sure thing" receiver in the first... I'm not against that idea by any means. At least one of the top receivers should still be there at 24, however the mid twenties is about when a team may look into trading up to get a QB- Brian Brohm to be specific. Peter King was even discussing this in his SI article today. Would we consider trading with say, Atlanta, and getting the 3rd and 6th picks of the 2nd round? We could potentially still snag a top receiver... potentially 2 very good receivers, and still address D-line in the first two rounds. Every year, everyone says this player or that player is a guaranteed first rounder, and then they drop into the 2nd or later rounds, despite there "first round grade". With three 2nd round picks, we could snag that receiver at the top of the 2nd, and still have a great chance at several other players that we wouldn't have had otherwise. Most mocks have us taking either Sweed or Jackson in the first, and a DT in the 2nd. Say Jackson is gone (He would be my pick due to return abilities and ability to stretch the field), and the staff is not overly fond of Sweed. We make the trade, and instead p/u one of the late first/ early 2nd round tier of receivers, which will possibly/ probably include Manningham, James Hardy, Doucet; then take a DT like a Balmer, Pat Sims, or Dre Moore, and are still in position with our original pick to take either a late 2nd/ early 3rd receiver like an Andre Caldwell or Earl Bennett or an athletic DE like a Cliff Avril or even BPA like a Dustin Keller or a Mayo if he slips. That doesn't even take into account the fact that you may have a Sweed or a Kelly slip into the 2nd round. Contrary to popular belief, not all of these guys are going to get into the first round. Oh, and throw out the draft trade chart, we would still be several hundred points away, so we would possibly have to throw in a 3rd or 4th rounder, however I have seen many trades that are further apart than this one. Just Food for thought... Boards been kinda slow.