Getting McFadden may be tough but consider a few things,
1) McFadden hasn't been an angel off the field and it will affect his draft status,
2) forget NE getting him because he doesn't fit Bellick style and they have 3 young backs plus the fact that the dear Commissioner said if NE made the playoffs they would lose a 1st round draft pick --- he didn't say which one --- that decision is to be made after the season --- he knew full well that NE had two picks in the first round so they could lose the SF pick
3) You have to take into count what other teams want in the draft, example would be a Houston who still could end up with a top ten pick, they need a Julius Jones type back, a DE and a LB -- so what is to say we don't franchise Jones and trade say Spears, Jones and Carpenter for that pick instead on our 1st round picks. Probably improbable but definitely worth thinking about.
4) Except for Peterson and Bush the last five years haven't been kind to RB being drafted high in the first round and face it except for Peterson and Bush the others have been somewhat of a bust. So even though some think McFaddin is great you have others with similar talent this year like Slaton, Felix Jones, Ray Rice, and others. It is a crap shoot and one teams might not want to shoot for in the top 14 or 15.
A long way to go before the season is over and the draft picks rankings are there. Good discussion but even the combine will make a huge difference to these RBs. If McFaddin runs a 4.5 in the combine, do you really think he will go top ten.
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