JJ was on record as saying we weren't looking to move more than a few spots in either direction. KC would seem a logical partner except they don't have a 4th rounder and it's doubtful they'd want to give up a 3rd to move 2 spots. SF is a likely team to draft OLB at 22. Which leaves NE at 21. Outside of the obvious rivalry between the two coaches, NE is also a threat to take whichever LB we covet most. On the other hand they have picks to burn and they might well be interested in jumping ahead of SD and KC for a CB like Tye Hill. It all depends on the board of course at the time we're picking but would BP have the stomach to do business with BB? Is it worth the risk for us? Interestingly, NE has an extra early 4th (9th pick) worth 82 points and their 6th is worth 19 points. The drop 3 slots is worth, you guessed it, 100 points- a nice matchup. I really think our target will be Wimbley if he's still there at 21. NE could also be interested in Wimbley, Lawson or Carpenter. But I doubt they'd be likely to trade up to get any of the three. Tye Hill is a smallish player but he may well be the fastest player in the draft and would fill a big hole in their secondary. If they like him and he's on the board at 18 that could be our/their move. Here's what my semi-final mock looks like in the event that trade became a reality: 1) (after tradedown with NE) Kamerion Wimbley, DE/OLB FSU 2) Daryn Colledge, OT, Boise State 3) Demetrius Williams, WR, Oregon 4) (from NE) Antoine Bethea, FS, Howard 5) Lekevin Smith, DT, Nebraska 6) Adam Stenavich, OG, Michigan 6) (from NE) Anthony Schlegel, ILB, OSU 7) Cooper Wallace, TE, Auburn My top two "8th rounders" are Josh Huston, K, OSU and JD Runnels, FB, OU.