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Trading down is for teams without screaming needs and also good traders. Booger tried trading up for Lynch.
Stick at 10 and take the highest D player on the board and that might actually be the first D player off the board.
Something tells me there will be a trade between DAL and NE if a QB falls. At 15, Parsons, Horn and Surtain could be gone.
I would gladly turn the 10th into 3 2nd rounders. That would give us 4.Or so many needs that they need more high quality picks to get starters. I think I know a team like that.
I'd likely trade back again and again til I'm out of the first. The 10 is worth 3 2nds, and that's not even making any "profit" on draft value in the trades.
Thats a lot, but thats what you have to give up to get arguably one of the leagues top safeties.Cowboys Trade for Safety Justin Simmons
Denver gets 2021 1st Rd pick, 2022 2nd Rd pick and Safety Donovan Wilson
Only Zach Martin and Lamb were BPA.Our best-drafted players have come from staying home and taking the BPA
Only Zach Martin and Lamb were BPA.
For some reason, you guys fall in love w/ saying BPA over and over and over. BPA is a terrible strategy. Only works for teams that are already super bowl ready.
That kind of trade down gets you a 2nd rounder. No one would do that for a 3rd. That would be a rip off.If the Cowboys can trade down from 10 to the 15-20 range for an extra third round pick or more, I'd do it in a heartbeat. There will still be quality corners on the board and with three third round picks they could easily trade back up and have two 2nd rounders instead.
No GM disregards need and just goes for the highest guy on their board each time.