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Saccopoo Memorial Draft Forum>Would you be willing to trade future 1st round picks?
KChiefs1 07:07 AM 04-24-2018
https://first-pick.com/Default.aspx

In this game I traded both the 2019 & 2020 first rounders to move up.

I ended up with this draft.



Your Picks:

Round 2 Pick 4 (IND): Davis, Carlton, CB, Auburn (A-)

Round 2 Pick 5 (IND): Oliver, Isaiah, CB, Colorado (B)

Round 2 Pick 10 (MIA): Price, Billy, C/OG, Ohio State (A)

Round 2 Pick 17 (IND): Allen, Marcus, FS, Penn State (B+)

Round 2 Pick 22: Carter, Lorenzo, OLB, Georgia (A)

Round 4 Pick 22: Settle, Tim, DT, Virginia Tech (A+)

Round 4 Pick 24: Hall, PJ, DT/DE, Sam Houston State (A+)

Round 6 Pick 22: Coutee, Keke, WR, Texas Tech (A+)

Round 7 Pick 15: DeLuca, Nick, ILB, North Dakota State (A)

Round 7 Pick 25: Izzo, Ryan, TE, Florida State (A+)

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kccrow 06:13 PM 04-24-2018
Originally Posted by BlackHelicopters:
No
See this.
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BlackHelicopters 06:14 PM 04-24-2018
Originally Posted by kccrow:
See this.
No.
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MotherfuckerJones 06:19 PM 04-24-2018
Iím not trading future picks unless itís like what Veach did during camp. Acquire Ragland for a future 4. Next year weíll have a 1, 2 2s and 3 to start.
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Chief Roundup 06:35 PM 04-24-2018
No!
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KChiefs1 09:28 PM 04-24-2018
Originally Posted by MotherfuckerJones:
Iím not trading future picks unless itís like what Veach did during camp. Acquire Ragland for a future 4. Next year weíll have a 1, 2 2s and 3 to start.


I havenít heard much about the strength of the 2019 class. Good or Bad?
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MotherfuckerJones 09:35 PM 04-24-2018
Originally Posted by KChiefs1:
I havenít heard much about the strength of the 2019 class. Good or Bad?
No clue yet. Havenít begun researching it
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BryanBusby 09:36 PM 04-24-2018
Stout draft for fatties
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Chris Meck 06:53 PM 04-25-2018
no.
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kccrow 08:11 PM 04-25-2018
Originally Posted by KChiefs1:
I havenít heard much about the strength of the 2019 class. Good or Bad?
Looks strong at EDGE and DT
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Pasta Giant Meatball 08:17 PM 04-25-2018
What would possess you do do that?
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Chargem 11:55 PM 04-25-2018
Why not trade the next 20 years of first rounders to get 10 first round picks this year!
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warrior 06:41 AM 04-26-2018
You only trade 1st round pics to get a Quarterback---see last years draft
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KChiefs1 05:44 PM 04-29-2018
Watching the NFLN Top 10 Draft Moments. I knew it was a bad trade but didnít think it was this bad.

Originally Posted by :
With limited leverage, Saints' General Manager Bill Kuharich and Head Coach Mike Ditka began discussing trades with the teams holding the first five selections.

The Saints offered nine draft picks to the Cincinnati Bengals for the third overall choice, but the Bengals declined the deal.

The Saints traded their first round, third round, fourth round, fifth round, sixth round, and seventh round picks in the 1999 NFL Draft, and their first-round and third-round picks from the 2000 NFL Draft to the Washington Redskins for the fifth overall pick of the 1999 NFL Draft.

This became the biggest NFL trade for one player since 1959.

The Redskins traded the 12th overall pick, the third-round draft pick acquired from the Saints, and their fourth- and fifth-round picks to the Chicago Bears to acquire the seventh overall pick.

The Redskins used the pick to select Champ Bailey, the player they had coveted. They also made a second trade with the Bears, acquiring a second-round pick that allowed them to select Jon Jansen, in exchange for a second round pick and the fifth round pick acquired from the Saints.

THE TRADE:

Traded to New Orleans
1999
first round pick (5th overall, Ricky Williams)



Traded to Washington
1999
first round pick (12th overall, later traded to Chicago, used to select Cade McNown)
third round pick (71st overall, later traded to Chicago, used to select D'Wayne Bates)
fourth round pick (107th overall, used to select Nate Stimson)
fifth round pick (144th overall, later traded to Chicago, used to select Khari Samuel)
sixth round pick (179th overall, later traded to Denver, used to select Desmond Clark)
seventh round pick (218th overall, later traded to Denver, used to select Billy Miller)


2000
first round pick (2nd overall, used to select LaVar Arrington)
third round pick (64th overall, used to select Lloyd Harrison)

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Coach 10:30 PM 04-29-2018
Originally Posted by kccrow:
Looks strong at EDGE and DT
Appears weak on QB.
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Tribal Warfare 01:01 AM 04-30-2018
Originally Posted by kccrow:
Looks strong at EDGE and DT
Early consensus is that possibly 5 total Edge and DTs could go in the top 15 in the 1st round.
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