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    9 to 15, 13 to 20.

    This is an open-ended question, but maybe one of you draft value chart guys can answer this hypothetical question.

    I am in favor of trading out of the 9 spot, and out of the 13 spot if we acquire the pick from the Bucs. Yes I know it will be difficult to do so in this draft, but just for shids and giggles, what can we expect to reasonably get back if we traded down:

    9 to 15?

    13 to 20?

    any one know?

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    http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calcul...pick-value.php

    Going from 9-15 gets you about 300 points in value which translates to a late 2nd round pick.

    Going From 13-20 is the same as above.

    But I think this year we would probably get a mid 3rd rounder for those types of moves.

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    Dallas is drooling over the chance to draft Warmack or Cooper.

    Trade them #9 or #13 for their #18 and pillage them of draft choices.

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    Colts might be the ones to watch if Milliner drops and their reported desire to get him proves true

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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calcul...pick-value.php

    Going from 9-15 gets you about 300 points in value which translates to a late 2nd round pick.

    Going From 13-20 is the same as above.

    But I think this year we would probably get a mid 3rd rounder for those types of moves.
    Giddy up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calcul...pick-value.php

    Going from 9-15 gets you about 300 points in value which translates to a late 2nd round pick.

    Going From 13-20 is the same as above.

    But I think this year we would probably get a mid 3rd rounder for those types of moves.
    I thought we'd get more, but using the chart, we'd have in the first three rounds:

    Two Firsts
    Three Seconds
    Two Thirds (assuming we get one from TB)

    7 picks baby. I'd love that.

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    That scale is bs.. Would have traded a mountain of picks last yr to get in top 2, and we almost traded up to 4 to get Richardson.. This yr everyone wants to trade down.. Think this draft will have bunch of trades in 2nd 3rd rounds.. Maybe someone trades up early 1st for geno..

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Dallas is drooling over the chance to draft Warmack or Cooper.

    Trade them #9 or #13 for their #18 and pillage them of draft choices.
    Hell..if Austin is still on the board, the Rams and Vikings each have 2 1st rd picks and both apparently desire him enough to possibly move up to 9..

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    Lots of players that could drop to #9 that interest other teams (Warmack, Milliner, Johnson) and then there could be potential surprises that might occur and send someone to us. Always a chance someone really wants Mingo/Ansah/Jordan/Jones and is willing to move up. I think the Jets will have their chances and I think Idzik will definitely consider it.

    There is a lot of good talent from 2-4. If we made the trades you said above and got #13 and 3rd rd from TB, then we would have 8 picks within the first 106 players. That is how you get better!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenwave81 View Post
    Hell..if Austin is still on the board, the Rams and Vikings each have 2 1st rd picks and both apparently desire him enough to possibly move up to 9..
    if there was ever a draft to trade the hell down in, this one would be it.

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    Say we get the 13th pick for the Bucs.

    Then say Austin is sitting at 9 and the Vikes or the Rams really want him.

    Would it be of acceptable value for the Vikes or Rams to trade one of their 1st round picks this year and one of their first round picks next year.

    Example

    Jets send 9 to St. Louis for pick 22 this year and the Rams' 2014 1st rounder?

    I like the idea of having 2 1sts this year AND 2 1sts next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IndianaJet View Post
    Say we get the 13th pick for the Bucs.

    Then say Austin is sitting at 9 and the Vikes or the Rams really want him.

    Would it be of acceptable value for the Vikes or Rams to trade one of their 1st round picks this year and one of their first round picks next year.

    Example

    Jets send 9 to St. Louis for pick 22 this year and the Rams' 2014 1st rounder?

    I like the idea of having 2 1sts this year AND 2 1sts next year.
    Farfetched, but that would be amazing.

    I'm in the boat of not necessarily loading up on picks this year, especially in the Revis deal. I'd like to see some depth in picks in this year and next years draft.

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