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Old 02-15-2010   #11
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Default Re: 2010 Draft Day Trades

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Originally Posted by Wolf6151 View Post
They could be targeting Brian Price as a 3-4 DE, Sean Weatherspoon-OLB, possibly Roloando McClain-ILB, Brandon Graham-3-4 rush LB, maybe Dez Bryant-WR, Jermaine Gresham-TE, etc... I'm just thinking that the Patriots are a good team who has holes on defense and would probably like to make a run at the Super Bowl sometime soon before Tom Brady retires and they're forced to start rebuilding.
The Pats have the upper hand in terms of picks, they've been feeding off trading down with weaker teams for years. The Hoodie is too smart to mess with & needs to be avoided at all costs teams who trade with them wind up losers, aka Oakland, Jacksonville, Tennessee, yes even Dallas & Philadelphia. With the picks they have another run is already in the making, barring injurys again. That is why Tampa Bay would be a more agreeable trading partner, plus those picks are at the top of ea. rd. usually where you find great value.
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