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Old 05-21-2014   #7
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Default Re: Trading future first-round picks: Good to win now, bad to win later?

Normally I'm completely against ever trading a future 1st round pick to move up, but if that once in a decade QB comes along (Andrew Luck) and we need a QB then absolutely trade up. Next years 1st and even 2nd round picks are just to valuable to trade away unless your really certain the prospect your trading up for is that good and that important to the team. Trading those picks also implies that we're set or close to it at all other positions so that trading up for this prospect is what will put you over the top and into a real shot at the Super Bowl.
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