This is the strangest draft strategy that I ever thought up, but I just think that it is a cool idea. What if we forced a team to trade up to #1? Now if you all remember, the first and 4th pick werent traded in the 2004 draft when Eli Manning and Phillip Rivers were in the draft. The right to those players was traded. So...what if we pulled a San Diego Chargers and drafted Matt Leinart (which would be the most unlikely thing any one would expect us to do) and shopped him around as for a trade partner. The Titans at #3, the Jets at #4, and the Oakland Raiders at #9 would all love a shot to have Matt Leinart on the team, but what would they give up? If the Jets still had the rights to John Abraham, we could trade for him and a second rounder then just pray that New Orleans took Mario Williams so that Ferguson would fall to #4, or we trade down another 2 spots and draft AJ Hawk/Vernon Davis??? If we trade down with Tennesee, we possibly get a first rounder next year and a 4th this year. We have a choice of Mario Williams or Ferguson at #3. If we trade all the way down to #7 with Oakland, Mario William and Ferguson are sure to be gone, but we pick up a first next year and a 2nd and 3rd this year, and draft Hawk/Davis/Huff at #7. There has basically a 0% chance of happening, I was just pondering some trade down stuff and thought of this.