Every year there are players that everyone thinks should have gone in the 1st round but for some unknown reason they don't. This year looks to be no different as there are several very good players that could be available to us at #33. Prospects like Kyle Van Noy, Stephon Tuitt, Jason Verrett, Marcus Roberson, Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Calvin Pryor, Morgan Moses, etc... could all fall to us in the 2nd round. Should we take the best available player that fills a need OR because we have so many needs should we trade down in the 2nd and pick up an extra 3rd. I was thinking that maybe a team like San Francisco, who's very good and doesn't have alot of needs like the Texans, may want to trade up to #33 and pick a better quality player than will be available to them at #56 or #61. San Fran. has needs at CB, Safety, and WR. Any other 2nd round trade scenarios you can think of, as I think a 2nd round trade down is a very real possibility? If you were GM would you take a value pick that falls to you and fills 1 need, or do you trade down and get 2 good players that might not have 1st round talent?