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Old 03-03-2011, 01:09 PM    (permalink
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I personally can not see any way that the Patriots keep all 3 of their top 33 picks. I don't mean trade down, I mean trade out. A 2012 first from a team that could be top 5 would be awesome.

edit: Keep in mind, 2012 will likely feature two QBs in the top 5 (Barkley and Luck). This means we would have open season on any non-QB prospect coming out next year.
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I personally can not see any way that the Patriots keep all 3 of their top 33 picks. I don't mean trade down, I mean trade out. A 2012 first from a team that could be top 5 would be awesome.

edit: Keep in mind, 2012 will likely feature two QBs in the top 5 (Barkley and Luck). This means we would have open season on any non-QB prospect coming out next year.
Just like with the Raiders last year....haha just kidding. I'm sure Bill and company will be on the phone all night and the next day fielding offers for that #33 pick
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ive said it before, and ill say it again. i believe #28 has a much higher chance of getting traded than #33. pats may not want to pay two guys first round money.... 33 you get a first rounder for second round money. in the eyes of the front office.... prolly cant beat it unless a team absolutely overwhelms you with an offer
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It all depends on how thing fall on draft day, but I tend to agree with you.
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ive said it before, and ill say it again. i believe #28 has a much higher chance of getting traded than #33. pats may not want to pay two guys first round money.... 33 you get a first rounder for second round money. in the eyes of the front office.... prolly cant beat it unless a team absolutely overwhelms you with an offer
I know this will probably cause every Patriots fan's heart drop (because they know I'm probably right), but I think it's far more likely that pick 28 gets traded down and pick 33 gets traded out.

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Everybody's so sure of the trades the Pats will make. I mean yeah I think they'll move around but to say they're going to trade this specific pick and trade it to next year or trade this specifc back, I dunno. There's no way to predict that. They made four picks in the second round a couple years ago. We never thought they'd do that. And they made three second round picks last year. Maybe they'll just move 28 back and take three second rounders this year too. Who knows? I honestly think it simply depends on what players are on the board. They aren't going to trade to next year or back into the second round because of some philosophy. If the guy they like is there and they don't think they can get him later, they'll make the pick. I could even see them trading up if someone like Quinn were to fall out of the top 10.
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As I was typing that last message another thought came to mind. I don't have any knowledge about this but it's something that I have just always had a feeling about with BB. I really believe the reason he does so much trading back and trading into the next year is because he probably has a very small draft board of guys he really wants. I think he moves around to get those specific guys. He may have some second choice type of guys that he takes if he can't get his first choice, but if not he just moves the pick. I'm sure the financials of where the pick is has some influence, but I do believe a lot of it is just moving around to get "his guys" and if he can't he trades the pick to the next year. And of course that's why we fans end up agonizing when he keeps passing over the guys we want. Maybe those guys just aren't on his list.
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They trade back and out of spots because they only have so many roster spots. He'd rather move the pick to the next year by trading it than waste it on a guy that won't make the roster and won't last on the PS.
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Yeah, it's a flexibility thing. I don't agree with it 100% of the time, but it works for the most part.
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I just read on another site that Tom Condon is JJ Watt's agent. This is the same Condon (I keep typing Condom and then having to change the m to an n) that Ben Watson used. The Patriots have not drafted a Condon client sense. . .

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Not exactly a guarantee, but kind of depressing.
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When watching Cam Jordan at the Sr bowl and combine it was obvius that this guy can play DT, DE in a 3-4 and 4-3. As I was watching how swift and smooth is feet were I wondered if he an play the Elephant like McGinest if he just dropped 10-15...at first I though I was a little nutz but then I read the same thinking from PFW, one of the sites I trust

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Here's what I think is reasonable based on recent analysis / rankings / mocks, etc. Of course, OLB anywhere prior to mid second is probably unrealistic, but whatever. lol

17. Cam Heyward DE Ohio St.
28. Justin Houston OLB Georgia
33. Stefen Wisniewski C Penn St.
60. Clint Boling OT Georgia (T/G for us - versatility is king!)
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Not a big Houston fan or so big on Heyward in that spot. It's a good mock contingent upon how things fall, but I would prefer other players at this point.
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Me, too.

I'm just preparing myself for when we pass on Kerrigan.
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To help support this Cam Jordan's to Elephant is the 3-cone and short shuttle he ran was better than Quinn's numbers
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I'd be happy with Jordan at 17. I doubt he makes it there, but it'd be great.
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Here's what I think is reasonable based on recent analysis / rankings / mocks, etc. Of course, OLB anywhere prior to mid second is probably unrealistic, but whatever. lol

17. Cam Heyward DE Ohio St.
28. Justin Houston OLB Georgia
33. Stefen Wisniewski C Penn St.
60. Clint Boling OT Georgia (T/G for us - versatility is king!)
I don't think they'll draft a "versatility" OL that early. 2nd round is a premium pick for OL for the Pats. The only position-unapparent guys I'd see them drafting that early are Pouncey or Wisniewski.
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Starting to get a hunch that Brooks Reed will be a patriot.
I can see is grabbing Heyward or Watt or someone early, trading 28, and picking Reed at 33.
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17. Cam Heyward DE Ohio St.
28. Justin Houston OLB Georgia
33. Stefen Wisniewski C Penn St.
60. Clint Boling OT Georgia (T/G for us - versatility is king!)
I love it.
I guess I'm higher on Houston than most but I like him for us.
He played the 34 OLB already, didn't cover in space much but he knows how to rush the passer while standing up. There's less of a transition than the other 34 OLB prospects.
I agree 17 is a bit high for Heyward but since when does that matter to BB?
You can't argue with a 1st rd that nets us two starters on defense.
I love the 2nd rd as well. OLine def needs to be addressed.
Wisnieski impressed with his strength at the combine... and I'm a homer :)
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#33 seems likely to not be a pick the Patriots have when it comes around. They'll be on the phone all night and trade that one. I'm definitely getting a Brooks Reed vibe from the Pats, though. Similar to Cunningham last year.
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#33 seems likely to not be a pick the Patriots have when it comes around. They'll be on the phone all night and trade that one. I'm definitely getting a Brooks Reed vibe from the Pats, though. Similar to Cunningham last year.
im pretty sure none of us pats fans saw cunningham in the second? or am i the only one who saw that as like a "wow" pick?
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im pretty sure none of us pats fans saw cunningham in the second? or am i the only one who saw that as like a "wow" pick?
I don't think anyone saw cunningham coming, but I think it was obvious we were going after an athletic DE with good character. After you go back and watch film, it is kind of obvious - actually.

That said, hindsight is 20/20.
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I'd say pick 28 and pick 33 will both have tremendous trade value for us simply because of the current QB rankings. Just about any source you can find has Mallet / Ponder / Locker as fringe first round (Mallet) and early second round values.

I think the late 20s will be prime picks for teams looking to trade back into the first to secure Mallett (see Tebow, Tim.) We could very well trade back a few spots from 17, as well, and have 2 picks in that late 20 range.

Then the first pick of day two will have the same value for those teams who missed out on the top 3 and want to secure Ponder / Locker.
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It was pretty widely reported that that's who the Pats were targetting as the OLB they were going to draft. Maybe most people weren't excited about passing on some other guys, but I think we all had a pretty good idea that the Pats were going to draft Cunningham. They didn't hide that one at all.
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Pats have had private workouts with:

Cortez Allen: Projects to safety for us, but maybe some nickel.
Allen Bailey: Very possible pick for us.
Corbin Bryant: Another Big DE.

Seems even with the Stroud signing, DL is a priority... Could spell the end for Ty Warren.

Seems with the depth of this class though, might be waiting till rd 2 for DL.
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