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Old 12-30-2014, 11:28 PM   #31
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Re: How the draft looks if we trade down

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They say that every draft, and every draft they are wrong. JJ Watt wasn't JJ Watt coming out of college.

Leonard Williams
Randy Gregory
Shane Ray
Jameis Winston
Ronnie Stanley
Amari Cooper
Landon Collins
Marcus Mariotta (Don't want him)

You can't tell me there will not be a great prospect at pick #5.
What are the odds of the Redskins finding an underrated high pick ?
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Old 12-31-2014, 12:58 AM   #32
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Re: How the draft looks if we trade down

This is what is going to happen......pick number 5 is on the clock, Jameis Winston is going to be available and we are going to be in a stare down on whether to draft him or not.
Cleveland calls and we trade down to one of their 2 1st round picks and a 2nd or 3rd rounder.
Day one is a win IMO
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Old 12-31-2014, 01:27 AM   #33
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Old 12-31-2014, 07:52 AM   #34
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Re: How the draft looks if we trade down

it's too early. trade downs depend entirely on who you end up with at the end of the day. if you trade down and your guy gets taken before your new pick, it can be a bad deal.

in general, getting more players in round 1-3 is better though. we're not even to the combine and pro days yet though, so the draft boards will change a lot between now and then (even though they probably shouldn't).
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They say that every draft, and every draft they are wrong. JJ Watt wasn't JJ Watt coming out of college.

Leonard Williams
Randy Gregory
Shane Ray
Jameis Winston
Ronnie Stanley
Amari Cooper
Landon Collins
Marcus Mariotta (Don't want him)

You can't tell me there will not be a great prospect at pick #5.
Id really be careful with Shane Ray, i wouldnt take him at 5. Nor would I take Collins or Winston. Everyone else looks legit. Id put Andrus Peat and Scherff in that group without hesitation.

Whats gonna suck is when everyone realizes Amari Cooper is the best player in the draft outside of Leonard Williams. And then we can have the arguement of why we didnt take him 2 years from now.
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Old 12-31-2014, 10:09 AM   #36
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Re: How the draft looks if we trade down

If we have an opportunity to get an additional 1 especially from a bad team for next year draft, we should take it immediately. Hate to be that guy, you know the ones who's right, but next years draft will way more stacked that this one imo.
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Old 12-31-2014, 10:16 AM   #37
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Draft boards will most certainly change given that we don't even know who is coming out yet.
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Old 12-31-2014, 10:30 AM   #38
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Draft boards will most certainly change given that we don't even know who is coming out yet.
And FA changes a lot of teams boards. This is all speculation obviously. Although that Eagles win was nice, losing that game would've put us at 3 where Leonard Williams would fall to us.
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No one is picking Collins in the top 5.
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No one is picking Collins in the top 5.
Agreed. He's great in the box but lacks the coverage skills a #5 pick needs.
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What are the odds of the Redskins finding an underrated high pick ?
What are the odds they overrate a player with a high pick?
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If we do get an additional 2nd round pick from a trade down and we can go Oline and Dline with a first and the other second....Melvin Gordon RB from Wisconsin. Him and Alfmo in the backfield would be ballin.
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What are the odds of the Redskins finding an underrated high pick ?
Who said anything about underrated?? I said good prospect, and one will be there at 5.
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No one is picking Collins in the top 5.
I wouldn't either but he still is a top prospect at his position
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Id really be careful with Shane Ray, i wouldnt take him at 5. Nor would I take Collins or Winston. Everyone else looks legit. Id put Andrus Peat and Scherff in that group without hesitation.

Whats gonna suck is when everyone realizes Amari Cooper is the best player in the draft outside of Leonard Williams. And then we can have the arguement of why we didnt take him 2 years from now.
They said that about Aldon Smith, and I see Winston being a great player, I would put those OL there too just didnt for that statement
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