I said it earlier but 32 is a great spot to be in. You get that last pick in the first round but it’s still the first round. Something that I think is an advantage for smart teams is being able to draft after your rivals or division opponents or just future opponents in general. You get to see what they have done and you can strategize based on what they do. Also is a good spot to do a trade from if you want because there could be some teams in the top of the second round that are bidding against each other for that last pick. Could even get a better first rounder for next year without losing a selection. Its a nice place to be in the draft other than you are the champs.
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