So here is the scenario. Tennessee GM Jon Robinson is not happy with his draft position. He is not going to rebuild this franchise in short order and he knows that his chances for survival are very slim if he does not produce better talent. He needs about 6-8 new starters and he needs to do it quickly. Enter the Buccaneers. We have drafted our franchise QB. We have re-signed the No.2 leading rusher from last year. Our OL is solidified. We are not just 1 or 2 players away but we absolutely need some impact players on defense and we need them now. So Licht and Robinson work out a deal. Tampa Bay trades all of it's draft picks except No.9 to move up with Tennessee. Tampa Bay gets pick No.1 and pick No.9. Tennessee forfeits it's 1st round pick but ends up with Tampa's 2, 3, 4, 5, and two 6th round picks. It is a dream scenario for a 1st year GM to have that many picks when he is in the first year of a rebuild. And for the Bucs under this scenario we are assuming that we get our top 2 players. What two players would you pick?I would pick Myles Jack and Vernon Butler. I am not sure how I feel about this scenario. I am happy to have these two players but not sure if it is worth it. Getting two impact players would be great but we would be sacrificing roster depth.What do you think? Worth it or not? And what 2 players would you choose? Under this scenario you get your choice of any two players
(Justin) Evans will be far superior to (Budda) Baker in the pros.
Dan Skipper Sucks! (lost bet)
Update – UDFA Dan Skipper has been signed by the Dallas Cowboys
That scenario is so far fetched it’s not even worth contemplating.Let me get this straight, the Titans are going to give up the #1 overall pick for 6 picks, the earliest of which is #39, THIRTY NINE and only other day 2 pick is #74.While we're making these trades why not send the #9 overall to the Bengals for AJ Green, Geno Atkins and Carlos Dunlap?