Because there are no guarantees moving up is going to get us a player better than where we are or moving down. And we can't afford to give away picks on a player that might not turn out. We need talent all over the defense, not just one impact player.why can't we move UP and get impact. Why move DOWN?
So if we could move up and get an impact player you'd be against it? Thats just messed up thinking. Just because we need help in a handful of spots doesn't make it any less attractive to move up and actually get a player we covet. I am not against either, and I am definitly not against giving up picks to get a player we think can help now. Not all tradeing up is a bad thing, a lot of times it actually works out.Because there are no guarantees moving up is going to get us a player better than where we are or moving down. And we can't afford to give away picks on a player that might not turn out. We need talent all over the defense, not just one impact player.
If we were planning to take Rivers, I would much rather sign Briggs (move him to MLB) and then draft Rivers. On the other hand, if we were trying to sign two LBs before draft day, then I would not mind trading for Vilma (though I would not offer anything above a 4th and more than likely would try to trade a 6th rounder for a guy coming off a major injury) and signing Briggs.So we trade for Vilma and draft Rivers..........I can deal with that.
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