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jmay2007
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Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I would receive the 1st pick in the draft, and the other guy would get the 6th (where I currently am).

Standard snake draft. Non-PPR. Non-keeper. 5 point bonuses for 100+ yards receiving, rushing, 300+ yards passing. All TDs including passing are 6 points.

What say ye, TigerDroppings?

Edit: Just realized I'd be trading away the 4th pick, not the 6th, in order to get the 1st pick. Does that change any of your opinions, FSB?



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Tiger1242
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


So you're just swapping picks?
Yea I'd do it to get AP






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jmay2007
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I assume we'd be swapping draft positions for the entire draft, not just swapping those two first round picks. Otherwise, yeah I'd do it in a heartbeat. Just trying to feel it out and get some opinions.





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Tigah32
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I'm assuming switching positions for the entire draft?

I would do it if it's a 10 teamer or above. If it's only 8 teams I wouldn't do it. If it's 10 teams or above I would go ahead and take it and snag AP.






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jmay2007
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Yeah, it's 12 teams. Thanks for the advice.





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Weagle25
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I wouldn't. You just have to do a mock draft and see which pick you like better





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SwampDonks
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Without question.





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LSU1018
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Definitely do it.





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longhorn22
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


No $$ involved? just staight up swap? thats crazy!!





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TigerTatorTots
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Just swapping picks? Of course





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St Augustine
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I like the 4-6 spots with most twelve team mocks I do. I think I'd rather get the Charles/Lynch+remaining elite WR combo. I probably would stay at 6 personally but I also don't like being at the ends.





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Herb484
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


It's a snake draft so your second pick won't be until late.....not worth it to me. Being in the middle of the order 4/5/6 is where you want to be. You'll be able to snag more talent that way. Think about it........the guy wants to get rid of his 1st pick. That should tell you he also believes going that early blows.





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bobby magee
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Same scoring system and snake draft, I picked #1 this past weekend. After Adrian Peterson, when the draft came back to me the RB that were still on the board were CJ2K, DMAC etc.. The Wr's were B. Marshall, Dem Thomas etc...
Just letting you know the value still there at 24 and 25 pick.






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Weagle25
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


quote:

CJ2K (A little too risky for my taste)
DMAC (I thought you were trying to show there is still value at that spot?)
B. Marshall(probably who I would take out of this group)
D.Thomas (Very good option)


There's still value at WR but you can pretty much get good WRs at any spot. How did Marshall drop to late 2nd round BTW?






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bobby magee
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quote:

How did Marshall drop to late 2nd round BTW?


1 pt per 15 yards, 6 QB's gone in first 2 rounds






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Ranger198
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I would personally stay at 6, I do not like being at either end. Too many players go off the board between picks. Easier for me to build a team drafting towards the middle.





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jmay2007
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Bump. Just realized I'd be trading away the 4th pick, not the 6th, in order to get the 1st pick. Does that change any of your opinions, FSB?





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ShamelessPel
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


Jump on it before he changes his mind. 4 isn't a particularly awesome spot anyways.





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LSU_PETE_2012
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I'd do it easily. I really like picking at the ends though. I guess I'm the weird one here.





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Nonetheless
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re: Trading the 6th pick for the 1st?


I like picking at the end too. I was ecstatic to see I got the 12th pick.





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