So far, I 've been in love with trading down to the Browns and getting a few of their round 1 and 2 picks. I'm starting to think we might be o.k. if we end up trading with the 'Skins or the Fins. If we can load up ove the next 2 years with high round draft picks, this could be our version of the early 1990's Cowboys. The Herschel Walker trade allowed them to draft both skill and line players that helped them dominate for close to a decade. Here's what a trade with the Dolphins might make our draft look like:
The first version gives us Brandon Marshall and their 1st and 3rd this year and their 2 and 4 next year.
Our draft would look like this: 1=Decastro, G Stanford 2= Zach Brown, OLB N. Car. 3A= Trumain Johnson, CB Mont. 3B= Mitchell Schwartz, OT Cal. 4=Isiah Pead, RB Cinc. 6= N. Jean-Baptiste, DT Baylor 7=Chris Rainey, RB/ST Florida.
We've been focusing so much on Kalil and Blackmon that I thought we should take a look at David DeCastro as the next 10 year dominant interior lineman. If we add Mitchell Schwartz from Cal. who I think is undervalued even after moving him up because of his senior bowl performances, we might have just the right additions this year and have alook at another top shelf OL next year.
Sam has excelled at throwing the ball to the sidelines up high--look at DX when he's been healthy--he's made a ton of those catches over shorter CB personnel. B. Marshall would be a perfect fit for him.