Couldn't have come at a better time

Couldn't have come at a better time

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Since: Dec 06

Cape May, NJ

#1 Dec 25, 2012
The Vikings improving and possibly making the playoffs,comes at a good time.
I only could find 21 worthy 1st rd picks.Probably 5 gold chips.
Perhaps we should trade way up or out of the 1st.
Last year I wanted to flip flop 1st rd picks with Jax for the 2012 draft, with the condition we got their 1st rd 2013 position and they got our 2013 position.That may have worked but we may have missed on H.Smith.
My source is NFL draft scout,in running through every position,I found only 21 1st rd picks,some iffy IMO and 5 Gold Chippers,again IMO.
Intelligent thoughts are welcome.

Since: Dec 06

Cape May, NJ

#2 Dec 25, 2012
Maybe our 1st for a established young up and commer at a need position.
With Jennings of GB-wr
Bowe of KC-wr becoming FA with almost certainty,I think we can nail one of them.Both would be SWEETTTTTTTTTT.
Magnum Man

Pinckneyville, IL

#3 Dec 25, 2012
IF we could get a good WR in FA, then maybe trade away our 1st or 2nd rnd pick to stockpile later picks for depth.

I don't think were gonna have that good of a position come April anyway.

All depends on what we do in FA.

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