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Pestilence
02-20-2009, 05:59 PM
http://mbd.scout.com/mb.aspx?s=115&f=1837&t=3969104

Pestilence
02-20-2009, 06:00 PM
3 Team Trade

Part One: Chiefs trade the #3 pick to Seattle to Guarantee they get Crabtree ( assuming we aren't taking him) In return we get there #4 Pick and their 3rd rounder #68. They get their reciever.

Part Two: Then trade the 4th pick to the 49ers and get the 10th pick overall and their 2nd round #42 in return. They get their QB

Part Three: Trade #10 Pick and swap 5ths(131st for 145th) to either the Jets for the #17 and their 2nd + the Swap or to the Lions for their #20 and their 2nd round #33.They also get their QB

In turn we can still get a lot of things done. We keep a pick in the mid first round and now have an extra 2 picks in round 2 and 1 extra in the third.

I will probably get punished for this scenario, but I thought I would give it a try.
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rad
02-20-2009, 06:11 PM
Wow. Everyone around the league must be as retarded as the poster for this to work.

ChiefRon
02-21-2009, 11:28 AM
ROFL

I like Mecca's response to a similar suggestion from another thread

"I don't think you can even do that in Madden"

OnTheWarpath58
02-21-2009, 11:31 AM
http://i43.tinypic.com/e8ka5f.jpg

orange
02-21-2009, 08:37 PM
ROFL

I like Mecca's response to a similar suggestion from another thread

"I don't think you can even do that in Madden"

The practice was brought into vogue by former Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson, who came up with the value system as his Cowboys engineered some of the best trades in the late 1980s and early 1990s as they were building the closest thing to a dynasty that the NFL has seen the past two decades.

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Following these player-draft pick deals, Dallas was then able to maneuver up or down the draft, confident it could not only unearth diamonds in the rough lower in the draft but also package extra picks to move up and get the player it wanted. Johnson’s chart was devised from studying the value of trades over a period of 10 years. Johnson’s research must have paid off: He made 55 trades in five years.

http://www.profootballweekly.com/PFW/NFLDraft/Draft+Extras/2003/edholm042403.htm