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Call Me Crazy, But...

After we win the Super Bowl this year, I say we skip the 2014 draft!

That's right! Some of you are most likely thinking I've been smoking the wacky tobacky and have totally lost it, and this idea may not win me GM of the year next year, but hear me out.

I want to trade all of our 2014 picks with the 2015 picks of the team who ends up with the worst record in 2013. Then I would grab a couple of free agents where ever I need help at a couple of spots, grab a bunch of CFA's that year and go win the Super bowl again in 2014! Back to back! You all KNOW we are going to do it.

Now, the worst 2013 team gets double picks in the 2014 draft at a time that they really need to double dip, but then we get their picks in 2015 and get to double dip. This would give us an extra pick in every round that would most likely still be quite high, as the worst team in 2013 isn't going to completely turn it around in one year.

Now, I would use my six picks in the first three rounds, and trade the 8 picks in rounds 4 - 7 to get more picks in the first three rounds of 2016! Aye? Good idea? I still get to play with the CFA's and regular Vet FA's to tweek the roster with. Tell me I'm not crazy, but I think we could actually talk the worst 2013 team in the NFL into doing it!

Now what happens is that in 2015 WE THREE-PEAT!!! & in 2016 we FOUR-SCORE.(trademark) & in 2017 we HIGH-FIVE!!!!! GO BRONCOS!!!!!


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