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QB's rising best thing for Broncos

Several QB's rising on teams boards is great news for Denver. Many QB hungry teams hope to pick them up early in the second round. Draft history tells us teams will attempt to move in the bottom of the first round to get these players. If the player John really wants falls to him clearly don't make the trade. But this is a really deep draft and most experts believe the value between 20-50 is pretty close depending on position.

In 2012 Broncos traded down twice finally trading #31 and #126 to the Bucs from #36 and #101. Given the depth and value of the draft this would be a wise move again. I believe many teams would even pay a higher price for the QB they want. Just too many QB hungry teams wanting to get those players. Additionally the more QB's taken before Denver the better. There could really be a run late in round 1 and early in round 2 - thus increasing the value of trading down for our needs.

Several team will attempt to move up, I believe Jags and Vikings are in play. So trade down to 39 or 40. Then swap 3rd round spots moving from 95 to 70 or 72 respectively. Or you could ask for the their 4th round pick. It's a positive trade per the trade chart and really helps Denver. Would you make this trade?

This is a Fan-Created Comment on MileHighReport.com. The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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