Found April 02, 2013 on 60 Max Power O:
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Each year, the media tries to figure out what Patriots head coach Bill Belichick will do in the NFL Draft or as he calls it “now you see it, now you don’t." Last year, he shocked everyone by not just trading up once, but twice in the first round. So the question is, will he stay where he is, trade down, like he did many times in previous years, or will he throw that change-up like last year. He has filled some holes in free agency so far with resigning of T Sebastian Vollmer, CB’s Aqib Talib and Kyle Arrington and signing of S Adrian Wilson, WR’s Danny Amendola, Donald Jones and Michael Jenkins and others.  The one big loss was in Tom Brady’s favorite target WR Wes Welker, who signed with the Denver Broncos. The Patriots have a limited number of selections in this draft to fill a few holes.  Below is a mock draft with some potential ways to fill them Round #1 – Pick #28:  They trade the pick to the San Francisco 49ers for a second round pick (#2 from KC Chiefs) and thei...
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  • San Fran already has at least 11 picks (plus 3 comp picks), why would they want to trade? I just don't see BB taking DT with their forst pick, they just got 2 DLs from the Argonauts. And when DBs are the biggest need, is Jefferson the best and only one they would bring in? Makes no sense at all. I do like Swope and Denard Robinson as later round picks, but DB has got to be a priority.
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