2010 NFL Draft: Green Bay Packers Mock—Trade Down

February 22, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

By now, Packer fans who frequently visit this site will have read Jersey Al Bracco's pieces on trading up or down in the NFL Draft on Apr. 22. (If you haven't you can read the piece on trading down here and the trading up here . )
After throwing around possible moves and picks, I've decided that trading down is the most helpful scenario to the Packers. With trading down being GM Ted Thompson's style, it also seems more likely.   
Assuming neither Anthony Davis nor Bryan Bulaga fall to the Packers at 23, there is no player available worth the pick that the Packers won't be able to grab later.
The trading partner I feel makes the most sense is the New England Patriots.
My proposed trade:
Green Bay's first-rounder (No. 23 overall), rated 760 points on the Draft Value Chart .
Green Bay's third-rounder (No. 86 overall), rated 160 points.
New England's second-rounder (No. 42/44 overall), rated 460/480 points.
New England's second-r...

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