If you have an elite offensive team such as Indy, Cincy, San Diego, or St. Louis, that would be a great strategy. All of those teams have a player in the top 10 at their respcetive positions. The difficult part is actually pulling it off. Depending on the format and # of teams, it's unlikely to get three Colts in the first three rounds. Manning and Addai are going in the first round of most drafts. You have a shot with Cincy. Though you'd probably be looking at Rudi Johnson, Palmer, and Housh (not bad, though). San Diego is another shot, but with a small twist. Gates is clearly the #1 TE and can be had in the fourth round. You just need to be lucky enough to get the #1 overall pick for LT. Rivers is a solid QB, but he's well below the top tier, so the fifth or sixth round should get you him. St. Louis, whom I love dearly, could also get you the trifecta. Jackson and Holt in the first two rounds is doable, with Bulger in the 4th. You have a shot, but you need alot of luck and no one to snipe any of your players.