mattb47 wrote:You're probably going to have to end up giving up your 3rd and 4th rounders here...I think it'll have to be his 2nd and 5th (or 6th) for your 3rd and 4th to really make it work.
I agree with Matt.
Giving up your 3rd (#27) and 4th (#46) round picks to get his 2nd rd (#16) and 5th rd (#57) picks makes sense.
Essentially, you move up 11 spots from your 3rd round pick (#27) to his 2nd round pick (#16) and you move down 11 spots from your 4th round pick (#46) to his 5th rd pick (#57).
If I was the other guy I wouldn't do this. Here's both your first five picks if the deal goes down;You
He has a big gap between his first two picks (21 spots). You go 29 picks after your third pick before you pick again, but that's not as big a deal. The only way the other guy would do this would be if there are a lot of guys in the 3rd and 4th round he likes -- which in most drafts would be TE's and WR's.
Offer it, but don't be surprised if he turns it down.