Okay, the lot of the 30 teams no longer engaged in preparing for a football game are now engaged in strategizing for the personnel needs and moves for next year's football season.
Each year we have three directions the eagles could take: What the experts predict (the Kyper's), what the fan sentiments are (the masses), and what Andy/Joe/Howie eventually decide to do (the PEP boys).
So we're already pretty much in the know of what we need skillwise - whether by free agent or draft picks. And we know that we've amassed a venerable warchest of draft picks this year - so much that we can conceivably move up or down to get "our guy" at "our spot".
And the track record so far is that we seldom do what (1) the experts predict or (2) what the fan sentiments are.
The experts expect us to jump on LB or WR with our first pick. The fans are screaming for us to load up at LB. But what are we likely to do?
Do the Eagles package their picks and make a splash in the draft going after an RGIII?
Do the Eagles trade back and load up on latter round draft picks?
Do the Eagles pick in their slot for need?
Do the Eagles pick best talent on the board?
Anyone have an opinion?
What do you see as the most like eagles scenario in the early rounds?
(1) packaging and moving up (22 votes)
(2) Trading back and stockpiling pick (36 votes)
(3) Sticking in their spot and picking the LB we desperately need (54 votes)
(4) Picking best talent on the board, regardless of need. (35 votes)
147 total votes