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Nobody in this year's class meets that description
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The best way to Mut 23 coins get efficient players out of your draft isn't to have the best pick. The goal is to have the highest number of choices, and the greatest opportunities to select players who will not bust. But at least when Washington traded for the no. 2 selection, it was receiving a quarterback who everyone thought would succeed.

Nobody in this year's class meets that description. The Rams declare that they want a quarterback, but pretty all of us agree that a quarterback's not the best player in this year's draft or even within the top three. And even if you are picking a quarterback, nobody does stand out in the other players: Draft experts tend to be pretty evenly divided on whether the best quarterback to watch this time around is Wentz as well as Jared Goff.

There was debate about Griffin or Andrew Luck in 2012. and there was a debate over Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota last year, however, this debate is not the same. There were a lot of highly-regarded prospects battling to be considered the best. There are a lot of promising prospects, but it is difficult to determine which has the most potential to succeed.

In the last week, Bill Barnwell of ESPN detailed how in the lottery-like draft "the most efficient strategy is to have additional tickets." The RG3 trade may be one of the most effective examples of this in the past, but losers from the trade appear to be willfully ignoring that fact. It could be that it works out but the Rams must be aware.

The Chargers might trade Philip Rivers, but they'd likely screw it up, too. LaDainian Tomlinson has said that the Chargers should trade Philip Rivers. According to Tomlinson, the Chargers are in rebuilding mode, and should be able to cheap madden 23 coins trade Philip Rivers instead of ruin the rest of his career. Is that realistic?
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