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    Params: post, 360431, a:1:{i:0;s:680:"we need as many 1-4th round picks as we can get, anything we do to acquire 1st-4th round picks makes me happy. Trading for future picks makes me sad, Packers window of opportunity is about 5-7 years. We need talent NOW NOW NOW, not later, we need talent RIGHT NOW. I'd like to see us trade next year's picks for more picks this year if we fill in positions of need(Ol, DL, LB, DB) but not if ted is gonna draft strictly on "potential" like he claims he always does, drafting a qb to me is a waste of time. I'm not worried about where the packers will be in 10 years, I'm excited for where the packers could be for the next 5-7 years though. The time to buy is now, not sell.";}, 1458829234, 1464689310
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    Params: post, 360433, a:1:{i:0;s:1456:"I'm sorry Ape, but our window of opportunity is only the next 5-7 years? Not hardly. With savvy planning for the future our window is endless, and besides that, how is getting even one extra early round pick next year not going to help us in the next 5-7 years? Not only will it do just that, once the extra picks are there, they can be manipulated year after year to keep multiple early round picks, thus keeping our window open. Again I will refer you to New England. This year they have 7 picks in the first four rounds, with two in both the first and second rounds, and six of the seven being in the first 92 picks. Last year they had 6 in the first four rounds, the year before that they had 7. It was only back in 2007 that they were actually short picks with only two total in rounds 1-4, and 2008 when their only loss was in the SB. I'm not sure if there are a bunch of players in this year's draft that you think are so good we have to mortgage the future for, if you're trying to make a joke, if you're too naive to understand, or if you're a troll from another team, but I doubt you'll find many people agreeing with your take that the first four rounds of this draft will make us a short term dynasty. Don't get me wrong, I am totally fine with keeping and making our current picks without making any trades, or even moving up to get a particular player. But putting the stock you seem to be into this particular draft strikes me as ridiculous.";}, 1458829234, 1464689310
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    Params: post, 360434, a:1:{i:0;s:162:"I don't think he is making a joke, is naive, a troll, or being ridiculous, Mel. It's his opinion, and it's likely one that is shared by many others on this board.";}, 1458829234, 1464689310
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    Params: post, 360435, a:1:{i:0;s:260:"That's all I'm doing is stating an opinion as well PFC. As a matter of fact trading opinions with other fans is one of the funnest parts of this time of year. Actually I am curious how many are of that frame of mind, so I will ask the question in a new thread.";}, 1458829234, 1464689310
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