John Keim: It's hard to find that many starters from one draft so if they get one starter and another guy worth developing that's pretty good. That's why drafts aren't about immediate needs; a fifth-round tackle will not fill an immediate hole but could lead to a productive player in a couple years. But I do anticipate them working on the line in the draft and I wouldn't be surprised if they take two linemen.
Trade: New Orleans trades picks 13, 31 and 75 to Washington for the fifth overall pick.
In this scenario, quarterback Marcus Mariota fell to five. The Saints offered me their two first-round picks and a third to trade up to five and get their quarterback of the future. Mariota would get the benefit of sitting behind Drew Brees for at least a season, if not more. While Dante Fowler and Amari Cooper were also on the board, I couldn't pass up two firsts and a third.
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