Ask the Expert: Jerry Angelo

by Gary Shelton on April 7, 2015 · 0 comments

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Tuesday, 6 a.m.

Jerry Angelo is a former personnel director for the Bucs and former general manager of the Bears. Each week, Angelo answers your questions regarding the NFL. Send your questions to GarySheltonsports@gmail.com with "ask the expert'' in the subject line. The most interesting question will be selected.

For a team with the No. 1 pick, the idea of trading down sounds smart and safe. But in this draft, without Anthony Munoz or Bruce Smith, would it be the good thing to do. If a team believes in a quarterback, isn’t that where the value is?

You never pass up a player you have rated as "special,'' regardless of position.

Having more picks doesn’t necessarily make you better; if the picks aren’t ‘special’. Special players can alter the outcome of a game, average ones can't.

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