3 ways the New Orleans Saints can trade up for LSU superstar Joe Burrow
Trade up to the No. 2 draft position
The Bengals do not need another quarterback if they still want to keep Andy Dalton leading the charge.
A potential No. 1 overall pick is Ohio State defensive star, Chase Young. If the Saints get word that the Bengals are looking into Young and not Burrow. They can then turn to the Redskins to trade up for Burrow.
The Washington Redskins are 3-12 this season. However, this is not indicative of the actual talent the Redskins have. They don’t have a player problem, they have a coaching problem. Gruden did not like Haskins and would not start him.
After he was dismissed and the reigns of the team were handed over to Haskins, he has won two of their three wins. With that being said, the Redskins don’t need the pick they have — making them more likely to trade it over.
If Joe Burrow turns out to be the next Aaron Rodgers, the three picks that they are giving up for Burrow is minuscule. The Redskins don’t have an immediate need so the three picks for one would be enticing for them.
Everyone wins in this trade as well.