"SnoBumMN" wrote:

There's a theory making the rounds in league circles that the Detroit Lions could pull off a rare move from the No. 2 overall spot in the draft.

First, there's a belief that the Lions eventually will trade the pick to the Browns, flip-flopping with Cleveland the No. 2 and No. 3 selections.
The Browns would use the No. 2 pick to snare Notre Dame quarterback Brady Quinn.

Second, the Lions would hold an auction at No. 3 for the rights to receiver Calvin Johnson.
Potential candidates include the Bucs at No. 4, the Redskins at No. 6, the Vikings at No. 7,
and the Falcons at No. 8.

This sounds like a really smart move for talentless lions. They could fill more holes and they really don't need another reciever. The problem is that they have the worst GM in the history of football and will probably take quinn or calvin. At least the vikings can bank on 2 wins next year.