If the Patriots consider trading up in the first round of the NFL Draft, I think Washington’s No. 10 spot is a logical place as a starting point. The Redskins are without third- and fourth-round picks, and by moving down seven spots could replenish their mid-round supply.New England's target could be wide receiver Julio Jones of Alabama or perhaps one of the several defensive ends who would be good fits in the the Patriots 3-4 defense. The Redskins, of course, could use Jones and some strengthening of their three-man DL as well. But, as Reiss suggests, they could sacrifice some degree of quality to bolster their draft pick quantity. If you use the NFL draft chart as a guideline, the tenth pick in the draft is worth 1,300 points while New England's pick, the 17th, is worth 950. The 350-point difference is equal to the 55th pick of the draft, the 23rd of the second round. The Patriots hold the 60th pick so that and maybe their fourth-round pick, the 125th, would work out just about right. Should the Redskins trade back and risk not getting a blue-chip impact player? Or is moving down to get some extra picks the smart move?