Scenario Jets give: 1st round, #3 3rd round, #93 Raiders give: 1st round, #4 1st round, #27 3rd round, #66 Let's lay out what we know. - Gruden is more than willing to cut ties with high investment players, for reasons of scheme, character, and cost. This has been proven beyond doubt. - Derek Carr is likely an expendable asset with 4 years remaining of his deal making and average of $25mil/year. - The Raiders have a ton of draft stock going into the 2019 draft. With 3 picks in the 1st round alone. This will allow for them to be fluid and make moves that other teams can not. - Grunden wants "his guys" and he inherited Carr. My assumption is that Gruden has been signaling that he wants his own people in the building and he wants to structure the team his own way. I am of the belief that he would rather start the process sooner rather than later and if he can get a rookie QB on a rookie deal instead of a guy that costs $25mil/year that has been trending down, I believe he will do so.