Mark Dominik posted the following trade as a trade that made sense for both teams this morning on ESPN:
San Francisco 49ers trade the No. 30 and No. 56 picks to the Baltimore Ravens for the No. 17 pick
The Niners are in prime position to trade up in the 2014 draft. They already have a very physical football team on both offense and defense, but the area they might be looking to upgrade is a vertical threat at wide receiver who can also be an impact return man on special teams. The offense has an athletic quarterback in Colin Kaepernick and tight end in Vernon Davis, a tough runner in Frank Gore and bigger-bodied receivers such as Anquan Boldin and Michael Crabtree, and adding a legit vertical threat would create 16 regular-season headaches for opposing defensive coordinators.
They aren't likely to find that guy with the 30th pick, but there should be some appealing options at No. 17. A guy like Oregon State's Brandin Cooks or LSU's Odell Beckham Jr. would transform a very good offense into an explosive one.
For the Ravens, this would give them the opportunity to add a second-round pick in a really deep draft, and they can still get a very good player with the 30th overall pick. General manager Ozzie Newsome has done a great job at finding value outside of the top few picks in the draft -- Ray Lewis, Todd Heap, Ed Reed and Jimmy Smith are some notable examples -- which is another reason for them to feel good about moving back in this scenario.
While the value differential is slightly different for the 17th and 18th pick, if SF is targeting a player like Beckham Jr or Cooks, the value differential between the 17th and 18th pick is irrelevant.
This is a trade that could make a lot of sense for the Jets as well, assuming Dennard is off the board. This would allow the Jets to get a guy like Dee Ford, Ryan Shazier, Cody Latimer, Kelvin Benjamin, Bradley Roby, Jace Amaro, Jimmie Ward or Kony Ealy at 30.
The Jets would then have the 49th and 56th pick in the second round where they could target Jimmie Ward, Attaochu, Amaro, Kounadjio, Jordan Matthews, etc at 49 and then focus on Jarvis Landry at 56 (who I think would add a great element of hands and blocking to the Jets offense).
This trade could give the Jets the opportunity to pick up 3 immediate starters in the top 56 picks - ideally adding defense and offense. Personally, I would target Dee Ford or Cody Latimer at 30, Amaro or Jimmie Ward at 49 and Jarvis Landry at 56.