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3. We draft you know who with the #1, ensuring that we get him, and go defense the next few picks.
Quote from: us_soldier77 on March 05, 2007, 12:39:33 PM3. We draft you know who with the #1, ensuring that we get him, and go defense the next few picks.Joe Thomas
You could make a case for Joe Thomas or CJ, whichever you prefer..
I told you its far fetched, but I have seen Al Davis in action.
Boid Fink, you read my mind.Why cant anyone else see this?
Quote from: us_soldier77 on March 05, 2007, 12:50:55 PMBoid Fink, you read my mind.Why cant anyone else see this?Sorry bro. I basically rehashed everything you said...I offered up this idea a few threads ago (actually on Saturday), and I think it makes a ton of sense.Considering Al Davis is a vertical offense loving guy, Simms has a huge arm, the QBs inthis years FA are thinner than Manute Bol, and everyone wold still get what they wanted.It does make sense.
Isn't David Carr past the grooming stage? Anyway, I know that Gruden is only trying to take away as many QB FAs in order to force Oak to take a QBwith the first pick (staying away from CJ). This is a more far-fetched scenario (maybe):1. We trade the rights to Plummer to Houston and get Carr in return.2. We trade Carr or Simms to Oak and switch our #4 for their #1. 3. We get a chance before Detroit to get Joe Thomas (I think if both CJ and Thomas were on the board, it would be very unwise to pass on Thomas).