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#15 : March 15, 2007, 11:01:37 AM

Sure, I think that starts a cascade that helps us get the best possible outcome.

That's where I figured you were going with it.  CJ goes first, Quinn or Russell to the Lions or whatever team trades up for one of them, Peterson to the Browns...you could be looking at JT staring the Bucs in the face.


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#16 : March 15, 2007, 11:08:54 AM

Sure, I think that starts a cascade that helps us get the best possible outcome.

That's where I figured you were going with it.  CJ goes first, Quinn or Russell to the Lions or whatever team trades up for one of them, Peterson to the Browns...you could be looking at JT staring the Bucs in the face.

That couls back fire as a team like Arizona could easily swap picks with Detroit and ake JT. Cleveland is said to be after a QB so they then take the better of the two and we're left with the other QB. Not necessarily the best possible scenario.

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#17 : March 15, 2007, 11:09:57 AM

That's where I figured you were going with it.  CJ goes first, Quinn or Russell to the Lions or whatever team trades up for one of them, Peterson to the Browns...you could be looking at JT staring the Bucs in the face.

Whoa. You guys are much more confident than I am. I see that if the Raiders draft CJ it virtually assures the Bucs of missing out on JT. Detroit could easily take him and if they don't, with CJ off the board I'm certain that the Cards will expect the Bucs to take him. He is AZ's most coveted player and if they figure the Bucs will nab him, then I'm quite certain they'll attempt to trade in front of Tampa Bay to get him. Cleveland would have no trouble trading down and still getting AP, since they know that TB is no threat to draft a RB.

I see the Raiders taking CJ #1 overall as potentially a killer of JT to the Bucs.



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#18 : March 15, 2007, 11:11:17 AM

Blah, that coin flip is looking more and more important. If we were only picking #3 we would be almost assured of getting one of our guys...

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#19 : March 15, 2007, 11:13:49 AM

That's where I figured you were going with it. CJ goes first, Quinn or Russell to the Lions or whatever team trades up for one of them, Peterson to the Browns...you could be looking at JT staring the Bucs in the face.

Whoa. You guys are much more confident than I am. I see that if the Raiders draft CJ it virtually assures the Bucs of missing out on JT. Detroit could easily take him and if they don't, with CJ off the board I'm certain that the Cards will expect the Bucs to take him. He is AZ's most coveted player and if they figure the Bucs will nab him, then I'm quite certain they'll attempt to trade in front of Tampa Bay to get him. Cleveland would have no trouble trading down and still getting AP, since they know that TB is no threat to draft a RB.

I see the Raiders taking CJ #1 overall as potentially a killer of JT to the Bucs.


The Browns and Lions also could take the two QB's.  

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#20 : March 15, 2007, 11:16:55 AM

I think CJ going first is our only chance of getting JT.

Why? Because I don't think the Browns move with Jamarcus available at 3.

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#21 : March 15, 2007, 11:21:48 AM

I think CJ going first is our only chance of getting JT.
Why? Because I don't think the Browns move with Jamarcus available at 3.

This is a tough one. Personally, I see CJ going first as killing the Bucs getting JT. CJ being off the board means, to me, that AZ is going to make a move with either Detroit or Cleveland because then there will be almost no doubt what the Bucs will do at #4. With CJ still available, AZ has got to believe Gruden will be drooling to take him over the OT.

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#22 : March 15, 2007, 11:25:54 AM

The Cards have a ton of room to maneuver, but what could they give up to swap spot?  Five to two, and what else???  They don't exaclty have a lot of second tier players of note...




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#23 : March 15, 2007, 11:29:39 AM

Dan Pompei of Sporting News just reported on Cold Pizza that he has learned from sources within the Packer organization that they are no longer interested in trading for Moss.

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#24 : March 15, 2007, 11:30:58 AM

And then another source in Wisconsin says it's very close.  Gotta love the off season... ;D


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#25 : March 15, 2007, 11:31:07 AM

DTG, I don't follow the logic.

If AZ only wants JT, then not only has to worry about the Bucs but the Browns as well. AZ really would need to swap with the Lions to be sure.

And I get why AZ would like JT, but just like the Browns, they've got to have an eager eye on Adrian Peterson as well.

I'd love to be the Lions - they really have a lot of options.



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#26 : March 15, 2007, 11:32:21 AM

And then another source in Wisconsin says it's very close.  Gotta love the off season... ;D


There is "smoke" everywhere.

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#27 : March 15, 2007, 11:35:01 AM

DTG, I don't follow the logic.

If AZ only wants JT, then not only has to worry about the Bucs but the Browns as well. AZ really would need to swap with the Lions to be sure.

And I get why AZ would like JT, but just like the Browns, they've got to have an eager eye on Adrian Peterson as well.

I'd love to be the Lions - they really have a lot of options.

They have Edge in there.  Why would they fancy Peterson?  Edge makes a LOT of money, I doubt they want to investthat much into the running game...


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#28 : March 15, 2007, 11:35:37 AM

The Cards have a ton of room to maneuver, but what could they give up to swap spot?  Five to two, and what else???  They don't exaclty have a lot of second tier players of note...

The Cardinals have needs, but they really, really need a franchise OT. Like just about every other team in the league they have Joe Thomas as not only being the best OL available, but by a wide margin over Levi Brown. Brown and Thomas aren't even close. To me, it seems the Cardinals will be motivated to get it done, and would certainly consider trading their second round pick to swap with the Browns if CJ is gone and they're convinced the Bucs will then take JT.

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#29 : March 15, 2007, 11:39:11 AM

Just have to sit tight fellas. Its going to be a bumpy road for the next 45 days or so...



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