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#30 : February 07, 2014, 07:58:43 PM

Trade up to 4th or 5th if Clowney/Watkins are there and grab either.
Do not let Clowney fall to the Falcons.

Not worth picking one of these QBs, every one seems to have some sort of flaw, grab competition of Glennon in free agency.


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#31 : February 07, 2014, 08:02:01 PM

None of these players are truly worth what it would take to get up to #3....but if there were a gun to my head forcing me to answer...then its Clowney or Teddy. Certainly not the smaller version of Michael Vick with a weaker arm.


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#32 : February 07, 2014, 08:56:57 PM

You trade up in the top 3 for a QB.....the end. The idea of doing it for Watson or Clowney is ridiculous.


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#33 : February 07, 2014, 08:59:03 PM

All depends on who you predict the player to be and how much you have to give up

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#34 : February 07, 2014, 08:59:18 PM

I would trade up for Clowney if he were to fall to five. I would t trade up for any qb. Just don't think any of them will be any good.

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#35 : February 07, 2014, 09:05:57 PM

Every team is Jaguars open to trading No. 3 their first round draft pick.

For the right price.



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#36 : February 07, 2014, 09:09:43 PM

I would trade up for Clowney if he were to fall to five. I would t trade up for any qb. Just don't think any of them will be any good.


If you don't like the QBs, that is fair....but trading away multiple 1sts and 2nd round picks to move up and take anyone other than a QB is just dumb. No other position is important enough to justify that type of move.


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#37 : February 07, 2014, 09:10:14 PM

You trade up in the top 3 for a QB.....the end. The idea of doing it for Watson or Clowney is ridiculous.

That's my belief too. There is no reason to draft clowney anyway if we can get our hands on allen or bring back bennett.

And fa qb is an extremely bad idea as well. Even IF tedford is some type of qb guru we all hope he becomes.

Clowney is extremely overrated to me anyhow.

Naismith was right about Revis. Everyone else is a dummy.

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#38 : February 07, 2014, 09:16:31 PM

None of these players are truly worth what it would take to get up to #3....but if there were a gun to my head forcing me to answer...then its Clowney or Teddy. Certainly not the smaller version of Michael Vick with a weaker arm.


Whoa, and that is coming from Texas guy? I thought you all were JFF's biggest fans.  [j/k]

We don't have the ammo anyway for trading up for anyone.  A trade down could possibly happen, to get a pick or two back. But I don't see a trade up at all.



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#39 : February 07, 2014, 09:24:36 PM

I think chace was saying the other day that actually teddy was the guy most wanted by texan fans.

To me, that doesn't say anything though. It's about as valid as a buc fan hating their qb. Right or wrong, It happens.

Naismith was right about Revis. Everyone else is a dummy.

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#40 : February 07, 2014, 09:31:15 PM

I think chace was saying the other day that actually teddy was the guy most wanted by texan fans.

To me, that doesn't say anything though. It's about as valid as a buc fan hating their qb. Right or wrong, It happens.


Down Houston way, their bat **CENSORED** crazy about JFF.  They act like the world will come to a end, if McNair doesn't take JFF #1.



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#41 : February 07, 2014, 10:03:31 PM

I think chace was saying the other day that actually teddy was the guy most wanted by texan fans.

To me, that doesn't say anything though. It's about as valid as a buc fan hating their qb. Right or wrong, It happens.

Nope. Certainly wasn't me.


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#42 : February 07, 2014, 10:09:41 PM

None of these players are truly worth what it would take to get up to #3....but if there were a gun to my head forcing me to answer...then its Clowney or Teddy. Certainly not the smaller version of Michael Vick with a weaker arm.


Whoa, and that is coming from Texas guy? I thought you all were JFF's biggest fans.  [j/k]

We don't have the ammo anyway for trading up for anyone.  A trade down could possibly happen, to get a pick or two back. But I don't see a trade up at all.

Lol. Might move in Texas, but I certainly have no loyalties to any team/player here.

We have the ammo....but it would be  a ton of future picks that would potentially cripple the immediate future of the team. An Andrew Luck type player would be worth it...Manziel? Ha!


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#43 : February 07, 2014, 10:12:04 PM

Would be absolutely insane to trade up for any of these QB, IMO.  Most of the Big Boards NOT Mock drafts, have the Qb's no higher than the 7th or 8th best player.  Most seem to have the 3 qb's ranked from around 8th down to 21st.  Keep in mind, in 2012, there was clear consensus of Luck and Griffin, at 1a and 1b. This class in has one qb in the top 10, usually Bridgwater at around 8, then the other 2 between 13 and 21. There is NO way Lovie Smith is gonna give up next years #1 and this years #2 for a Qb barely ranked in the top 10, of the best players in the country, especially when you can get a top 5 player at your #7 slot. 1st,2nd and 3rd picks are vital to building the nucleus of a team, and for quality depth, something we are severely lacking in.  We desparately need quality depth at almost every position on this team, but RB.  The draft is how you acquire this. It's unrealistic to add depth thru FA due to high salaries.

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#44 : February 07, 2014, 10:12:11 PM

Tampa Bay Buccaneers fans.. settling for a below average starting QB because he got lucky in a couple games. Some would rather finish 5-11 with Glennon then 11-5 with another QB.

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