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: March 25, 2007, 10:39:30 AM

These teams coaches and GMs are in save their jobs mode.  Who knows what Al Davis will do but when will he get the number one overall pick again.  These teams need to make franchise changing picks, no matter what smoke screens they're putting out.  Oakland must take Ja Russell or Brady Quinn.  Detroit has to take Russell or Quinn, I think they'll consider  A.Peterson. Cleveland takes Russell/Quinn if available or have to take A.Peterson.  I think the odds are that both CJ and/or JT  will be there for Tampa. Options are open to Bucs at this point. They are indeed happy to be at the 4 spot.  Anyone agree ?

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#1 : March 25, 2007, 11:08:42 AM

I think Detroit would love to trade with Tampa. They pick up some picks AND get the guy Marinelli really wants. Gaines Adams.
I know they need a QB, but I hear they`re really high on Drew Stanton. They can most likely get him in the 2nd, maybe the 3rd. If we did trade with them, they would end up with the 34th and 35th picks. That would go a long way torwards making that team better. I also think Jon and Bruce may be desperate enough to do it to get CJ. If Oakland doesnt take him of course.


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#2 : March 25, 2007, 11:23:26 AM

Teams don't generally trade out of the top five. Teams within the top five do exchange picks a little more often. That doesn't mean it won't happen just that the fear of a team such as the Falcons trading up is probably just a bit of paranoia on Bucs fans who really are focused on CJ.  The chance that the Bucs trade with the Lions is probably higher than the Falcons trading spots with the Lions and both are probably far fetched at the moment since my own reading of the tea leaves suggests that either the Raiders will select CJ or he will fall to the Bucs.

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#3 : March 25, 2007, 12:37:50 PM

These teams coaches and GMs are in save their jobs mode. Who knows what Al Davis will do but when will he get the number one overall pick again.

This is the 1st time the Raiders have ever had the #1 overall pick in their entire history as a franchise. I think there will be a trade, I think its going to be Detroit myself

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#4 : March 25, 2007, 03:24:07 PM

i completely agree logan bucs i think that either JT or CJ will be there for us when we pick.

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#5 : March 25, 2007, 06:38:16 PM

If anyone is going to trade i think it will be Detroit also and b/c i think they really want Adams or anderson and can't take either one of them at 2 if CJ is there b/c they will get killed by the media.

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#6 : March 25, 2007, 07:54:43 PM

Why do people keep saying that Atlanta is going to trade up? I dont think so. To have a chance at CJ, they would need to move into the top 3. That would cost them their 1st and two 2nds this year and also next year's 1st. And maybe more...

McKay and Blank may want CJ really bad, but are they willing to blow their draft for the next 2 years on him? I doubt it.

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#7 : March 25, 2007, 07:58:39 PM

I think when Larry Fitzgerlad entered the draft years ago,wasnt he considered the best player in the draft? He fell to #3 and CJ could do the same to #4 :)


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#8 : March 25, 2007, 10:30:01 PM

Why do people keep saying that Atlanta is going to trade up? I dont think so. To have a chance at CJ, they would need to move into the top 3. That would cost them their 1st and two 2nds this year and also next year's 1st. And maybe more...

McKay and Blank may want CJ really bad, but are they willing to blow their draft for the next 2 years on him? I doubt it.
Why do u say this? Not trying to say your wrong just wondering why they would have to do that? What if Rod M. and Mckay just did a deal swapping picks? Is that against the rules.

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#9 : March 25, 2007, 10:46:07 PM

If anyone is going to trade i think it will be Detroit also and b/c i think they really want Adams or anderson and can't take either one of them at 2 if CJ is there b/c they will get killed by the media.
Seems they're screwed cuz everyone will kill them if they take ANOTHER WR... Lions need to take a QB, Kitna's old, Orvloskey... hahaha right...


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#10 : March 26, 2007, 12:09:53 AM

Why do people keep saying that Atlanta is going to trade up? I dont think so. To have a chance at CJ, they would need to move into the top 3. That would cost them their 1st and two 2nds this year and also next year's 1st. And maybe more...

McKay and Blank may want CJ really bad, but are they willing to blow their draft for the next 2 years on him? I doubt it.
Why do u say this? Not trying to say your wrong just wondering why they would have to do that? What if Rod M. and Mckay just did a deal swapping picks? Is that against the rules.

It's not against the rules but why would they do that?

At a minimum it will cost two second rounders this year and next years 2nd rounder they just got from Houston.

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#11 : March 26, 2007, 12:32:15 AM

Why do people keep saying that Atlanta is going to trade up? I dont think so. To have a chance at CJ, they would need to move into the top 3. That would cost them their 1st and two 2nds this year and also next year's 1st. And maybe more...

McKay and Blank may want CJ really bad, but are they willing to blow their draft for the next 2 years on him? I doubt it.
Why do u say this? Not trying to say your wrong just wondering why they would have to do that? What if Rod M. and Mckay just did a deal swapping picks? Is that against the rules.

There is a value associated with each pick.  It's flexible, but pretty clearly defined.  Do a search for "chart", one should come up eventually, you'll find the values listed in it.
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