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#3690 : March 20, 2013, 09:21:23 PM

Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy
Mark Barron- Didnt really impress me this year but I believe he has all the tools/talent to be great in this league
Adrian Clayborn- Huge fan of his but his erb palsy and season ending injury last year scares me
Gmac- Great player when healthy but 2 season injuries vs 1 healthy season is concerning
Josh Freeman- I hope this kid succeeds but lets face it no wanted him in 2009 and he might be playing for the cardinals this time next year

The last GOOD draft was 1995 courtesy of Sam Wyche. you may be right in the contract/money aspect of things but talking about the talent aspect of things, the bucs aren't too great at finding it in the first rounds.

The last good draft was 2012.

Those last five first round picks I listed, the Bucs wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis.

There\'s a very real chance the Bucs waive [Revis] before next season. At the very least, it will be a discussion worth having.

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#3691 : March 20, 2013, 09:25:03 PM

Well, Captain is staying with the Panthers.

#BucsCBproblems


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#3692 : March 20, 2013, 09:25:21 PM

The Jets would only accept dougie for Revis

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#3693 : March 20, 2013, 09:25:38 PM

Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy
Mark Barron- Didnt really impress me this year but I believe he has all the tools/talent to be great in this league
Adrian Clayborn- Huge fan of his but his erb palsy and season ending injury last year scares me
Gmac- Great player when healthy but 2 season injuries vs 1 healthy season is concerning
Josh Freeman- I hope this kid succeeds but lets face it no wanted him in 2009 and he might be playing for the cardinals this time next year

The last GOOD draft was 1995 courtesy of Sam Wyche. you may be right in the contract/money aspect of things but talking about the talent aspect of things, the bucs aren't too great at finding it in the first rounds.

The last good draft was 2012.

Those last five first round picks I listed, the Bucs wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis.

They wouldn't? I wouldn't trade McCoy or Martin for Revis. Clayborn Freeman or Barron? All day.

Go Bucs

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#3694 : March 20, 2013, 09:27:38 PM

Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy
Mark Barron- Didnt really impress me this year but I believe he has all the tools/talent to be great in this league
Adrian Clayborn- Huge fan of his but his erb palsy and season ending injury last year scares me
Gmac- Great player when healthy but 2 season injuries vs 1 healthy season is concerning
Josh Freeman- I hope this kid succeeds but lets face it no wanted him in 2009 and he might be playing for the cardinals this time next year

The last GOOD draft was 1995 courtesy of Sam Wyche. you may be right in the contract/money aspect of things but talking about the talent aspect of things, the bucs aren't too great at finding it in the first rounds.

The last good draft was 2012.

Those last five first round picks I listed, the Bucs wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis.

They wouldn't? I wouldn't trade McCoy or Martin for Revis. Clayborn Freeman or Barron? All day.

I agree.. I wouldn't want to see Barron go but I'd get over it.

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#3695 : March 20, 2013, 09:33:20 PM

They wouldn't? I wouldn't trade McCoy or Martin for Revis. Clayborn Freeman or Barron? All day.

Positionally, you would never trade your starting QB for another position.

Clayborn plays a more important position and costs less over the next three seasons than one year of Revis. Barron has four years left for less, total, than one year of Revis.

Revis is better at his position than any of those players are at theirs, but that isn't the biggest criteria in doing a deal. Good players in their rookie deals are imperative for a team to be able to have a legit shot at winning and winning continuously.

There\'s a very real chance the Bucs waive [Revis] before next season. At the very least, it will be a discussion worth having.

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#3696 : March 20, 2013, 09:50:58 PM

They'd probably trade Barron for him without sneezing.


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#3697 : March 20, 2013, 09:53:49 PM

Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy
Mark Barron- Didnt really impress me this year but I believe he has all the tools/talent to be great in this league
Adrian Clayborn- Huge fan of his but his erb palsy and season ending injury last year scares me
Gmac- Great player when healthy but 2 season injuries vs 1 healthy season is concerning
Josh Freeman- I hope this kid succeeds but lets face it no wanted him in 2009 and he might be playing for the cardinals this time next year

The last GOOD draft was 1995 courtesy of Sam Wyche. you may be right in the contract/money aspect of things but talking about the talent aspect of things, the bucs aren't too great at finding it in the first rounds.
why exactly does AC's erb palsy scare you?? really???


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#3698 : March 20, 2013, 09:56:48 PM


Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy

no comparison

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#3699 : March 20, 2013, 10:32:25 PM

They'd probably trade Barron for him without sneezing.

I would hope so.


Hell, brees might not be as accurate as manziel.

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#3700 : March 20, 2013, 10:36:49 PM

Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy
Mark Barron- Didnt really impress me this year but I believe he has all the tools/talent to be great in this league
Adrian Clayborn- Huge fan of his but his erb palsy and season ending injury last year scares me
Gmac- Great player when healthy but 2 season injuries vs 1 healthy season is concerning
Josh Freeman- I hope this kid succeeds but lets face it no wanted him in 2009 and he might be playing for the cardinals this time next year

The last GOOD draft was 1995 courtesy of Sam Wyche. you may be right in the contract/money aspect of things but talking about the talent aspect of things, the bucs aren't too great at finding it in the first rounds.

The last good draft was 2012.

Those last five first round picks I listed, the Bucs wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis.

They wouldn't? I wouldn't trade McCoy or Martin for Revis. Clayborn Freeman or Barron? All day.


I wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis. Why would you trade any of your young building blocks for a 28 year old contract diva coming off an ACL injury? Nobody even knows how this guy is going to respond from that injury. If he was healthy, maybe. Otherwise it is foolishness, IMO.


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#3701 : March 20, 2013, 10:39:01 PM

Trading any of the core players is dumb.

Can't make a hole to fill one.   Players are a finite resource

Go get Bridgewater.   Do what it takes.

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#3702 : March 20, 2013, 10:39:41 PM

Doug martin- Great player but lets not get too excited because we all blew our loads early on Caddy
Mark Barron- Didnt really impress me this year but I believe he has all the tools/talent to be great in this league
Adrian Clayborn- Huge fan of his but his erb palsy and season ending injury last year scares me
Gmac- Great player when healthy but 2 season injuries vs 1 healthy season is concerning
Josh Freeman- I hope this kid succeeds but lets face it no wanted him in 2009 and he might be playing for the cardinals this time next year

The last GOOD draft was 1995 courtesy of Sam Wyche. you may be right in the contract/money aspect of things but talking about the talent aspect of things, the bucs aren't too great at finding it in the first rounds.

The last good draft was 2012.

Those last five first round picks I listed, the Bucs wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis.

They wouldn't? I wouldn't trade McCoy or Martin for Revis. Clayborn Freeman or Barron? All day.


I wouldn't trade any of them straight up for Revis. Why would you trade any of your young building blocks for a 28 year old contract diva coming off an ACL injury? Nobody even knows how this guy is going to respond from that injury. If he was healthy, maybe. Otherwise it is foolishness, IMO.
Um so why why are we talking about trading these guys?? umm you guys no thats not even being discussed right?  ???


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#3703 : March 20, 2013, 10:43:35 PM

As far as trading players for Revis, I don't think the Jets would be interested.  They really need the draft picks.  With that new GM, they are definitely in rebuild mode. They definitely don't need to trade for players with huge salaries.  The draft picks will be cheap salaries, at least for 3-4 years or whatever.


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#3704 : March 20, 2013, 10:44:19 PM

Um so why why are we talking about trading these guys?? umm you guys no thats not even being discussed right?  ???

It's a discussion of value. It's a forum, not a negotiation with the Jets.

There\'s a very real chance the Bucs waive [Revis] before next season. At the very least, it will be a discussion worth having.
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