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#4830 : March 28, 2013, 12:34:54 AM

This would assume that those draft picks translate into 4-5 starters

I was only assuming one draft pick in my scenario, but the two free agents signed with Revis money would definitely start. You could also go with less pricey free agents and sign Sean Smith, Rogers-Cromartie and Amendola and fill three starting spots and the return job for roughly the same cost of Revis. And then still draft Jarvis Jones or whatever.

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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#4831 : March 28, 2013, 01:00:25 AM

This would assume that those draft picks translate into 4-5 starters

I was only assuming one draft pick in my scenario, but the two free agents signed with Revis money would definitely start. You could also go with less pricey free agents and sign Sean Smith, Rogers-Cromartie and Amendola and fill three starting spots and the return job for roughly the same cost of Revis. And then still draft Jarvis Jones or whatever.

too late for that now

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#4832 : March 28, 2013, 01:13:29 AM

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#4833 : March 28, 2013, 01:14:40 AM

I'm more curious as to who the other possible players in benchwarmers scenario would be? 

Blount would be the obvious answer from our side
Wright has been said to be on the block and would help add depth to their now depleted secondary.
Meredith has also been rumored to be available, and the Jets need help all over their roster.
My surprise option would be Davin Joseph.  Does his contract make him untradeable?  The Jets have needs on the O-line, and it would explain why they backed off of a 1st round pick to get a former pro-bowl G.  The Bucs have also reportedly shown interest in some OG prospects (Winters, Quessenberry, Tretter) who are projected to go in the 3-5 round range.

From the Jets side there aren't many options that would be enticing for the Bucs.
Joe McKnight is a guy that could bring some KR ability and a change of pace back, and he's still young. 
Jeremy Kerley may be expendable with Holmes coming back and Hill being a high draft pick with upside. Like McKnight, he's young, would add offensive explosiveness, and KR/PR ability.
I'm sure there are others, but their roster really is horrible.

I'd be pissed if we traded Joseph. I am excited to see what our line looks like with a healthy Nicks and Joseph.

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#4834 : March 28, 2013, 01:38:38 AM

I'm more curious as to who the other possible players in benchwarmers scenario would be? 

Blount would be the obvious answer from our side
Wright has been said to be on the block and would help add depth to their now depleted secondary.
Meredith has also been rumored to be available, and the Jets need help all over their roster.
My surprise option would be Davin Joseph.  Does his contract make him untradeable?  The Jets have needs on the O-line, and it would explain why they backed off of a 1st round pick to get a former pro-bowl G.  The Bucs have also reportedly shown interest in some OG prospects (Winters, Quessenberry, Tretter) who are projected to go in the 3-5 round range.

From the Jets side there aren't many options that would be enticing for the Bucs.
Joe McKnight is a guy that could bring some KR ability and a change of pace back, and he's still young. 
Jeremy Kerley may be expendable with Holmes coming back and Hill being a high draft pick with upside. Like McKnight, he's young, would add offensive explosiveness, and KR/PR ability.
I'm sure there are others, but their roster really is horrible.

I'd be pissed if we traded Joseph. I am excited to see what our line looks like with a healthy Nicks and Joseph.

I'm confident nicks can stay healthy. Joseph not so much. Nicks is more important anyway.

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#4835 : March 28, 2013, 05:35:42 AM



This would assume that those draft picks translate into 4-5 starters

Not what I posted.  Take that money and give it to TWO starters - that's TWO and then I'm sure you Dom lovers will swear he'll have another great draft, right?  He's figured it out, right?  Schiano's helping him, right?  So add the first and second picks like last year, right?  THAT'S FOUR FOR MY NON-adding red board friends.

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#4836 : March 28, 2013, 07:19:28 AM

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You guys need to get off my back. I have a plan.  #Revis

What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.

           

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#4837 : March 28, 2013, 07:26:48 AM

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You guys need to get off my back. I have a plan.  #Revis

Ugh you had my hopes up that that was a real tweet lol

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#4838 : March 28, 2013, 08:25:17 AM

I'm more curious as to who the other possible players in benchwarmers scenario would be? 

Blount would be the obvious answer from our side
Wright has been said to be on the block and would help add depth to their now depleted secondary.
Meredith has also been rumored to be available, and the Jets need help all over their roster.
My surprise option would be Davin Joseph.  Does his contract make him untradeable?  The Jets have needs on the O-line, and it would explain why they backed off of a 1st round pick to get a former pro-bowl G.  The Bucs have also reportedly shown interest in some OG prospects (Winters, Quessenberry, Tretter) who are projected to go in the 3-5 round range.

From the Jets side there aren't many options that would be enticing for the Bucs.
Joe McKnight is a guy that could bring some KR ability and a change of pace back, and he's still young. 
Jeremy Kerley may be expendable with Holmes coming back and Hill being a high draft pick with upside. Like McKnight, he's young, would add offensive explosiveness, and KR/PR ability.
I'm sure there are others, but their roster really is horrible.

I'd be pissed if we traded Joseph. I am excited to see what our line looks like with a healthy Nicks and Joseph.

I think the trade would look like this IMO: (With a bit of insight but nothing exact)

BUCS TRADE:
2013 2nd Round Pick
2014 1st Round Pick

JETS TRADE:
Darrelle Revis

I dont believe any of that extra stuff about the players. The bucs like accumulating draft picks with their players not as extra ammo. The Jets wanted the Revis trade to be similar to the Harvin deal so they got what they wanted. But knowing that our 1st is worth quite a bit more then the Hawks

Here is how I think the rest of the off-season is played out:

1. Darrelle Revis gets extended -- 7 YR/ 93 Mill (13.25 Mill/ YR)
2. Sign Michael Coe -- 2 YR/ 4 Mill (2 Mill/ YR)
3. Restructure Eric Wright -- 4 YR/ 14 Mill (3.5 Mill/ YR)
4. TRADE Legarrette Blount For a 2013 4th Round Pick
5. TRADE Jamon Meredith For a 2013 6th Round Pick
6. Extend Mike Williams -- 5 YR/ 35 Mill (7 Mill/ YR)


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#4839 : March 28, 2013, 08:27:25 AM

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You guys need to get off my back. I have a plan.  #Revis

This tweet was originally posted at 4:23 pm. We all know Dom leaves @ 4:00 pm exactly everyday.

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#4840 : March 28, 2013, 08:28:47 AM

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You guys need to get off my back. I have a plan.  #Revis

This tweet was originally posted at 4:23 pm. We all know Dom leaves @ 4:00 pm exactly everyday.

Wait so it was real? Lol..I couldnt find it

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#4841 : March 28, 2013, 08:29:23 AM

I feel like Dominik would spell his name correctly.

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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#4842 : March 28, 2013, 08:33:06 AM

I think if we keep the tweet updates coming, we can get to 500.

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#4843 : March 28, 2013, 08:35:44 AM

I feel like Dominik would spell his name correctly.

Haha, some think he is very stupid, so maybe not!

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#4844 : March 28, 2013, 08:53:55 AM

He usually spells it Dummynik. I was giving him some credit.

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