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    • BucMyLife

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      Thoughts?

    • Anonymous

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      Umm why?

    • Anonymous

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      No

    • Anonymous

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      Don’t really have the ammo and Teddy is no Peyton.  No.  Just no.

    • Anonymous

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      Texans need a QB. Unless they aren’t sold on Bridgewater no way they trade it.

    • Anonymous

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      It would take most of our draft and likely next year’s first as well.  No way.  The Redskins are a great example of why that is a bad idea.

    • Anonymous

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      Agree completely with SAMMICH. Personally, I think we are OK at QB. Glennon has shown a lot with limited support. So, snagging a QB in the first is not a must! IMO I think we stick at #7 and draft either DE, LB or OL. If we want to pick up a QB, we can get that done in the second round. IMO we definitely need a stud TE which we haven’t had in years!!! Stick at 7

    • Anonymous

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      We would have to give up a Redskins type of haul, and even though we need a new QB giving up that much wouldn’t be prudent.

    • Anonymous

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      It takes 2 to tango.  Why would you think the Texans would not be interested in Bridgewater, as bad as their QB play was this season.

    • Anonymous

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      Maybe their GM thinks that there is more to Bridgewater ion this draft. Maybe he thinks he can still get a QB and additional picks. Who knows. Just asking if the board thinks its realistic and or possible to trade up since we sit at #7. I didn't say we should or that it could happen. Just asking for thoughts. I think we shoot ourselves in the foot in the past by trying to draft for need.  Think we should take BPA. (If that BPA is a OL/DEor TE)

    • Anonymous

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      Maybe their GM thinks that there is more to Bridgewater ion this draft. Maybe he thinks he can still get a QB and additional picks. Who knows. Just asking if the board thinks its realistic and or possible to trade up since we sit at #7. I didn't say we should or that it could happen. Just asking for thoughts. I think we shoot ourselves in the foot in the past by trying to draft for need.  Think we should take BPA. (If that BPA is a OL/DEor TE)

      Its hard to imagine them passing on Bridgewater, but I guess anything is possible.

    • nybucsfan

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      Been A BUC Fan Forever but unless Glazers shape up and act like owners and supply fans with a product one can be proud of I certainly want to jump ship and root for an organization that cares about the team n fans n not just about the $$$$ they’re making just producing shitty results with every year!!!!!GLAZERS WAKE UP OR SELL THE DAMN TEAM ALREADY!!!!!!!!

    • Anonymous

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      Just asking if the board thinks its realistic and or possible to trade up since we sit at #7.

      You shouldn't need the board to help you understand it is neither realistic or possible.  I suppose it is technically "possible", but not practically "possible"

    • Anonymous

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      Not worth it. I think it would be a perfect year to trade back and get some more picks. I really only like Bridgewater Bortles Mathews or Clowney in the top-10. If you cant get one of these get outta there. Not a fan of Mack or Barr at all. Also a bit wary of a LT that early unless its a lock like Mathews. Doesnt leave much value, as the DEs are lackluster this year and looks like Ebron Watkins and Mike Evans could be the best picks at no.7 which doesnt scream value. It will be interesting to see what Watkins 40 time is.

    • Anonymous

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      Thoughts?

      For?

    • Anonymous

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      It would take most of our draft and likely next year's first as well.  No way.  The Redskins are a great example of why that is a bad idea.

      +1

    • Anonymous

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      While I like Bridgewater alot, you couldnt put Peyton Manning behind this Oline and expect much.

    • Anonymous

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      While I like Bridgewater alot, you couldnt put Peyton Manning behind this Oline and expect much.

      No but you could put Tebow back there and let him run the ball half the time. The other half he could throw ducks and put up similar yards per game as Glennon. It's not hard to be or beat last place. Yee haw!

    • Anonymous

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      While I like Bridgewater alot, you couldnt put Peyton Manning behind this Oline and expect much.

      While I dislike the Oline I don't believe they're as terrible as some you make it seem. I just think they're overrated, you can't praise them one game then execute them the next. To say Peyton wouldn't produce wit this online is just ridiculous. He's too smart not to be successful. You overcome bad oline play by getting rid of the ball quickly and good movement in the pocket.

    • Anonymous

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      While I like Bridgewater alot, you couldnt put Peyton Manning behind this Oline and expect much.

      While I dislike the Oline I don't believe they're as terrible as some you make it seem. I just think they're overrated, you can't praise them one game then execute them the next. To say Peyton wouldn't produce wit this online is just ridiculous. He's too smart not to be successful. You overcome bad oline play by getting rid of the ball quickly and good movement in the pocket.

      I feel it's the opposite, I think that collectively, we haven't yet realized just how bad our Oline is.  It is, imho, the worst line in the league....and has been for years.  I truly believe it's that bad.

    • Anonymous

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      I’d be all for it but I think it would be cost-prohibitive

    • Anonymous

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      If we only needed a QB, sure why not roll the dice.  I think we all know we are further than 1 piece away. 

    • Anonymous

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      While I like Bridgewater alot, you couldnt put Peyton Manning behind this Oline and expect much.

      I call BS.  A QB like Manning or Brees would make our line look like all-pros.

    • Anonymous

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      One also has to remember before saying the o-line is horrible is that defenses were stacking the box against Glennon and daring him to throw. If the Bucs had Manning or Brees defenses would not play that way.

    • Anonymous

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      This team has to many holes to trade up.If anything they should trade down.

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