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  • #16
    Originally posted by Paul View Post
    Best: Herschel Walker Trade Obviously.

    Worst: Between the Joey Galloway trade (two 1st) or trading down in 2004 when SJax was fell into our laps. But JJ was somewhat solid while he was here and we're doing okay at RB now, so I'm going to go with the Joey Galloway trade.
    The Joey Galloway trade is far and away the worst trade Dallas has ever made. Parcells made up for passing on SJax with making a Pro Bowl RB out of a 4th round pick, but the Galloway trade just absolutely crippled the franchise. The guy that was supposed to be the savior of the WR position for us never had more than 908 yards, after tearing his ACL his first season with the team.

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    • #17
      Up there for the Patriots has to be Randy Moss for a 4th round pick and a 1st round pick for Deion Branch. Oh and Bill Belichick for a 1st round pick as well.

      Not really sure about worst trades although trading up for Chad Jackson when Greg Jennings was still on the board kinda hurts


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      • #18
        ummm

        too many bad ones


        Trading a 1st for Rob Johnson
        Trading a 1st for Drew Bledsoe
        Trading next years 1st to trade up and get JP Losman
        Jason Peters for a Late 1st round pick?

        kill me?


        best?

        out of our most recent trades....

        Willis McGahee two 3rds and a 5th
        out of those picks we got Marcus Stroud and Trent Edwards
        Last edited by BufFan71; 06-14-2009, 08:38 AM.

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        • #19
          Steelers best trade has to be getting Jerome Bettis from the Rams in 96.

          I can't really think of a worst one. We don't trade players very often.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Paul View Post
            Best: Herschel Walker Trade Obviously.

            Worst: Between the Joey Galloway trade (two 1st) or trading down in 2004 when SJax was fell into our laps. But JJ was somewhat solid while he was here and we're doing okay at RB now, so I'm going to go with the Joey Galloway trade.
            Originally posted by MetSox17 View Post
            The Joey Galloway trade is far and away the worst trade Dallas has ever made. Parcells made up for passing on SJax with making a Pro Bowl RB out of a 4th round pick, but the Galloway trade just absolutely crippled the franchise. The guy that was supposed to be the savior of the WR position for us never had more than 908 yards, after tearing his ACL his first season with the team.

            What these two said. What sucks more is that Galloway was supposed to make up for Irvin's retirement, and passing on Moss.
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            • #21
              Trading Rob Johnson to Buffalo for a 1st rd. pick= Fred Taylor

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              • #22
                Originally posted by 49ersfan_87 View Post
                Best

                Trading a 2nd and 4th round pick to Tampa Bay for Steve Young. Those 2 picks turned out to be LB Winston Moss and WR Bruce Hill. Neither played more than 4 years for Tampa Bay. Young went on to become a 1st-ballot HOFer, and arguably a top 10 QB of all time.

                Worst

                The 49ers traded up for J.J. Stokes in the 1995 draft, giving up a future 1st rounder. That pick would turn out to be the 26th selection in 1996. No big deal, right? It just turned out to be Ray Lewis. Stokes went on to have many mediocre seasons and was released in 2002. Ray Lewis is a guaranteed Hall of Famer. Swing and a miss for the 49ers here.
                Originally posted by GB12 View Post
                You can't judge trading draft picks based on who was selected. There's no way of knowing that the 49ers would have picked Ray Lewis like the Ravens did. They didn't trade Ray Lewis for JJ Stokes, they traded the 26th pick for JJ Stokes. Huge difference. Had that trade not happend it'd be more likely that the 49ers would have Alex Van Dyke.
                ^This

                Also, JJ Stokes actually had a hell of a career. 49er fans expected the next Jerry Rice, those expectations were ridiculous. He's a top-10 All-Time receiver for the team, all while being a 4th or 5th option most of the time. If a 1st round pick turns out to be one of the 10 most productive players at their position in the history of their team, I think you can consider that a success.

                Worst

                Trading Terrell Owens to the Philadelphia Eagles for Brandon Whiting

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by phlysac View Post
                  ^This

                  Also, JJ Stokes actually had a hell of a career. 49er fans expected the next Jerry Rice, those expectations were ridiculous. He's a top-10 All-Time receiver for the team, all while being a 4th or 5th option most of the time. If a 1st round pick turns out to be one of the 10 most productive players at their position in the history of their team, I think you can consider that a success.

                  Worst

                  Trading Terrell Owens to the Philadelphia Eagles for Brandon Whiting
                  He was an ok player, but he was a top 10 pick and we gave up another 1st rounder on top of that. He wasn't Rashaun Woods but for 2 1st round picks, he just wasn't worth what we gave up for him, making it a bad trade IMO. Had a hard time thinking about worse trades than that, but Owens was horrific. Forgot about that one.
                  Last edited by 49ersfan_87; 06-14-2009, 11:27 AM.

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
                    Packers' worst trade ever

                    The Packers acquired QB John Hadl for a 1st, 2nd and 3rd rounder in 1975 and a 1st and 3rd rounder in 1976. Hadl started 19 games as a Packer and tallied 9 TDs and 29 INTs.
                    not worse trading our long snapper, guaranteed first ballot hall of famer JJ Jansen to the Panthers for a conditional seventh rounder!

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                    • #25
                      Best: 1st round pick from Robb Johnson, which was used to get Fred Taylor.

                      Worst: hmm...dunno if there's been any bad trades in Jaguars history. Bad FA moves, yes, but I can't think of anything.

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                      • #26
                        Worst: Trading Paul Warfield

                        Best: Can't think of one that sticks out. Hopefully the Brady Quinn trade. The Shaun Rogers trade was a total steal as well.

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                        • #27
                          Best: Probably the Cutler trade

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                          • #28
                            Best: Trading JT for a 2nd and 5th round pick...then getting him back a year later.

                            Worst: Trading a 2nd rounder for AJ Feeley.

                            Props to fenikz on the awesome sig

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                            • #29
                              worst trade ever.

                              The Redskins traded their first rounder (#5) to the Saints for a first (#12), third (#71) fourth (#107), fifth (#144), sixth (#179) and seventh (#218) round pick in this year's draft, and a first and third round selection in 2000.

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Saints 4 Lyfe View Post
                                worst trade ever.

                                The Redskins traded their first rounder (#5) to the Saints for a first (#12), third (#71) fourth (#107), fifth (#144), sixth (#179) and seventh (#218) round pick in this year's draft, and a first and third round selection in 2000.
                                That was an epic failure of a trade. Mike Ditka was really stupid for that even though Ricky Williams was a hell of a player when he was on the Saints.

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