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  • #16
    Originally posted by bsaza2358 View Post
    Fair enough. I hope the Bills can make themselves a good deal. The franchise deserves better than what McGahee did to them.
    Just wait till he and the Ravens travel up north and watch what he does to them. :D The Bills better do something on draft day to get a quality RB whether its Turner or a draft pick.

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    On another note, Nicklas Backstrom is amazingly good.
    Meanwhile, in hockey the other night, the Washington Capitals' Eric Belanger gets hit with a stick, loses EIGHT teeth, has an instant root canal in the locker room, comes back out and PLAYS and never says boo.

    So new rule, NBA: Unless you have a root canal at halftime, SHUT UP AND PLAY!

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    • #17
      Lance Zierlein noted in his blog the other day that his gut feeling would be the Bills and it would involve their 2nd. My guess awhile back was Buffalo giving up a 2nd ... and a 2008 1st, which everyone would obviously be inclined to scream "too much".

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      • #18
        WAAAAY TOO MUCH! If they gave a 2nd and a 1st I would be pissed beyond belief.
        When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by toonsterwu View Post
          Lance Zierlein noted in his blog the other day that his gut feeling would be the Bills and it would involve their 2nd. My guess awhile back was Buffalo giving up a 2nd ... and a 2008 1st, which everyone would obviously be inclined to scream "too much".
          Because it is, laughably so.
          Pugnacity, testosterone, truculence, and belligerence.

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          • #20
            do u honestly see that happening toon?
            When I eat, it is the food that is scared.

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            • #21
              Do you think the Bills would pick for the Chargers at 12 and trade that player to the Chargers as part of the deal? And if so who would it be? I cant see anyone there that SD would really target. Any ideas?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Geo View Post
                Because it is, laughably so.
                If the scenario was switched I would be furious if San Diego was giving that up for MT too, I believe as most people do you have to build through the draft....

                BUT, don't be suprised if something like that happens. I know most people on here say oh a 2nd is fair that's probably what it will be, but AJ is a good, but stubborn GM. He set a value for Turner and he won't take what he feels is less than that value. If the deal goes down, the least I could see it being is a swapping of picks, but if the Bills really want Turner, they are going to have to trade a decent amount for him. I'm not necesarily saying hes worth it, but that's how it would play out...Though personally I think Turner would pan out well, it's all about how the Bills/Any other team feel about him.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by asmitty45 View Post
                  Do you think the Bills would pick for the Chargers at 12 and trade that player to the Chargers as part of the deal? And if so who would it be? I cant see anyone there that SD would really target. Any ideas?
                  They would target Patrick Willis, Reggie Nelson (though early considering recent stock fall), Any WR they feel really big on at that value, possibly a player to put on the D-Line...AJ has said he's open to just about any position but QB/RB/K/P in round 1 so it could be anyone.

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                  • #24
                    I don't think the Bills would be willing to drop that far...there will still be at least one or two near-elite prospects available at #12. (Of course, the Chargers would take this deal in a second.....I just don't think Levy would do it.)

                    The Titans are much more likely to engage in an exchange of first-round picks.....and if the Chargers are looking to move up in round one, I think the Titans will be their partner. Possibly the Packers, but I doubt it.

                    However, if it goes into the second round and a deal has not been struck, or if the Chargers are looking for a second-round pick straight up, then the Bills have the advantage on just about everyone.

                    Of course, the Browns could decide to throw their hat in the ring, which makes it all that much more interesting. If they're at all nervous about Peterson's durability, they could grab Quinn at #3, then trade their second-round pick straight up for Turner.

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                    • #25
                      what would they give up?


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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by zoinks View Post
                        I don't think the Bills would be willing to drop that far...there will still be at least one or two near-elite prospects available at #12. (Of course, the Chargers would take this deal in a second.....I just don't think Levy would do it.)

                        The Titans are much more likely to engage in an exchange of first-round picks.....and if the Chargers are looking to move up in round one, I think the Titans will be their partner. Possibly the Packers, but I doubt it.

                        However, if it goes into the second round and a deal has not been struck, or if the Chargers are looking for a second-round pick straight up, then the Bills have the advantage on just about everyone.

                        Of course, the Browns could decide to throw their hat in the ring, which makes it all that much more interesting. If they're at all nervous about Peterson's durability, they could grab Quinn at #3, then trade their second-round pick straight up for Turner.
                        Won't happen for a second rounder. Not because it wouldn't be a good deal necesarily, but beacuse the Chargers front office has a value on what is more beneficial for the Chargers.

                        In their (and my) eyes, its better to have Michael Turner for 100-120 carries off of LT shoulders to keep him good for the playoffs, and KR/PR duties another year then to have a second rounder.

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