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  • A Denver 2010 Scenario

    Pick #1 1 overall Ndamukong Suh DT

    Pick #2 10 overall Sam Bradford QB

    Pick #3 45 overall Brandon Spikes ILB

    Pick #4 81 overall Dexter McCluster RB

    Pick #5 90 overall Myron Rolle S

    Pick #6 115 overall Danario Alexander WR

    Pick #7 186 overall Dekoda Watson OLB

    Pick #8 224 overall Carlton Mitchell WR



    Trade Tony Scheffler, Kenny McKinley, and Tom Brandstater to Arizona Cardinals for Anquan Boldin and 90th pick.

    Trade 2011 FRP, SRP, and Brandon Stokley to St Louis for the 1st overall pick

    Resign Brandon Marshall, Kyle Orton, Dumervil, Ty Law, Matt Prater, and Kuper to 3 or 4 year deals.

    Final Roster for 2010-2011

    Quarterbacks
    Kyle Orton QB
    Sam Bradford QB

    Running Backs
    Knowshon Moreno RB
    Correll Buckhalter RB
    Dexter McCluster RB
    Spencer Larsen FB
    Peyton Hillis FB

    Wide Receivers
    Eddie Royal WR
    Jabar Gaffney WR
    Brandon Marshall WR
    Anquan Boldin WR
    Danario Alexander WR
    Carlton Mitchell WR

    Tight Ends
    Daniel Graham TE
    Marquez Branson TE
    Richard Quinn TE

    Offensive Linemen
    Ryan Clady T
    Ryan Harris T
    Seth Olsen G
    Casey Wiegmann C
    Chris Kuper G
    Mitch Erickson G
    Tyler Polumbus T
    D'Anthony Batiste T

    Defensive Linemen
    Marcus Thomas NT
    Ndamukong Suh DE
    Ronald Fields NT
    J'Vonne Parker NT
    Baraka Atkins DE
    Jarvis Moss DE
    Ryan McBean DE
    Kenny Peterson DE

    Linebackers
    Robert Ayers OLB
    Elvis Dumervil OLB
    Mario Haggan OLB
    Andra Davis ILB
    D. J. Williams ILB
    Dekoda Watson OLB
    Brandon Spikes ILB
    Wesley Woodyard ILB
    Braxton Kelley ILB

    Defensive Backs
    Champ Bailey CB
    André Goodman CB
    Ty Law CB
    Alphonso Smith CB
    Brian Dawkins FS
    Darcel McBath FS
    Myron Rolle SS
    David Bruton SS

    Special Teams
    Lonie Paxton LS
    Britton Colquitt P
    Matt Prater K

    Any chance this could happen or any other things that u think could be better?

  • #2
    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    wow this is funny

    "Trade Tony Scheffler, Kenny McKinley, and Tom Brandstater to Arizona Cardinals for Anquan Boldin and 90th pick.

    Trade 2011 FRP, SRP, and Brandon Stokley to St Louis for the 1st overall pick "

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    • #3
      Originally posted by KCJ58 View Post
      hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

      wow this is funny

      "Trade Tony Scheffler, Kenny McKinley, and Tom Brandstater to Arizona Cardinals for Anquan Boldin and 90th pick.

      Trade 2011 FRP, SRP, and Brandon Stokley to St Louis for the 1st overall pick "
      Yeah it wont happen but it should.

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      • #4
        This sounds a lot like a Madden-esque "take the big name player and trade for the top 3 picks in the draft" pipe dream of a fifteen year old.

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        • #5
          A more realistic scenario, and one that provides us with some versatility.

          1) Rolando McClain- Alabama ILB- Not really any explanation needed.

          2) Rodger Saffold- Indiana OT/OG- Very good pass blocker, probably a reach in some peoples eyes but I think we will all notice that in the upcoming days, he will start to climb even more, and by draft day he will be a lock in the early-mid 2nd mocks.

          3) D'Anthony Smith- DE- Louisiana Tech- Yes, I see A LOT of potential in this guy, and think he's worth a shot if we were to trade down to the late 2nd or acquire a 3B pick. McDaniels has a tendency of drafting DE's in the 250 LB range and converting them to OLB's. (See Justin Rogers, Abraham Wright) With this and all the news of us trying to beef up on the o and d lines, I don't think you'll see us go for an end under 270 LBS. Smith was a college DT, but note that McDaniels also has a habit of taking 280+ LB DT's and coverting them to DE's as well. Smith would be an ideal fit in our scheme at DE. He has the athleticism. If we are going to pull the trigger on him here, he needs to work out for us privately, as he did not perform at the combine.

          4) Mitch Petrus OG Arkansas- I like this guy, and I think he presents good value in the 4th round, as opposed to the late 3rd. I honestly just googled some more info on him and just discovered he put up 45 reps at the combine. I had zero clue. Nice bonus I suppose. Could be gone before.

          5) Armanti Edwards- WR (QB?)- App State- This guy is special, I know he doesn't have a real position but McDaniels loves himself a guy who is versatile and who can flat out play.

          6) Emmanuel Sanders- WR- SMU

          7) Van Eskridge- DB- East Carolina

          Very mundane draft, not very sexy, but it covers our needs.
          Last edited by Jimmy; 03-03-2010, 11:51 AM.

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          • #6
            McClain is very sexy :)

            On another note, I am a big David Bruton fan, how did he do this year? Did he actually play? Any information would be appreciated.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by zachsaints52 View Post
              McClain is very sexy :)

              On another note, I am a big David Bruton fan, how did he do this year? Did he actually play? Any information would be appreciated.
              I think he had a few tackles here and there, I remember later in the season he picked it up in one particular game. I really see him as a standout special teams contributor (keith burns esque career) and a very solid backup safety a year from now.
              Last edited by Jimmy; 03-03-2010, 11:50 AM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Jimmy View Post
                I think he had a few tackles here and there, I remember later in the season he picked it up in one particular game. I really see him as a standout special teams contributor (keith burns esque career) and a very solid backup safety a year from now.
                I agree - Bruton looked great on special teams and contributed a bit late in the season on defense.

                Overall, we have a number of young safeties who look like they have some potential. McBath is probably the best of the bunch - I really liked his play last year. Hopefully the injury he suffered doesn't have any lasting effects.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by njx9
                  i would be very happy with this. though, did you just list players in order, or are the numbers round? we don't have a 5.
                  did not know that. well if armanti is there rd. 6 maybe swap him with sanders.

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