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If we made this trade, it would have to be for AP. I'm not sure it is a good idea. One thing is for sure, we are officially taking offers for Vilma. I hate it when the Jets do this stuff. To add to the bad Thomas to the Pats news, I had this thought.The Pats no longer need to use their #1 on a LB and will probably take the best corner available. We pick next and that kind of screws up our options.Then they pick 8 picks ahead uf us again before our #6 in the second round. I hate those F'ers.
the ONLY way i would want to trade vilma is if we got a great 3-4 ILB so i would want donnie edwards or ed hartwell from free agency AND we got a 3-4 OLB like tully banta-cain....also, i think vilma a 1 and a 2 is too much for AP, according to the trade value chart, this trade would value vilma as the #6 pick overall and i think he should be valued as more than that for the lions because hes young, amazing in the 4-3, and fits their need....if we did vilma a 1 and a 3 it would value vilma as between the 4th and 5th pcik so i think that would be fairer evaluation adn we could probably still get a late round pick
lets just say we draft chris houston at 25 and michael bush round 2, that would be michael bush, chris houston, and john vilma for adrian peterson....looking at it tah way it doesnt sound so bad, but i can't see the jets without vilma, and plus taht would open up a huge vacancy at ILB where we are already looking for improvement at the other ILB position