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Old 02-28-2012, 01:09 PM    (permalink
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Two firsts and a second is fair price for moving from 6 to 2. Rams will want more. Maybe first and second this year and first and third next.
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Old 02-28-2012, 01:12 PM    (permalink
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Don't teams usally trade 2 1st round picks when trading up for the top 2-3 picks?
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Back in 04 the NY Gmen gave up two 1st's a 3rd and a 5th to move up from 4 to 1. Worked out well for them... If you think that RG3 is the guy... go get your guy... at any price.
The talk is two 1st round picks plus Washington's 2nd and 3rd this year.

1st + 1st + 3rd + 5th to move up 3 spots. 4 --> 1 for New York

1st + 1st + 2nd + 3rd to move up 4 spots. 6 --> 2 for Washington

We're talking a 2nd round pick instead of a 5th. That's a pretty big difference, imo. I still wouldn't call it impossible, though.
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Old 02-28-2012, 04:27 PM    (permalink
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I don't think the Redskins are nearly as bad as you seem to think. The defensive front 7 is strong (and the return of Jarvis Jenkins, who was viewed as their top DL guy, will help). They need a CB and a FS (more competition than anything, not that they need an elite guy in there at FS, as they have some options), but they have the makings of a solid defense. Offensively (besides QB), there's some raw pieces. They need two OL (RT and interior ... assuming Trent lays off the drugs) and a top WR, but they have RB options and a dynamic TE.

At the end of the day, if you truly believe that a QB is elite, the trade is okay.

That said, yesterday I cautioned to watch out for Tannehill and the Skins, and today, the Post noted the same thing. His skillset fits what the Shanahan's want. I think they probably have RG3 as their top option, but if the price gets too high, Tannehill at 6 may be appealing.
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no thats way to much. cam newton had steve smith , shockey, and greg olson, to throw to and johnathan stewart and deangelo williams in the backfield .. way more then he would have in wash.
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no thats way to much. cam newton had steve smith , shockey, and greg olson, to throw to and johnathan stewart and deangelo williams in the backfield .. way more then he would have in wash.
Meh, Steve Smith and Jeremy Shockey were thought of as washed up (Shockey probably still is). I'll give you Olsen and two good backs though.
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Old 02-28-2012, 05:47 PM    (permalink
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Even the team that drafts RG3 is not going to be playoff bound next year. What you will be is better and have a player that you can build your franchise around la a the NY Gmen. So if the Redskins give up two 1's a 2 and a 3 it's all good if RG3 becomes the guy... if he doesn't is when it hurts bad.
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Old 02-28-2012, 05:49 PM    (permalink
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Also what if the Rams do this trade soon and by all acts from GOD the Colts take RG3... Would the Skins or any other team be upset or happy or whatever about it.
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