Besides C.J., who's trade bait?

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  1. JCBRAVE

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    I was trying to keep C.J. out of this discussion because he's the most obviously one, but since this is a QB league, how do you guys feel about sending C.J. to Philly for Kolb? I believe we're all sold on Kolb. My only trepidation is adding C.J. to an already great offense.
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  2. Fry

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    I'd feel bad for the people who find me hanging from my ceiling fan after that happens.

    I'm not opposed to bringing Kolb in, in fact I'm all for it, but CJ>Kolb 10X.
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    I'm all for it... if they give us DeSean Jackson and LeSean McCoy along with Kolb.

    The guy I'd consider trading CJ for would be Peyton Hillis. He would definitely fit our '99-'00 style of offense. The dude is an absolute monster.
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  4. mr tex

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    Philly doesn't need CJ, they've got McCoy who runs well enough & catches better than CJ.
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    To be honest, I would hate to see Johnson go for a rather unproven commodity. Sure Kolb has had flashes of being a solid QB, but let's give the Eagles receiving core/blocking game the advantage over Tennessee. I think going after a QB in this year's draft is a better option if keeping Johnson is the goal. But who knows, this organization could decide otherwise and potentially send Johnson off for some player and picks.
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    I wouldn't trade CJ for anything less than what Dallas gave up for Roy Williams. CJ will be All-Pro on any team he plays on.

    I like Kolb too but I wouldn't trade more than a 3rd rounder for him. I would think that Griffin and Tulloch have some trade value and maybe one of our OL (Roos/Stewart).

    Aside from that, I don't know that many teams would trade for any of our guys.
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    Well it looks like we all agree on some things. ^^^^^
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  8. Big Time Titan

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    Which part?
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    You guys talking CJ need to remember that he doesn't have to sign any contract with the Titans after this season. I am sure he and his agent have had discussions on other possible landing spots after this year. If they even consider trading him in the slightest, which I don't think they do, it will have to be this season. If they don't pay him the big bucks....CJ walks!

    Also back to Jake Scott.... I believe the Colts are desperate for an experienced OL. He came from the Colts so he might be trade bait?
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    I'd hate to think about what this team would look like without CJ. Oh wait, we played without CJ @ Houston and we saw how bad that turned out for us.
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