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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by metal957, Apr 17, 2006.
However I would rather it be DeAngelo Williams
Hmmmm....I hadn't ever thought of that happening. Interesting. don't think we need another RB though...would rather see us use that 32nd pick on a LB
Tye Hill picked twice in the first round. He'll be awful busy on Sunday's this year
Huh didn't see that but hey I didn't make it
The Colts trading up that far would surprise me.
The Steelers trading with us would almost surprise me, but we did get Chris Hope from them without much of a fight. They do have their championship.
Why would we trade up for a RB? We already have two decent ones for this year, unless we REALLY like Maroney. I think they went a little crazy with the trade thing.
Obviously the Titans don't make that trade unless they really like Maroney. I like the idea of going for quality more than quantity.
Brown is in the last year of his contract and we really don't know what we will have with Henry. If Henry works out he is a quality backup at a cheap price. If Maroney looks like he could be a solid improvement it isn't a bad trade. Stud RBs can produce fairly quickly.
Even if the Titans made that deal and took another player at another postion I would be all for it if we can improve a position on the team with the pick. If an OT they really covet is there when Pitt picks I like the idea of us getting the guy before Houston. If we trade down a few picks with our #3 and get an extra 2nd rounder that kind of trade makes even mmore sense. I would rather get 3 or 4 guys in this draft that are going to be quality players than guys just taking up space on the roster. We have some CAP room to work with for a few years and don't need to have a team of rookies and 2nd year guys anymore.
Minnesota trying to trade a pick, that ought be some good shot clock entertainment.
yep that draft looks good to me, especially that round 1 pick
I'm lovin it. Everything looks good. :thumb: