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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Puck, Apr 10, 2011.
How about just our third for McNabb?
I've been saying this for weeks now, well said sir. I have to believe the the Titans have learned their lesson, if they haven't god help us.
I like Watt, but he's no Fairley.
Nick aint Albert for one. He's a happy camper, Fat Al was never happy about anything, it wasn't in him to be happy. We won't have a Baby Haynesworth, we'll have something better called a Nick Fairley. If the laziness comparisons fade away, I'll be 110% behind drafting Fairley at 8. But aren't all fat people "lazy"? The film shows Fairley being held up here and there, but big guys get winded easier than others. It's okay to get blocked occasionally, just don't turn into SenDerrick Marks or Jovan Haye, and waste all our time.
I'm going to say this clear as possible.
MCNABB IS NOT A REDSKIN!!!!! He is a free agent! UFA! We don't have to give a damn thing for him!
Stop talking about trading for him.
Albert has 2 inches and 30 lbs on him. That's the problem with taking Fairley. A DT under 300 lbs in the top 10?
Um... McNabb re-signed with Washington. He is not a UFA.
There's a good chance he'll be released as soon as a new CBA is reached, but he is under contract with the Redskins for 2011 and beyond. If the Redskins don't come out of the draft with a new QB and the labor situation extends until August or September, there's a chance we'll see McNabb behind center in Washington for one more season.
Before you shout about things, you should make sure you're correct.
Mcnabb is a Redskin the same way Vince Young is a Titan. As soon as the lockout ends he will be a free agent. Nobody in their right mind would give a draft pick for him and inherit that $15M a year contract that runs through 2014 when Mcnabb will be 37.
"There's a good chance he'll be released as soon as a new CBA is reached,"
Really? So what does that make him then?
Let's offer the Skins a draft pick or two really fast before they announce he is released!!!!
VY is in an option year though, which makes him far more likely to be straightup released than McNabb though...Am I right?