Breaking News: Richard Seymour traded to Oakland for Raiders 2011 first-round pick

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by Jazzy Titan, Sep 6, 2009.

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  1. From-the-stands

    From-the-stands Starter


    Oakland = Stupid Consumer / Patriots = Rooms To Go Furniture

    Get something right now that looks decent and make no payment until 2011, but it will be a piece of crap by the time the payments due.
  2. Yossarian

    Yossarian I am Him.


    Salaray Cap OFF!
  3. Eddyc85

    Eddyc85 Go Bucks!

    Well you didn't respond to my points you basically said "Well the Raiders suck and this move is stupid and they wont beat the Chargers."

    The Raiders can't keep adding top 10 draft picks, it gets expensive, so you get rid of one for a quality player. It's smart economics. And yes they do need help but they can't just keep losing over and over, at some point they need to be competitive even if it interferes with a rebuilding plan. The Chargers aren't as good as people think they are and if the Raiders could at least be competitive in that division it's winnable. Besides is Russell and McFadden have breakout years like I think they could then it's possible.

    And yea they do need pieces but again linebackers aren't a position of need. Again, I'm not sure how much of the Raiders you actually know or are just a hater because Morrison and Howard are about as good a LB duo as you'll find.

    I honestly wonder what the Patriots are thinking. A first round pick 2 years from now? Their good enough to win a Superbowl, they lose Vrabel, Bruschi and now they trade their best defensive player (arguably). Doesn't make sense to me. I guess they just feel overly confident about their young players.
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