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Old 04-04-2008, 01:52 PM   #16
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Re: Vinny Says "Draft Day Trade? Trading Down More Likely."

Almost forgot. Seattle needs a guard so they could be in the market to trade up for Albert. In which case we would get Seattles 1st (25th Overall) and their 2nd. After which we would probably draft Campbell or Phillips. This would prevent the Steelers from taking Albert, who at this point is the latest spot Albert would go.
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Old 04-04-2008, 01:55 PM   #17
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Almost forgot. Seattle needs a guard so they could be in the market to trade up for Albert. In which case we would get Seattles 1st (25th Overall) and their 2nd. After which we would probably draft Campbell or Phillips. This would prevent the Steelers from taking Albert, who at this point is the latest spot Albert would go.
The Seahawks signed Mike Wahle to play gaurd, so maybe not.
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:31 PM   #18
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The Seahawks signed Mike Wahle to play gaurd, so maybe not.
YOU DARE CHALLENGE MY EXCELLENT PREDICTION SKILLS!!! WHERE I SAY A 1,000 THINGS LIKE NOSTRODAMUS IN HOPES THAT ONE OF THEM COMES TRUE!!! Lol, jk.

However I will argue even though you bring up a good point the fact remains that the Seahawks drafted Chris Spencer when they had Reggie Toback at center in 2005. On top of that Walter Jones is getting up there in age, and the running game has suffered since they lost Steve Hutchinson.

To make matters worse Wahle was cut, and even if he does revert to his more dominant form the fact remains that he's still 31 years old, so he's not exactly a spring chicken. Anyway thats my argument for the Seahawks possibly making a move to pick up Branden Albert. Of course, in the end all of this is a big "if". Right now I'm just looking at possiblities. In the end our greatest chance to trade back would be if Kelly, Albert, Merling, Jenkins, and Talib were all available at 21.
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Old 04-04-2008, 03:43 PM   #19
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YOU DARE CHALLENGE MY EXCELLENT PREDICTION SKILLS!!! WHERE I SAY A 1,000 THINGS LIKE NOSTRODAMUS IN HOPES THAT ONE OF THEM COMES TRUE!!! Lol, jk.

However I will argue even though you bring up a good point the fact remains that the Seahawks drafted Chris Spencer when they had Reggie Toback at center in 2005. On top of that Walter Jones is getting up there in age, and the running game has suffered since they lost Steve Hutchinson.

To make matters worse Wahle was cut, and even if he does revert to his more dominant form the fact remains that he's still 31 years old, so he's not exactly a spring chicken. Anyway thats my argument for the Seahawks possibly making a move to pick up Branden Albert. Of course, in the end all of this is a big "if". Right now I'm just looking at possiblities. In the end our greatest chance to trade back would be if Kelly, Albert, Merling, Jenkins, and Talib were all available at 21.
Well, I hope you are right, because I like the idea of getting more picks. According to what I have heard Cerrato say, he likes the second and third round talent pool, better than the first.
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Old 04-04-2008, 04:00 PM   #20
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Re: Vinny Says "Draft Day Trade? Trading Down More Likely."

Draft day??? Can't wait!!!!!
Been a long time since we had a full boat++ of picks
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Old 04-05-2008, 12:31 AM   #21
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Re: Vinny Says "Draft Day Trade? Trading Down More Likely."

ZOMG!!!! Guys looks like a draft day trade with the Falcons might not be out of the question.

Here's what Mel Kiper has to say:
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Similar to what Cleveland did last year with Brady Quinn, don't be surprised if the Atlanta Falcons try and trade back into the latter stages of the first round to draft Flacco
If I remember right, Brady was taken around 22nd overall. Looks like my Campbell (DE Miami), Smith (CB/S Oklahoma), Jordy Nelson (WR KSU), McGlynn (C/G/T Pitt), and DeMario (DT NC State) draft could become a reality. Or maybe you switch Jordy for Dre Moore (DT Maryland) if he falls to the top of the third round, but I think I'd rather have a Jordy/Demario combo instead of a Moore/Simpson combo. And of course maybe they go for Flowers instead of Smith if Flowers fall that deep into the second round.
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at 21 we're not in any position to get serious trade up offers without someone slipping (or a team desperate for henne pretty early).
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