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bigdaddy2348 12-28-2009 11:09 AM

If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
[COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]Remember the 2004 Draft where Washington picked Sean Taylor with the 5th pick and Cleveland pick Kellen Winslow with the 6th. I found this to be sort of [COLOR=black][FONT=Verdana]eerie. What impact player should we take if the scenario stayed the same?[/FONT][/COLOR]
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maroonandblack30 12-28-2009 11:10 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
trade down for more pics

Big C 12-28-2009 11:13 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
id trade down. i dont think okung or trent williams is good enough to be a top 5 pick personally. id trade down, get a lineman that has true value at the pick, and get some more picks along the way. it shouldnt be too hard to trade down as long as clausen or bradford are still on the board at the time.

Chico23231 12-28-2009 11:14 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
Clausen, Suh, and Okung still probably gone at this this point. Ideally trading down would be great and pick RT Trent Williams.

warriorzpath 12-28-2009 11:17 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
See there's one bright spot to the redskins' miserable record and season - position for the next draft.

I hate to say it, but this is the only time that I hope that the redskins lose in the past several seasons. I hope they perform well, but still lose by like 1-3 points.

rbanerjee23 12-28-2009 11:19 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
Why is that eerie? Washington and Cleveland have been, for the past decade, part of the bottom third of the league. It was bound to happen that they would get early picks and occasionally line up.

redsk1 12-28-2009 11:20 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
5th pick would be good. We'd have options to trade down most likely. I'll root for a win this Sunday, but I won't be upset about another loss. We should get the opportunity to draft a stud olineman or trade down for another pick in the 2nd or 3rd.

I believe if we win we may slide down in the draft order a couple/few spots. SD has no reason to play their starters either. Unfortunately for us their backups are better than our backups most likely.

SmootSmack 12-28-2009 11:24 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
Is this for sure? Because I thought it was Cleveland 5th and Redskins 6th?

rbanerjee23 12-28-2009 11:27 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
[quote=redsk1;646916]5th pick would be good. We'd have options to trade down most likely. I'll root for a win this Sunday, but I won't be upset about another loss. We should get the opportunity to draft a stud olineman or trade down for another pick in the 2nd or 3rd.

I believe if we win we may slide down in the draft order a couple/few spots. SD has no reason to play their starters either. Unfortunately for us their backups are better than our backups most likely.[/quote]

I don't know, our backups may be worse but they have a lot more experience considering they have been playing solid minutes since what, week 4, 5? lol

skinsfaninok 12-28-2009 11:28 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
If okung is gone but bradford is there I say take Bradford, IMO he's going o be to good to pass up

Longtimefan 12-28-2009 11:45 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
We certainly have more than one need, all of which cannot be met in one offseason. The FO thinking should be driven by what to do about the QB position, and how to fix the O-line. I would trade down in an effort to get more picks, being careful not to neglect our most glaring weaknesses in the process.

LMsexyAO 12-28-2009 11:52 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
People say trade down like it's automatic.. with today's rookie contracts and the inherent gamble with any top pick, who do you think is going to be desperate enough to want ours?

SmootSmack 12-28-2009 11:57 AM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
Trading down at that point is going to be very tough. It would be easier to trade our 2nd round pick down for more picks

Longtimefan 12-28-2009 12:06 PM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
[quote=LMsexyAO;646926]People say trade down like it's automatic.. with today's rookie contracts and the inherent gamble with any top pick, who do you think is going to be desperate enough to want ours?[/quote]

You're right it's not automatic but it is something to consider depending on a potential trading partners needs. There's always going to be a team eying that 5-6 position in the draft so it all depends.

Mattyk 12-28-2009 12:13 PM

Re: If the season ended today Washington would pick 5th, and Cleveland would pick 6th!! (2004 Sean Taylor).
 
[quote=SmootSmack;646919]Is this for sure? Because I thought it was Cleveland 5th and Redskins 6th?[/quote]

Cleveland has 3 wins so yeah they would pick in front of us.


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