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SmootSmack 03-15-2004 07:45 PM

Best Non-Redskins' Off-Season Move?
 
What do you guys think has been the best move this offseason not by the Skins?

Kearse to the Eagles?
Winfield to the Vikings?

something else?

Sheriff Gonna Getcha 03-15-2004 08:21 PM

The obvious - the Eagles taking Kearse.

The Eagles keep saving cap room because they don't believe in signing big name free agents. With the hole left by the departure of Hugh Douglas and with all that cap room, this was a great move.

PS-People who thought the Eagles pass-rushing was awful obviously didn't watch us. We were a joke. Still, great move.

Mattyk 03-15-2004 09:27 PM

Kearse without a doubt.

$60M+ for a DE with a history of injury problems, no thanks.

Kearse will be all or nothing for the Eagles. He'll either be a force and have double digit sacks or he'll miss double digit games with injuries. Too much risk for that kind of $$.

Daseal 03-15-2004 10:13 PM

Vikings resigning Kleisner I think was one of their smartest moves. It's a shame they did, but it was smart of them.

Sheriff Gonna Getcha 03-15-2004 10:59 PM

[QUOTE=Mattyk72]Kearse without a doubt.

$60M+ for a DE with a history of injury problems, no thanks.

Kearse will be all or nothing for the Eagles. He'll either be a force and have double digit sacks or he'll miss double digit games with injuries. Too much risk for that kind of $$.[/QUOTE]

Kearse did not sustain the kind of career-threatening injuries that I'd use as a justification for arguing that the move was poor. Also, they don't call him the freak for nothing - he's a monster. Time will tell, but I think that in 8 months, people will say the Eagles' pickup of Kearse was a GREAT move.

skinsfanthru&thru 03-15-2004 11:30 PM

what about the broncos getting champ bailey? I know he left on bad terms but he was still a damn good player.

or how about the trade for TO by baltimore (he's stuck there and the announcement is just a formality) but of course that depends on TO actually playing and stop all this talk about retiring or sitting out if he doesn't get his way.

either move helps solidify weaknesses on the respective teams.

skinsfanthru&thru 03-15-2004 11:35 PM

I think I may have to change my vote to Phili getting TO cuz it looks like it may happen in the near future after all and that sucks to no end.

Mattyk 03-15-2004 11:48 PM

[QUOTE=Ramseyfan]Kearse did not sustain the kind of career-threatening injuries that I'd use as a justification for arguing that the move was poor. Also, they don't call him the freak for nothing - he's a monster. Time will tell, but I think that in 8 months, people will say the Eagles' pickup of Kearse was a GREAT move.[/QUOTE]
It's not a poor move, but it's a bit of a risk for the money IMO.

Defensewins 03-16-2004 12:31 PM

Miami Dolphins getting WR David Boston for a 6th round draft choice.

Carnage 03-16-2004 01:20 PM

I would say the Bucs severing ties with Lynch and Sapp is a big bold move. This is starting to look like Gruden's team. Combine that with Keyshawn, and there is no doubt who is in charge in TB.


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