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Old 04-05-2010, 09:29 PM   #226
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Old 04-05-2010, 09:35 PM   #227
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Just saw reports that JAX is not interested in Mr Campbell.
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Old 04-05-2010, 09:37 PM   #228
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Yeah that's what they're saying now, publicly at least. But we'll see what happens.

Jacksonville's problem is that they have a limited number of draft picks (4 or 5) and are trying to get more picks. They'd rather not spend a pick on Campbell alone
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Well why don't they just ship us their best lineman in an even swap for Campbell? Keep in mind I have no idea what the Jax line looks like and could be worse that ours. However that is most likely doubtful.
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youre not considering what could have been done with the 2nd round pick. How about this? Wait until the 37th pick is made in the draft and let us know if that player (or any player still available at that point) is better than McNabb.
Well, by that rationale, you'll really have to wait to see what the Eagles do with the 3rd or 4th round pick in 2011, because we gave them that as well.

I like the trade I guess, but I just have this feeling that Campbell could have put up some very nice numbers under Shanahan's tutelage.
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Well why don't they just ship us their best lineman in an even swap for Campbell? Keep in mind I have no idea what the Jax line looks like and could be worse that ours. However that is most likely doubtful.
Two 1st round, 2nd year O tackles.
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Two 1st round, 2nd year O tackles.
Shit, sounds good to me, lets take the smaller more athletic one for our RT, and give them JC and our 5th.
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Old 04-05-2010, 10:15 PM   #233
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Actually, I think that is a knee jerk post on my account. Lets go with acquiring more picks, and let Shanny and Allen pick out their type of talent, not someone elses year old mediocre picks.
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Two 1st round, 2nd year O tackles.
Works for me. Let's get the ball rolling on that
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Well, by that rationale, you'll really have to wait to see what the Eagles do with the 3rd or 4th round pick in 2011, because we gave them that as well.

I like the trade I guess, but I just have this feeling that Campbell could have put up some very nice numbers under Shanahan's tutelage.
I think Campbell is a solid, respectable QB but it says something to me when Shanahan, who thinks he could win a Super Bowl with you at QB, didn't feel Campbell was the right guy for him.

I'm not ready to judge this move yet, but I am glad our QB situation for at least 2010 has been settled. Even had we drafted someone like Clausen there still would have been a question of will he start right away or will Grossman start the season? And Campbell, whether fans wanted it or not, was not going to be the QB here. We finally have some closure on the seemingly never-ending who will be our QB question.
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$25 million per home game...unless the barometric pressure drops below 35 (excluding prime time games)

$25 million for all 3 years

Come on don't look at me like that. You knew it was coming.

On a side note if one more douche bag drives by my apartment with their system on full blast I'm going to slash some tires. Ok, not really but I should.
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Old 04-05-2010, 10:56 PM   #237
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Come on don't look at me like that. You knew it was coming.

On a side note if one more douche bag drives by my apartment with their system on full blast I'm going to slash some tires. Ok, not really but I should.
What if it was McNabb rolling through your neighborhood looking at houses for sale? That wouldn't be a very good welcome wagon would it???
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I just don't get it. I understand the assigned value for players, but if you need an OL why not pick the next best one on the list or which ever one you think will do well in zone blocking. Instead you want to wait till the next round then said OL get picked by someone else. Then we decide on another OL and again we are too high to draft the OL or the value doesn't fit. So we wait then someone else gets him.

In the long run we get no OL cause when it's time for us to pick we don't like the value. Just fill our needs and stop with the BPA BS.
Exactly. I just don't see the horror that others do in picking what you need. Especially after the first round when the talent starts to level out and it's basically hit or miss.

With the BPA strategy, you theoretically could go round after round ignoring obvious needs -- like Vinny did for years with the O-line.
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What if it was McNabb rolling through your neighborhood looking at houses for sale? That wouldn't be a very good welcome wagon would it???
I doubt McNabb needs to overcompensate with a crappy stereo system thats all bass and no trebble. But why, is McNabb looking for a place in Kennesaw? Alpharetta/Johns Creek seems to be more in his price range.

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We actually have a handful of former and current NFL stars and various celebrities living there. Dieon Sanders use to live in my parents neighborhood with a football shaped pool in the back yard. I also think John Smoltz and Jeff Foxworthy liive in the area as does Jessie Tuggle and David Whitehurst. Heck my high school position coach played against the Redskins in the 87 Super Bowl.

But as far as the stereos go. It's like someone pinching you. They do once you're like "whatever." They do 500 times your like "all right, please stop."
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Old 04-05-2010, 11:02 PM   #240
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I agree, but a second rounder and a likely third rounder really isn't too bad of a deal for a proven quarterback. In fact, it almost seems cheap.

3rd for Mark Brunell was pretty bad because he was already well into his decline shown through his poor play and eventual benching in Jacksonville.

I believe we traded a 1st and 2nd and 3rd rounder for Brad Johnson in 1999.

We used a 1st and 3rd and 4th for Jason Campbell.

Matt Cassel cost a 2nd rounder and who knows how good he actually is.

It almost seems like McNabb came at a bargain.
Well said. If we get a third or fourth pick for JC, that will in a sense cancel next year's pick that we sent to Philly. In this case, we upgraded at QB to Donovan McNabb for just a net second round pick. This is indeed a bargain. How often do you acquire a multi-Pro Bowler, within the division no less, for just a second?
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