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Old 03-05-2012, 04:47 PM   #91
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Re: Redskins: 2012 Off-Season-Free Agency/Trades

i can see the logic, but i don't see it working out that way
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i'm speaking on the rams point of view. why would the rams pull the trigger?
The fewer suitors, the lower the price.. Supply/demand 101. If the Dolphins, Browns and Seahawks have a QB in free agency they won't be in play to trade up for Griffin. Knowing that they aren't bidding against anyone the Redskins won't up the ante, they can sit and wait the Rams to come down to their price (within reason).

Comparatively, now since all are in play the Rams can play offers against each other to raise the price. I tend to think it get done this weekend at a two 1sts, a third and fourth.
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if a team wants rg3 now, they will want him in april. if a team wants flynn now, they will get flynn in march. if a team wants manning now, they are foolish
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The fewer suitors, the lower the price.. Supply/demand 101. If the Dolphins, Browns and Seahawks have a QB in free agency they won't be in play to trade up for Griffin. Knowing that they aren't bidding against anyone the Redskins won't up the ante, they can sit and wait the Rams to come down to their price (within reason).

Comparatively, now since all are in play the Rams can play offers against each other to raise the price. I tend to think it get done this weekend at a two 1sts, a third and fourth.
The key player is Cleveland. If they decide to meet their need in FA instead of the draft, the value of the Rams pick drops to whatever the best offer we could/would make. So the Rams want the trade asap, while all the teams are in play. BUT it is a two sided deal, and the Skins/Browns/other potential buyers want to see how the competing buyers fill their need via FA. If the Browns sign Flynn, and the Skins sign Manning (for example), then the cost to Miami went down. None of the bidding teams are likely to buy the pick, before a real market for it has been set.
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For all intents and purposes the Browns are out...for now at least.
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i'm not trying to sass anyone, this is a legitimate question: when is the last time picks were officially traded before the draft?
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NFL.com news: Super Bowls just aren't instantly won in free agency


Every Single Skins fan who wants us to get this guy and that guy and that guy in FA MUST READ this Article!!!!
I think we're all well aware of the fact that free agency doesn't immediately equate to winning a Super Bowl but there has not been a Super Bowl won as of late without contributions of free agents. Just do it wisely instead of name shopping, which is how Shanny and Allen have done since coming to DC. Don't freak out if we bring in a VJax or someone with a big name/big contract.
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Let me judge this sentence by sentence:

- I would like to think that but you'll find people on this board who still want to go out and get the big names

- I agree

- I won't freak out, but I don't think its the answer, and it can back fire and go under the 'dumb FA' signing column rather than the 'London Fletcher success' signing column
I think very few people understand the concept of a balanced approach to offseason acquisitions. Meaning that you need to have a good draft and good FA signings. As always, people always want to go to the extremes, they think that we SOLELY focus on the draft w/o signing FAs, or the people that think we need to go after the big name free agent.

The way I see it, the Redskins have two options, in which they can have the balanced approach:

A.) Trade up for RG3, use the limited # of picks you have this draft, and use free agency.

B.) Sign Manning, possibly trade down and use your picks for this year, and maybe use free agency.

I don't think you can't go wrong with either of these approaches. Both have risks (as with everything) and both have a good probability of working out well.
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Wonder if we'd have any interest in Cortland Finnegan. Tennessee used the franchise tag on Michael Griffin and won't offer Finnegan a contract.

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Wonder if we'd have any interest in Cortland Finnegan. Tennessee used the franchise tag on Michael Griffin and won't offer Finnegan a contract.

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I'd say it's worth an offer on our part. Can't be worse than what we have now.
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I'd say it's worth an offer on our part. Can't be worse than what we have now.
I would wait for the Cowboys to overpay one of these guys first and sign the less expensive options...although I'd be curious to see if there is a true interest in CBs, given that we need to replace Landry (and I haven't seen anything in rumors about us wanting a CB).
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we need to sign either him or carr, a safety and receiver and maybe an olinemen.
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we need to sign either him or carr, a safety and receiver and maybe an olinemen.
I don't see us signing a #1 WR and a #1 CB at the same time, especially when we need a starting Strong Safety. I mean we could sign a #1 guy at each of those positions, but then we'd be this year's Iggles. Personally, I see the priority as:

- #1 WR (esp since MS said so)
- A strong safety
- A right tackle
- CB depth (unless we get a cheap starter)
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I would think that CB depth might be a draft priority. The WR question is one that I feel would be best approached in FA, just due to the number of quality guys out there, guys that could become our best option the moment they are signed. If we have learned anything the past two seasons tho, is that our FO is way more frugal than the previous, but I guess that is stating the obvious. I hope we pick up a #1 WR and add young CB depth thru the draft.
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I don't see us signing a #1 WR and a #1 CB at the same time, especially when we need a starting Strong Safety. I mean we could sign a #1 guy at each of those positions, but then we'd be this year's Iggles. Personally, I see the priority as:

- #1 WR (esp since MS said so)
- A strong safety
- A right tackle
- CB depth (unless we get a cheap starter)
I agree but i like the cb pool much better than the safety pool, i really was hoping branch or griffin wouldnt get tagged but they did, not sure who we would have interest in. that being said we need someone i dont want gomes as a starter
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