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Old 12-18-2012, 11:49 PM   #76
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Re: Cousins Value Skyrockets,Jets Fans Want Him!!

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We have our 2nd rounder next year. It was this past draft we lost our 2nd rounder. Just missing next years and 2014's first round picks.

We have a extra 5th rounder via the Patriots for the Fat Boy trade.


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Thanks for the correction. I will still argue that if a team is willing to trade two 2nd rounders for a 4th round pick, that it could be too rich to turn down.
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Old 12-19-2012, 01:39 AM   #77
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Thanks for the correction. I will still argue that if a team is willing to trade two 2nd rounders for a 4th round pick, that it could be too rich to turn down.
Cousins has shown why he was projected to be a 2nd round pick. I think the Redskins may be able to get a great deal for him. If Philly can get a 1st rounder for a bum like Kevin Kolb, then the Redskins can get a nice draft pick for Cousins.
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Old 12-19-2012, 09:05 AM   #78
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This team has way too many needs to hang onto 2 young starting QBs. I wouldn not hesitate to ship Cousins to the Jets for Revis and a 2nd rounder. We need all of the youth on defense we can get, especially a stud middle linebacker to take over for fletcher. Safety and cornerback is a bigger need at this point. If we don't make the playoffs, it will be due to our defense this year which needs serious attention and considering the lost cap money we won't be able to do much in free agency so draft picks are golden.
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Old 12-19-2012, 09:14 AM   #79
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I would not pay a CB 15 mil/yr which is exactly the type of money he's wanting in a extension. Add that to the fact he just tore a ACL and you can forget it.
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Old 12-19-2012, 10:07 AM   #80
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Having a good backup isn't a luxury, it's practically a requirement these days. Didn't we just see the value of that last week?

I wouldn't consider moving Cousins until he's coming up on his last year here under contract. Until then, let's enjoy having a quality backup QB.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:05 AM   #81
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Having a good backup isn't a luxury, it's practically a requirement these days. Didn't we just see the value of that last week?

I wouldn't consider moving Cousins until he's coming up on his last year here under contract. Until then, let's enjoy having a quality backup QB.
Ding ding ding. We have a winner.

For some reason, i had thought that under the new CBA, 4th-7th round picks signed 3 year contracts, but the standard is 4 years for all drafted players. So we can keep Cousins for the next 2 seasons and trade him before the 2015 season. I would recommend drafting another QB in 2014 to be third string to learn from RGIII/cousins before potentially stepping into the primary backup role in 2015.

Of course, the 2013 offseason is somewhat unique. There are no really good QBs in the draft and, like always, lots of NFL teams needing a quarterback. Its possible a team with a GM/coach on the hotseat and desperate for a QB would offer a 1st rounder. It would be very foolish of them to do so for Cousins, but it would be hard to turn down a first.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:25 AM   #82
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No trade unless the offer is insane - I mean, replacement of all we lost for Griffin insane.

He is just too valuable in his current role given Griffin's fearlessness and the state of our offensive line.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:26 AM   #83
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Some people wonder why the Skins were so bad for so long. Often the answer wasn't the high priced players that were brought in, but more so because the value of quality backups was ignored. A fan's eye view sees the top 22, maybe one or two special teamers or value added players and wants to go out and get the best at each position. That is what Danny, and VC did. A fan's eye view sees quality backups and thinks "Trade for a starter or high pick", a winning team's view sees backups as potential starters first (next man up) and trade value only at the backside of his contract (or when an "amazing" offer is thrown up).

From the looks of it, we can go 2-3 years with a very dynamic duo at qb, and use 2-7th rounds picks to fill depth and some starting positions.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:40 AM   #84
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Some people wonder why the Skins were so bad for so long. Often the answer wasn't the high priced players that were brought in, but more so because the value of quality backups was ignored. A fan's eye view sees the top 22, maybe one or two special teamers or value added players and wants to go out and get the best at each position. That is what Danny, and VC did. A fan's eye view sees quality backups and thinks "Trade for a starter or high pick", a winning team's view sees backups as potential starters first (next man up) and trade value only at the backside of his contract (or when an "amazing" offer is thrown up).

From the looks of it, we can go 2-3 years with a very dynamic duo at qb, and use 2-7th rounds picks to fill depth and some starting positions.
I don't think that the lack of a 1st round pick the next two years is as damaging as some people think. I would imagine a disproportionate amount of a teams resources is used evaluating players in the first round. what i mean by that is, teams will scout the hell out of the top of the draft class, since the team will be devoting so much to that player in terms of salary/cap/draft value. However, you only really get a shot at one player with a first round grade. Beyond the first round, teams draft grades vary. Whereas a 1st rounder is pretty much garaunteed to be picked within a range of 5-10 spots, the range that players after that could be picked could vary from team to team by 2-3 ROUNDS. If you've got a pick in the first round, you might like alot of guys, but theres only 5 or so that you can justify taking at that spot. However, in the later rounds, you've really got to make sure that you pick guys at the right spots. You might pass on a guy thinking you can get him with your next pick, but then someone swoops him up.

I guess what i'm getting to with all that rambling is this - not having a 1st round pick frees up our scouting department to spend their time evaulating the non-marquee players to look for "hidden gems." Not having the first round pick will force them pay closer attention to how they grade these players in relation to eachother, making it less like that we wiff on some guys and get a bust. I think we'll really get some really good players out of the 2013 draft. I just wish we didnt have that damn cap penalty so we could do more in free agency.
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I don't think that the lack of a 1st round pick the next two years is as damaging as some people think. I would imagine a disproportionate amount of a teams resources is used evaluating players in the first round. what i mean by that is, teams will scout the hell out of the top of the draft class, since the team will be devoting so much to that player in terms of salary/cap/draft value. However, you only really get a shot at one player with a first round grade. Beyond the first round, teams draft grades vary. Whereas a 1st rounder is pretty much garaunteed to be picked within a range of 5-10 spots, the range that players after that could be picked could vary from team to team by 2-3 ROUNDS. If you've got a pick in the first round, you might like alot of guys, but theres only 5 or so that you can justify taking at that spot. However, in the later rounds, you've really got to make sure that you pick guys at the right spots. You might pass on a guy thinking you can get him with your next pick, but then someone swoops him up.

I guess what i'm getting to with all that rambling is this - not having a 1st round pick frees up our scouting department to spend their time evaulating the non-marquee players to look for "hidden gems." Not having the first round pick will force them pay closer attention to how they grade these players in relation to eachother, making it less like that we wiff on some guys and get a bust. I think we'll really get some really good players out of the 2013 draft. I just wish we didnt have that damn cap penalty so we could do more in free agency.
I think that is a really good point. I hope we make the most of the picks we have, and maneuver forward and backward as picks allow.
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Old 12-19-2012, 12:07 PM   #86
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Yeah, I mean from 1970-1990 we had 3 first round draft picks total...and we didn't do too bad
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Yeah, I mean from 1970-1990 we had 3 first round draft picks total...and we didn't do too bad
Most of that was before my time....How on earth did that happen?
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This team has way too many needs to hang onto 2 young starting QBs. I wouldn not hesitate to ship Cousins to the Jets for Revis and a 2nd rounder. We need all of the youth on defense we can get, especially a stud middle linebacker to take over for fletcher. Safety and cornerback is a bigger need at this point. If we don't make the playoffs, it will be due to our defense this year which needs serious attention and considering the lost cap money we won't be able to do much in free agency so draft picks are golden.
We can get all of those things in the off season with out trading Cousins. We have talented S Tanard Jackson, S Brandon Meriweather, and promising young S Jordan Benstein all coming back next year. As well as Orakpo and LB Keenan Robinson coming back. Adam Carriker is also coming back. LB Rob Jackson has stepped up in place of Orakpo potentially making Orakpo trade bait. Cb's rookie Richard Crawford, Chase Minnifield and Cedric Griffin. We are not sisters of the poor on defense where we have to make a desperation trade of Cousins right now. Plus there is Free agency and renegotiation of current deals to free up cap space. I am of the glass half full.

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The Jets need a new Head Coach more than anything else.
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This team has way too many needs to hang onto 2 young starting QBs. I wouldn not hesitate to ship Cousins to the Jets for Revis and a 2nd rounder. We need all of the youth on defense we can get, especially a stud middle linebacker to take over for fletcher. Safety and cornerback is a bigger need at this point. If we don't make the playoffs, it will be due to our defense this year which needs serious attention and considering the lost cap money we won't be able to do much in free agency so draft picks are golden.
Is that you, Vinny?

Because of injury, Revis's best days are behind him. We don't want Revis. Might as well bring in Bruce Smith.
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