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bad
04-02-2006, 03:49 PM
We all know Lucky's numbers are always accurate or at least very close.

We know who's being drafted #1.

Do we keep him?

Do we trade the pick?

Do we sign and trade?

Personally I think we buy a huge map of the world, set it on an equally large table, set a fat white cat in our lap, steeple our fingers together and cackle in glee.

swtbound07
04-02-2006, 03:52 PM
we dont draft him.

bad
04-02-2006, 03:57 PM
we dont draft him. That's one of the options.

Leaving the question: Which team will come up with the Offer We Cannot Refuse?

Or do you honestly think there is a player in this draft that will be taken before Reggie Bush?

Marcus
04-02-2006, 04:00 PM
we dont draft him.
Must be a miserable time for you these days, huh? lol:

Grid
04-02-2006, 04:01 PM
we will draft him and keep him. Trading him wouldnt make much sense after we drafted him.

Kaiser Toro
04-02-2006, 04:06 PM
We all know Lucky's numbers are always accurate or at least very close.

We know who's being drafted #1.

Do we keep him?

Do we trade the pick?

Do we sign and trade?

Personally I think we buy a huge map of the world, set it on an equally large table, set a fat white cat in our lap, steeple our fingers together and cackle in glee.

What he did today has no bearing on a team's current salary cap or need.

Hottoddie
04-02-2006, 04:24 PM
Don't forget, Casserly is still the GM.:stirpot:

You know, I'm really starting to like this pot stirring thing. :D

edo783
04-02-2006, 05:34 PM
we don't draft him. In fact, we pass on the first round and maybe the second. Who needs talented, rookie players. Just get some role players and development projects in the later rounds to save cap space. If we work at this a bit, we could make the Bidwells enviouse.

Kaiser Toro
04-02-2006, 05:39 PM
we don't draft him. In fact, we pass on the first round and maybe the second. Who needs talented, rookie players. Just get some role players and development projects in the later rounds to save cap space. If we work at this a bit, we could make the Bidwells enviouse.

It really is to bad we did not take a page out of Bidwell's book and not extend Carr.

edo783
04-02-2006, 07:18 PM
It really is to bad we did not take a page out of Bidwell's book and not extend Carr.

If you were REALLY concerned about cap rather than trying to manufacture reason to get rid of Carr on vertually EVERY single post, you would/should be pitching a fit about Wade, Wiegert, Payne and AJ. A tackle that can't play tackle, A gaurd who can't stay on the field and a DT who knows the address of every hospital closest to each stadium and a WR who is the highest paid player on the team that misses/drops about 20% of the balls thrown to him. Yes, he made the PB, but I guess he was throwing the ball to himself. You just make up pseudo reasons to snivel about DC when it is just wanting to get rid of him and you have for some time. He is paid at about the going rate for starting QBs and don't give me that crap that he has't performed like one. If you build a house with a great roof and it falls down because you built the rest of it with trash 2X2 lumber and forgot to put the sand into the foundation... then OF COURSE it is the roofs fault that it fell down because it may have lost a tile or two. It is you disingenuous and fatuous arguments that give you away for what you are. Based on your crap arguments we would be better off letting everyone go, hiring VY and getting kids off the playgrounds and pay them 5 bucks an hour. That way your hero would be playing and we wouldn't be spending any money. Good plan, go to the Bidwells they are probably looking for just your type to manage their cap AND they will likely have your hero playing there.

Kaiser Toro
04-02-2006, 09:03 PM
If you were REALLY concerned about cap rather than trying to manufacture reason to get rid of Carr on vertually EVERY single post, you would/should be pitching a fit about Wade, Wiegert, Payne and AJ. A tackle that can't play tackle, A gaurd who can't stay on the field and a DT who knows the address of every hospital closest to each stadium and a WR who is the highest paid player on the team that misses/drops about 20% of the balls thrown to him. Yes, he made the PB, but I guess he was throwing the ball to himself. You just make up pseudo reasons to snivel about DC when it is just wanting to get rid of him and you have for some time. He is paid at about the going rate for starting QBs and don't give me that crap that he has't performed like one. If you build a house with a great roof and it falls down because you built the rest of it with trash 2X2 lumber and forgot to put the sand into the foundation... then OF COURSE it is the roofs fault that it fell down because it may have lost a tile or two. It is you disingenuous and fatuous arguments that give you away for what you are. Based on your crap arguments we would be better off letting everyone go, hiring VY and getting kids off the playgrounds and pay them 5 bucks an hour. That way your hero would be playing and we wouldn't be spending any money. Good plan, go to the Bidwells they are probably looking for just your type to manage their cap AND they will likely have your hero playing there.

Looks like I have a secret admirer or a stalker. Either way I am not flattered. Yes you have found me out I am a closet VY fan. :rolleyes:

Double Barrel
04-02-2006, 09:53 PM
Depending on the right offer, trade him.

Otherwise take him and use him to build a productive offense on a winning team.

It's a win/win scenario, IMO.