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dalemurphy
04-11-2006, 01:06 AM
Let's just look at the idea of the trade down. Assume we get taken advantage of, even. Essentially we beg our way out of the pick. Something like this scenario: our #1 for #18, 50, 82- Dallas first three picks... I'm not proposing that deal but for this exercise it'll work fine.

Here we go. Now, fill in a draft assuming the trade down picks. IT's fun!

18. Ernie Simms
33. Cromartie
50. M. Drew
65. Ced Griffin
66. Colledge
82. Maurice Stovall
98. Dave Thomas

Janus3
04-11-2006, 02:25 AM
Let's just look at the idea of the trade down. Assume we get taken advantage of, even. Essentially we beg our way out of the pick. Something like this scenario: our #1 for #18, 50, 82- Dallas first three picks... I'm not proposing that deal but for this exercise it'll work fine.

Here we go. Now, fill in a draft assuming the trade down picks. IT's fun!

18. Ernie Simms
33. Cromartie
50. M. Drew
65. Ced Griffin
66. Colledge
82. Maurice Stovall
98. Dave Thomas

i had a better and more realistic trade in a thread i posted which traded the first pick to the jets for 4 and 29, then trading 4 to the broncos for 15 and 22. throw in any combo that would make it more realistic. basically texans would have #15, #22 and #29. plus some seconds, thirds etc.

YoungTexanFan
04-11-2006, 06:30 AM
i had a better and more realistic trade in a thread i posted which traded the first pick to the jets for 4 and 29, then trading 4 to the broncos for 15 and 22. throw in any combo that would make it more realistic. basically texans would have #15, #22 and #29. plus some seconds, thirds etc.

Sold.


But I really would take the first offer from the Jets if available.

HJam72
04-11-2006, 07:45 AM
18. Reggie Bush
33. Mario Williams
50. D'Brickashaw Fergason
65. A.J. Hawk
66. Vince Young :)
82. Tye Hill
98. Davin Josheph


Now, I wanna see somebody complain about this one. :drool:

I'l make a real one later, probly. :)