View Full Version : What will Cleveland Do?

03-01-2007, 11:16 PM
Okay, so everyone is pretty much assuming that Cleveland is aiming for AD, and that may be true. But, lets just say Oakland signs Jeff Garcia since he said "I want to be a Raider, and I wanna go back home to the bay area" on NFL Live, and they trade Randy Moss. This makes me think Oakland will go with Calvin Johnson, making JaMarcus Russel fall. Hasn't Cleveland come out and said that they are interested JaMarcus?

Also, Detroit made the big trade with Denver and secured their running back position with Tatum Bell. Looks Like they won't take AD either. Also, isn't this George Foster guy a pretty good OT? I believe he was taken in the first round a few years ago. If Detroit feels good with Foster, they might decide not to draft Thomas. If they go this route, they would either go with Gaines Adams or Jamarcus Russel/Brady Quinn. For situational purposes, lets say they go with Adams. Again I'm just assuming Oakland goes through with the Garcia/Moss Deals. This leaves Cleveland with the option of choosing Joe Thomas, JaMarcus Russel, and Peterson. The million dollar question is, who do they take?

newport texan
03-01-2007, 11:19 PM
Phil Savage will take Russell... guaranteed

03-01-2007, 11:20 PM
Wow, in that situation i'd still take AP. Crennel is desperate to win/keep his job. AP will be Impact from day one...

Ole Miss Texan
03-01-2007, 11:43 PM
my guess, they take AP. Cleveland needs to hope CJ or AP are there for a trade down. Then they should take Alan Branch. I just hope we don't trade with them...I highly doubt we would.

03-02-2007, 07:16 AM
Smells to me the Great Blue Northern guy is not totally off his rock. People are setting themsevels up to make moves. That, the Denver Detroit trade, was the first dominoe to fall ? Got five or seven guys that people covet...and the top eight aren't in the correct position to get them. The only question might be...is the price correct for the sawps. Been a while since we've seen a lot of movement in the top of the draft. If you gotta over pay for a prospect, better be in love with who you're overpaying for. I dunno and I'm not in the loop. Just my guess.