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Old 03-14-2014   #908
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Default Re: So .... Who's your QB in 2014 ?! - [edit] Mallett?

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Originally Posted by TexansSeminole View Post
Jacksonville trading away Gabbert makes it clear that they are looking for a QB at #3. That's great for us because it lets people know that if they have one of the top three QBs rated much lower than the other two, they will need to trade up above the Jags to get one of them. You just hope that those teams also don't want to take the chance of another club trading into #2 and missing out on their chance.
Someone asked what incentive Cleveland would have in moving to #1 .... well , you just nailed it.

Jax moving Gabbert , crap for QB's in FA .... Jax is taking one of the top 3 QB's @ #3.
Its highly likely that Houston takes one of those @ #1 as well , that leaves Cleveland with the leftovers (which might not be a bad thing as its conceivable they move down to a QB needy team) @ #4. If they want their guy , the odds are that they have to move up to get him.

To be honest , Cleveland could be in the catbirds seat @ #4 if the right players are still on the board , they will have a lot of options and possibly get a huge haul for a move back. #4 could be as valuable as #1 on draft day.
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