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Old 06-25-2012   #41
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depending on how things play out Schaub & manning wont be core players for to much longer
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How is that Percy Harvin? His average yards per reception in 2011 was 11.1 yards. Harvin's yards after catch was 6.5 yards. That means, on average, Harvin caught the ball 4.6 yards down the field. How crisp can your route be in 4.6 yards? Harvin's forte is the WR screen. And that's not worth trading a draft pick the Texans may one day need to use on an outside WR.
He caught 87 balls last yr with a bad QB situation. He also is a really good KR/PR. (Much better than Jacoby)

What WR 2/3 have the Texans had in their history that's better than Harvin?

Harvin is small so his ability to block may be limited.
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How is that Percy Harvin? His average yards per reception in 2011 was 11.1 yards. Harvin's yards after catch was 6.5 yards. That means, on average, Harvin caught the ball 4.6 yards down the field. How crisp can your route be in 4.6 yards?

What?????

C'mon Lucky...That doesn't make any sense at all.

If Harvin catches a 30 yard pass one play and then catches a WR screen at the LOS that goes for 6 yards that's 18 yards per reception with 3 yards of YAC average....


That does not mean that he is catching the ball 15 yards down the field with 3 yards of YAC on each play...

Not even sure what you are saying here. You're reaching now, because this is 'wth?' territory...

Yes he catches short passes quite often. But I've never heard of a team not liking a guy because he's capable of catching short passes and doing something with them.
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Now that minicamps are over, teams should have a relatively clear indication of the role they would like each player to have for the upcoming season. With the Houston Texans, we all know that Arian Foster is the main running back and will play a huge role this year and for many years to come. However, the Texans have another quality runner in Ben Tate. Since Foster is the bona fide star (with a fat new contract to prove it), Tate does not have a long-term future in Houston. Most executives in the league know Tate is a quality player and has a modest second-round contract, making him extremely valuable for another team in need of a full-time running back.

Houston could wait for Tate to become a free agent -- eventually collecting a compensatory pick (assuming they do not sign any players in that free-agent period) -- while knowing that in the mean time they have a great backup runner if something unfortunate were to happen to Foster. Or they could make him available right now and parlay Tate into a future asset, which might be the best way to stay ahead of the flat cap.
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Tate makes less than 1/2 million how will that benefit cap? Also reduces trade opportunites like the Steeler WR because we would need to dump or trade significant money to fit under cap.
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Next offseason will be the time to move Tate. He will be going into the last year of his rookie deal, and will have another good season under his belt. I think people around the league will be impressed with his abilities and he will warrant a late 1st round pick or a 2nd. If he gets hurt, or his value drops for some reason, then we can hold onto him and let him hit free agency instead. Getting a 3rd or 4th comp pick for him will be decent, given the value he brings to the team in the mean time. It's really a win-win for us, assuming he doesn't get injured.
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Next offseason will be the time to move Tate. He will be going into the last year of his rookie deal, and will have another good season under his belt. I think people around the league will be impressed with his abilities and he will warrant a late 1st round pick or a 2nd. If he gets hurt, or his value drops for some reason, then we can hold onto him and let him hit free agency instead. Getting a 3rd or 4th comp pick for him will be decent, given the value he brings to the team in the mean time. It's really a win-win for us, assuming he doesn't get injured.
Agreed. We could use a lower round on RB to replace him and have 2 firsts, a second and two thirds.
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C'mon Lucky...That doesn't make any sense at all.

Yes he catches short passes quite often.
Basically, all Harvin catches is short passes. He hasn't developed as a WR in college or three seasons in the NFL. Not that he can't be used as a weapon. But, you have to design plays for him. Reverses, bubble screens, short slants and outs. He doesn't run WCO routes. He's not a WCO WR. The Texans may draft a guy like that in the 4th round or later (and they have), but they're not going to send a high pick to Minnesota for a 4th year player who still hasn't learned the WR position.
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Next offseason will be the time to move Tate. He will be going into the last year of his rookie deal, and will have another good season under his belt. I think people around the league will be impressed with his abilities and he will warrant a late 1st round pick or a 2nd. If he gets hurt, or his value drops for some reason, then we can hold onto him and let him hit free agency instead. Getting a 3rd or 4th comp pick for him will be decent, given the value he brings to the team in the mean time. It's really a win-win for us, assuming he doesn't get injured.
ummm... quick question: When was the last time some team gave up a 1st round pick for a RB?? Help me out here because - in this pass-happy NFL - no one comes immediately to my mind.
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Basically, all Harvin catches is short passes. He hasn't developed as a WR in college or three seasons in the NFL. Not that he can't be used as a weapon. But, you have to design plays for him. Reverses, bubble screens, short slants and outs. He doesn't run WCO routes. He's not a WCO WR. The Texans may draft a guy like that in the 4th round or later (and they have), but they're not going to send a high pick to Minnesota for a 4th year player who still hasn't learned the WR position.
Whens the last time you saw a team trade a high draft pick for any player .... Draft picks in the NFL are too valuable because of cap issues. If Minny nets a 4th rounder for Harvin I'd be surprised. Pending he's moved at all.
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Whens the last time you saw a team trade a high draft pick for any player .... Draft picks in the NFL are too valuable because of cap issues. If Minny nets a 4th rounder for Harvin I'd be surprised. Pending he's moved at all.
Thats crazy talk.

And Harvin routinely catches short passes because since childress left they run a kindergarten offense with a rookie quarterback they dont trust.
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ummm... quick question: When was the last time some team gave up a 1st round pick for a RB?? Help me out here because - in this pass-happy NFL - no one comes immediately to my mind.
By all accounts, Cleveland's 2nd, #37, was on the table for Tate this offseason. Now there are rumors they offered #22 instead, but the Texans declined.

The Saints gave up a 2nd and a future 1st to the Patriots so they could take Ingram. Not exactly the same, but they were willing to pay a lot for an unproven rookie on a 4 year deal.

I think Tate will be worth something next offseason, probably in the range of a 2nd, which is plenty IMO, but if there are multiple suitors bidding, his value could be a 1st.
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Thats crazy talk.

And Harvin routinely catches short passes because since childress left they run a kindergarten offense with a rookie quarterback they dont trust.
Since thats crazy talk ..... Name a player who's been traded in the past 5 years that fetched more than a 4th rounder.


I wouldnt mind Harvin playing the slot in this offense (not that I think it happens).... but his value is what it is in terms of draft considerations. ~4th rounder.
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Since thats crazy talk ..... Name a player who's been traded in the past 5 years that fetched more than a 4th rounder.

Does the 2007 offseason count? Or was the five years intentional?

In 2007, five years and three months ago: Schaub = two 2nd rounders ('07 and '08)...
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Since thats crazy talk ..... Name a player who's been traded in the past 5 years that fetched more than a 4th rounder.


I wouldnt mind Harvin playing the slot in this offense (not that I think it happens).... but his value is what it is in terms of draft considerations. ~4th rounder.

I'm not going to try to extrapolate Harvin's trade value from this. But Carson Palmer was traded by the Bengals to the Raiders just before last year's deadline for a 1st and a 2nd (would have been another 1st if the Raiders would have reached the AFC playoffs)..........but again that was the Raiders.

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ummm... quick question: When was the last time some team gave up a 1st round pick for a RB?? Help me out here because - in this pass-happy NFL - no one comes immediately to my mind.
In 2002, the Saints traded Ricky Williams for (2) 1st round picks. That's the last time I remember.
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Since thats crazy talk ..... Name a player who's been traded in the past 5 years that fetched more than a 4th rounder.


I wouldnt mind Harvin playing the slot in this offense (not that I think it happens).... but his value is what it is in terms of draft considerations. ~4th rounder.
The name Jared Allen immediately comes to mind...and that was a LOT more then a 4th round pick. There are plenty of players traded for more then a 4th round pick. The problem is when you trade for a player your not just getting the player...your getting his contract. That increases Harvin's value as he is still on a rookie contract (underpaid).

I dont think i'm overrating Harvin when I say a late first to a late second round pick is arguably his worth. I think this is a prime example of a quality player undervalued because he is underexposed in this region and plays for a bad team.

If you were the vikes gm, you had to trade Harvin, and all you asked for was a 4th round pick two things would happen:

Every team in the NFL would call you to make the deal

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When your fired and run out of town fans would cite the stupidity of the trade again and again (much like Casserly and the Buchannon trade.)
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2010
Brandon Marshall two 2nds
Donovan McNabb a 2nd and a 3rd, iirc
Anquan Boldin (packaged with a 5th) a 3rd and a 4th
Antonio Cromartie a 3rd

2009
Richard Seymour 1st

No RBs, but Harvin ain't exactly a RB
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Brandon Marshall two 2nds
Donovan McNabb a 2nd and a 3rd, iirc
Anquan Boldin (packaged with a 5th) a 3rd and a 4th
Antonio Cromartie a 3rd

2009
Richard Seymour 1st

No RBs, but Harvin ain't exactly a RB
And Brandon Marshall was traded again earlier this year for two third round picks.

Nobody's going to give up a first for Harvin, but he would draw alot of interest if available. I fully expect him to be on the Vikings opening day roster, but if they did decide to let him go, I believe they'd do considerably better than a 4th.
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Updated cap space for all 32 teams. Texans remain at $4.05 million.

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