If this was a "Madden" playstation offseason it would be so easy

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  1. 1-3

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    Draft Reggie Bush
    Draft David Thomas (TE from Texas)
    sign Terrell Owens (no press conferences in Madden)

    Whoalla! We have as explosive of skill position players as anyone in the league. Oh yeah, and sign some linemen. Seriously though endulge the fantasy of this nightmare for opposing safeties when Bush lines up @ WR.


    TO.............R. Bush..........Andre..........Mathis


    In reality TO would strangle David Carr by week 3, but it's fun to dream.
     
  2. TheOgre

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    A person should be banned for a week for evaluating talent based upon Madden (the game). :stirpot:
     
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    The talent evaluation was real life. Getting TO was "Madden". Didn't think it was that confusing.
     
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    thread=pointless
     
  5. awtysst

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    If we are gonna be ridiculous, lets REALLY be ridiculous. Lets trade Hollings for Walter Jones and Steve Hutchinson. Lets trade Bradford and Pbuch for Champ Baily and John Lynch. Lets trade DD for Tomilson and Morency for Larry Johnson. Lets trade Greenwood for Al Wilson. Lets trade Jason Davis for Julius Peppers and Alfred Malone for Osi Umenyiora. I honeslty dont feel like going on, but if we are going to be ridiculous, lets go all out...
     
  6. MorKnolle

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    While on the Madden subject, I'll throw in my :twocents: for this silly thread. If you wanted to make a really big deal, go in to San Diego and change LaDanian Tomlinson to a LB, then you can trade a 3rd round pick for him and switch him back to a RB. Do teh same thing with most any other young talented player you want to have and you can easily accumulate an awesome team, then at the end of the year click the magic button to erase your cap penalties and you're looking nice.
     
  7. NinerPheen

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    How is drafting two guys and signing one free agent ridiculous?

    It doesnt take luck, you have the first pick, all you have to say is "we pick reggie bush". Then in the second round "we pick david thomas". Then you call T.O. and win the bidding contest, which wont be too tough.
     
  8. Dennis007

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    I think the real Madden question is "WHO will be on it?".. If I'm anybody in the league, I would would not want to be on the cover - avoid it like the plague!!:confused:
     
  9. awtysst

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    Here is why it is ridiculous:

    1. the author simply said to go out and sign some Oline as an after thought. WHo are you going to sign? Who is available? Do we have the cash to bring those FAs here?

    2. The author wants to bring in TO. TO is a player that I would not want here. The author says that TO would likley throttle Carr by week 3, so why bring him in.

    3. If you pay the money to bring in TO(and I dont think he'd come here anyway) you would have no money to go after FAs

    4. This is Madden not real life. It is a ridiculous post becuase not only would it not happen, it does not make any sense, and would be detrimental to the franchise.
     

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