So many options?

Discussion in 'College Football & the NFL Draft' started by BobbyG, Feb 21, 2006.

  1. BobbyG

    BobbyG Rookie

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    I heard draft this guy, I've heard draft that guy. Even trade down. To tell you the truth, I've favored just about every option at some point. First it was Bush, then trade down. Next I heard Vince would come out a year early. So I jumped on the band wagon. Then the more I thought about it I realized trading down was as good a idea as before. Now to tell you the truth, after realy thinking it over, I'm happy with any decision Casserly, Kubiak, Sherman, and Reeves make. To me it's a no lose situation. All have great upside. What about? I guess the debate will wage until draft day.
     
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    Bubbajwp All Flopper

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    I couldnt agree more.
     
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    Thats why it so great to be a Texans fan now. So much to discuss, but in the end... Im happy with whatever we do.


    Unless of course they do something like this:

    Round 1: Jay Cutler
    Round 2: Rod Wright
    Round 3: Brian Calhoun
    Round 3: David Thomas
     
  4. Texans_Chick

    Texans_Chick Utopian Dreamer

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    I am pretty OK with whatever they do too. There are some scenarios I'd rather see, but all in all, we are not privy to private workouts, all that film, and what trade offers they receive.

    The following is my (attempt at being fair) analysis of the pros and cons of each way we could go. All in all, if you are so bad you get the first pick, this is a good one to have it.

    Pros and cons of RB, VY and trading down.

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