Trade Sage Thread?

Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Bull Pen 1, Apr 18, 2008.

  1. Bull Pen 1

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    OK, I'll start it, now that Steve McNair retired from the Ravens, maybe the Ravins will give up a 2nd rounder for Sage.
     
  2. El Tejano

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    I would hate it if Sage beat us in week two.
     
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    where do they pick in second?
     
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    The Ravens pick # 8 in the first, I'm guessing in 8 in the 2nd also or somewhere near # 8.
     
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    #38 overall pick
     
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    Sage needs to remain a TEXAN!!
     
  7. Double Barrel

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    Agreed, FWIW :howdy:
     
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    Not when we can get a starter at a need position in 2nd. You do not make choices on a player because he or another might get knocked out of a game. It can happen to anyone.
     
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  9. Polo

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    I'd rather not give up Sage, but if the price is right you gotta strike while the irons hot...
     
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    A 2nd round pick sounds mighty temptin'...I'd jump at it.
     
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    Yep! I don't want to lose him either, (especially when Schaub wasn't the healthiest guy in the world for us last year) but if the deal is too good to pass, you take it.

    Do NOT be surprised to see us making moves on Draft Day.
     
  12. nunusguy

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    If we could get #8 in the 2nd round, that would be tempting. I dunno anything about the Ravens offense, wonder if Sage is a fit for what they run ?
     
  13. rmartin65

    rmartin65 I'm Score

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    I would take a second easy. I would probably take a 3rd and a 6th as well. Then again, I love picks. Its like a drug to me.
     
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    Yeah, you do. It's called depth.
     
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    Thread title makes no sense.
     
  16. Mr PC

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    I really want to keep Sage, but if Baltimore offers the #38 pick I think would take it. But nothing less than their second round pick, Sage is too valuable to this organization.
     
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  18. DiehardChris

    DiehardChris You betcha!

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    I'm in total agreement.

    I like Sage but if Balt. offered no.38 I would take it.

    On draft day I would wait & if a player was there that I liked in the 3rd round (Molden or Johnston) & Balt. offered a 3rd I would make the deal.

    I think this is what Smithiak are waiting on come draft day.
     
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    Don't overlook the Packers as a trading partner, particularly since the Vikings have expressed an interest and we signed Quinn Gray out from under them.

    I'm definitely in the "trade Sage" camp if we can do as well as a third-rounder. My guess is that this time next year we'd be lucky to get a fifth-rounder for him. Buy low, sell high.
     

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