Trade with Denver

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  1. rollinstone18

    rollinstone18 let it bleed

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    Houston trades #10th overall selection (1300 points)

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    Denver for #21 overall (800), #56 overall (340), #86 overall(160)


    Okoye, Carriker, Willis, Adams, Anderson have all got to be at the top of Denver's draftboard and it's a fair deal in terms of draft value points.

    IN ADDITION, send David Carr and #56 (340) to Miami for #40 (500)
    Carr is basically deemed a mid-late 3rd round pick........ it could happen.

    With the trades comes a mock draft:

    1st
    #21 - Darrelle Revis CB

    2nd
    #40 - Brandon Meriweather S

    3rd
    #73 - Rufus Alexander LB
    #86 - Brandon Mebane DT

    4th
    #103 - Doug Free OT

    5th
    #134 - David Ball WR

    6th
    #168 - Kevin Boss TE

    7th
    #199 - Justin Medlock K
     
  2. Specnatz

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    looks like you forgot to adress the O-line in the first 3 rounds .. just like casserly.
     
  3. Ole Miss Texan

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    not bad all in all, i'd definitly love to trade down and pick up some picks.

    Denver wouldn't give that much up.

    If anything they do something like we did today..actually probably the EXACT same thing.

    Swap 1st round picks
    2007 2nd round pick
    2008 2nd round pick

    no team is going to trade their entire 1st day in one year.
     
  4. beerlover

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    boy if the Texans don't grab a WR to give this Schaub kid another target & free up AJ I'd really be surprised. the Texans have to position themselves for Anthony Gonzalez his game is taylor made for the next level his cutting ability, route running combined with the attitude, smarts & cut blocking would be essential for Kubiaks offense to flourish.

    overall I like your idea & picks especially that Boss kid, he's another Owen Daniels yet more expolsive :)
     
  5. keyfro

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    that could very well happen but i'm willing to bet we would go after a WR in the 1st and get the corner in the 3rd
     
  6. O.G.

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    This is a very real posibility and something I wouldn't mind happening. We could also trade with New England for both of there 1st round picks since they really don't want to tender 2 1st rounder's this year IMO.
     
  7. keyfro

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    a trade with new england looks more and more like a possibility now...we the two picks in the 1st round we could grab the last FS in the first round and maybe a WR...then grab the top corner available in round 3
     
  8. DRIFTAWAY

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    This would be excellent.. our defense would become one to be dealt with. We would need to have some more free agent acquisitions though.
     
  9. michaelm

    michaelm vox nihili

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    IMO, nothing has happened to make a trade with NE any more possible than it has been, or any more possible than a trade with another team...
     
  10. Ryan

    Ryan THIS YEAR

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    if we moved down to 21 that would be a good time to draft sidney rice.
     
  11. rollinstone18

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    Denver would still have a third round pick, # 70 overall.
     
  12. rollinstone18

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    Uh, who exactly is worthy of a 1-3 pick? Free is actually a good fit for Kubiak's system.
     
  13. Specnatz

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    Honestly I am not sure where lineman will go, after the first two and since we no longer are at the top of the second. I just want to make sure that the team has no reason to make any excuses about not trying to make sure the line is set.

    Beerlover, ND has a pro day tomorrow or sat I forget the day and depending on what he runs where do you think Rehma McKnight will go? He has decent size and could be a very good possesion reciever.
     
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    2002-
    2nd Round- Chester Pitts, OG (San Diego State)
    3rd Round- Fred Weary, OG (Tennessee)

    2003
    3rd Round- Seth Wand, OT (Northwest Missouri State)

    2006
    3rd Round- Charles Spencer, OT (Pittsburgh)
    3rd Round- Eric Winston, OT (Miami)
     
  15. threetoedpete

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    Jordon Black &
    fifth round....

    We'll get it built up one of these years.
     
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    Sidney Rice would be a great #2 WR! Great idea!:yahoo:
     
  17. awtysst

    awtysst Draft Guru

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    Ryan Kalil: Center
    Ben Grubbs:Guard
     
  18. rollinstone18

    rollinstone18 let it bleed

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    If you want Kalil over Revis, then that's your perogative as he won't be available at #40th overall. Does Grubbs project as a potential tackle? I don't know much about him.

    No Doug Free fans I guess.
     
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    the degree of desperation ?
     
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    Grubbs is a very good, ZBS true gaurd.
     

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