Trade with the Colts? (SI article)

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  1. bad

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    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2006/writers/bill_syken/04/13/scorecard.daily/
     
  2. Hottoddie

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    No way we trade down to the 30th pick, even if they offered their whole draft this year & next year.
     
  3. LoneStarState

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    Hmmm... play vs VY AND RB twice a year?

    No thanks...

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    They let Edge go because of financial pressure. RB at #1 would kill their cap.

    Besides lets not go giving the most potent offense in the league another weapon especially when we play them twice a year.
     
  5. el toro

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    Hey, all that matters is that they trade down, because, like, well, it's trading down.
     
  6. bad

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    It reads better this way.
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  7. el toro

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    Problem is, a lot of Texan fans can't read.
     
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    It seems that some Texans fans can't quote properly, either.

    :rolleyes:
     


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    IT's probably time to get on the Arizona Cardinals Bandwagon.

    You remember the last time they let fo an elite Veteran runningback??
     
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    I wonder why they can't quote properly? :)
     
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    This is retarded, the only way we would do this is if they gave us peyton or Harrison, so this is just waste of thread space good job :cool:

    oops I didnt know it posted me earlier
     
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    Texans34Life I BLEED TEXANS!

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    I don't know if I want to trade down all the way until 30. I don't think it's worth giving away our #1 for the 30, 62, and all the rest of their picks. Maybe if they throw in a player.
     
  15. No way do the Texans trade with the Colts especially giving them Reggie Bush.
     
  16. TexasJedi

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    Trading down from #1 to #30 would be beyond terrible, unless they want to put Freeney on the table and that won't happen.

    Again unless that "player or two" involves Freeney, it won't happen. I guess this is just an idea he'd like to see happen, he doesn't care if it shafts the Texans so long as Indy gets Bush whom it "needs" more than Houston. The Texans are an afterthought to this maroon.
     
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    Actually, Robert Mathis would be cheaper & just as effective. How about their entire draft this year, their 1st & 2nd round picks next year, Robert Mathis, & Bob Sanders? Yeah, I think I'd consider it, if they made that offer. :)
     
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    Geezzz, did they hire Ditka as GM or something? I doubt even he would do that deal.
     

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