Would Your Trade the 1st Pick for Rg3?

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  1. thetexanator

    thetexanator All Pro

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    one really good year, one bad year. could go either way, looks like he was brought back too soon.

    would you give up the 1st for him?

    id have to say i dont think i would. looks really damaged out there.:kitten:
     
  2. badboy

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    A 100 % healthy RG I would. With the Oline we are going to put together, he would be perfect.
     
  3. Tailgate

    Tailgate Fall of Hame

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    No brainer if cleared fully fit.
     
  4. ubecool454

    ubecool454 Hall of Fame

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    I wouldn't do it. If anything I would trade out of the first round and have 2 the following year and get Jameis Winston.
     
  5. thetexanator

    thetexanator All Pro

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    guys the injury is the only reason why it would happen. snyder wouldnt give up on a fully healthy rg3.
    he wont be back before the draft, so you gotta try and strike while there are still injury concerns otherwise it would never happen.
     
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    What if Winston does not come out or team with first pick does not want your two firsts?
     
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    So to clarify the trade has to be today based on known injury rather than the draft four months away when he could be better? I would not trade for an injured player as we learned from FA Ed Reed.
     
  8. Blake

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    Its really a sad situation IMO. The Redskins ruined RG3 by letting him play with damaged ligaments last season. It really pissed me off seeing that as I am a huge Rg3 fan.
     


  9. kingtexan

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    No, he was a flash in the pan. Will remain injury prone if he keeps running (like Vick) or be a mediocre passing QB (like Vick). Now Russel Wilson I would trade for ...
     
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    Only if Shanahan comes with him.
     
  11. Texian

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    Before the 2nd knee surgery YES, after the 2nd knee surgery doubtful.
     
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    You mean this Shannahan
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    right?
     
  13. Double Barrel

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    Nope. And I like RGIII, but I'm not convinced that he can consistently be the man for clutch situations.

    Not a popular pick, but I'd like Jake Matthews on the right side of our o-line. A badass offensive line can provide a lot of positive things to a variety of QBs and RBs. Gotta' consistently win in the trenches to do anything great in the NFL, and that is tried and true wisdom regardless of era.
     
  14. TheIronDuke

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    I would, I think him having a full off-season off to get healed would do him good. A lot of QB's have sophomore slumps, i.e Andrew Luck. I'd take RG3 over any QB in this draft class for sure. I'd like to hear what Seegara's racist daughter has to say about this though.
     
  15. Hervoyel

    Hervoyel The Right Track

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    No. I would not do that.

    That would get in the way of my drafting Jake Matthews.
     
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    Why would y'all want to draft a RT so high in the draft? RT's can be had with 2nd round or even later picks. We didn't get Duane until the end of the 1st and he might've even have fallen to the second.
     
  18. 2slik4u

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    Only without Shanahan would I take him.
     
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    But not the quality of Matthews nor could most of them replace Brown in a few years and keep going to pro bowl; even my guy James would be solid RT but not a left.
     
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    TEXANRED Texan-American

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    Nope. Getting RGIII is also aquiring RGII. I don't need no baby daddy drama.
     

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