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SR 7
04-27-2006, 05:42 PM
i dono what ya'll think. I think its bunkley, wimbley as CLE loves him or Huff.

TotoreMexico
04-27-2006, 06:07 PM
i dono what ya'll think. I think its bunkley, wimbley as CLE loves him or Huff.

I think we don't have enough picks to move that high, but I would love to see Huff playing for the Phins

DolfanChris06
04-27-2006, 06:14 PM
not very likely

MadLib
04-27-2006, 06:18 PM
I think we don't have enough picks to move that high, but I would love to see Huff playing for the Phins

The only scenario I see where Huff makes it out of the top ten is if the Vikes make a trade with Detroit to land Jay Cutler and I honestly think the only chance that happens is if Huff is off the board at #9. My point being, you can pretty much forget about Huff @ #11.

Crowder52
04-27-2006, 06:25 PM
This is from ESPN Insider:

There also is some trade buzz regarding the Rams with the 11th overall selection. According to a source close to the situation, the Rams would consider moving back for the right deal, but only if quarterback Cutler is off the board. That obviously begs the question of how interested new head coach Scott Linehan truly is in Cutler. If the answer is very interested, the Rams might also be in the market to trade up a couple of spots to snatch Cutler ahead of the Cardinals, who are leaning toward Cutler at No. 10. As far as a trade-down partner is concerned for the Rams, I've been told Miami is one of the interested teams.

newlownorder
04-27-2006, 06:25 PM
i dono what ya'll think. I think its bunkley, wimbley as CLE loves him or Huff.


uhhh.........what???:confused: why would we move up, how would we move up?

MadLib
04-27-2006, 06:31 PM
This is from ESPN Insider:

There also is some trade buzz regarding the Rams with the 11th overall selection. According to a source close to the situation, the Rams would consider moving back for the right deal, but only if quarterback Cutler is off the board. That obviously begs the question of how interested new head coach Scott Linehan truly is in Cutler. If the answer is very interested, the Rams might also be in the market to trade up a couple of spots to snatch Cutler ahead of the Cardinals, who are leaning toward Cutler at No. 10. As far as a trade-down partner is concerned for the Rams, I've been told Miami is one of the interested teams.

What could we realistically offer St. Louis to move up 6 picks. We absolutely cannot give up anymore first day picks this year and it would require more than a 3rd to do it. The only player I think would even be worth such a trade would be Ngata.

ChambersWI
04-27-2006, 06:34 PM
only way we trade up is if Huff is available.

MadLib
04-27-2006, 06:37 PM
only way we trade up is if Huff is available.

Im a die hard Longhorn fan and ive watched every game Huff has ever played in and I still dont think that trade would be worth it considering the amount of defensive back talent available in the first day of the draft.

Crowder52
04-27-2006, 06:37 PM
What could we realistically offer St. Louis to move up 6 picks. We absolutely cannot give up anymore first day picks this year and it would require more than a 3rd to do it. The only player I think would even be worth such a trade would be Ngata.

I completely agree with you bro, I was just quoting the source.

newlownorder
04-27-2006, 06:44 PM
Im a die hard Longhorn fan and ive watched every game Huff has ever played in and I still dont think that trade would be worth it considering the amount of defensive back talent available in the first day of the draft.

Yeah, I don't see a way in which we could trade up to the Rams, it would be stupid and pointless and have us lose more draft choices which we don't have.

In_Flames
04-27-2006, 06:48 PM
I think we don't have enough picks to move that high, but I would love to see Huff playing for the Phins

I agree...Would love to somehow get Huff, but realistically I see no way to move that high...

ChambersWI
04-27-2006, 06:52 PM
Im a die hard Longhorn fan and ive watched every game Huff has ever played in and I still dont think that trade would be worth it considering the amount of defensive back talent available in the first day of the draft.

let me rephrase it. Huff is the best DB in the draft, and fits our defense so if he is available when the Rams pick, we'll try to get him.

MadLib
04-27-2006, 07:49 PM
let me rephrase it. Huff is the best DB in the draft, and fits our defense so if he is available when the Rams pick, we'll try to get him.

Im not sure why it was necessary to rephrase it because there really was no one arguing the fact that Huff is the best DB in the draft. The real question is, do you think he is worth giving up our 3rd and 4th rd picks to move up 5 spots to get him? Because thats what it would take to move up to that selection. Last year we got Channing Crowder and Travis Daniels in those rounds, im not willing to subsitute 3 quality players for one potential superstar db.

Motion
04-27-2006, 09:30 PM
Whats the story behind this thread? Is this just your idea or is there a legit source? (besides that ESPN article)

Paul 13
04-27-2006, 11:26 PM
doesn't make much sense given the lack of firepower we have to move up....

nahmoss
04-28-2006, 04:57 PM
Take Jason Allen at 16 and be happy. I think he will be real good.

dolfan3431
04-28-2006, 05:29 PM
in the long run cromartie will be better than huff. He would have been a top 5 had he stayed a nother year, and a top 10 this year if he hadn't got hurt. STAY AND DRAFT CROMARTIE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!