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Blitz
04-14-2007, 02:21 AM
Trade With the Saints:

Picks 71 & 199

FOR

Picks 88, 125 & 126

Trade With the Raiders:

Daunte Culpepper & Picks 108, 181 & 238

FOR

Picks 100, 175 & 211

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We would end up with ten picks, with half of them in the top 100.
Here would be our breakdown:

009 - 1st Round (9th)
040 - 2nd Round (8th)
060 - 2nd Round (28th)
088 - 3rd Round (24th)
100 - 4th Round (1st)
125 - 4th Round (26th)
126 - 4th Round (27th)
175 - 6th Round (1st)
211 - 7th Round (1st)
219 - 7th Round (9th)

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Here's my mock if we made these trades:

009 - Brady Quinn (QB - Notre Dame)
040 - Ryan Kalil (C - USC) OR Justin Blalock (OG - Texas)
060 - LaMarr Woodley (DE/OLB - Michigan)
088 - John Wendling (S - Wyoming)
100 - Paul Williams (WR - Fresno St.)
125 - Adam Koets (OT - Oregon St.)
126 - Courtney Brown (CB - Cal Poly)
175 - Ryan Smith (CB - Florida)
211 - Michael Allan (TE - Whitworth)
219 - Kasey Studdard (OG - Texas)

RFAs: Germaine Race (RB - Pittsburg St.) & Kody Bliss (P - Auburn)

Trade a 2008 conditional draft pick for Trent Green

taylormvp99
04-14-2007, 02:37 AM
I definitely make the Oakland one and most likely make the New Orleans one, depending on who's there.

WestCKoastiN
04-14-2007, 02:39 AM
I still believe in Culpepper :D

taylormvp99
04-14-2007, 02:44 AM
Culpepper won't be needed with Brady Quinn around. They would probably use one of the later picks to get Green to tutor him. Drafting Quinn would be the only way I would want Green. I don't think Culpepper with his questionable decisions should be tutoring a young potential franchise QB.

Alex44
04-14-2007, 02:56 AM
Culpepper won't be needed with Brady Quinn around. They would probably use one of the later picks to get Green to tutor him. Drafting Quinn would be the only way I would want Green. I don't think Culpepper with his questionable decisions should be tutoring a young potential franchise QB.

Well obviously, but we can't actually count on him being there at #9 so I would onlt trade Culpepper AFTER we picked up Quinn.

taylormvp99
04-14-2007, 03:03 AM
I don't want him without Brady Quinn either. I think he's done. If Quinn isn't there then they will have Edwards, Stanton, or Kolb. Get somebody else that will not cost a draft pick to tutor one of them. I wouldn't want Culpepper getting his hands on any young QB.

Agent51
04-14-2007, 03:05 AM
Trade With the Saints:

Picks 71 & 199

FOR

Picks 88, 125 & 126

Trade With the Raiders:

Daunte Culpepper & Picks 108, 181 & 238

FOR

Picks 100, 175 & 211

__________________

We would end up with ten picks, with half of them in the top 100.
Here would be our breakdown:

009 - 1st Round (9th)
040 - 2nd Round (8th)
060 - 2nd Round (28th)
088 - 3rd Round (24th)
100 - 4th Round (1st)
125 - 4th Round (26th)
126 - 4th Round (27th)
175 - 6th Round (1st)
211 - 7th Round (1st)
219 - 7th Round (9th)


Well Here would be my mock if we did those trades:

1st (#9) - Brady Quinn, QB - Notre Dame
2nd (#40) - Ryan Kalil, C - USC
2nd (#60) - Sidney Rice, WR - South Carolina
3rd (#88) - Josh Beekman, OG - Boston College
4th (#100) - HB Blades, ILB - Pitt
4th (#125) - Quinn Pitcock, DT - Ohio State
4th (#126) - Travarous Bain, CB - Hampton
6th (#175) - Johnnie Harline, TE - BYU
7th (#211) - Prescott Burgess, OLB - Michigan
7th (#219) - Dane Uperesa, OT - Hawai'i

UDFAs:

Nate Ilaoa, RB - Hawai'i
Strengths:
Has great bulk (5-8, 245)...Excellent hands and can really be a weapon as a receiver out of the backfield...Is strong, powerful and runs hard...A load to bring down and has terrific balance...Natural runner with great vision and instincts...Very productive.

CJ AH You, DE - Oklahoma
Strengths:
He has a terrific motor....Adequate size and bulk (6-3, 274)...Has pretty good timed speed (4.70 40)...A natural pass rusher with a knack for getting after the quarterback...Athletic...Solid production in the Sooners d-line rotation...Has nice range...Is excellent in pursuit.


Marquice Cole, CB - Northwestern (to be used as a return specialist)
Strengths:
Excellent timed speed...Height and bulk are adequate (5-9, 191)...Quick and explosive (4.33 40)...A playmaker who is always a threat to take it the distance...Has excellent recovery speed...Very athletic...Big time potential as a return man...

Justin Medlock, K - UCLA (should he go undrafted)
Strengths:
Has more than enough leg...Range well beyond 50 yards...Better on kickoffs than he is given credit for...Has a lot of experience and was quite productive....He did everything right since the end of his college career, performing well in the East / West Shrine game and even winning the kicking portion of the All-Star Challenge

Sean Douglas, P - Washington
Strengths:
Excellent leg strength...Good hang time...Great placement and can stick it inside the twenty...Can perform in adverse weather...Does a terrific job of adjusting to poor snaps...A solid athlete...Decent size...Versatile and can also kickoff...Upside

PHAZINPHINZPHAN
04-14-2007, 11:15 AM
If we made these trades I would want

1st (#9) - Brady Quinn, QB - Notre Dame
2nd (#40) - Steve Smith, WR - USC
2nd (#60) - Lamar Woodley, DE/OLB
3rd (#88) - Samson Satelle, OC - Hawaii
4th (#100) - Tanard Jackson, FS - Syracuse
4th (#125) - Kenny Scott, CB
4th (#126) - Yamon Figurs, PR/KR/ST
6th (#175) - Matt Spaeth, TE - Minnesota
7th (#211) - Prescott Burgess, OLB - Michigan
7th (#219) - Dane Uperesa, OT - Hawaii

TractorTraylor
04-14-2007, 11:23 AM
Well Here would be my mock if we did those trades:

1st (#9) - Brady Quinn, QB - Notre Dame
2nd (#40) - Ryan Kalil, C - USC
2nd (#60) - Sidney Rice, WR - South Carolina
3rd (#88) - Josh Beekman, OG - Boston College
4th (#100) - HB Blades, ILB - Pitt
4th (#125) - Quinn Pitcock, DT - Ohio State
4th (#126) - Travarous Bain, CB - Hampton
6th (#175) - Johnnie Harline, TE - BYU
7th (#211) - Prescott Burgess, OLB - Michigan
7th (#219) - Dane Uperesa, OT - Hawai'i

UDFAs:

Nate Ilaoa, RB - Hawai'i
Strengths:
Has great bulk (5-8, 245)...Excellent hands and can really be a weapon as a receiver out of the backfield...Is strong, powerful and runs hard...A load to bring down and has terrific balance...Natural runner with great vision and instincts...Very productive.

CJ AH You, DE - Oklahoma
Strengths:
He has a terrific motor....Adequate size and bulk (6-3, 274)...Has pretty good timed speed (4.70 40)...A natural pass rusher with a knack for getting after the quarterback...Athletic...Solid production in the Sooners d-line rotation...Has nice range...Is excellent in pursuit.


Marquice Cole, CB - Northwestern (to be used as a return specialist)
Strengths:
Excellent timed speed...Height and bulk are adequate (5-9, 191)...Quick and explosive (4.33 40)...A playmaker who is always a threat to take it the distance...Has excellent recovery speed...Very athletic...Big time potential as a return man...

Justin Medlock, K - UCLA (should he go undrafted)
Strengths:
Has more than enough leg...Range well beyond 50 yards...Better on kickoffs than he is given credit for...Has a lot of experience and was quite productive....He did everything right since the end of his college career, performing well in the East / West Shrine game and even winning the kicking portion of the All-Star Challenge

Sean Douglas, P - Washington
Strengths:
Excellent leg strength...Good hang time...Great placement and can stick it inside the twenty...Can perform in adverse weather...Does a terrific job of adjusting to poor snaps...A solid athlete...Decent size...Versatile and can also kickoff...Upside

Highly Unlikely but That'd be a dream come true...