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postermaster
04-15-2007, 02:59 AM
Former Heisman Winner Matt Leinart fell to 9th last year, two years ago Aaron Rodgers fell down to under the 20's, In 1983 Dan fell down to 22nd, most of the years there are QB's that are drafted after projected so Quinn may fall to the 9th it depends in the draft boards of the teams above us...,

Eventhough I think that Cam and Randy are gonna pull the trigger and do whatever he can do to get Quinn, for example they are gonna wait til' they think that Quinn will be picked, for example at 6th and they are going to trade up, I don't know why, but like 20 minutes before each team picks they know who is gonna be, so they are going to wait til' the last moment to trade up (to give less round picks) or wait for him to fall to the 9th.

taylormvp99
04-15-2007, 03:16 AM
I think they'll move up to the 6 spot to get him.

Blitz
04-15-2007, 03:19 AM
If he falls to six, I think they'll try to move up to get him. If they're unable to move up, I still think there's a chance he falls to us. If we don't get him, I'm certain we'll still get a very good player and have a good draft...

Roman529
04-15-2007, 03:19 AM
I think if Quinn gets past the first four teams, then we have a shot at trading up for him. BUT, I think we cannot give away the store for one player, no matter who he is. :rolleyes2 I think a trade with the Redskins (our 9th and maybe a 3rd rounder, for the Redskins first pick) is workable.

djavelin
04-15-2007, 04:34 AM
Marino was the 27th pick.

Elliott 1
04-15-2007, 06:34 AM
It just isn't going to happen. It's Trent Green,Cleo Lemon,Gibran Hamdan, and a draft pick. A realistic draft pick.

taylormvp99
04-15-2007, 06:38 AM
I think Miami will move up to 6 to get him but I don't know if they need to. Say Quinn slides to 6 and Washington is on the clock. The only player they can take which would be terrible for Miami would be Laron Landry. If they take an end like Carricker, Landry will be drafted by Minnesota, in my opinion. Then Atlanta will not take Quinn at 8 so he will be there at 9. It is a risk because Minnesota could opt to go for the QB since Childress is an offensive guy. I wouldn't risk it and move up to 6 to get him.

Kdawg954
04-15-2007, 07:53 AM
I tell u tho, If Landry is gone and ATL can't trade up for CJ, they are a good target to trade down w/ a QB needing team . . . thats why its tuff to sit at 9 and try to nab him, but like I have said I seriously doubt him getting past Cleveland.

finfan54
04-15-2007, 09:00 AM
Let Quinn fall to you at 9. If it dont happen, just get Kolb in the second.

TPD1479
04-15-2007, 10:18 AM
All I know is the draft is gonna be FUN.....

MexDolfan
04-15-2007, 10:20 AM
I think if Quinn gets past the first four teams, then we have a shot at trading up for him. BUT, I think we cannot give away the store for one player, no matter who he is. :rolleyes2 I think a trade with the Redskins (our 9th and maybe a 3rd rounder, for the Redskins first pick) is workable.
I'm on this wagon!!!

NE DOLFAN
04-15-2007, 11:28 AM
I think Miami will move up to 6 to get him but I don't know if they need to. Say Quinn slides to 6 and Washington is on the clock. The only player they can take which would be terrible for Miami would be Laron Landry. If they take an end like Carricker, Landry will be drafted by Minnesota, in my opinion. Then Atlanta will not take Quinn at 8 so he will be there at 9. It is a risk because Minnesota could opt to go for the QB since Childress is an offensive guy. I wouldn't risk it and move up to 6 to get him.

I aggree. Unless someone has some inside info, there's no way of knowing which way Minnesota is leaning toward. It's too risky to just sit there at #9 and hope Minnesota doesn't take him. We probably should give up a 3rd round pick and move up if we can. If Quinn becomes a franchise QB for us, then it was worh it. I'm willing to take a chance.

eomdtbtr
04-15-2007, 11:56 AM
Marino was picked at 27.

If the draft goes like this, which I can see happening, we wouldn't have to trade up.

Oakland: Calvin Johnson
Detroit: Gaines Adams
Cleveland: Adrian Peterson
Tampa Bay: Amobi Okoye
Arizona: Joe Thomas
Washington: Adam Carriker
Minnesota: Jamarcus Russell
Atlanta: Laron Landry
Miami: Brady Quinn

Finsfan1984
04-15-2007, 12:20 PM
Marino was picked at 27.

If the draft goes like this, which I can see happening, we wouldn't have to trade up.

Oakland: Calvin Johnson
Detroit: Gaines Adams
Cleveland: Adrian Peterson
Tampa Bay: Amobi Okoye
Arizona: Joe Thomas
Washington: Adam Carriker
Minnesota: Jamarcus Russell
Atlanta: Laron Landry
Miami: Brady Quinn
That would be fine by me!

Kdawg954
04-15-2007, 12:30 PM
Marino was picked at 27.

If the draft goes like this, which I can see happening, we wouldn't have to trade up.

Oakland: Calvin Johnson
Detroit: Gaines Adams
Cleveland: Adrian Peterson
Tampa Bay: Amobi Okoye
Arizona: Joe Thomas
Washington: Adam Carriker
Minnesota: Jamarcus Russell
Atlanta: Laron Landry
Miami: Brady Quinn

Just can't imagine the top 2 QB's . . . both with tons of potential sliding past the top 3, and past the top 5 w/o some trades happening . . Just don't see it . . . I also think Minny would take Quinn over Russell . . . just a hunch.

Dolfan32323
04-15-2007, 12:39 PM
Yes, I want them to get him. No, I do not think they will make any moves to trade up and grab him. My gut feeling says we will have either Kolb, Stanton, Edwards, or Beck. Any of these QBs are fine with me (including Quinn of course).

eomdtbtr
04-15-2007, 01:06 PM
Just can't imagine the top 2 QB's . . . both with tons of potential sliding past the top 3, and past the top 5 w/o some trades happening . . Just don't see it . . . I also think Minny would take Quinn over Russell . . . just a hunch.


I'm not saying that it's likely to happen, but it could. And if they slipped past the top three, why would you trade up when there are only teams that don't need QB's in front of you. If Minnesota took Quinn, I would be so happy, Russell is going to be a special QB.