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samikit13
04-19-2007, 12:23 AM
Odds are Quinn isnt falling to number 9. I can see miami making a move for him if he's there at number 6. My question is, what would miami have to give up to get there? I was looking at the draft value you chart and the following trade would work for both teams. Again, this is according to the chart. Miami trades picks 9 and 41 for the Redskins number 6 and 70. Or Miami trades picks number 9 and 60 for the Redskins number 6 and 134. The first trade is our 1st and early 2nd for their 1st and 3rd. The other trade is our 1st and late 2nd for their 1st and 5th. What do you guys think?

xxAQUA JOSHUAxx
04-19-2007, 12:37 AM
I wouldnt trade our early 2nd because there will be great wr's with that pic like jarrette or gonzales.

ASUFinFan
04-19-2007, 01:28 AM
Remember the Redskins are desperate for picks. We could send them our late second or third and I think that they would bite come draft day.

Skeet84
04-19-2007, 02:13 AM
I wouldnt trade our early 2nd because there will be great wr's with that pic like jarrette or gonzales.

Agreed! I would only trade up for Calvin Johnson

AirMarino72
04-19-2007, 03:22 AM
Yea we should trade up for Calvin Johnson open more running lanes for Ronnie. Trade for Det #2 since theyre looking to trade out. CJ going to be a stud WR. RD2 get Drew Staton, RD3 Ben Patrick then we would have nice weapons, rest draft OL, and needed postions. Trade Det #2,34 picks for our #9,40,60,and a #3 or 4th rounder next year, we would solve a lot of offense problems and great duo with Chambers,and add a top rated QB, and a TE.Then we would have a #2 RB pick and a #2 WR pick in recent dolphins history XD

Kdawg954
04-19-2007, 05:55 AM
Yea we should trade up for Calvin Johnson open more running lanes for Ronnie. Trade for Det #2 since theyre looking to trade out. CJ going to be a stud WR. RD2 get Drew Staton, RD3 Ben Patrick then we would have nice weapons, rest draft OL, and needed postions. Trade Det #2,34 picks for our #9,40,60,and a #3 or 4th rounder next year, we would solve a lot of offense problems and great duo with Chambers,and add a top rated QB, and a TE.Then we would have a #2 RB pick and a #2 WR pick in recent dolphins history XD

I mean it would cost Wayyyyy to much to trade up w/ Detroit . . . and that trade you just offered Detroit . . . lol I mean its not even possible . . . . LOL and get their 34 pick . . . man thats laughable. Seriously it would be the 2 pick for 9,40,60 and 71 . . . and more . . . probably some 2008 first day stuff . . . tho Detroit may settle on just those 4 picks if they dont offered anything better . . . they could probably snag Willis @ 9.

With Cleveland, the trade would be better . . . probably 9, 40 and 60 with a late rounder . . . the best option would be to offer a player instead . . . maybe Booker or dare I say Chambers . . . that makes the deal easier to make.

DreamWeaver
04-19-2007, 08:25 AM
Remember the Redskins are desperate for picks. We could send them our late second or third and I think that they would bite come draft day.

Also, the Redskins would love to get a pass rusher like Gaines Adams...if he falls because of the marijuana allegations then the could trade down with us and still get their guy.

NYinBostonFin
04-19-2007, 08:33 AM
If Quinn makes it past Cleveland, most likely he will drop to us.

Caliphinfan23
04-19-2007, 08:34 AM
I think it is only worth trading all those picks for Quinn. WRs just aren't worth all that. QB is the single most important position on any team. If you have a Brady, Manning or Marino you are going to be a contender.

I've said it before the most I would give (and its a lot) #9, #60 maybe a late 6th or 7th Rd'er and a 1st next year.

There are guys on here that will think I am crazy but that year that ND played USC and Leinart came back to win in the final seconds...the only reason ND was even in that game and almost won was the play of Quinn. They lost a lot of big games but IMO it was the play calling of weiss that killed them. all too often they would go for it on 4th Down in their own territory and put themselves in impossible situations early in the game. I think the kid is a winner and, at the very least, does not lack confidence.