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View Poll Results: Was the Brandon Marshall trade a good trade or horrible trade?

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Thread: Was the Brandon Marshall trade a good trade or horrible trade?

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    Was the Brandon Marshall trade a good trade or horrible trade?

    What do you think of the Brandon Marshall trade. Did we get good value or was it a bad trade.
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    well we wasted 2 years not getting a differnt receiver spent plenty of cap money and traded second round picks for third round picks great friggin deal lol
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    looking at the production, the headaches and potential suspension, I think we were lucky to get two 3rd round picks
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    The real question should be whether it was necessary or not. Could this team have moved on with him on our roster?
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    I'm sure these 3rd round picks will change the course of our franchise. They will make up for a top 10 receiver in this league.

    Can't wait to watch BMarsh highlights this year after he sits out for ...1 game? 2 games?...

    You want to trade him.... fine. You think getting two 3rd rounders for a top 10 receiver in this league who is MAYBE facing a small suspension, you are outright crazy.

    We spent years and years crying for a #1 receiver, and we get rid of him and everybody now realizes... oh F***... now we have no QB, no right side of the OL, no good TE's, and yet again we need another #1.

    Terrible trade
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    Even when a touchdown was scored if he was open you could see him throwing his arms up looking at the coaches like the QBs are just ignorant. That cant be good for team chemistry. He beats down women, some of those men in that locker room dont think much of him at all i guarantee that. He probably underminded the coaches AKA Joey Porter. He is a headcase thats a headache. He says all the right things. Then every offseason he beats up a woman. I say great trade!!!!!
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    Definitely mixed emotions for me. Kinda like when we got rid of Chambers. They both were phenomenal at times, but also had moments of complete garbage, costing us games. And the number of off the field incidents for B Marsh are just stacking up too high. Bitter sweet. Hope we hit on at least one high draft pick WR.
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    Anybody that thinks we got good value for him is absolutely crazy... Personally I think Denver should have gotten more for him from the get go. We have no other threats out wide and he helped out what running game we did have. I'm getting a sense that we're in rebuilding mode again!? We have a pretty good young defense and instead of improving our offense we take what little we had on offense and get rid of it. I wouldnt be surprised to see this front office trade jake long on draft day for a late 1 or early 2... I have no confidence in this FO right now and I hope philbin is a genius and knows what the hell is going on
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    FORGET about the off the field drama, those two penalties he got last season were absolutely inexcusable. The one where he threw the ball at Cutler on the sidelines and the other one where he threw the ball after the play.

    He was bad for team chemistry right from the start. Football is a team sport, so many people don't seem able to grasp that concept. He was inconsistant on the field as well.

    If Shula was the coach he wouldn't have lasted more than 2 days here. Bess's production suffered too because they were basically forcing the ball to Marshall all season long. How many INTz were the product of that?

    Ireland made the best of a bad situation. I'm sure we would have gotten more from the Bears if the last incident hadn't happened.
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    When we traded for him I was expecting to get Top 5 receiver production, instead he played like a borderline 15 receiver.

    The trade to the Bears was terrible at first, when we didn't know the details behind it. But now I understand and it was a good trade.
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