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Thread: Trade for Larry Fitz, resign reggie/hartline, sign fasano/bennett, draft s.bailey WVA

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    FA Trade for Larry Fitz, resign reggie/hartline, sign fasano/bennett, draft s.bailey WVA

    There its not hard. I just did Ireland's job for him. You want a contender? u want a playoff team next year? then make moves ireland and add playmakers its not hard. Larry Fitzgerald is to be had and has been for 3 years now. The cardinals were close to trading him to the eagles in the kolb deal, the article is below. The cardinals cleaned house and have a whole new front office and staff and would love to entertain draft picks for their 29 year old veteran wide receiver. They dont even have a QB, they might want to start from scratch on offense their OL is awful and RB's are suspect, they have holes. He would probably cost what marshall costed us the first time. Maybe two 2nd round picks? Would you do that for a top 3 WR and a true alpha WR? He is a team leader and stand up citizen and would immediately upgrade the offense and locker-room. Also he has less question marks about him than bowe, wallace, or jennings. Bowe bad hands? character? jennings old? injury prone? wallace character issues? can only run 9 routes? Now dont get me wrong I would take any one of those guys jennings, wallace, or bowe. But I would MUCH rather have a 29 year old Larry Fitzgerald who brings no baggage and his good football left in him. Why not place this call Ireland? I guarantee this move could be pulled off.

    The I'm resigning Bush and Hartline to modest contracts nothing crazy. Sign Martellus Bennett and resign fasano. Draft stedman bailey from west virginia. Go into next season with this as your offense and tell me this is not a much improved offense and ready to compete:


    QB-Ryan Tannehill

    RB-Reggie Bush/Lamar Miller

    WR-Larry Fitzgerald
    WR-Brian Hartline
    WR-Devon Bess
    WR-Stedman Bailey
    WR-Armon Binns/Rishard Matthews

    TE-Martellus Bennett/Anthony Fasano

    LT- Jonathan Martin
    LG- Richie Incognito
    C-Mike Pouncey
    RG-Brandon Moore-FA
    RT-Will Yeatman/Draft Pick



    http://m.nfl.com/news/0ap10000000648...delphia-eagle/
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    Quote Originally Posted by phinatic1399 View Post
    There its not hard.
    Nope you can do all this in about an hour, then take a dump, warm up some pizza, grab an energy drink and settle in for a long night of Madden.

    I've always been a big fan of trading for the top four picks in the draft every year, too. Maybe you should throw that in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    Nope you can do all this in about an hour, then take a dump, warm up some pizza, grab an energy drink and settle in for a long night of Madden.

    I've always been a big fan of trading for the top four picks in the draft every year, too. Maybe you should throw that in there.
    Madden had an awesome glitch where the CPU teams valued a winning team's picks more than their own in the regular season. You could turn the trade deadline off and swap out your 1st rounder for the team with the worst record's 1st, 2nd and 3rd after week 16. I used to ball out on franchise mode. Surely Ireland can work something similar here to land Fitz.




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    Quote Originally Posted by tylerdolphin View Post
    Madden had an awesome glitch where the CPU teams valued a winning team's picks more than their own in the regular season. You could turn the trade deadline off and swap out your 1st rounder for the team with the worst record's 1st, 2nd and 3rd after week 16. I used to ball out on franchise mode. Surely Ireland can work something similar here to land Fitz.
    Abused that glitch many times myself. Pretty sure Jimmy Johnson used it in the Herschel Walker trade, too.
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    I really don't think this is far fetched. At least not enough to justify all the madden comments. Why wouldn't a team going nowhere with no QB try to get something for a guy who won't be around next time they can win.
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    What do you think he's worth? 29 years old, had a couple disappointing seasons in a row (at least by his standards). Could a 2nd do it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheWalrus View Post
    Abused that glitch many times myself. Pretty sure Jimmy Johnson used it in the Herschel Walker trade, too.
    Also used to save right before the draft, then do the draft and look at all the draftee's ratings. Then Id re-load to before the draft and know who to pick.

    You cant accuse Ireland of using that cheat.
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