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Let's make a trade.

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by The Playmaker, Apr 25, 2008.

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  1. The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

    Wright
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    Titans have a 1,2,3,4(3),5, and a 7. Let's make a package of like 2 4's and a 3 and get another 2nd. Let's get a WR, DE, and RB all within the first 2 rounds. Imagine Limas Sweed, Quentin Groves, and Jamaal Charles(or Chris Johnson) all for one team!
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  2. Jwill1919 Coach

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    Phillip Merling, Malcolm Kelly and Justin King or Antoine Cason...
  3. The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

    Wright
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    Anyway you want to slice it.
  4. onetontitan Fire, walk with me.

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    I think we're dreaming but HOPEFULLY MR is dreaming too! I think that's a great idea. We need more talent than depth at this point.
  5. Smart***Titan Camp Fodder

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    Cason over Justin King... Somebody is going to draft King in the first two rounds and waste a pick on a really good athlete who can't cover poop. Hopefully it won't be the Titans.
  6. The Playmaker pineapple pizza party

    Wright
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    Justin King just came out too early. He needs more expereince.
  7. Architect Pain Train

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    I actually think that this is the time to trade up with the late picks but trade DOWN with the First. The value for what we need wont be there at 24. If we can trade down with ATL or MIA we could get a bunch of picks in the second and third round then wreck shop!
  8. Titans2008 Camp Fodder

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    I don't know why we would want to unless it was for a particular player. This notion that you get quality at the top of the draft and depth later on is so falacious... talent comes at every spot in the draft. The real question is whether there is someone available somewhere in the 2nd who we think has more potential than the 2 picks we would likely have to give up to get him.
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