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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by xpmar9x, Jan 23, 2013.
LOL SOMEBODY GUN OVERPAY
Definitely, but I would like to know we're interested in improving, would be nice to know we're trying.
I don't expect to land Revis, but at least try.
To be fair, the article said the teams mentioned were the "highly interested" ones, not necessarily the "only interested". I'd bet most every team has at least put out feelers.
I mean if we could get away with just givin them Hasselbeck, Griffin and maybe Babineaux and a 2nd, then by all means go for it...I just think Verner could be a deal breaker here
Thing about trades is; the other team has to want what youre offering.
Id pull the trigger in a second if New York would bite, but they wont go for that deal
Also, Griffin isn't considered trash by most of the league; just by us Titans fans mainly...I think around the league he's still considered a good safety. Hasselbeck is better than anything they have...It's worth trying isn't it?
Yea can't hurt, but I feel Munchak values Hasselbeck a little too much. Doubt he's willing to let his boyfriend go.
I just fail to see how this trade would be enticing to the Jets... at all. We're talking about one of the top corners in the league. Arguably, THE top corner.
Hasselbeck will be entering his 15th year (@ 38 years old) and is merely "serviceable" these days. I'm honestly not so sure he'd even be much of an upgrade over Sanchez at this point anyway.
Griffin has been REALLY bad the past couple years and is WAY overpaid. That's two major knocks against him.
Babineaux has no real trade value. There will be a dozen comparable guys at his position available in FA.
The simple fact is we don't have very many good players. And for that reason we need all of our draft picks. My two cents anyway.
Hahahaha after tearing his acl they are dreaming. Like I said before, they will be lucky to get a second for him.
Adrian Petterson and Jaamal Charles say whut up
they tore their knees apart and led the league in rushing yards a year later