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Who do you select at 3?

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by titans2871, Jan 28, 2006.

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  1. SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    Yeah. Leinart can walk.:wink2:
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  2. GLinks Titans on the Rise

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    I'd be torn between Leinart and D'Brickashaw. I probably see if I can TRADE with the Jets, not just give up the pick. And I'd sit and answer the phone for about 12 1/2 minutes.
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    Man, some people in here are too afraid to think out of the box.

    Seriously, the big issue about trading down is who out of the Jets, Raiders, Lions or Cardinals might take a quarterback. If the Jets don't, then one could go to the Raiders (if they can afford it...), Millen will probably give Harrington another shot now that he fired another HC, and Cardinals have not been that bad at QB, it's more their O-line that needs work. If so we could probably trade all the way down to 12 (is Baltimore fed up with Boller soon? I wouldn't want to risk them taking the last of the 3 quarterbacks).

    And there's no question in my mind, that trading down while still getting one of the players you covet (in our case probably one of the 3 QB's) is the optimal solution.

    If you're afraid of taking chances, you pick D'Brick, since he pretty much can't fail to be an improvement on our O-line. As far as QB's I'm on the wagon that rates Cutler as high if not higher than Leinart, and I like Cutler's arm a lot.
  5. PhiSlammaJamma Yao

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    Leinert. Then I'd be more ok with dropping McNair because you have a Heisman trophy winner walking into a similar offense with a old connexion. It couldn't get much better than that. seriously. If you think Young is a major takent, imagine a heisman trophy winner already knowing the offense. It too is a perfect fit.
  6. SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    Matt Leinert...coming out of college how does he stack up against the Peyton Manning of 1998?
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    I'd be OK with trading down 1 spot with the Jets, but just passing on our pick would be stupid. You can't do that at #3 and not get any compensation...
  8. Vigsted Starter

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    Problem is you won't get Jets to trade 1 spot up, unless you know exactly who they want and strongarm them to give you a trade (like the Eli Manning deal). I just don't see it happening. However who the Jets are going to pick will, in my opinion, have a big impact on how far we could allow ourself to trade down, if it there are even any takers.
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    Reese talked the Giants in trading up one spot for Shockey.
  9. titanduck77 Camp Fodder

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    matt leinart has an arm. youll see
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