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    Re: Vikings put No. 3 pick up for bid

    The sound you are hearing is the Browns front office pooping in their collective pants...

    They want RG III so badly!!!

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    Re: Vikings put No. 3 pick up for bid

    Quote Originally Posted by Slapstick
    The sound you are hearing is the Browns front office pooping in their collective pants...

    They want RG III so badly!!!
    Ideally, they'll overpay, move up to 3, and RGIII will be a bust. Nothing personal to RGIII, but I'd love to see the Browns swing and miss on another QB.


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    Re: Vikings put No. 3 pick up for bid

    The Vikings may want to trade, but the trade that is going to happen is both of the Browns picks 1.4 (1800) and 1.22 (780) for a total of 2580 to the Rams for 1.2 (2600), to prevent other teams like the Redskins from trying to leapfrog them. Colts take Luck #1, Browns take RG3 #2, Vikings take Kalil #3, and Rams take Blackmon #4 (who they probably would have taken at #2 anyway if RG3 stayed at Baylor for his senior season) and get the first rounder that originally belonged to the Falcons as a bonus.


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    Re: Vikings put No. 3 pick up for bid

    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    The Vikings may want to trade, but the trade that is going to happen is both of the Browns picks 1.4 (1800) and 1.22 (780) for a total of 2580 to the Rams for 1.2 (2600), to prevent other teams like the Redskins from trying to leapfrog them. Colts take Luck #1, Browns take RG3 #2, Vikings take Kalil #3, and Rams take Blackmon #4 (who they probably would have taken at #2 anyway if RG3 stayed at Baylor for his senior season) and get the first rounder that originally belonged to the Falcons as a bonus.
    That's one scenario I can certainly see unfolding. The Rams need to get Bradford his very own version of Megatron. Add that to #39, and a healthy Rams team could be real scary next year.


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    Re: Vikings put No. 3 pick up for bid

    Quote Originally Posted by rockonsteel
    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher
    The Vikings may want to trade, but the trade that is going to happen is both of the Browns picks 1.4 (1800) and 1.22 (780) for a total of 2580 to the Rams for 1.2 (2600), to prevent other teams like the Redskins from trying to leapfrog them. Colts take Luck #1, Browns take RG3 #2, Vikings take Kalil #3, and Rams take Blackmon #4 (who they probably would have taken at #2 anyway if RG3 stayed at Baylor for his senior season) and get the first rounder that originally belonged to the Falcons as a bonus.
    That's one scenario I can certainly see unfolding. The Rams need to get Bradford his very own version of Megatron. Add that to #39, and a healthy Rams team could be real scary next year.


    Rockon
    Yeah, everything went wrong for St. Louis last year. If Bradford gets healthy, they franchise Brandon Lloyd, draft Justin Blackmon, and still have Steven Jackson as you mentioned (perhaps Lance Kendricks develops into their version of Aaron Hernandez as well), Fisher should be able to bring them back to respectability real quick. Plus, in addition to that offense, they'll have respected, aggressive coaches like Gregg Williams and David McGinnis to coach up Chris Long, James Laurinaitis, and the rest of the defense too.


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