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Thread: Realistically....what can we get for AB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    If we went to a 4-3 though Butler would only have 3 LBers to cover receivers then....

    You mean Butler might be forced to use a cornerback to cover a receiver? Oh that will never do!

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    Vegas is already putting out odds where AB ends up. Falcons are the favorites followed by the Lions, Jets, Raiders and Colts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelBucks View Post
    Vegas is already putting out odds where AB ends up. Falcons are the favorites followed by the Lions, Jets, Raiders and Colts.
    Falcons??? With Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, and Mohammed Sanu at WR already?
    Plan A: Trade 1.20/3.66/5.141 & 2020 3rd to BUF for 1.9 (ILB Devin White)

    Plan B:
    1.20 TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa 6-5 251
    2.52 WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State 6-5 227
    3.66 OLB Chase Winovich, Michigan 6-3 256
    3.83 S Amani Hooker, Iowa 5-11 210
    4.122 ILB David Long Jr., West Virginia 5-11 227
    5.141 CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston 6-2 208
    6.175 ILB Bobby Okereke, Stanford 6-1 239
    6.192 RB Travis Homer, Miami 5-10 201
    6.207 OG Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas 6-5 306
    7.219 DE Armon Watts, Arkansas 6-5 300

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    Quote Originally Posted by pittpete View Post
    If we went to a 4-3 though Butler would only have 3 LBers to cover receivers then....
    It would protect him, and us, from himself

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuthlessBurgher View Post
    Falcons??? With Julio Jones, Calvin Ridley, and Mohammed Sanu at WR already?
    Mohammed Sanu being the dud of the group. LOL. That's why they may want AB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steel Maniac View Post
    Mohammed Sanu being the dud of the group. LOL. That's why they may want AB.
    Sanu's 3 years in Atlanta:
    2016: 59 catches for 653 yards and 4 TD's
    2017: 67 catches for 703 yards and 5 TD's
    2018: 66 catches for 838 yards and 4 TD's

    As a team's 3rd receiving option, that's hardly a dud. And Julio is already established as their WR1 and Ridley as their WR2.

    This one makes little sense, unless Arthur Blank thinks he's playing fantasy football.
    Plan A: Trade 1.20/3.66/5.141 & 2020 3rd to BUF for 1.9 (ILB Devin White)

    Plan B:
    1.20 TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa 6-5 251
    2.52 WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State 6-5 227
    3.66 OLB Chase Winovich, Michigan 6-3 256
    3.83 S Amani Hooker, Iowa 5-11 210
    4.122 ILB David Long Jr., West Virginia 5-11 227
    5.141 CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston 6-2 208
    6.175 ILB Bobby Okereke, Stanford 6-1 239
    6.192 RB Travis Homer, Miami 5-10 201
    6.207 OG Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas 6-5 306
    7.219 DE Armon Watts, Arkansas 6-5 300

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    I here you but JJ is JJ; Ridley has sky high potential and AB is an upgrade over MS. No doubt which one of those guys is being replaced.. it’s Sanu.

    Those are plodding numbers; notice in Ryan’s MVP year the numbers are basically the same. Sanu has a low ceiling. Dud. And Sanu was mostly the second option those years.

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    Sanu was so great those years, that they drafted Riddley last year.

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    AB is not good at sharing.. so that would be a terrible move

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    Jeremy Fowler
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    Through a representative, Antonio Brown has respectfully declined comment on trade developments. But sources close to the All-Pro say he's prepared for anything -- he's open to returning, but also the chance to show he can succeed in any offense. Any team that takes on Brown's contract will get a player plenty motivated.

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    Plan A: Trade 1.20/3.66/5.141 & 2020 3rd to BUF for 1.9 (ILB Devin White)

    Plan B:
    1.20 TE T.J. Hockenson, Iowa 6-5 251
    2.52 WR Hakeem Butler, Iowa State 6-5 227
    3.66 OLB Chase Winovich, Michigan 6-3 256
    3.83 S Amani Hooker, Iowa 5-11 210
    4.122 ILB David Long Jr., West Virginia 5-11 227
    5.141 CB Isaiah Johnson, Houston 6-2 208
    6.175 ILB Bobby Okereke, Stanford 6-1 239
    6.192 RB Travis Homer, Miami 5-10 201
    6.207 OG Hjalte Froholdt, Arkansas 6-5 306
    7.219 DE Armon Watts, Arkansas 6-5 300

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