Last edited by pedro; 01-15-2008 at 07:07 PM.
Get your nunchucks and the keys to your dad's car. I know where we can get a gun
I'm a Bengals fan... it's not a horse that I ride, it's a one legged mule, and it doesn't stand very high at all
Last edited by cincrazy; 01-15-2008 at 07:03 PM.
I would trade him for a 1st rounder and Jay Bruce
Why would anyone trade a 1st for him until it is clear whether Moss is returning to the Patriots?
I wouldn't send Chad b/c we know what Chad can and will do, while we have seen what TJ's done, but can't accurately predict what he can do. Chad's a special talent. TJ, not so much. Chad's an elite WR. Again, TJ, not so much.
If someone was dumb enough to offer 2 1st Round Picks for any WR, there's no possible way you can turn down that offer. I like Chad as much as the next guy, but 2 1st Round Picks? That's a no-brainer. As for revamping the D, I'm not so convinced 2 1st Round Draft Picks would really help all that much. We just have too many needs. The more I think about it, the more I think we need to keep Chad and Carson, and send everyone else packing that's 27 or older. Interesting to see how that would play out.
Sure, maybe we could draft the next Chad Johnson.
Ted Ginn, Jr.
The guys with * have made the pro bowl (Roy Williams of the Cowboys continues to make the Pro Bowl so take this with a grain of salt) and tend to be pretty good bets to be #1 type recievers. Outside of the Pro Bowlers, Holmes and Evans are really see the only other WR's that I can forsee becomeing a type #1 reciever. IMO none of these guys will become as good of a WR as Chad is.
I read some research about NFL draft picks in recent years, and when it came to drafting wide receivers in the first round, the odds were about 50/50 that the WR would be a bust.
I wouldn't trade him for a first round pick. While I don't agree with everything Chad does, I don't think he's responsible for all the selfishness/maturity issues often associated with the team.