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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by Real World, Apr 28, 2007.

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  1. Real World

    Real World Moderator Staff Member

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    I thought he could possibley slide akin to Rogers last year, but I really didn't think it would happen as it has. Miami is dumb, as are the Vikings. He's KC's for sure, unless a team like Detroit or Cleveland sneaks back into the first round. Imagine KC will get a pick from Miami for Green, and then will also get Quinn as a replacement. That would be a double dandy for KC.
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    The only other team that might want to take him is Chicago. I reckon a trade up to #22 would cost them a lot, though; perhaps a #2 and #3.
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    Wow, Cleveland got him and boy did they pay. Crazy to give up next years #1, plus this years second. Totally dumb. I like Quinn alot, and think he'll be alot better than Russell, but to give up what htey gave is retarded. That pick next year will be an east top 10. Just crazy.
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    they give up alot but i think thew got the best player in the draft and whats up with miami ted ginn lol thats wey they will be 5-11 next yer
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    A Browns' VP or something made a comment on ESPN that made a lot of sense: "We could've waited one year to take a QB with next year's first round draft pick, or we could've traded that 1st round pick to get Quinn a year early."

    It makes sense really. Either way, they used a 1st round pick to get a good QB. It really only cost them a 2nd round pick.
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