You vanquished me on the first offering Cousins. These are for fun. Perhaps this one is more appealing to your tastes. I have my flack jacket on. Go at it! DW Toys PART 1: Cardinals, Eagles and Patriots- The AZ Cards have many needs. They have no QB and there are none worth of the #5 pick in the Draft. They have a few chips that could make their way back east though. A blockbuster with a new face lift for the Cards is the key to this Trade. Plus it is better positioning to get a QB they might just want instead of throwing a top five pick at it. The N.E. Pats are Draft choice wealthy. They have targeted needs and some players they can turn with log jams at positions of depth. They have a solid chip to move with a All Pro NFL Guard. The Eagles happen to have a decent backup QB who wants to start that is not named Vick. They also have a WR who is extremely talented but is looking for a big pay day and makes no bones about it to the point of an issue. It is becoming a contest with Reid and the Eagles F.O. The Eagles have big needs in their defensive back field and O Line to protect Vick I propose the Cards trade WR Larry Fitzgerald, SS Adrian Wilson, DE Darnell Dockett plus the oft injured and to this point, over drafted RB Beanie Wells, and their #5 pick in the Draft to the Patriots for the Pats #17 and their #28 in round one, disgruntled All Pro Guard Logan Mankins, Pro Bowler S Brandon Merriweather ( who is a FA in 2012), up and coming DL Myron Prior, former Pats starting T/G Nick Kaczur, CB Jonathan Wilhite, WR/KR Brandon Tate, solid but unspectacular S James Sanders and former Pats starter DE/OLB Tully Banta-Cain. The Cards then send that #28 pick in the first round from N.E. PLUS former 2010 opening day starter QB Derek Anderson as a back-up for Vick over the unproven Mike Kafka, newly acquired OG Mankins, S James Sanders, WR/KR Brandon Tate and CB Jonathan Wilhite to the Eagles for QB Kolb, WR DeSean Jackson and LB Ernie Sims Why? Cards- They gain a whole new identity: â˘ They get what might be their âfranchiseâ QB with quality NFL starts already and not from this yearsâ QB class Draft who are all a gamble, â˘ Some added youth with talent in DL Pryor, â˘ Two Pro Bowlers including starter S Merriweather and one to dangle to the O Line needy Eagles to gain said QB, plus two #1 picks (again one as bait), â˘ A starting O-Lineman in the no- recovered Kaczur with 62 starts protecting Tom Brady, â˘ A Premium WR playmaker who is also a Special Teams homerun punt returner as a value-add, who takes away the sting of the departed Fitzgerald and new deal non-withstanding, at less salary outlay that Mr. Bidwell will like, â˘ A more realistic slotted first rounder #28 Draft choice to use to grab QB Kevin Kolb from the Eagles â˘ Plus some depth with a pair of veterans in sack specialist Banta-Cain and a young LB in Ernie Sims in lieu of the aging Porter and Hagans. â˘ And in the end they still maintain a first round pick at #17 and also #37 in the second. Faneca is now aging and an FA so they have a major need at guard or move Bridges to G and use the experienced Kaczur to start in at RT or perhaps move him to guard and he is still in his prime. Lutui might fall to FA. Whisenhunt is a run type coach in the Steelers mold. Drafting an O Lineman of quality as well would add to the mix. Merriweather can be a long career player for the Cards who is a hitter no doubt. He is young and will improve and is a Pro Bowler. He can be a tone setter. Wilson did not have his best year and Merriweather adds youth along with quality. Many Teams have inquired about young D Lineman Myron Pryor on the Pats. He seems to have value as he can play inside or outside. He is only 24. He started two games for the 14-2 Pats in 2010. He is a quality D Lineman who is recovering from a back injury but will be ready for 2011. Sims is a player the Eagles acquired last season. He is a little undisciplined for Andy Reid but maybe a better suited at ILB in the Cards 3-4 than 4-3 OLB. He is still young and might make a decent tandem in the middle of that 3-4 with Draft super-find Daryl Washington. Sims can play outside in a pinch. Banta-Cain is a slight upgrade on the aging Porter. He is most effective in passing situations. He does have 15 sacks his last two years. #17 in round one might be a good spot for a player like DE J.J. Watt to take Dockettâs place. Watt is a superb talent. If not OLB Aldon Smith could fit well and both of these kids at less signing money than at #5. Now at #37 they can go Mikel Leshoure RB who is the between the tackles thumper Whisenhunt thought Wells would be before nagging injuries made him a non-factor in AZ. Hightower and Leshoure would be a good RB tandem. The loss of the face of the franchise in Fitzgerald will take getting used to but if that sacrifice makes this Team that much better, it has to be done. Jackson makes the Cards more exciting the first day and they might not lose a beat plus the fact that Kolb is familiar with him helps. Wilson and Dockett were important players for Arizona but in truth 2010 was a down year for both.