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  1. A.C Vegas

    A.C Vegas Rookie

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    I decied to do it again and i am going to keep doing it and even more in the off season when more peolple are watching.

    Darren McFadden 35 (#1, #2X25, #3X4, #4X3, #5, #7)
    James Laurinaitis 18 (#2x5,#3X4,#4X2,#5x2,#6,#7X2,9,10)
    Malcolm Jenkins 15 (#2X6, #3, #4X3, #5X2, #6X2, #7)
    Vernon Gholston7 (#2x4, #4x2,#11)
    Chris Long 7 (#2x6,#3)
    Jake Long (#2x4,#3,#4x2)
    Kenny Phillips 2 (#5,#6)
    Antoine Cason(9)
    Keith Rivers(#10)
    Rey Maualuga(#15)
    Dan Connor(#13)
    Reggie Smith (#11)
    Glenn Dorsey(#2)
    Mike Jenkins (#17)


    Trades

    1a) NE trades #2 overall to CIN in exchange for #9 and 2009 1st
    1b) NE trades #9 overall to DEN for #15 and #47
    2) New England trades their first round pick [2nd overall] to Kansas City for the Chiefs' 1st rounder [#7 overall], their 3rd round pick [71st overall] and their 2009 first round pick
    3a) Patriots trade 2nd pick to raiders for 7th pick this years 2nd and next years 2nd
    3b) Patriots trade their 2nd and raiders 2nd for deangelo hall
    4) Patriots trade 2nd overal pick to Texans for 11th pick and next years 1st round pick
    5) Oakland trades #7, 2nd round pick, and 2009 1st round pick to NE for #2 overall
    6) KC trades #6, 70, `09 1st to NE for #2
    7) Patriots 2 for Saints 9, 41 and 09 2nd
    8) New England Trades Pick to Carolina for #10, #41, #167
    9) Chiefs trade #6 and 3rd round pick to Pats for pick #2
    10) New England trades #2 to Cincinnati for #9, 4th rd pick (2008) & 1st rd pick (2009)
    11) New England Patriots trade pick #5/Detroit Lions trade pick #15, pick #47, and 2009 2nd rounder
    12) NE Trades PICK # 2 to Carolina for PICK#'s 13, their 3rd and a 6th
    13) NE trades Round 1 Pick 2 to Houston for Round 1 Pick 11 Round 3 Pick 75 and 2009 First round pick.
    14) The Atlanta Falcons send the 5th overall pick, their 37th overall pick, and a 2nd round pick in 2009 to the New England Patriots for the 3rd overall pick.
    15) New England trades their 1st round pick (2) to New Orleans for their 1st (10) and 2nd (??) round pick, and 2009 1st rounder
  2. dryheat44

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    #75 Jersey

    If the Pats parlay the #2 overall pick into DeAngelo Hall and a future 2nd rounder, I'll puke all over whatever's in front of me at the time.

    Hall was the #9 pick 3 or 4 years ago, and has regressed on the field and been a problem child the entire time. Wannabe thug, and I believe 2008 is the last year on his rookie contract, which means we'll have him for one season. I wouldn't trade a second round pick for him straight-up.

    I like these. Keep 'em coming, AC.
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2007
  3. cstjohn17

    cstjohn17 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Thanks dude, it should be interesting. I am sure Miami will be more than happy to trade back out of the #1 spot, if someone wants McFadden they may not even have to deal with the Patriots.
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    ctpatsfan77 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    But think about it for a second--if a team wants McFadden, if they trade with Miami, it'll cost them more than it will to trade with the Pats.

    Besides, I'm not convinced Miami is smart enough to do that. :)
  5. Ochmed Jones

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    I really can't see someone parting with a 2009 1st round pick, unless there is a hot QB on the board.

    I do however like the idea of the pAts dropping back to that #7-#10 range and gaining some extra picks and/or players.
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