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Possible trades with Jacksonville
Which of these trade packages could be tempting to the Jags:
02-12-2021 05:08 PM
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For Trevor Lawrence? None of the above! Jacksonville would laugh at all of these!
02-12-2021 07:48 PM
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(02-12-2021 07:48 PM)schmolik Wrote:  For Trevor Lawrence? None of the above! Jacksonville would laugh at all of these!
Exactly!

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02-12-2021 09:01 PM
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(02-12-2021 05:08 PM)Erictelevision Wrote:  Which of these trade packages could be tempting to the Jags:

Do you realize what the Jags already have? The Jaguars have the Rams’ first-round pick and fourth-round pick from the Jalen Ramsey trade. The Jaguars also have the Vikings’ second-round pick from the Yannick Ngakoue trade, and the Browns’ fifth-round pick from the Ronnie Harrison trade. A total of nine draft picks in the first five rounds.

While most of the NFL is expecting to be short on cap space, the Jaguars enter the 2021 offseason with about $75 million in cap space, the most in the league, according to OverTheCap.com.

There is a reason that Urban Meyer took this job and the reason is Trevor Lawrence. Plus, the salary cap space and the draft picks. I saw where one scout described Lawrence as Justin Herbert-plus and Herbert just had the best rookie season by a quarterback in NFL history. I would not overthink this. Lawrence to the Jags is a no-brainer pick. You should do a poll on what the Jets might do with the 2nd pick. That would be interesting.
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RE: Possible trades with Jacksonville
I agree that Trevor is too good to pass on, no matter how bare Jax cubbord is. Bobcat: which of those packages could make sense for the Jets?
02-13-2021 12:33 AM
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For the Jets also none of the above. Their package would include Watson and more from Houston.
02-13-2021 12:05 PM
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None of the above. When you have a shot at a generational QB, you must take it.
02-13-2021 01:19 PM
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(02-13-2021 12:33 AM)Erictelevision Wrote:  I agree that Trevor is too good to pass on, no matter how bare Jax cubbord is. Bobcat: which of those packages could make sense for the Jets?

The Jets are in a similar situation to the Jags. The Jets have the Seahawks’ first-round pick and third-round pick from the Jamal Adams trade. The Jets also have the Giants’ fifth-round pick from the Leonard Williams trade. They will also have $68 million in salary cap space.

They don't have what is considered a "can't miss" pick with their 2nd pick. I feel like they have three choices:

1. Do what they can to get Deshaun Watson. He is only 25 years old and he is a three-time pro bowl quarterback. Houston would be monumentally stupid to trade him.

2. Draft a quarterback with the second pick and trade Sam Darnold for a couple of draft picks. The 49ers are rumored to have interest in Darnold.

3. Keep Darnold and trade down to collect additional picks in 2021 and 2022. Carolina with the 8th pick and Denver with the 9th pick could be interested. None of the trades suggested in the Lawrence poll would work for the Jets. The Browns are not giving up Baker Mayfield & draft picks for the 2nd pick in the draft. The Browns are a playoff team that just needs to add in a few areas to contend for a title. These trades have to work for both teams.
02-13-2021 04:06 PM
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