Interesting Thought.....

Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by garyv, Dec 23, 2004.

  1. garyv

    garyv Well-Known Member

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    Here is an interesting thought I got from another board. In the 2005 Draft spend your 1st 2 Picks in Round 1 on a DT and a CB. The two names I've seen on 3 different Mock Drafts is Roderick Wright, DT Texas and
    Carlos Rogers, CB than take the best possible WR in Round 2. Than trade
    the Cowboys #1 and #3 picks in the 2006 Draft to San Diego for Drew Breese

    What are you opinions on this?
  2. RxMan

    RxMan Member

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    Looks good minus the Drew Brees part.
  3. DoomsDayD

    DoomsDayD Well-Known Member

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    Sorry whenever i see the cowboys trading away another of there first rounders i get shivers up and down my spine. I do like the first part though that is for sure.
  4. Wimbo

    Wimbo Active Member

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    I think I heard BP say that he would not use a 1st rounder on a CB due to the rule changes... he said that CB's couldn't be as effective as they used to. If that is his thinking, the DE is probably a higher priority.
  5. WoodysGirl

    WoodysGirl U.N.I.T.Y Staff Member

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    Cowboys don't have a 3rd round pick this year. Drew Henson, remember? All said and done, I think we have 2 #1s, a 2nd and picks #4-6. I'm not sure we have a 7th because of trade issues from the last draft. My opinion, Brees is going nowhere and why would we want to trade that much for someone who's only been good for one year.
  6. dstew60105

    dstew60105 Well-Known Member

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    He mentioned trading a 2006 1st and 3rd for Brees. Not a 2005.
  7. WoodysGirl

    WoodysGirl U.N.I.T.Y Staff Member

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    Even so, I still don't think I would trade that much for a former 2nd round pick, who's only been good consistently for one year.

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