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If we trade Earl , what do we do then
Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:45 pm
  • If we do trade Earl like all of the media says will possibly be a draft day trade what then do you think we should do with the cap
    I'd say and why but with all the questions we have at different spots on the team there are a million reasons
    I'd try and get more pass rush but at this point I'm not sure how to go about it . Suh and sheldon are gone which I'm not sure i would've paid what they were asking anyway but where is the next good target at ? I relly don't know so like john and pete I'd have to turn over some serious amounts of stones
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  • I would trade down that pick too assuming its a first
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  • i would draft hernandez then trade the other first.....maybe two times if possible.
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  • Part of the Earl trade is part of the Patriots plan. Stay young and cheap on defense and get old on offense. The three-year plan will be based on 100% turn over of the Oline and Defense with Wilson and Baldwin being some of the only holdovers. Then the team will have the cap flexibility to bring in players in there 30's for one and two-year deals.
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  • Sign Eric Reid
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  • Kenny Vacarro to play SS and let McDougal fight it out with the 2nd yr safties for time.

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Re: If we trade Earl , what do we do then
Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:09 pm
  • With the cap space -

    Extend Tyler Lockett and Frank Clark (assuming Cliff is also done)

    With the draft capital -

    Trade back if it's a 1st, along with our #18 and make 5 day 2 selections.

    This draft is incredibly deep in the early stages but not so much at the top. You will get very, very similar talent in the 2nd round as you will from 20-32.
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Re: If we trade Earl , what do we do then
Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:13 pm
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Re: If we trade Earl , what do we do then
Tue Apr 17, 2018 10:14 pm
  • Vacarro isn't the answer.

    If he were, he would still be a Saint.
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  • [quote="2_0_6"]Sign Eric Reid[/quote
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    I very much like this as football move, but with the last of the circus leaving
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  • sdog1981 wrote:Part of the Earl trade is part of the Patriots plan. Stay young and cheap on defense and get old on offense. The three-year plan will be based on 100% turn over of the Oline and Defense with Wilson and Baldwin being some of the only holdovers. Then the team will have the cap flexibility to bring in players in there 30's for one and two-year deals.


    McCourty cost slightly more against the cap than Thomas last year. And he's two years older.
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  • Stephen Gilmore is a year younger than Thomas. Will count $12.5 million against the cap this year. $13.6 million next year with $10 million dead cap.
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  • Hightower is Thomas' age. Will cost $8.5 million this year.
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