Moll is a capable OL but start there, would even consider another OL except Colledge or Spitz. But both these teams need QB, OL and throw in draft picks and we could negotiate from there. I just think this guy is worth it, NFL network described him as Moss or Owens ability in prime with Marvin Harrison work ethic
I don't think either the Browns and especially the Lions would take this deal anyways.
If your saying to move up for Calvin Johnson then I'd be all for that but Tony Moll?? Come on. He's a good fit for the zone blocking scheme because he's athletic but in a man to man scheme he'd get pushed around all game long.
To move up to the Browns for example I'm guessing something along the lines of
What the hell would the Browns want with Rodgers? They already have 1 young QB with average talent in Charlie Frye. The only move they would possibly make for a QB is replacing Frye with a vet (possible) or drafting one of the 2 guys with bigger upside than Frye (unlikely, though Quinn could be possible.) The Lions have struggled too much lately to pass up the chance at an elite talent. Both the Lions and Browns are under a lot of pressure to turn it around and start winning now.
I agree in terms of throwing the vault at either of these teams for that pick...but wait till the Raiders try coming to terms with jamarcus russell, the raiders taking CJ would qualify as the biggest backfire of all time
3. The 16th is worth 1000
A future first is typically worth a round lower ~ 420
Tony Moll was a fifth round pick although everyone else thought he
should gave been undrafted. ~ 34
Aaron Rodgers could fetch us a 3rd rounder at highest. ~190
4. Add up these numbers = 1644
5. Thats 554 short. Thats worth the third pick in the second round.
(Probably our 2007 2nd (420) plus next years 2nd (190).
i think the value chart is stupid, first and foremost
it doesnt weigh the strength of draft classes...in a draft like last year, the first pick would be worth way more in trades (I'm just going to use reggie bush because he was the best player in the draft...) than in 2005 when it was Alex Smith...
Just like if you have depth in a draft class--solid talent through a few rounds, the teams would be harder-pressed to let go of their second round selections
take as an example last year when Chad Jackson fell to the Packers at #35...he was a mid first round prospect, a better value, do you think TT viewed that as 550 "draft points" or whatever the hell currency this speaks in terms of, or that he tried to get more "draft points" for it
Like i mentioned in an earlier post in this thread...say we trade for the second overall pick...say the Oakland Raiders take Calvin Johnson..."Oh ****" we all say...If we give up 2,600 value in "draft points" for Calvin Johnson, we're happy...if we give up 2,600 draft points and get stuck with Adrian Peterson, "oh ****" we all say
Or you can trade a draft pick (#80-190 points) or (#46-440 points) for example, for Randy Moss...how many "draft points" is Randy Moss worth...this is as stupid as going by Madden OV ratings...better yet I feel like I'm counting my tickets at the counter of the arcade deciding if I should trade in for the pez dispenser or the nerf basketball set...god damn