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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    so what he held out. hes the best cb in the nfl he deserves a pass. players of his calibre dont come around too often and the jets have him and many want him gone.

    you pay him with a sensible thought out contract not a shoot from the hip tannenbaum special thats how. how do other teams pay there superstars?
    You said he caused no problems off the field....clearly not the case evidenced by his holdouts. Two of them actually.

    What in the history of Revis in the Jets has suggested he would settle on a sensible contract? He wants to be the highest played defender in the game.

    Stop ignoring facts.

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    No.

    Only for 2014 picks. Need to be able to get to the top of that draft if our record doesn't take us there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    Absolutely. Then the Jets would own 3 #1 picks in 2 years, plus the 33rd pick, which is almost in the 1st round + their 2nd next year.

    6 picks in the top 2 rounds in 2 years? Why wouldn't you want to do that?
    How about this scenario:

    Jets trade the #33 overall pick this year to a mid-level team for next years #1. That would be a pick somewhere between 14-20.

    Jets finish 2013 at 5-11

    Chiefs finish 2013 at 4-12

    Jets would then have three 1st round picks with 2 probably being in the top 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bay Ridge Jet View Post
    We'd have 1 and 9

    At least with next years one you have an extra chance to get Clowney, Watkins, Bridgewater or....JOHNNY FOOTBALL *dodges tomatoes*
    With our luck, the Chiefs would win the SB

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    How about this scenario:

    Jets trade the #33 overall pick this year to a mid-level team for next years #1. That would be a pick somewhere between 14-20.

    Jets finish 2013 at 5-11

    Chiefs finish 2013 at 4-12

    Jets would then have three 1st round picks with 2 probably being in the top 5.
    This is what we need to try to do.

    Suck for Teddy or Johnny. And pray another team sucks for us to get Clowney.

    A kid can dream can't he???

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    No.

    Only for 2014 picks. Need to be able to get to the top of that draft if our record doesn't take us there.
    Can we stop pretending like we are the only ones that know how good the top of next year's draft will be?

    Seriously, no bad team will be trading away their first round pick in next year's draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nike View Post
    trading revis makes no damn sense at all. the haters hate revis,edwards,tebow yada yada yada guys that come to play and dont cause any trouble on or off the field.
    They hate GMC too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    Can we stop pretending like we are the only ones that know how good the top of next year's draft will be?

    Seriously, no bad team will be trading away their first round pick in next year's draft.
    A lot of GMs won't be around next year if they don't win this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY's stepchild View Post
    A lot of GMs won't be around next year if they don't win this year.
    Ok, so name me the team that has a GM on the hot seat, that is expecting to win this year and is likely to have a top 5 pick next year.

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    Could you imagine:

    #1 - Luke Joeckel
    #9 - Chance Warmack

    In some people's minds, these are the two best players in this draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southside View Post
    They hate GMC too.
    poor guy whoever he is. i cant imagine what he did here to warrant all this hate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    How about this scenario:

    Jets trade the #33 overall pick this year to a mid-level team for next years #1. That would be a pick somewhere between 14-20.

    Jets finish 2013 at 5-11

    Chiefs finish 2013 at 4-12

    Jets would then have three 1st round picks with 2 probably being in the top 5.
    You really think we can win as many as 5 games next year?

    You're slipping as a troll.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsterxman View Post
    Could you imagine:

    #1 - Luke Joeckel
    #9 - Chance Warmack

    In some people's minds, these are the two best players in this draft.
    No, because the article suggests the Jets trading Revis & the #9 pick for #1 overall. Trading up 8 picks for Revis? Not in this draft.

    I could see a scenario where the Chiefs could use the No. 1 pick as bait and get Revis, who played for new Kansas City defensive coordinator Bob Sutton in New York, and the No. 9 pick in return. There may have to be some additions on either side, but Iím not sure the Jets could get a better offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_0515 View Post
    You really think we can win as many as 5 games next year?

    You're slipping as a troll.
    Jets will win 4-6 games next year.

    RahRah will have them at 12-4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruby2 View Post
    Why would KC do this.

    No corner has gone #1 in what over 20 years, now there going to essential do that for someone who will command 16 million per year.

    They just freaking let Brandon Carr walk last year.

    This report is ridiculous and lazy. These "analysts" are beyond dumb, it is going to be a long two months to the draft with this silliness.
    They guy was a Bronco beat writer who is trying to make it sound like there is a problem in KC, I wish the pats had that problem.

    It seems like KC has decided to trade for Smith to be their qb, and Reid wants Bowe to stay. They are negotiating with Albert and holding the potential of drafting a LT as a means to lessen Albert's negotiating position.
    Bowe is more likely to stay now with a HC that loves to toss the rock.

    Right now the Chiefs have 20 mnill of cap room, it they cut cassel and jackson that is another 20 mill of room. Bowe, Smith and Albert will all probably have 1st year cap hits of 8 mill so that is 24 mill total. The will need another 8 mill to sign the picks so that is 32 mill.

    How can having a pro bowl, LT, pro bowl WR and an new qb, 8mill in cap room and the #1 pick be a bad thing? Some team will give them a 3rd to drop down a few spots and I wuld not be surprised to see them drop a lot deeper.

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    If we got he Chiefs #2 this year and their #1 next year for revis... I'd drive him to KC myself.

    Unfortunately, this trade makes no sense for the Chefs... great googily boogily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    Can we stop pretending like we are the only ones that know how good the top of next year's draft will be?

    Seriously, no bad team will be trading away their first round pick in next year's draft.
    Rams say hi.

    What happens if a team that already has a QB loses them for the season and goes 3-13?

    Im not saying it will be easy or likely but we should give ourselves the best chance move up if possible.

    Heck, there is a chance we won't have to move up.

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    i don't think the trade would be worth it even if we kept all of our picks and just gave them revis for their #1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesR View Post
    I'll take the Chiefs #2 pick this year and next year's #1.
    IF, and that's as strong an IF as I can make it, we were to trade Revis, THIS is the kind of deal we need to get.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatsFanTX View Post
    How about this scenario:

    Jets trade the #33 overall pick this year to a mid-level team for next years #1. That would be a pick somewhere between 14-20.

    Jets finish 2013 at 5-11

    Chiefs finish 2013 at 4-12

    Jets would then have three 1st round picks with 2 probably being in the top 5.
    That's gold. That's the way to start to rebuild.

    Any time someone wants to trade a 2 this year for a 1 next year, you take it. Ravens did that years ago, wound up the #5 overall, and drafted the running back (Lewis) that had a 2000 yard season and was the work horse when they won the SB.

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