Originally Posted by tk13
Don't forget McCluster.
In my scenario, he's in Minnesota as part of the trade for Harvin.
Originally Posted by Peyton's Princess
McCluster and Baldwin have zero trade value.
My Patriots point was...
they threw picks at teams for A PROVEN HALL OF FAMER and an up and coming versatile player that they felt fit their system and look what happened...
Percy has top 10 talent...perhaps a 2 cent brain I'm not sure.
If the Vikings called up and said "34 for Percy" the Chiefs would probably be fools to not agree. He's 24.
Baldwin and/or McCluster by themselves would be a net worth of dick on their own, that's why I'd make them part of the package deal.
As far as throwing picks out for Randy Moss, the Raiders were ****ing retards to let Moss go for a fourth rounder. Crazy Al had already lost his marbles by then, apparently. Trading for Welker was shrewd on their part, especially considering what they had given up and what Welker had been in his career to that point.
And yeah, it would be hard to turn down the trade offer. I don't know much about corner depth in the draft this year. All I know that corner is our next biggest need behind QB this offseason thus far. Is there anybody that can make an impact at that position in round 3 or later?
Honestly, Harvin would probably be the better get between him and a starting corner, I'd say.