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    Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    Interesting article here by Carter basically saying that the Vikes got the short end of the stick on the Culpepper deal and that Pep makes the Dolphins a much better team. I'm not looking for another Culpepper thread though, so here's the quote that caught my eye...

    I recently talked to Brad Childress, Minnesota's new head coach, and he said the Vikings are thinking about possibly moving up and drafting a quarterback. If they do, they'll have Brad Johnson to start the season and can begin to groom their new quarterback for the future.
    http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news;_ylt=AhBTG5noePNBfmEMBIqyIPRDubYF?slug=cc-culpepper031406&prov=yhoo&type=lgns

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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    i hope its jay cutler.
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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    "mr.woo" wrote:
    i hope its jay cutler.

    I would love to get Jay Cutler, however unless he falls to #17 we will have to give up the farm in order to get him. We have to many pressing needs to give up a bunch of draft picks in order to get a QB. Would love to have him though, I said it before, he is going to be a amazing WCO type of QB in the NFL.

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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    I don't want Jay Boller.

    He's an overhyped prospect. If we trade up for a QB, we need to get Vince Young or Matt Leinart, you know, players with WINNING PEDIGREES.


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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    The next Vikings QB?

    http://www.jaycutler.com/
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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    I would rather build a strong team around a later round quarterback that can manage the team. If you look at the super bowl quarterbacks that have won the super bowl in the last 20 years, I think only Aikman was a top draft pick and the reason for the success of dallas was they got half our defense and most of our draft picks for half a decade in the Walker trade. I would not trade up to draft a quarterback who has never played in the NFL.

    The picks should be spent on linbackers and linemen if we don't get hutch signed.

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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    "jimmymac" wrote:
    The next Vikings QB?

    http://www.jaycutler.com/
    Bwahahahahahahahaha!!!

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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    Awesome..

    I'd be happy with either Young, Cutler, Leinart, or Jacobs

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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    "RandyMoss8404" wrote:
    I don't want Jay Boller.

    He's an overhyped prospect. If we trade up for a QB, we need to get Vince Young or Matt Leinart, you know, players with WINNING PEDIGREES.
    Why do you say he's overhyped? Have you seen him work out? The guy has a cannon for an arm, pretty good mechanics and put up big numbers in college with very little talent around him. It's not like he just had a big combine either. He has the career numbers to back up his hype. Just because those other guys won more games in college doesn't mean they'll win more in the NFL.

    Young is on my "cyanide" list just like he's on Prophet's.

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    Re: Cris Carter: Vikings Considering Trading Up

    No thank you, i'll take omar in 2nd round
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