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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    Do you tell them yes or no?
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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    "NDVikingFan66" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
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    You get to be GM for a day.
    Your phone rings.
    The Chiefs are on the other line and they are asking if you have any interested in Trent Green.

    Do you tell them yes or no?

    What would you give up for him?
    If you were a smart GM you'd listen to everyone that offers a player to you that are better than the worst player on your squad in that position.

    Then you evaluate what they are asking for the player against how much you would need said player.

    What the Chiefs would be asking, I probably wouldn't pay if I were a Vikings GM
    Move out of the real world....and assume you get to chose what to give up for Green.
    That is the question that is asked.
    What would you give for Green?
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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    A seventh and restructure his contract (Green's cap charge in 2007 is $9.15 million - Rotoworld).

    Miami is offering a sixth and we have less need for him.

    Definetely not Bollinger, Cajun has lost it.


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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

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    A seventh and restructure his contract (Green's cap charge in 2007 is $9.15 million - Rotoworld).

    Miami is offering a sixth and we have less need for him.

    Definetely not Bollinger, Cajun has lost it.
    Don't you think Bollinger would be the odd man out anyway in case we did go for Green.

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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    "cogitans" wrote:
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    A seventh and restructure his contract (Green's cap charge in 2007 is $9.15 million - Rotoworld).

    Miami is offering a sixth and we have less need for him.

    Definetely not Bollinger, Cajun has lost it.
    Don't you think Bollinger would be the odd man out anyway in case we did go for Green.
    I'm thinking Drew Henson would be the odd man out.

    Bollinger has a better QB rating & percent completion record, while Henson hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game since 2004.

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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    "singersp" wrote:
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    A seventh and restructure his contract (Green's cap charge in 2007 is $9.15 million - Rotoworld).

    Miami is offering a sixth and we have less need for him.

    Definetely not Bollinger, Cajun has lost it.


    Don't you think Bollinger would be the odd man out anyway in case we did go for Green.
    I'm thinking Drew Henson would be the odd man out.

    Bollinger has a better QB rating & percent completion record, while Henson hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game since 2004.
    You still need to cut one more. Unless you have allready put Thigpen on practice squad

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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    I think heson wll be on the practice squad other than thigpen

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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    "cogitans" wrote:
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    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Billy" wrote:
    A seventh and restructure his contract (Green's cap charge in 2007 is $9.15 million - Rotoworld).

    Miami is offering a sixth and we have less need for him.

    Definetely not Bollinger, Cajun has lost it.


    Don't you think Bollinger would be the odd man out anyway in case we did go for Green.
    I'm thinking Drew Henson would be the odd man out.

    Bollinger has a better QB rating & percent completion record, while Henson hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game since 2004.
    You still need to cut one more. Unless you have allready put Thigpen on practice squad
    ???


    TJ, Bollinger, and Green on roster.
    Thigpen (y'know the seventh round rookie) on practice squad.

    Henson is lucky to even sniff Thigpen's jock.
    He couldn't find a team last year after we cut him until we had injuries and had to resign him.


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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    Heson should be cut easily at the end of the offseason-TC-

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    Re: Would you take a QB if you were GM for a day?

    "Billy" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "singersp" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "Billy" wrote:
    A seventh and restructure his contract (Green's cap charge in 2007 is $9.15 million - Rotoworld).

    Miami is offering a sixth and we have less need for him.

    Definetely not Bollinger, Cajun has lost it.


    Don't you think Bollinger would be the odd man out anyway in case we did go for Green.
    I'm thinking Drew Henson would be the odd man out.

    Bollinger has a better QB rating & percent completion record, while Henson hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game since 2004.
    You still need to cut one more. Unless you have allready put Thigpen on practice squad
    ???


    TJ, Bollinger, and Green on roster.
    Thigpen (y'know the seventh round rookie) on practice squad.

    Henson is lucky to even sniff Thigpen's jock.
    He couldn't find a team last year after we cut him until we had injuries and had to resign him.
    That doesn't sound half bad.

    But lets face it. We'll not be making this move, so there is no point in talking cuts.

    My initial point were that Bollinger for Green would be a good switch for the Vikings.

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