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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    "brandsp" wrote:
    They were discussing this idea on KFAN yesterday, just wondering what y'all thought about this idea?

    I'd rather do this than package our picks to move up and pick a guy that has never taken a snap in the NFL. Of course ATL would have to agree, but a 1st rd pick should do it.
    Schaub is 0-2 as a starter, in my opinion that's just as unproven as a rookie.


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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    I think we just keep the picks and tell Shaub -shaub u later

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    According to NFL.com Schaub retired today.
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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    "happy camper" wrote:
    Schaub!

    just give our first rounder for him and call it a day.
    Wow, that has to be the stupidist thing i have ever heard on this site, all they want is a second rounder, hes not worth a 1st rounder not close at all.

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    LOL yea right Schaub retired

    LOL nICE JOKE

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    if we can get him for a second round i would say go for it. check him out in camp and see what he can do. I think he can definately beat out mcmahon for backup.

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

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    LOL yea right Schaub retired

    LOL nICE JOKE
    I dont know if you are kidding or not. but he is taling about M. Schaub the backup to Vick in Atlanta. He is ridiculously good. Nice pocket presence. Accuracy, enough speed to get by. Read and reacts to defenses really well. Hey Schaub if you are reading this. come to the vikings. If you wanna get paid and get laid, come hither lol

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    Atlanta also traded a backup QB about 15 years ago that had very similar skills, his name was Brett Favre and I think that GB was happy with what they gave up for him.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    First of all, Matt Schaub is NOT overrated. He is a solid QB that understands how to read defenses very well. He played well everytime he came in for Vick.

    As far as trading for him I would love to see it happen but I don't think it will. As far as getting someone like Croyle, I hope that NEVER happens. I don't understand how people want this guy when he couldn't really cut it in college never mind the pros. He's not that good. Does anyone know where Alabama's offense was ranked? I would much rather take Jacobs if he's available.

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    Re: Trade down in 1st rd then send that pick to ATL for Schaub?

    Favre was a completely untested rookie before he went to the Packers. In that sense, Schaub has an advantage over Favre because he has had significant, yet limited, game-time experience. I just don't see how 1 good game against a piss-poor New England (as they were at the beginning of the season) and a decent performance against a Panthers team so set on stopping Vick that they didn't consider anything else translates into the equivalent of a first-round prospect.

    In 2 years his stats aren't that impressive, as listed here and while I know stats don't mean anything (look at Kyle Orton), I'm still not convinced.

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