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    Quote Originally Posted by BuffyBlueII View Post
    VDC, that was very good of you. Everyone on the MB is proud.
    I would really appreciate it if you would put me on your "ignore" list.
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    pass. Revis is like Osi, he wants more money every year..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carter.525 View Post
    pass. Revis is like Osi, he wants more money every year..
    except that Revis deserves the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elitocruz View Post
    as the best cover corner in football should be. obviously we'd have to trim some fat. but give me an answer as if money and the cap were no object.
    Sure I'll ignore reality of the cap, his injury, the players to cut to fit him, and tell you that yes, make the trade..

    This post by you should automatically invalidate the rest of this thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elitocruz View Post
    Would you do that right now? tonight? Jets say they might explore a trade. at 19, heck even at #1, there are no guarantees. That guy is a guarantee. a lock down corner in his prime. would mask basically our biggest problem. and with Prince make our pass rush more dangerous with "coverage sacks."

    On the flip side, he's entering his 7th year and has had a knee surgery. so it's risky. and you won't get the same mileage as you would out of a 2013 pick. tough call, or easy decision for the Giants? (also, giants wouldn't offer the 1st right out the gate anyway, but if it came to that, would you do it?)
    Thats the question, with this surgery is his prime past him? To trade a #1, for ANY team is a huge leap of faith. Pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimmsandLT View Post
    Sure I'll ignore reality of the cap, his injury, the players to cut to fit him, and tell you that yes, make the trade..

    This post by you should automatically invalidate the rest of this thread.
    The money and the cap are the biggest consideration.

    Trading a draft pick for Revis is a no-brainer. Trading a draft pick for Revis and then paying him $50M+ after a knee injury? Not so much . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by TCHOF View Post
    except that Revis deserves the money.
    No he doesn't. He wants franchise QB money. CBs are important, but not that important. The decline in production between Revis and a guy you can pay $6m-$8m doesn't justify the extra money.

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    Having another shut down corner will compensate for our lack of pass rush and run stopping LB. It's going to be very very difficult to pass on us with Revis. I would try to avoid giving up a first but tempted to give up multiple picks in the later rounds.

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    We aren't the Cowboys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EliDaMANning View Post
    Having another shut down corner will compensate for our lack of pass rush and run stopping LB. It's going to be very very difficult to pass on us with Revis. I would try to avoid giving up a first but tempted to give up multiple picks in the later rounds.
    There is no way of knowing how he will come back from this injury. ACL injuries effect corners more than any position. There is also no way of knowing if he is still a "shutdown" corner and if he is...for how much longer.
    In other words, the jury is still out on whether or not he is still the player he was.
    PLUS, he only has one more year on his contract and has held out before. No reason to believe he wouldn't again.
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