Saturday, February 26, 2005

NFL Offseason

Muhammed signs with Bears

Can Mushin, almost 32, really help the Bears in the long term? The Bears definitely needed help at receiver, so I think overall, it makes sense.

Coles for Moss?
for ?
The Skins are looking to deal Laveraunes Coles for Santana Moss. Coles caught 90 passes but only 1 TD (from Clinton Portis) while Moss had 45 catches but found the end zone 5 times. The Redskins are going to have to restructure some contracts for this, but thats fine. My issue is that this doesn't really solve any problems for the Skins. QB is probably the greatest area of concern, but with Mark Brunell and Patrick Ramsey and Tim Hasselbeck, changes can't be made.

The Other Moss Deal?

The Vikings should not deal Moss. There, I said it. They would take a cap hit, and they would lose a talented receiver. If they decide to, a good trade would be to the Ravens. They could trade, say, Ed Hartwell, Will Demps, and a 1st rounder, and in turn would get a game-changing receiver.


Smoot is gone.

The Redskins will probably lose Fred Smoot to free agency. They have gone from elite to mediocre at CB. Will he reunite with Champ Bailey in Denver?

More Trade Talks
Corey Simon could leave the Eagles, who made him the Franchise Player. Again, Denver would love him, but can they afford him? Edgerrin James for Patrick Surtain makes sense. James loves Miami, and the Colts seem to have a rather rocky relationship with him. However, is Surtain really worth a premier running back? An intriguing player is Tommy Maddox. He could go to a team that needs an experienced QB.

13 Comments:

Blogger Two Dogs said...

The only comment that I have about this, is about Smoot. Not only is he mediocre at best, he is also too highly priced. I personally would like to see him sit out a year. I watched him at MSU and was never impressed. Bean was always the better CB. Plus the fact of Smoot opting for the draft was because his GPA was 0.00. Not too good for a professional football player. I think that they need more smarts than that.

5:47 PM  
Blogger Zodiac Digital said...

well...he WAS a starting corner on one of the nfl's top defenses, so hes not "mediocre at best". he's also pretty young. i bet he would sign for less to be with champ bailey.

6:05 PM  
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1:54 AM  
Blogger macq said...

Coles for Moss would make sense but it aint gonna happen cus Coles contract is way to lucrative for anyone with half a brain to pick up. Coles will be in DC this season, I guarentee it.

This proves that the Bears have retarded monkeys running their team. Mushin will be 32 by seasons start. He has had ONE great season at 32 and yet someone was willing to give him a max contract........

We need to keep Smoot.......why not use the franchise tag?

Rhodes is a pretty good replacement for James. Although im a Colts fan and would hate to see him go Surtain and a draft pick is worth James.

Again Maddox is another 30 something player that had one great non-repeatable season

12:09 PM  
Blogger Zodiac Digital said...

> We need to keep Smoot.......why not use the franchise tag?

that is too much money

> Again Maddox is another 30 something player that had one great non-repeatable season

hes worth a shot, esp at such an improtant position as QB. think of how many teams would start him

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