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Should we trade up for Leon Sandcastle?

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I really think he can help our secondary, with the Chiefs projecting to take him #1 overall in this years draft, what are the odds that we can trade up and get him? How many picks / players would we have to give up?

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I really think he can help our secondary, with the Chiefs projecting to take him #1 overall in this years draft, what are the odds that we can trade up and get him? How many picks / players would we have to give up?

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we could trade luck for him

 

I dunno if we should go that far, maybe some package with Vontae Davis and a 1st rounder, and a 2nd rounder might get it done.

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I don't think the Chiefs are going to trade their pick. They're pretty hot on selecting him #1 overall.

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I really think he can help our secondary, with the Chiefs projecting to take him #1 overall in this years draft, what are the odds that we can trade up and get him? How many picks / players would we have to give up?

I hear this new guy "Rob Anders" is who we should try to snag personally........

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I dont think so, way to dang skinny to play Guard, he gets himself killed and there goes our first round pick

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Leon Sandcastle  doin the blue  awesome , Mike Ditka says give away all your picks this dude is the real deal " And we know what a * savant he turned out to be  " So heck yeah I'm on board I'm buying  .   Pat McAfee can show him all the best places to swim in Broad Ripple . Bring on the Ugly .

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I heard he ran a 4.2.

His speed & hands are fantastic! I just like the idea that maybe a GM can promise Leon a life supply of hair gel, combs, & a personal barber to keep his player afro fresh, fly, high, & stacked baby! 

 

http://youtu.be/AEEPVGtwsO8

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No based on the forum thoughts we are good at WR...

Sandcastle plays D.

Read the scouting report.

Geez.

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Sandcastle plays D.

Read the scouting report.

Geez.

I heard he plays both ways.  Either way we can't be going after anything other than o-line that must be our top priority and till it's addressed we can't even think about anything else.  To even think about going after anyone who isn't on the o-line shortens Andrew Luck's career by a year.  That about covers it.  Oh I forgot the generic cheap shot at RG3...

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I heard he plays both ways. Either way we can't be going after anything other than o-line that must be our top priority and till it's addressed we can't even think about anything else. To even think about going after anyone who isn't on the o-line shortens Andrew Luck's career by a year.

I was just kidding haha.

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I heard he doesn't tackle...I'll pass.

Actually, that is true. He made too many "business decisions" not to do his job. This is why I hate Deion as an NFL analyst. He always talks on the air about toughness, fighting through injury, & making tackles & he never did those things at either Baltimore or as a member of the Skins. Shut up Deion Sanders, you hypocrite.  :facepalm:  haha

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As was I.

Yeah but then you got super serious about actual team needs. You killed the bit lol.

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Which its impressive considering how much drag that fro has

Just just imagine how fast he would be if he shaved it off!!!

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Yeah but then you got super serious about actual team needs. You killed the bit lol. 

That was not serious.  It was serious in terms of being a real need it was more sarcasm directed at people who get upset if bring up signing anything other than o-line this off-season. 

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That was not serious. It was serious in terms of being a real need it was more sarcasm directed at people who get upset if bring up signing anything other than o-line this off-season.

Lol safe to say me being sarcastic, just led to me being confused.

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Trading up in the first round costs a great deal, and that is not a likely scenario for a team who has many holes to fill. Trading down is far more likely.

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Trading up in the first round costs a great deal, and that is not a likely scenario for a team who has many holes to fill. Trading down is far more likely.

Not for a guy like Leon. Mortgage the future to pick him up

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Not for a guy like Leon. Mortgage the future to pick him up

Especially when you can get a player while he's so young.......

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4.2 and can run? Why don't we just draft him and make him our qb so we can run this new state of the art fancy smancy offense we keep hearing about!

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