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    • Herbert looked really good yesterday   I think he put himself on the radar where the Dolphins may take him at 5 over Tua   He seems to have the tools to be a pro bowl player   If I am the Colts and you just have to trade up, I’m going to the Lions and Redskins and taking Herbert or Tua..... Not Love   What I saw of Love yesterday he is NOT worthy of the two first round and probably some other high draft picks to move up.   Herbert, Tua, and Burrows are excellent all around talents   Love seems to be in the next category
    • Yeah, it's only a few miles from Katmandu. 
    • That sounds painful   Im not as high on Love as others are   I would rather take a run at DL and OT... then get the best QB   I really like Gordon (If we don’t go FA)   But..... If CB is in Love with Love and he is still available at 13 ..... he should go for it. The kid is talented.   If we trade a bunch of picks to go get Love, I’m going to be in the whine club  
    • Sweet Jesus.    NFL players are walking away from millions of dollars. All the time. Every year. Have you been asleep for the last 5 years?   There are other motivations that lead to their decisions. $$ is not the only thing players are considering.   
    • I did read it. And I find your conclusions to be funny.    “See how things play out” can have many interpretations. It could mean “see how I feel” or “see if I have the desire to prepare” or “see if I like their offer” or several other possibilities.    And here’s the thing. I would bet a large sum of funds that the AC decision comes before they can do anything in the draft or free agency. Which, if true, means there will be nothing for him to “see how it plays out.”   And earlier in the thread you pulled a muscle patting yourself on the back for saying Luck could retire early. Well that is not a particularly brilliant or insightful thought. Any one with a pulse could see he was different and had other interests outside the game. Early retirement was always a possibility.  Now if you called him walking away 3 weeks before the season, then your self-congratulatory post would be more meaningful. 
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