there is literally no way a team would give up a first round pick, let alone a top pick for a kid who has never really played and wasnt even drafted 1st round. I think its even more less likely since the Browns used a first rounder on Weeden just last year
Mallett is good and all but he's worth like a second... not a firs :laguh2: Do it Cleveland!
lol, small kid got tripped by a tuba player
Lombardi, the new guy in charge, has ripped the Weeden pick and praised Mallet as a starter. I don't think the pick the last regime used on Weeden is a factor at all in this deal.
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Don't see Mallett getting traded for anything higher than a 3rd but don't think the Patriots would trade him for any less than a 3rd either.
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Last edited by JdKing7; 01-19-2013 at 02:22 PM.
cant believe they hired lombardi, didnt seem to me like he was very bright on NFLN. Not only that, but he was very cocky about it too
The word after the pre-season was that the Pats were hiding what Mallett could really do. They were trying to trade Hoyer before they ended up cutting him, so he played a majority of the snaps and when Mallett did play, they had him turn around and hand-off or throw check downs. Teams caught onto this, and gave New England nothing of value for Hoyer(a guy the Pats put a 2nd round tender on to keep). He was consequently released. Not saying that this trade makes sense, but I believe the Pats might have found a gem in Mallett. I believe, and this is purely speculation, that he'd be the first QB drafted this year.
I will say that I like Mallet more than any QB in this year's draft. Especially after getting experience in NE.
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Pick #12: Danny Shelton DT Washington
Pick#19: Todd Gurley RB Georgia
Pick #43: Max Williams TE Minnesota
Pick #77: Brett Hundley QB UCLA
Pick #99: Hau'oli Kikaha OLB Washington
Pick #108: Darren Waller WR GT
Pick #139: Stefon Diggs WR Maryland
Pick #186: Jamon Williams OL Louisville
Pick #204: Jeff Luc ILB Cincinnati
UDFA: Kristjan Sokoli DE Buffalo