pick 33 for FITZ??

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    pick 33 for FITZ??

    Would Arizona offer it and do you think it would be a good deal for us???
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    i definitely think 33 is too high
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    I just posted on another thread about Fitz'. Botton line is that we need a true number one WR if were going to continue w/ this current group. The jets didnt out scheme us or anything like that. The played a pretty simple D , but obviously played it great. They kept a backer underneath and clogged up the middle of the field w/ another backer , but mostly a S. They covered their butts off , especially outside , where it was pretty much straight up man. They didnt blitz much or try and send multiple guys , mutiple sets or guys from different positions ... something that Rex is famous for. You simply cant do that if you have a Fitz'/Moss ... we saw what happened when Revis tried to play real man to man , actual man w/ no help over the top from a S. No DB in the league can actually play straight up man w/ guys like Moss , Fitz , C/A Johnson , White , Wayne , Jennings ... any elite WR. Its just not possible , anyone who really think Revis covers guys in true man to man just isnt watching football and knows less than he watches. Fitz' can stretch the field in a # of different ways , 9 routes , deep cross , deep cross/deep post or double post ... he'll give you comebacks/short comebacks and bubble screens all day. Line him up out wide , in the slot , in a bunch , doesnt matter. Hes a game changer and one of the best football players in the league , nevermind best WRs.
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    Id give up a 1/3 , if we could sign him to a 5-6 year/40-42 million contract , i wouldnt go much hugher than 45.
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    He was the THIRD pick in the draft.  Arizona is going to want something more than 33.
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    gonna need more than just the 33rd...
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    Without a CBA is this even possible? 
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    Players cannot be traded without a new CBA.

    ARI will want way more than the 33rd pick.  The Cowboys traded a 1st, 3rd, and 6th for Roy Williams.

    He also will want way more than $7 million a season.  He's been making $11 million a year.
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    It would probably take a 1st and 3rd rounder at the minimum to get him IMO. It'd be great to get him but at the same time the Pats need to use the picks for defense
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    It's probably true that Fitzgerald is worth more to Arizona in draft picks than he is on the field, as they've got no one under center who can get him the ball consistently. It remains to be seen how the Card's go about solving their quarterback problem, but if I'm running that personnel department, I'm getting a helluva lot more than a first-round pick for Larry Fitzgerald.

    There's always a team willing to bet the farm on a skill player.

    That team is not likely to be the Patriots.
     
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    Re: pick 33 for FITZ??

    I would do it for two picks, assuming they can get him locked up long term.  Fitzgerald is the kind of guy you do that deal for.  An immense talent and a tough bastid.
     
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