So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

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    So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    1. Bequette
    2. Ebner
    3. Dennard
    4. Ebert
    Value is in the eye of the beholder, but I'll take that for a late second pick. I wasn't happy with the trade yesterday, but feeling much better today.
     
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    Re: So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    YES. When they made the trade I was thinking "WHYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY".

    Now I'm thinking YES!

    I had Bequette as one of the guys I wanted and thought he would go in round 2. So as far as I am concerned they got the guy they would have taken (well, I would have taken) and some picks. And for those picks they get a really good athletic DB with tons of leadership and character in Ebner. And they get perhaps a STARTING CB in Dennard who has solid second round talent. That means three of those players ADD VALUE to this team and possibly a lot of value - especially considering where they were picked. And who knows about Ebert the slot guy... maybe he beats out Gonzalez?

    No. THough I was upset at the moment of the trade BB did a really great job there. Amazing......
     
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    Re: So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    I agree.  love this draft.  after round two i didn't need to watch anymore i loved that we got A player...nonnono  Two players that play. 

    day 2 hated wilson pick. 

    day 3 dont mind wilson pick and lovethat wegot the bad guy who got arrested before the draft. 
     
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    Re: So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    When you reflect it seems like good conversion of value. We should probably thank the Packers for the second trade on their original Rd 5 pick to help us get that little bit extra.
     
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    Re: So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    I love the draft now and am hoping I'll love it even more during the season and in the coming seasons.
     
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    Re: So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    Pretty good. BB deserves a tall cold one


     
     
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    Re: So...That bad trade for #62 ended up as:

    WOW, slandered one day by the masses.... they had the stones gather and the hole dug, and some red ants in a jar ready to dump on BB's head once they buried him to his neck.....

    NOW.... LOOK what a day's reflection does.... trading the #62 was not so bad after all...... maybe we should allow him to have his beer and sit in the back room and relaxx... because he is now a god when all those KNOW NOTHINGS finally realize that he is in control, and did what HE thought was best....

    To quote ( Either Bill Walsh or Marve Levy- not sure which).....  When the coach/GM starts listening to the fans when he makes decisions... then he should get ready to go sit with them ( in the stands)..... Cause he is going to lose his job.
     
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