quote:Yea, he really holds the Cincy Bengals offense back, IMO.
Wow that would be an awful trade for the Texans. They shouldn't give up more than a 3 for Mallet. I do think the Texans have two 3's, no? That may work.
quote:that is a complete shite bag pipe dream. esp when our only 2 is the 33rd overall
I would be pissed if they gave up a 2,4 and future 4
quote:well, NE used a 3 on him, but if they dont move him now, theyll lose him for nothing in FA. a 3rd would be recouping a previous investment...
but they'll have to give up more than one 3.
News guy from New England on 610 right now. Seems to think Pats wouldn't mind trading for a 5th or 6th round pick, because he only has one year left on contract, and feel he will be gone after that year no matter what, so might as well get something for him.
quote:i think youre right. you sure you dont want to fork over a 2, 4, future 4?
I still think it would take at least a 3 or 4 and perhaps another future pick on top of that or late round pick this yea
I still think it would take at least a 3 or 4 and perhaps another future pick on top of that or late round pick this year
The Boston Globe's Ben Volin suspects the Patriots will net a middle-round pick in the potential Ryan Mallett-to-Houston trade. Multiple reporters have since confirmed CSN New England's story, that the Pats and Texans are indeed discussing a Mallett deal. Volin believes a Mallett trade would not stop Houston from drafting an early-round signal caller, and it would also put New England in the market for a backup quarterback. There are whispers the Patriots are eyeing Mike Glennon in a trade with Tampa Bay.