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Antonio Brown to Seahawks trade mock

Discussion in 'The Bill Nunn Draft Room' started by steelcityclash, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. steelcityclash

    steelcityclash Well-Known Member

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    It’s probably doubtful that The 49ers give away their first for Brown. However I think another division rival would make sense...The Seahawks will need to get better to keep up with the Rams. Pete Carroll has a history of dealing with tough personalities and I think Brown would do well with Wilson. Often Russell is best when the play breaks down...much like with the Steelers. Seahawks have 41 mill in cap space.

    Hypothetically, the Seahawks trade their 1st (21st) for Antonio Brown.

    If this scenario occurred which would you prefer...

    A.
    1.(20) Brian Burns OLB
    1.(21) Mack Wilson MLB
    2.(53) Irv Smith JR TE
    3.(83) Michael Jackson CB

    B.
    1.(20) Byron Murphy CB
    1.(21) N’Keal Harry WR
    2.(53) Germain Pratt MLB
    3.(83) Amani Hooker S

    C.
    1.(20) Jachai Polite OLB
    1.(21) Noah Fant TE
    2.(53) Julian Love CB
    3.(83) Anthony Johnson WR

    D.
    1.(20) DeAndre Baker CB
    1.(21) Devin Bush MLB
    2.(53) Deebo Samuels WR
    3.(83) Rock Ya-Sin CB
     
  2. AskQuestionsLater

    AskQuestionsLater Writing Team

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    B without a doubt for me. So much to obtain and gain the same.


    That is two instant impact players on the team for the price of one. Germaine can be slotted right away I believe to play alongside Vince. Amani Hooker can play that coveted dime 'backer spot and complete Tomlin's goal of having a three safety look on defense.


    C is also note worthy though. Polite can replace Dupree and Ben has another new weapon in Fant; balancing out the offense. Love is someone I do love and would not mind having him slot with Haden. Anthony Johnson though is someone I have not invested enough time in. Have to look at him more.
     
  3. Wardismvp

    Wardismvp Well-Known Member

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    I like your thinking SCC, Steelers need to do these type of things if we are to make it
    to Superbowl.
     
  4. GB_Steel

    GB_Steel Well-Known Member

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    I’m in love with Bryon Murphy, and I trust AQL’s opinion on the rest, so I’d also pick:

    B

    I like D as well, because that’s four solid players all in spots where they’d see the field in 2019.
     
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  5. turtle

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    B for me as well
     
  6. NY STEELERFAN

    NY STEELERFAN Well-Known Member

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    So for me I look at these groups and there are a lot of players I have yet to watch but had read about. Some I haven't ever read anything on so it will be hard to give a fair answer but I will make a pick on what I know.

    Starting with A I watched Wilson's tape this morning and I don't want anything to do with him so I am taking that one out of play.

    B-C-D all have guys I would love and offer a nice range of positions. In B you have Murphy which is my #1 guy right now. Harry sounds good and so many here are high on Pratt. Group C is nice cause Polite could be our future pass rusher that we need, Fant is a stud TE and add another weapon if we trade AB, Love I am hearing is fast and is a play maker I know nothing about Johnson. Group D has my attention, I love Samuels and Ya-sin. I have read Baker is a good CB but not sure I want to double at CB within the first 3 rounds, I need to watch Bush cause I have read good and bad on him.

    So with that said I would go with group B. :smiley1:
     
  7. steelersrule6

    steelersrule6 Well-Known Member

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    B.
    They would get immediate help on defense
     
  8. steelcityclash

    steelcityclash Well-Known Member

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    I still think a trade could happen with Seattle.

    Round 2

    A.
    1.(20) Devin Bush ILB
    1.(21) Deonte Thompson S
    2.(53) Trayvon Mullen CB
    3.(83) Chase Winovich OLB

    B.
    1.(20) Byron Murphy CB
    1.(21) TJ Hockenson TE
    2.(53) AJ Brown WR
    3.(83) Joe Giles-Harris ILB

    C.
    1.(20) Chauncey Gardner-Johnson S
    1.(21) DeAndre Baker CB
    2.(53) DaMarcus Lodge WR
    3.(83) TJ Edwards ILB

    D.
    1.(20) Greedy Williams CB
    1.(21) Kelvin Harmon WR
    2.(53) Juan Thornhill S
    3.(83) Caleb Wilson TE
     
  9. steel1031

    steel1031 Well-Known Member

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    if greedy is there at 20 in d? should be 1st pick in all 4
     
  10. Wardismvp

    Wardismvp Well-Known Member

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    I do not know Carolina's cap space, but wouldn't they need a WR?
    They do not have enough weapons to compete. How about Washington?
     
  11. mac daddyo

    mac daddyo Well-Known Member

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    I'd take D but with a tweek.

    1. Burns
    1. Bush
    2. Samuels
    3. Ya-sin
    :cool:
     
  12. turtle

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    I thought Washington would be in the running as well. My dark horse is Detroit. Give Stafford something for crying out loud lol
     
  13. Wardismvp

    Wardismvp Well-Known Member

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    Oakland/Vegas, Washington, Carolina. They need people to fill seats.
    AB can do this. Somebody has to pull the trigger. Jets maybe we can package
    AB with someone else?
     
  14. SteelCity_NB

    SteelCity_NB Staff Member Mod Team

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    Does anyone want the headache?

    Can you imagine the fits AB will throw if he ends up on a team with a mediocre QB who can't get him the ball?
     
  15. turtle

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    Told ya he was going to Detroit, oh shoot wrong guy :lolol:
     

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