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Monday Morning Quarterback live chat transcript

Post by Eric Williams on Feb. 7, 2011 at 8:22 am with 4 Comments »
February 7, 2011 11:04 am

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  1. CDN_C_Hawk says:

    I’m of the feeling, unless at #25, we can get a player of need, someone that is projected in the top 15 but slips, trade down with a team like Denver, Buffalo, of next year 1st round and a 2nd or 3rd rounder this year. Broncos have 2 picks in the 2nd, Buffalo, a top 3 in the 3rd. I’m also guessing the Hawks will get a 3rd round Compensatory pick., and possibly more in the draft. Some beef on the O-Line ( helps Hass and the run game), pass rusher on Def, and Safety and Corner and if the trade works out…a shot at Luck next year, I also like Terrel Pryor.

  2. 32 NFL teams is a better number than 33 or 34 for diving up into equal divisions. If my insurance company has already paid for most of the new LA stadium, and LA brings a team there from some other part of the country (like they did the Lakers from MIN), it very well could be from MIN again. The Vikings lease is up on their Metrodome and the dome has some major repairs needed. Meanwhile, property owners there aren’t any more thrilled with the idea of increasing their property taxes than Seattlites want to build a new basketball arena. So, say the Vikings move to LA in 2012-13. Would they still be part of the NFC-N? Probably not. But I could see them becoming part of the NFCW and the Seahawks becoming part of the NFCN(?)

  3. SandpointHawk says:

    klm008…if they were to put a new LA based the NFC West, I would bet they would move St Louis out of the west….

  4. Dukeshire says:

    There is no chance the Vikings move to LA. That’s like saying the 49ers will move to LA because they are in desperate need of a new stadium and the residents don’t want to flip the bill for one. It’s not happening. The roots run far too deep for them to move.

    Every few years there is a “NFL to LA” flap. LA has yet to prove they can sustain a NFL franchise. And if they do get yet another team, it will likely be a team like Jax that is floundering, desperately. Not one with a loyal and passionate fanbase.

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