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    Default Jay Ajayi to Eagles

    Dolphins trade starting RB Jay Ajayi to the Eagles for a 4th rounder.


    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/2...delphia-eagles

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    Eagles looking like a powerhouse
    The more you care..the more it hurts.

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    They know there season is toast so might as well get the extra picks. Now SK needs to do the same where this team will be drafting. I only see 2 more wins so that should get us in the top 7. Time for a complete rebuild. We need O and D linemen. Some WR. At least 2 DB. That's at least 7 new bodies that have to be starter material. Oh ! And a QB. That makes 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itancan View Post
    They know there season is toast so might as well get the extra picks. Now SK needs to do the same where this team will be drafting. I only see 2 more wins so that should get us in the top 7. Time for a complete rebuild. We need O and D linemen. Some WR. At least 2 DB. That's at least 7 new bodies that have to be starter material. Oh ! And a QB. That makes 8.
    he should. problem is they're in denial and probably still think the team can contend and make the playoffs

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    New report says Jarvis Landry is available as well. We should bring him in, he could be part of the future core

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    Quote Originally Posted by rohinaz View Post
    New report says Jarvis Landry is available as well. We should bring him in, he could be part of the future core
    Arizona just as bad of shape as the dolphins. They should be looking to get more picks themself not trade them away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Switzerland View Post
    he should. problem is they're in denial and probably still think the team can contend and make the playoffs
    Yep. Keim is probably showing up to work every day thinking he can drag this mess to the playoffs. If I were a seller I'd be in contact with the big guy. Sell high.

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    If cards can get him for a 3rd, they should do it. He's a pro bowl wr. Outside of fitz who may not be here next year, none of our wrs are a real threat

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    WOW

    now this is big news. Way bigger than the Jimmy G news. Jay Ajayi is arguably one of the top 5 pure runners in the NFL. What the heck are the Dolphins thinking?


    As angry as I get with the Cards decision making, at least we dont trade away our core stars for peanuts (knock on wood, the day is long)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaz View Post
    now this is big news. Way bigger than the Jimmy G news. Jay Ajayi is arguably one of the top 5 pure runners in the NFL. What the heck are the Dolphins thinking?
    IMO Ajayi wont help them much. They have big issues on the oline, bringing in another RB wont resolve that issue, just like it didnt for the Cardinals when they signed AP. The media is gushing over this trade calling Ajayi a blockbuster trade because of how good he was last year, rushing over 1000 yards and rushing for 8 TDs. Well Blount last year also ran for over 1000 yards AND rushed for almost 20 TD's. Yet he isnt having a similar year this year and it got worse when they lost Peters. Both are similar backs, power north and south, though Ajayi has more speed. Im just saying, this wont be a blockbuster trade as people may think, at least IMO.

    With regards to the Cardinals, I hope they dont trade for players. They need to stock up on draft picks and rebuild next year.

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