Redskins 2013 Opponents:
Home- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Kansas City, San Diego
Away- Dallas, NY Giants, Philadelphia, Green Bay, Minnesota, Atlanta, Denver, Oakland
Harvin would be a beast for us, but what do we have to get him?
Besides, we are going to get Da'Rick Rogers in the 2nd rd., so we won't need him. Ha-ha...
Harvin is a dynamic playmaker. Tue Redskins would be foolish not to sniff around a trade.
All the malcontent talk misses the key point: the tone of a football team is set by the quarterback and head coach. I would bet that Harvin would not cause nearly as much trouble with RGIII and Shanahan leading the way. In Minnesota, he had Favre, who didn't respect Childress either, and Christian Ponder, who really has no credibility. It would be nice to think that all 20 something year old professional athletes had sparkling personalities, but its not the case.
Typically, if you look at teams with credible quarterbacks and head coaches, malcontent players who are added to the equation are on their best behavior. Take Randy Moss as an example. A head case everywhere he's been, paired with Brady and Belichek, he was a dominant force and didn't rock the boat.
No team is signing Harvin long-term without hedging their bets. The dynamic he could add to Shanahans offense is spectacular.
If we can trade for him and get him signed for 4 or 5 years, I'm all for it.
We just need to hold out for one more year and draft D'Anthony Thomas from Oregon next year. He was born to play in our offense.
Black Jesus and Black Mamba in the same offense.
Last edited by Momma There Goes That Man; February-15th-2013 at 01:01 PM.
How did we go from "draft picks are currency and valuable" to "pfft, who needs those draft picks, who ever came out of the second round that was a good as Harvin?". The dude isn't Jerry Rice or Randy Moss or something.
Looks like Percy Harvin's taking his team player reputation to the classy organization that is the Seahawks.
The Seahawks and Vikings have agreed to a trade that would send wide receiver Percy Harvin to Seattle for draft picks pending he passes a physical, FOXSports.com has learned.
Harvin, who is entering the final year of his rookie deal, has been adamant about an extension, but the Vikings looked to cut bait on the premier talent.
Seattle seemed like an ideal landing spot as Harvin has worked with Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, who coached Harvin in Minnesota during his rookie season
rumor has it that the vikings might go after victor cruz and give up a 1st in doing so... that means the giants would have 2 1st's in this draft :X damn!
That being said, they gave up a 1st rounder, a couple other picks and will have to give him a huge contract for a guy that is on the smaller side and gets hurt at least once a year.
Originally Posted by Mike Shanahan
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