- Apr 27, 2007
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GMs that don’t secure a franchise QB don’t last long eitherI've been counseling that we remain in place for months... but then again, I am a known Anti Tuaite.
One thing that I have witnessed in my 40+ years of watching the draft is that impatient GMs don't last. Like the Houston bunch, they continually overpay and eventually fall by the wayside. Like poker players, smart teams bluff. They let the game come to them and they refuse to make unforced errors. Sometimes they miss on a prospect, but the teams that trade down win far more bets than they lose.
I get it... I do... some of you REALLY think that Tua is the second coming of the invention of sliced bread, and I guess if you hanker for him that badly... then you are one of those impatient GMs that I mentioned earlier.
Don't do it. Don't trade up... If anything, wait til we see which QBs are there when we draft... and then trade down.
Sure, someone may trade up to #3 and snag our 6' foot fragile idol... and I say... good.