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Thread: Dalton Trade Scenarios

  1. #21
    Could definitely see that, but I wonder if the relationship with the Pats has soured a bit due to the taping scandal.

  2. #22
    Eli Manning retires.

  3. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Eli Manning retires.
    Funny... thought that was last year.

    Winning 2 SBs and being MVP in both puts him in a yellow jacket for sure.

  4. #24
    Bengals: No decision yet on Andy Dalton's future

    Duke Tobin says the Bengals won't "act with haste" in making a decision on Dalton, who wants to be a starter for someone in 2020.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bengals1181 View Post
    Bengals: No decision yet on Andy Dalton's future

    Duke Tobin says the Bengals won't "act with haste" in making a decision on Dalton, who wants to be a starter for someone in 2020.
    If you’re Andy, I’d assume you wouldn’t want to be traded until after the draft. Every year, there seems to be a QB who gets traded to what looks like a good situation, only to have that team muddy the waters with a 1st round QB in the draft.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by mongo View Post
    If you’re Andy, I’d assume you wouldn’t want to be traded until after the draft. Every year, there seems to be a QB who gets traded to what looks like a good situation, only to have that team muddy the waters with a 1st round QB in the draft.
    I'm thinking the best situation for all parties involved would be an in draft scenario where a team misses out on a QB, or takes a developmental guy in 2 and is willing to give us a 3 for Andy.

  7. #27
    Just read a Patriot beat writer's speculation about what an Andy Dalton trade might look like. Three scenarios.

    1- Bengals package Dalton, 2nd and 6th round picks to trade back into the 1st round.

    2 - A straight swap. Patriots trade 3rd rounder, projected #83.

    3 - A straight swap...Dalton for DE John Simon.
    Last edited by HOF; 01-27-2020 at 09:35 AM.

  8. #28
    I would take door #2 or door #1.

  9. #29
    Dalton straight-up for John Simon? C'mon. We're talking about a starting-level QB here - and while I'm happy that John Simon has resurrected his career, that's a silly trade.

    Could see them holding out for a 2nd round pick but I'd consider a 3rd if that's the best they could get (remember, they almost had a 2nd for AJ McCarron). That said, I think someone would come with more value to the table than a 3rd rounder.

    I'd consider something like scenario 1 but I wouldn't give up my 2nd rounder. I'd consider something like a 3rd and Dalton... no more than that. We're talking moving up from #33 to #23 - that's 10 spots... and they are getting a starting-level QB and a 2nd-day 3rd round pick... at the top of the 3rd round, so in effect, it's a late second.

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by texbengal View Post
    I'd consider something like scenario 1 but I wouldn't give up my 2nd rounder. I'd consider something like a 3rd and Dalton... no more than that. We're talking moving up from #33 to #23 - that's 10 spots... and they are getting a starting-level QB and a 2nd-day 3rd round pick... at the top of the 3rd round, so in effect, it's a late second.
    To flesh things out a little....the writer gave a scenario where a Top 10-15 prospect slips to the Chargers spot at #23, enticing the Bengals to move up. No speculation about which prospect might slip but I agree they would have to have a unique skill set. (Epenesa or Lewis maybe.)

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