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    I was watching total access and they are saying Dorsey and DJ are both on the trading block if offers come in good enough for them.

    WOW

    I actually am really impressed with dorsey this year and think that would be a huge mistake.



    *edit i didn't read the trade deadline thread* FAIL

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    Quote Originally Posted by honda522 View Post
    Right now, there is not too many players I am impressed with. If need be, they should go.
    Hell yeah. The better they play, the more we need to be rid of 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yashi View Post
    We're 5 games into the first season in a new defensive scheme and you want to blow it up already?
    At 0-5, I think Pioli/Haley will be trying to stockpile picks for the 2010 draft. Thats why imo Dorsey goes if we have any takers...
    SHUT IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike View Post
    At 0-5, I think Pioli/Haley will be trying to stockpile picks for the 2010 draft. Thats why imo Dorsey goes if we have any takers...
    Yep. So we can trade the players we take with those draft picks, should they accidentally be any good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    Yep. So we can trade the players we take with those draft picks, should they accidentally be any good.
    Yep! But at least it will be THEIR players to deal with and not Herms...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bike View Post
    Yep! But at least it will be THEIR players to deal with and not Herms...
    yeah. But they might want to slow down with getting rid of Herm's players. Otherwise they will run out of excuses in three or four years. I know they don't want that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    yeah. But they might want to slow down with getting rid of Herm's players. Otherwise they will run out of excuses in three or four years. I know they don't want that.
    Well, in 3-4 years, hopefully we won't need any excuses...
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    Dorsey seems tobe doing better this year. But if we can get a better player go for it.
    But unless its a number 1 or real high 2, forget it on draft picks.
    i can remember what a chief super bowl team looks like! ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by chief31 View Post
    Hell yeah. The better they play, the more we need to be rid of 'em.
    I am talking about players like Leggit, and Washington, and Niswanger, and Larry Johnson, Ron Edwards.

    I haven't seen much of Dorsey in the pass rush. I can't say I am suprised to see him on the block. I do think he is supporting the run quite well tho.
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    I can see trading DJ, but not Dorsey unless it's an insanely good deal.

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    I know DL in a 3-4 are supposed to occupy blockers, but we need a DE that can get to the QB too. Dorsey might wind up being great, but he does not fit our needs and he is not an ideal DE. And if he does wind up being great, it will be in a 4-3.

    If other teams are starting to see his potential again, now is the time to trade him. He will probably be on the bench next year, if he is still on the roster. Pioli will find a player that fits and that player will be the starter.

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