Re: Bedard Would also let Lloyd walk (i brought this possibility up, reiss recently wrote about it, now bedard)
posted at 2/13/2013 10:32 PM EST
In response to ClarkGriswold's comment:
In response to PATSchampsSB's comment:
Harvin would be a great fit in this ofense IMO.
No. Blows up at coaches, has migraines and is injury prone.
Injury Prone? Prior to this past season Harvin only missed 3 games AND still has missed fewer games than Hernandez has while playing 1 more year than Hernandez. Gronk might also be in the same situation were it not for injuring his ankle in the AFCCG and not a few games earlier.
So he's no more injury prone than Hernandez, Gronk, or Edelman.
His migraines have not affected his playing.
He's only 24.
He's got more play making ability than probably any other WR on the team.
He was more productive with bad QB's than Welker was when Welker was playing with bad QB's, prior to coming to NE.
The Patriots traded a 3rd for Randy Moss and a 2nd for Welker. Does anyone not think those trades were worth it?
Let's say Harvin is worth a 2nd but you are able to get him for a 3rd and 7th because the Vikings know the team trading for him will have to work out a contract extension making him less appealing. You don't think that would be worth it? You don't think Harvin is a known commodity and will be hands down light years better than any other WR you could possibly get in the 3rd round in this years draft?
Randy Moss had a reputation before coming here as well. He eventually lived up to that rep much later but it was still a deal worth doing.
If the contract and draft collateral was right I am doing that trade every day of the week and twice on Sunday.