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Old 02-10-2013, 04:15 PM
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The vikes want to deal Percy Harvin what or who would you trade for him? i would give up one of our second rd .picks or Rey M and T.Mays...
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:20 PM
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If the vikes are dumb enough to trade him for Rey, I would make that deal. For a second rounder I don't know. His talent is crazy but he is injured way too much for me to give up that kind of value.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:23 PM
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If we can snag a solid LB and Safety with first two picks, I'd be ok giving up our 21st in the 2nd for him.

Injury prone...but the guys a playmaker an can pretty much line up anywhere, plus better special teamer then Tate.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:24 PM
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If the vikes are dumb enough to trade him for Rey, I would make that deal. For a second rounder I don't know. His talent is crazy but he is injured way too much for me to give up that kind of value.
lol i would give them REY and MAYS
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:36 PM
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How can u trade somebody who is not currently under contract
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:40 PM
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Maybe he could teach Dontay Moch how to get over migraines.
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:42 PM
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How can u trade somebody who is not currently under contract
Not to mention why would anybody want one of the worst MLB in football or a lousy safety, much less both of them?
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Old 02-10-2013, 04:44 PM
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The vikes want to deal Percy Harvin what or who would you trade for him? i would give up one of our second rd .picks or Rey M and T.Mays...
Really?

1. Do you think the Vikings are idiots?
2. Rey is not under contract.
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Old 02-10-2013, 05:17 PM
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Percy is pretty awsome...but injury prone. I would definately like to see him in stripes but he's a bit too talented for MB to go after.....he likes em cheap and sometimey.
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The vikes want to deal Percy Harvin what or who would you trade for him? i would give up one of our second rd .picks or Rey M and T.Mays...
I'd see if they'd be interested in Peko and 2B
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Harvin is definitely worth a 2nd rounder; but I'm not sure it would take that much. Brandon Marshall was dealt for two 3rds a year ago and it was a similar situation except that Marshall is a true #1.

Giving up a 3rd and potentially 5th might pry him away. He would definitely would be worth it; he does have health issues, but he wouldn't touch the ball as much with Green, Gresh and Sanu/Jones vying for targets so his health issues should improve. The real issue would be whether or not he would accept being a role player and not being the guy.
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I say offer nothing for Harvin.

He has physical talent, but something is just not right with him.
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I'd see if they'd be interested in Peko and 2B
Interesting......we do have a perfect replacement for Peko waiting in the wings.

I remember some mocks had him to us because we liked da thugs.

Harvin is a playmaker, he carried the ball 52 times in 2011 to go along with 87 catches. Has also returned a kickoff for a TD in every season. He and AJ would be....wow.

I don't know he has some serious red flags. Could get interesting, look for speculation to NE for the next month.
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he's not good really just a good gadget player like brad smith is or was
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The vikes want to deal Percy Harvin what or who would you trade for him? i would give up one of our second rd .picks or Rey M and T.Mays...
i'm a big no on harvin we already have a player very similar on the roster that doesnt get the ball enough in the open field, baby hawk
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he's not good really just a good gadget player like brad smith is or was
He's better than Brad Smith ever dreamed he could be.
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He's better than Brad Smith ever dreamed he could be.
Yeah, I'm not getting the Harvin hate.

He is a really dynamic WR, his only issue has been injuries, which is significant, but the guy can flat out play.
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Old 02-11-2013, 02:59 PM
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If harvin can become consistaint...big if, but if he can he is well worth the pick up. he was a beautiful reciever this year catching everything everywhere, him with aj green would be amazing and harvin is my first choice if we are targeting WR to grab including any draftable player or FA
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The vikes want to deal Percy Harvin what or who would you trade for him? i would give up one of our second rd .picks or Rey M and T.Mays...
Same response to the other thread for Harvin.

We have finally cleared the clubhouse of divas and cancerous attitudes so why do so many wish to bring them right back. There are an awful lot of good football players that come without drama and aren't headcases.
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Yeah, I'm not getting the Harvin hate.

He is a really dynamic WR, his only issue has been injuries, which is significant, but the guy can flat out play.
Ask Leslie Frazier if that is the only issue.
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People seem to be missing that Harvin was an MVP candidate until his injury. I would take that level of play, always
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I'd see if they'd be interested in Peko and 2B
That is what I was thinking, something with Peko involved. I think Peko would have a good amount of value. Preferably Peko and our 3rd. But I could probably be convinced to give up the 2b. Vikings need DTs. And Marvin could probably talk Peko up pretty good to Leslie.
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