Roquan Smith trade offer

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Surprised there are no Bronco's trades in there.

Steelers and Commanders aren't doing shit this year, no way they make these deals for a 20+ mil LB
Browns?
At least for the Bronco's it moves the needle in the W-L category.

Lions will give you Big V and LA's 2023 1st.
 

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Surprised there are no Bronco's trades in there.

Steelers and Commanders aren't doing shit this year, no way they make these deals for a 20+ mil LB
Browns?
At least for the Bronco's it moves the needle in the W-L category.
Those were ideas those teams fans came up with.

I actually was thinking the Broncos were a nice fit because they are in an ultra competitive division and are built for win-now mode, but they don't have a lot of draft picks. Here's what their fans have proposed, its not that enthusing.

 

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Those were ideas those teams fans came up with.

I actually was thinking the Broncos were a nice fit because they are in an ultra competitive division and are built for win-now mode, but they don't have a lot of draft picks. Here's what their fans have proposed, its not that enthusing.

ouch

none of those move the needle at all.
 

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Quan is a two time 2nd team All Pro. Payne has never made the Pro Bowl or All Pro teams and never had more than 5 sacks in a season. His scouting report also does not strike me as a classic 3T.

Weaknesses
  • Doesn't come off the snap with much juice and will pop up a little tall
  • Has athletic ability but is more of a phone booth defender than down-the-line tackler
  • Square-up player with average change of direction or ability to get the upper body turn to climb over and around the top
  • Pass rush can come to a grinding halt if his first move is stopped
  • Ability to play on rush downs could be the difference between first and second

He really does not possess the quickness and first step explosiveness you want from a 3T and profiles as more of a NT with some pass rush ability. I certainly would not pass on paying Quan 20m a year to give Payne close to that as I don't think he truly solves our need at 3T.
 

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Quan is a two time 2nd team All Pro. Payne has never made the Pro Bowl or All Pro teams and never had more than 5 sacks in a season. His scouting report also does not strike me as a classic 3T.

Weaknesses
  • Doesn't come off the snap with much juice and will pop up a little tall
  • Has athletic ability but is more of a phone booth defender than down-the-line tackler
  • Square-up player with average change of direction or ability to get the upper body turn to climb over and around the top
  • Pass rush can come to a grinding halt if his first move is stopped
  • Ability to play on rush downs could be the difference between first and second

He really does not possess the quickness and first step explosiveness you want from a 3T and profiles as more of a NT with some pass rush ability. I certainly would not pass on paying Quan 20m a year to give Payne close to that as I don't think he truly solves our need at 3T.
When he first came into the league and we were running the 3-4 that’s what I remember about the guy. I was just going off other posters saying he would be a good fit and didn’t do any research cause allot of this is just fantasy world speculation
 

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Quan is a two time 2nd team All Pro. Payne has never made the Pro Bowl or All Pro teams and never had more than 5 sacks in a season. His scouting report also does not strike me as a classic 3T.

Weaknesses
  • Doesn't come off the snap with much juice and will pop up a little tall
  • Has athletic ability but is more of a phone booth defender than down-the-line tackler
  • Square-up player with average change of direction or ability to get the upper body turn to climb over and around the top
  • Pass rush can come to a grinding halt if his first move is stopped
  • Ability to play on rush downs could be the difference between first and second

He really does not possess the quickness and first step explosiveness you want from a 3T and profiles as more of a NT with some pass rush ability. I certainly would not pass on paying Quan 20m a year to give Payne close to that as I don't think he truly solves our need at 3T.

He isn't what this team is missing. He's not a 3T at all
 

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Why all the potential Steelers trades? You guys realize that the Steelers already have Myles Jack and Devon Bush, right?
 

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all these offers do look like Roquan negotiated them himself…lol
 

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So several other teams Daniel Sigler's are proposing trades for Noshowquan.

Which would be your choice:

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Experience has taught us that there is often a gulf between what the sports press is reporting is a trade offer and what is actually on the table.

I'd like to see the Bears work this out with Roquan...This is the first real test for our new GM.
 

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IMO, the Bears are not trading Roquan this season. He will be playing under his existing contract this year. If he continues to play well in the new defensive scheme, I can see them extending him before years end (being a reasonable contract of which Roquan will not sign). Then the Bears have franchise tag they can use then sign / trade him.

I would love for Roquan to continue as a Bear. If not, leverage the hell out of him and make a trade for at least a top player and/or at least a 1st round pick.
This vision started well and devolved into fantasy resolutions.
 

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I don’t think there’s any way the Bears get a 1st for Roquan, but I’d take it in a heartbeat.

That said, nah, he ain’t going anywhere. There’s no leverage. Bears can just stand pat and keep control of him for the next few years if they really want to.
 

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