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Which trade destination would benefit the Eagles, the buyer, and Kolbosexuals the most?




Lets look at the top four suitors for Kevin Kolb; Arizona,Seattle,San Fran and Buffalo

 

 

Arizona Cardinals:

Why this will happen:

Lets face it, ever since Kurt Warner retired, the QB situation has gone south from having Max Hall and John Skelton at qb(ugh) and even Larry Fitzgerald wants this guy.Back to the QB situation, Skelton?No, I wouldn't have a QB named like this:

Why this won't happen:

I'll be honest, I can't think of any, but maybe Ken Weisenhut may want Carson Palmer,Kyle Orton or Donovan  McNabb(lol)

How well would KK play, and say he's traded for 2012 picks, would there be a chance we'd get a high pick?:

To answer this question, we'll visit the Card's 2011 schedule and I'll make some random predictions of  who wins

Carolina: Win 

Washington:

Seattle: Win  

New York:Loss 

Minnesota:Loss

Pittsburgh:Loss

Baltimore:Loss 

St.Louis:Loss 

Philly:Loss 

San Fran: Win

St.Louis:Loss

Dallas:Loss 

San Fran:Loss

Cleveland:Loss

Cincy:Win

Seattle:Win


As you see, I predict them  having a 6-10 record with Kolb, which should equate around having the 5th-14th pick in next years draft (and we may include a 2-3 rounder as well). His stats would range from 17-30TD's with Larry Fitzgerald at his side ,11-20 INT's, (because of scary pass defenses in the AFC north), and around 3500-4000  yards  should he start for the Cards all 16 games.This would be a win-win-win for the Cards(who get an immediate impact) Eagles(who would get a fairley high draft pick) and Kolb himself who would flourish with Larry Fitzgerald.So, if you are an Eagles fan, and a Kolbosexual, you will go gaga over this trade.

Seattle Seahawks

Why this trade will happen:

Matt Hasselback is almost as old as Justin Bieber and Josh Freeman combined,and other than his Four TD gem against the Saints,he has been largley inaffective.Kolb would would turn this team into a more decent and less fluky playoff contender.

Why it won't:

The last time they aquired a QB via trade, they gave up a second round draft pick in Charlie Whitehurst, so will the Seahawks bite again?

How well would KK play, and say he's traded for 2012 picks, would there be a chance we'd get a high pick?:

To answer this question, we'll visit the 'Hawks  2011 schedule and I'll make some random predictions of who wins

San Fran: Loss

Pittsburgh:Loss

Arizona: Win

Atlanta:Loss

New York:Loss

Cleveland:Loss

Cincy:Win

Dallas:Win

Baltimore:Loss

St.Louis:Win

Washingon:Win

Philly:Loss

St.Louis:Loss

Chicago:Loss

San Fran: Win

Arizona:Win

Here,I predict the Seahawks with Kolb goes 7-9, which equates to a 9th-14th overall pick.With a lack of wideouts,I'm guessing Kolb would only throw for 16-23TD's 14-18 INT's and 3200-3700 yards.Compared to the Arizona trade, this wouldn't be as good for Kolbosexuals and Iggy fans.

San Fransisco 49ers

Why this will happen:

San Fran hasn't had a legit QB since Jeff Garcia(Pro-Bowl years),Steve Young and Joe Montana graced the football field.Kolb won't be that good, but he's good enough to make the 49ers back in the playoffs a couple years from now.

Why this won't happen:

The Niners drafted Colin Kapernick, who is a very good player,BUT he is a 1-3 year project, so maybe Kolb could be short term for them if traded.Though I don't know why SF would give a first for a short term QB.

 

How well would KK play, and say he's traded for 2012 picks, would there be a chance we'd get a high pick?:

To answer this question, we'll visit the 49ers  2011 schedule and I'll make some random predictions of who wins

Seattle:Win

Dallas:Loss

Cincy:Win

Philly:Loss

Tampa:Loss

Detroit:Loss

Cleveland:Win

Washington:Win

NY:Loss

Baltimore:Loss

St Louis:Win

Arizona:Win

Pittsburgh:Loss

Seattle:Win

St.Louis:Loss

With a 7-9 record,we'd get around a 9th-14th pick and Kolb would throw for 17-25 TD's12-16 INT's and 3500-3800 yards.OK in my opinion,but compared to the Card's trade, what we'd get in return is nothing.Plus, I don't think SF pulls it off.

Buffalo:

Why this will  happen:

Though I don't think Fitzpatrick is a bad QB, I think the Bills want an upgrade.I don't think the Bills would go far with him, but he would have 2 good wideouts in Stevie Johnso and Lee Evans.

Why it won't:

Ryan Fitzpatrick is a good QB, and maybe the coaches will trust them, after all they didn't draft a QB.I personally don't want the trade to happen.

 

How well would KK play, and say he's traded for 2012 picks, would there be a chance we'd get a high pick?:

To answer this question, we'll visit the Bills  2011 schedule and I'll make some random predictions of who wins.

Kansas:Loss

Oakland:Win

New England:WIn(upset)

Cincy:Loss

Philly:Loss

New York(Giants): Loss

Washington:Win

New York(Jets):Loss

Dallas:Loss

Miami:Win

New York:Loss

Tennesee:Win

San Diego:Loss

Miami:Win

Denver:Win

New England:Loss

With the Bills,he'd go 7-9, throw 20-27 TD's with two good wideouts but throw 14-17INT's with 3600-4100 yards.After constant anylasis, I say Kolb should be a Cardinal next year.

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