ROOM FOR TIPPETT?

Robin Brownlee
May 12 2013 08:21PM

It seems likely the Edmonton Oilers will add another body to their coaching staff for next season. I find myself wondering if we're jumping to conclusions by assuming it'll be an assistant coach. How about a head coach?

Yes, I know the Oilers have one of those. His name is Ralph Krueger. Thanks, Tips. Up front, I'm spit-balling here because nobody with the Oilers has let me in on the down low about pending personnel decisions, but I'm wondering if Krueger might be better suited, and more comfortable, back in a role as an associate coach, the position he first took in Edmonton under Tom Renney.

Specifically, I'm wondering if a move like that by Krueger might make sense for the Oilers with a couple of proven, blue chip coaching candidates on the horizon -- Lindy Ruff and Dave Tippett, who are both behind the bench with Team Canada at the World Championships right now.

I ran Tippett's name by our readers about a year ago before the Oilers decided on Krueger, contemplating if Tippett might become available. Now, with the Oilers looking to add to a staff that includes Krueger, Steve Smith and Kelly Buchberger, and Tippett's contract with the Phoenix Coyotes about to expire June 30, I believe his name is worth repeating.

HAS THE CREDENTIALS

Tippett, 51, has made the playoffs in eight of his 10 seasons as an NHL coach with Dallas and Phoenix, taking the Coyotes to the Western Conference final last season. All told, he boasts a record of 427-252-28-79 (.611) in 786 regular season games.

Tippett has also got three years as an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Kings and an IHL championship with the Houston Aeros in 1999 on his coaching resume. Most important, if the Coyotes status remains up in the air in terms of ownership and Tippett doesn’t get a new contract, or chooses to test the market, he will be available.

"There’s gonna be some clarity to it one way or the other this year because if it gets to July 1 and there’s no owner, I’m without a contract," Tippett told USA Today May 2. "I’m gonna coach somewhere next year. I hope it’s here. But I’m gonna coach somewhere next year."

Now, I'm not making the quantum leap that "somewhere" necessarily means Edmonton, but I won’t discount the possibility either. All I know is that new GM Craig MacTavish won’t be doing his job if he doesn’t include Tippett on his call list after June 30, if the Oilers don't at least make a pitch.

There are others, like Ruff, not to mention a handful of other younger coaches looking for NHL jobs as well, and MacT better ring them up, too. Of course, seeing Krueger step aside for Tippett probably seems like a long shot, but so did the hiring of Pat Quinn and Renney as a tandem (yes, that went ever so badly) and the return to the organization of MacTavish himself. Some people laughed out loud when that possibility was raised.

Just sayin' . . .

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#1 Jasmine
May 12 2013, 08:59PM
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@TheOtherJohn

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#2 Kyle Erickson
May 12 2013, 08:48PM
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I was kind of hoping the Canucks would hire Barry Melrose.

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#3 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 09:54PM
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There are always good coaches availiable of various styles. Tippett, AV, Brent Sutter, Lindy Ruff, Paul Maurice, Dallas Eakins. I think Krueger deserves more time and a better roster. The players also need stability and comfort rather than learning a new system and new expectations every season. If Krueger doesn't do a good job next season there will be good coaches available next offseason. Always are.

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#4 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 10:12PM
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Bloodsweatandoil wrote:

Lowe is still an idiot " Citizen David", I agree with most things you post but I cannot drink that kool-aid. I have a hard time believing that ownership thinks he is such a genius still after seven years of spinning the same wheels with marginal improvement. The Oilers record is the worst in the league and we are the embarassment of the league. Why is Lowe so bullet proof? The piss off is that he knows it!

For sure the past seven years have been brutal. But I think the Oilers can have a successful future with Lowe here. I don't think MacT is a puppet GM, I don't think Tambo was a puppet either given the complete change in how the Oilers were GM'd when Lowe was GM to when Tambo was the GM. I like that MacT has revealed that Management is aware of the flaws of this team and will, according to him, pursue fixing those problems aggressively.

I think Lowe and the Oilers (rightly or wrongly) decided to completely burn it down. It was part of the plan to suck. And they were really good at it. I assume he's learned from a few mistakes as well.

Do I think Lowe is great? No. Do I think Oiler fans have been a little too harsh on him by being blinded by bitterness over losing? Yes.

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#5 Next up, is Connor McJesus.
May 12 2013, 10:50PM
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As much as i'd like to see Tippett in charge here, he can't be burdened with all these assistants currently in place here.

If MacTavish is serious about getting things sunny side up and back on the road again, he needs to clean house and let Tippett do things his way, with his own chosen assistants/people. Only then will we know who's wearing the big boy pants upstairs.

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#6 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 08:36PM
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I don't think it is quite the time yet, but in a couple more seasons I would be very pleased with Todd Nelson becoming the Oilers head coach. I think very highly of him. Even if he does use the word "like" three times in every sentence.

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#7 GVBlackhawk
May 12 2013, 09:38PM
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Thank you Robin Brownlee for finally putting your foot down with respect to Jasmine's endless diatribe.

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#8 Colin
May 13 2013, 06:52AM
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Lindy Ruff is an overrated coach. His teams missed the playoffs more than they made it. His comments regarding western conference players show just how little he knows outside his east coast bubble.

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#9 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 08:57PM
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Walter Sobchak wrote:

Is coaching really the issue? I found some of Krueger decisions more or less rookie mistakes but was he the reason for the Oiler's mess? No, I don't think so.

Do the Oiler's need high profile coaches to be looking over Krueger shoulder? No, I also don't think this helps.

Give him the tools, the players, another assistant, then set the expectations and let him run the team. If he fails with better personnel and players then cut him lose.

Agreed. I don't think Ralph is a bad coach. Or at least it's far to soon to tell. We definately need to upgrade our assistant coaches. Some teams have people like Larry Robinson or Perry Pearn as their assistant coaches... We have Kelly Buchberger and Steve Smith.

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#10 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 09:02PM
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DSF wrote:

Gillis made it very clear in his post season post mortem that the Canucks will be changing their style of play to reflect the change in the way the game is currently being played.

He's committed to shift away from the small, skilled style of play the Canucks had been playing to the style played by LAK and STL.

While I think AV might well be able to coach that style, I expect they need a different voice behind the bench.

Given that the Canucks have far more financial resources than most teams, I think you should expect they'll be the front runners for Tippet's services.

Getting involved in the Oilers morass of "good old boys" will likely turn off more than a few candidates.

Lowe, MacT, Smith and Buchberger will eventually be hoisted on their own petards.

In all seriousness I think it's in the Canucks best interest to trade the Sedins. I say this while believing that the Sedin's are fantastic hockey players. But the Canucks window is closing, and their pipeline looks brutal. Calgary Flames traded Joe Nieuwendyk when he still has many great seasons left and they got the best player their franchise ever had. This is what the Canucks need to do.

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#11 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 09:23PM
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@Jasmine

Jasmine,

If it will help stop your crusade against Oiler fans, I'll have you know I'm a Lowe fan. He was a big part of our cup wins. Before my time but I can still thank him for that. He was a decent coach and I liked his work as a GM. While Greztky is a Kings fan, and Messier is nowhere to be seen, probably a Rangers fan, Lowe clearly is passionate about the Oilers. People pick on his flaws in his personality and then turn around and promote Burke. Cause that makes total sense. Some things Lowe has said have been dumb, see "six rings", but who hasn't said dumb things.

Oiler fans are bitter and jaded from seven years of failure, Lowe has been in upper management the whole time. But just like a GM gets more that one Coach hire, Presidents get more than one GM hire. Unfortunately, if the Oilers enjoy success under MacT fans will probably give no credit to Lowe, even thought they will surely place it all on him if MacT doesn't work.

Bottom line is Oiler fans are passionate. Which is a good thing. And the primary reason players won't come to Edmonton is because of the teams performance. If the oilers start winning their division players will come.

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#12 GVBlackhawk
May 12 2013, 09:42PM
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I like RK, but you cannot argue with the track record that Dave Tippett has established. If he's available, MacT would be wise to sign him as head coach.

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#13 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 09:44PM
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DSF wrote:

I actually think that may be in the cards.

The Sedins and Luongo to Toronto for the Leafs 1st round pick, Phil Kessel and Morgan Reilly.

Vancouver gets much younger and the Leafs get some badly needed pieces to get to the next level.

Maybe they could go to the Ducks who would find it incredibly tempting to have a Perry Getzlaf line and then a Sedin twins line. Going back to Vancouver Bobby Ryan and Emerson Etem. Maybe another piece as well.

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#14 DSF
May 12 2013, 09:52PM
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Citizen David wrote:

Maybe they could go to the Ducks who would find it incredibly tempting to have a Perry Getzlaf line and then a Sedin twins line. Going back to Vancouver Bobby Ryan and Emerson Etem. Maybe another piece as well.

Not a bad thought.

Both Ryan and Etem address Vancouver's desire for younger, bigger players.

Might work.

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#15 Jeffff
May 12 2013, 10:16PM
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What other city would take such abuse Detroit? Montreal? Lowe would have been fired long time ago if he was with those organizations

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#16 Dangilitis
May 12 2013, 10:49PM
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DSF wrote:

I actually think that may be in the cards.

The Sedins and Luongo to Toronto for the Leafs 1st round pick, Phil Kessel and Morgan Reilly.

Vancouver gets much younger and the Leafs get some badly needed pieces to get to the next level.

I know that I shouldn't feed trolls, but this, in all seriousness, is a classic example of why you are an idiot. Last post you were going on and on about why Toronto is in such a good position right now as an organization (a stance I can't say that I agree with, although I do firmly believe that Burke made the team a lot better than what he inherited), and then you imply that they should or could make what would be classified as the dumbest trade in recent memory. Do you honestly think any team would be stupid enough to take an albatross of a goalie contract (when Reimer has emerged this year) and the Sedins (wrong side of 30, play declining, can't get it done against tough competition in the playoffs, contract expires in a year) for an consistent goal scorer, a legit top 2 D prospect, and a 1st rounder? If so, you are either: a bonehead (very likely), and/or callous enough to contradict yourself wherever it suits your argument. If you were able to argue the same points and stick with them, I would still think you were an ass, but at least I might have a little respect for your opinions...

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#17 clyde
May 12 2013, 11:40PM
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Jesse wrote:

Gretzky made a lousy coach

Kevin Lowe makes a lousy coach gm and President.

If he cared about the Oilers he would resign. He knows his record , he is just screaming the loudest and you are buying it.

A former Oiler player and coach and current broadcaster told me Lowe really wants to coach. This could get even more interesting if he replaces Krueger.

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#18 Walter Sobchak
May 13 2013, 01:40AM
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The Real Insider wrote:

BREAKING NEWS:

Someone in the Oilers organization has informally contacted Mark Streit! Turns out he is loving to come to Edm on a 3 year deal.. Can't sign him until July 1 though.

That someone in the organization is probably Ralph Kreuger as this was his friend and coach for many years on the Swiss National Team!!

BREAKING NEWS:

This is so incredibly untrue!

First, this would be tampering and that would mean a few things.

1) a fine of close to or if not more than 3 million dollars.

2) the loss of this years first round pick as well as another first round pick in the next 2 to 4 years.

Not to mention would almost certainly spell the end of Kreuger as the coach of the Oilers, if he was the insider, making playing for Kreuger a moot point.

All this to sign an over aged NHL defensmen for an additional 3 years bringing his playing age to 40!

There is no bloody way the Oilers will be contacting a player under contract until said contract is up!

Get a grip!

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#19 Next up, is Connor McJesus.
May 13 2013, 09:39AM
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After watching Seth Jones for the last couple weeks, it sure appears there's one thing absent from his game, he's missing a mean streak. It just doesn't seem to be in this kid. Easy to see he won't be the best player in this draft. He may be the first taken, but he'll be far from the best.

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#20 Jodes
May 12 2013, 08:34PM
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Absolutely.. This team needs a shakeup and Ralph "SwissMiss" Krueger needs to either take a step back as an associate or be let go completely.

His style isn't working and it's not going to help the kids moving forward. We need a coach who is going to bring in a tough, no-nonsense style that won't be easy to play against. Ruff and Tippett excel at that type of game.

I don't care if there's been ___ number of coaches over the past how many years.

#OilMustChange and it must be behind the bench.

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#21 DSF
May 12 2013, 08:36PM
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Tippet will be the next coach of the Vancouver Canucks.

Book it.

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#22 Rick
May 12 2013, 08:42PM
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Tippett or AV as head coach would be a good move , do before the draft.

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#24 TheOtherJohn
May 12 2013, 08:47PM
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Kruger's team under performed their talent level. That is, the team did not exceed their skill level. No way Tippett comes here if he's saddled by KLowe's buddies SSmith & K Buchberger as assistant coached. Nor should he be, HC choses his assistants. Neither Smith or Buchberger have any track record of coaching success

I'd hire Tippett in a heart beat but expect he would want firm commitment on team improving. And if Lowe wants jobs for his cronies, they can be pro scouts. God knows Oilers pro scouts don't do anything

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#25 Kev
May 12 2013, 08:50PM
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AV is a very good coach, most people hate Vancouver Canucks, so they can't see what a good coach AV is.

If AV is fired and goes somewhere else you will be sorry.

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#26 Walter Sobchak
May 12 2013, 08:51PM
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Is coaching really the issue? I found some of Krueger decisions more or less rookie mistakes but was he the reason for the Oiler's mess? No, I don't think so.

Do the Oiler's need high profile coaches to be looking over Krueger shoulder? No, I also don't think this helps.

Give him the tools, the players, another assistant, then set the expectations and let him run the team. If he fails with better personnel and players then cut him lose.

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#27 Kyle Erickson
May 12 2013, 08:54PM
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I don't know about Tippett in all seriousness, I heard he gives performance enhancing speeches.

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#28 DSF
May 12 2013, 08:55PM
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Robin Brownlee wrote:

Tippett has worked wonders in Phoenix with less talent than the Canucks have left . . . There will be overtures from several teams, including Colorado.

Gillis made it very clear in his post season post mortem that the Canucks will be changing their style of play to reflect the change in the way the game is currently being played.

He's committed to shift away from the small, skilled style of play the Canucks had been playing to the style played by LAK and STL.

While I think AV might well be able to coach that style, I expect they need a different voice behind the bench.

Given that the Canucks have far more financial resources than most teams, I think you should expect they'll be the front runners for Tippet's services.

Getting involved in the Oilers morass of "good old boys" will likely turn off more than a few candidates.

Lowe, MacT, Smith and Buchberger will eventually be hoisted on their own petards.

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#29 Jasmine
May 12 2013, 08:56PM
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@Jodes

Having 5 coaches in 7 years is looking for disaster. Oilers fans have gone from running players out of town to running coaches out of town.

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#30 DSF
May 12 2013, 08:57PM
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Kyle Erickson wrote:

I was kind of hoping the Canucks would hire Barry Melrose.

They might.

And after a year of failure, the Oilers will pick him up.

See Quinn, Renney, Tambellini and MacT for reference.

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#31 DSF
May 12 2013, 08:57PM
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Jasmine wrote:

Having 5 coaches in 7 years is looking for disaster. Oilers fans have gone from running players out of town to running coaches out of town.

Should have just kept Slats and Ron Low.

All would be good.

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#32 Jeffff
May 12 2013, 09:04PM
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@Jasmine

Who is the common denominator after the 2004-5 lockout ?

Who has the worst record in the NHL since the lockout answer: Edmonton Oilers

I'll give you a hint Jasmine 6 rings

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#33 Jesse
May 12 2013, 09:06PM
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Gretzky made a lousy coach

Kevin Lowe makes a lousy coach gm and President.

If he cared about the Oilers he would resign. He knows his record , he is just screaming the loudest and you are buying it.

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#34 DSF
May 12 2013, 09:10PM
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Jasmine wrote:

The reason coaches, GMs and players don't sign in Edmonton is because of the fans. Couple of years ago, Oilers wanted to sign Ray Whitney and he rejected saying he rejected signing in Edmonton because of the fans.

Then the Oilers need to fire the fans.

Refuse to take their money.

Play in an empty arena.

That'll show 'em.

Or maybe the Oilers need to put a better product on the ice.

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#35 DSF
May 12 2013, 09:13PM
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Citizen David wrote:

In all seriousness I think it's in the Canucks best interest to trade the Sedins. I say this while believing that the Sedin's are fantastic hockey players. But the Canucks window is closing, and their pipeline looks brutal. Calgary Flames traded Joe Nieuwendyk when he still has many great seasons left and they got the best player their franchise ever had. This is what the Canucks need to do.

I actually think that may be in the cards.

The Sedins and Luongo to Toronto for the Leafs 1st round pick, Phil Kessel and Morgan Reilly.

Vancouver gets much younger and the Leafs get some badly needed pieces to get to the next level.

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#36 jeffff
May 12 2013, 09:14PM
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@ Jesse

While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75 year old Texas rancher, whose hand was caught in a gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man.

Eventually the topic got around to politics and then they discussed some new guy who was far too big for his shoes as a politician.

The old rancher said, ‘Well, ya know, he is a post turtle’. Not being familiar with the term, the doctor asked him what a ‘post turtle’ was.

The old rancher said, ‘When you’re driving down a country road and you come across a fence post with a turtle balanced on top, that’s a ‘post turtle’.

The old rancher saw a puzzled look on the doctor’s face, so he continued to explain. ‘You know he didn’t get up there by himself, he doesn’t belong up there, he doesn’t know what to do while he is up there, and you just wonder what kind of a dumb ass put him up there in the first place.

KEVIN LOWE is a post turtle.

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#37 Citizen David
May 12 2013, 09:32PM
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DSF wrote:

I actually think that may be in the cards.

The Sedins and Luongo to Toronto for the Leafs 1st round pick, Phil Kessel and Morgan Reilly.

Vancouver gets much younger and the Leafs get some badly needed pieces to get to the next level.

I think it's looking more and more like Toronto has a Goalie. No need to take on Roberto's contract.

I would think the Sedin's to Philly would seem more likely although I don't think they'll actually trade them.

Try to get a mixture of B. Schenn, Couturier, Voracek, Simmons, Laughton,

Or chose a team that will turn over a young star.

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#38 Bloodsweatandoil
May 12 2013, 10:01PM
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Lowe is still an idiot " Citizen David", I agree with most things you post but I cannot drink that kool-aid. I have a hard time believing that ownership thinks he is such a genius still after seven years of spinning the same wheels with marginal improvement. The Oilers record is the worst in the league and we are the embarassment of the league. Why is Lowe so bullet proof? The piss off is that he knows it!

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#39 Rik
May 12 2013, 10:06PM
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Bloodsweatandoil wrote:

Lowe is still an idiot " Citizen David", I agree with most things you post but I cannot drink that kool-aid. I have a hard time believing that ownership thinks he is such a genius still after seven years of spinning the same wheels with marginal improvement. The Oilers record is the worst in the league and we are the embarassment of the league. Why is Lowe so bullet proof? The piss off is that he knows it!

Daryl's Katz best friend.

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#40 Oiler Al
May 12 2013, 10:12PM
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Tippets track record at Dallas and Phoenix speaks volumes for what he has accomplished, especially in Phoenix , with limited funds and players made available. Played a lo of defense first with Coyotes, but I think that had a lot to do with what he had on the ice.

Not sure retaining a former head coach makes sense. But I am certainly not a Kruger fan. I taught he should have been replaced last Dec.

Buchberger and Smith should be retained!. One drives the Zamboni after the first period and the other after the second period. Then they go and polish Lowes car after the game.

I think a guy like Eakin with the Marlies might be a good choice.... done some good things with the limited talent he's had to work with.

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#41 crobar
May 12 2013, 10:28PM
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robin, didn't you say a couple columns ago that there was NO WAY these guys would even consider edmonton??re: "bowel movement pie in the face"...... what has changed??

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#42 alex
May 12 2013, 10:56PM
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Now that Anaheim lost were does Edmonton pick in the 2nd rd?

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#43 Dangilitis
May 12 2013, 10:59PM
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@alex

52nd

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#44 alex
May 12 2013, 11:01PM
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Dangilitis wrote:

52nd

Thanks

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#45 Robert
May 12 2013, 11:05PM
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Oilers Pick # 37 + pick # 52 = pick # ?

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#46 Derek
May 12 2013, 11:09PM
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Robert wrote:

Oilers Pick # 37 + pick # 52 = pick # ?

http://oilersnation.com/2012/6/22/moving-up-and-down-at-the-nhl-entry-draft-2001-2011

Very subjective all depends on the players. But this is a guideline .

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#47 doougtheslug
May 12 2013, 11:12PM
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Robert wrote:

Oilers Pick # 37 + pick # 52 = pick # ?

#37+#52.Don't expect something for nothing.Unless some team is dire cap trouble.

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#48 Taylor Gang
May 12 2013, 11:13PM
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Sedins for Kessel? What is Be a GM?

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#49 Derek
May 12 2013, 11:16PM
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doougtheslug wrote:

#37+#52.Don't expect something for nothing.Unless some team is dire cap trouble.

37 + 52 may get you a 30ish pick

7 + 37 may get you a 5.

very subjective.

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#50 Next up, is Connor McJesus.
May 12 2013, 11:32PM
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Sell the farm to get to 3 or 4.

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