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Would you be willing to trade Sauce for Lamar?


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Say the Ravens are willing to trade Lamar for:

- Sauce

- 1st round pick

- 2nd round pick

Would you do it?

PS, to those who think that we can just get him in free agency, you’re smoking crack. Baltimore can franchise tag him for two more years and will do so if need be.

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Yes!  You happily give up some combination of your best players (Quinnen/Sauce/Wilson/Breece) for a franchise qb.

Its just that simple.  QBs are the rarest commodity out there, and at any time there are only a handful of them that can win a superbowl.  Lamar has a 5 year span, barring injury, where he is capable of doing just that.

But make no mistake, the Ravens would never allow that to happen.

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24 minutes ago, Hael said:

Yes!  You happily give up some combination of your best players (Quinnen/Sauce/Wilson/Breece) for a franchise qb.

Its just that simple.  QBs are the rarest commodity out there, and at any time there are only a handful of them that can win a superbowl.  Lamar has a 5 year span, barring injury, where he is capable of doing just that.

But make no mistake, the Ravens would never allow that to happen.

Sauce, Z.Wilson, Williams and  G. Wilson  straight up

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2 hours ago, Hael said:

Yes!  You happily give up some combination of your best players (Quinnen/Sauce/Wilson/Breece) for a franchise qb.

Its just that simple.  QBs are the rarest commodity out there, and at any time there are only a handful of them that can win a superbowl.  Lamar has a 5 year span, barring injury, where he is capable of doing just that.

But make no mistake, the Ravens would never allow that to happen.

Here’s a better question no one seems to want to answer.

If they do let it happen, what’s the reason? A team like the Ravens aren’t going to let a bonafide franchise QB walk away for something as simple as money, right?

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1 minute ago, toonman 88 said:

trade sauce for a running qb,that never seem to survive in the nfl and has never won anything.not a chance!

Hasn’t had a great/finished season in 2 years. Will have to be paid like a top 3 QB in the league when he’s not even in that realm. Fans are desperate I guess.

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4 hours ago, Facts said:

Say the Ravens are willing to trade Lamar for:

- Sauce

- 1st round pick

- 2nd round pick

Would you do it?

PS, to those who think that we can just get him in free agency, you’re smoking crack. Baltimore can franchise tag him for two more years and will do so if need be.

Why don’t you think the Ravens want to give him the contract he’s seeking? They want that ever so valuable cap space? At the expense of a franchise QB?

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No. Lamar is an entertaining and fun player to watch. He’s got a skill set that can win games but his skill set also makes him one of the most likely players at his position to be injured. His playing style won’t age well. While I do not think the ravens will make him available, hypothetically, if he was available, the cost to get him will be too high. The injuries are piling up now. I don’t think you can push all in with him and lose a ton of resources in the process and expect to have a good all around team. 

go get a lower priced vet (carr, jimmy g, Tannenhill or someone similar), resign white and continue to try to develop Wilson. If this team can make a playoff run in 2023, you can worry about drafting another qb in 2024 and let him sit behind whatever vet that was brought in during 2023 for a season.

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5 minutes ago, SickJetFan said:

sure if you want to go back to last place in defense and have your QB always playing from behind...I think Lamar would make a great interception machine.

We’d also get to see our backup QB in action for 5 games a year. As if he’s going to miss less games as he gets older and gains more mileage. He’s going to have to improve a lot as a passer.

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