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Old 09-16-2009, 11:22 PM   #61
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I guess I'm just bitter, b/c I actually think a lot before creating a new thread. LOL.
You think about your threads too much. You cover all sides and leave us with nothing left to talk about.
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Old 09-16-2009, 11:56 PM   #62
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Tebow wont make it past the jaguars, they are in love with him. As for bradford and mccoy they are not the anwser either, what we need is ol, pure and simple ol and lots of it.
Ditto, OL then maybe a guy like Jevan Snead or Dan LeFevour in the 2nd Round
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Old 09-17-2009, 06:59 AM   #63
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Look at Matt Stafford, JaMarcus Russell, Vince Young, Matt Leinart, Alex Smith, Kyle Boller, Rex Grossman, David Carr, Joey Harrington, and Patrick Ramsey... All first round picks.

I left out Campbell, because I think the jury is still out on him, but a lot of people are ready to replace him, which by that logic would mean Washington is the only team to have two first round busts at quarterback in the last seven seasons. Why bother wasting another first round pick?
Chicago Rex Grossman QB Cade McNown QB UCLA 1st rd pick. I think Chicago also had two 1st rd picks.
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Old 09-17-2009, 07:04 AM   #64
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Agreed. I'm done posting new threads, because apparently only ignorant/unnecessary/crazy threads get attention.

By the way, am I the only one that likes the CFB replays on ESPNU during the week? Sometimes I miss some of the games because I am tailgating before a Terps game, so it is nice to catch up during the week.

Also, the NFL replay feature on Verizon FIOS is pretty cool too. You get to watch a 10 minute recap of the game showing you important plays...basically the game in 10 mins, it is pretty cool.
You can also see all the CFB you want (almost all) anytime on ESPN360.com...ESPNU is great as well though too
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Ditto, OL then maybe a guy like Jevan Snead or Dan LeFevour in the 2nd Round
Seriously, LeFevour is my favorite QB coming out this year.

More on topic of this thread...yeah, it sucks.

In regards to the OP: I didn't know they ran the Spread Option in the NFL...the only system that allows Tebow to play QB.
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This thread makes my rookie ones seem like the greatest of all time
i dont know if i would go that far
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Old 09-17-2009, 08:00 AM   #68
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lol. He worked out pretty well when I drafted him in Madden.

Seriously though, I would have a lot of concerns over whether or not his success in college will translate to the NFL level.
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Old 09-17-2009, 08:52 AM   #69
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Sure, Urban Meyer is probably going to be our coach next year anyways.
The Danny already tried a hotshot Gators coach with a spread offense run by his college QBs. Run away from that notion. Far, far away.
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Old 09-17-2009, 09:00 AM   #70
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Man you guys are tough on thread starters ! Maybe the guy just got a bad grade on a test, or maybe his supervisor just took his Swindline Stapler, or maybe his wife/girlfriend/boyfriend/children just gave him a hard time and he wasn't thinking clearly. I did smile though because I've been screaming for Tim Tebow for a year now in my circle. It's mainly his intangibles and the fact that he a winner. Plain and simple. Maybe Campbell can do it but it's the fact that so many years in we're still saying maybe. There are more Campbell threads then there are scuffs on my shoes from my train ride in this morning so I'll stop there. But, IF and it's a big if Tim Tebow is here next year then I would be BOOSTED. At least if things went wrong then I'd be kicking myself. But I'm doing that now because I'm about to lose $50 when I could've won $100 for betting on JC.

16 more games and 20 touchdowns to go. C'mon Jason, I believe in you.
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Man you guys are tough on thread starters ! Maybe the guy just got a bad grade on a test, or maybe his supervisor just took his Swindline Stapler, or maybe his wife/girlfriend/boyfriend/children just gave him a hard time and he wasn't thinking clearly. I did smile though because I've been screaming for Tim Tebow for a year now in my circle. It's mainly his intangibles and the fact that he a winner. Plain and simple. Maybe Campbell can do it but it's the fact that so many years in we're still saying maybe. There are more Campbell threads then there are scuffs on my shoes from my train ride in this morning so I'll stop there. But, IF and it's a big if Tim Tebow is here next year then I would be BOOSTED. At least if things went wrong then I'd be kicking myself. But I'm doing that now because I'm about to lose $50 when I could've won $100 for betting on JC.

16 more games and 20 touchdowns to go. C'mon Jason, I believe in you.
If you want quality you have to demand it.

Talking about Tebow after 1 game = retarded.
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Old 09-17-2009, 09:12 AM   #72
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Talking about Tebow after 1 game = retarded.
Id have to agree, and Im not trying to bash anyone. The season is a week old, lets wait until at least wk9-10, and we are struggling before we start talking about next year.
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You can also see all the CFB you want (almost all) anytime on ESPN360.com...ESPNU is great as well though too
Ok Mr. company line. LOL. ESPN360 is cool too, I have been able to catch some of the non-televised Terp games.
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If you want quality you have to demand it.

Talking about Tebow after 1 game = retarded.
Well if you don't demand quality then what do you have ? Jason Campbell staring on Sunday. Bu-bum Ching !

I don't even post sometimes because what I'm thinking make sense once it's typed. If talking about Tebow after one game is retarded then I must be brain dead because that's all i've been talking about since Sunday here at work. That and the hatred laced radio show that Lavar hosts.

The guy just needs to start chasing his liquor or just quit cold turkey.

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Id have to agree, and Im not trying to bash anyone. The season is a week old, lets wait until at least wk9-10, and we are struggling before we start talking about next year.

Why put off to tomorrow what you can do today ?
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