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Old 09-25-2009, 11:20 PM   #76
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I like Ryan Mallett Arkansas , the guy has a serious arm and deadly accurate and around 6-foot-7, unfortunately just a sophomore though..
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Old 09-26-2009, 09:23 AM   #77
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In other words: Campbell is to winning as irish is to logic?
I am mostly logical. JC is mostly an ineffective QB no matter what the completion % and interception rates say.
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Old 09-26-2009, 09:26 AM   #78
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I know we will get one of the big 3 QB's coming out. Bradford probably more NFL ready by running an NFL style offense. Danny will not let that get away (ala Sanchez). he will give up what ever is needed to get him. Unless for some ungodly reason he loves Timmy T and gets him at our pick on 2nd round.

I sure hope that isn't the case...i just dont think Timmy T is going to translate into an NFL QB.
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Old 09-26-2009, 12:10 PM   #79
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I am mostly logical. JC is mostly an ineffective QB no matter what the completion % and interception rates say.
Well, yeah, but without SC's contributions in this thread, there's been no logic, just a lot of, "nyah, nyah, I can't hear you!" Nobody really cares who you find to be a winner and who you find not to be.
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I know we will get one of the big 3 QB's coming out. Bradford probably more NFL ready by running an NFL style offense. Danny will not let that get away (ala Sanchez). he will give up what ever is needed to get him. Unless for some ungodly reason he loves Timmy T and gets him at our pick on 2nd round.

I sure hope that isn't the case...i just dont think Timmy T is going to translate into an NFL QB.
Like I said before all that running Tebow is doing will not happen in the NFL. Ray Lewis, Pat Willis & others that play linebacker will welcome him to the NFL quickly. If Randle El could not make it as a QB in the NFL neither will Tebow. If you take away Percy Harvin, Louis Murphy, Will Demps & Brandon James during his college career he is not that effective he averages between 95-110 passing yards per game.
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Old 09-26-2009, 01:39 PM   #81
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I know we will get one of the big 3 QB's coming out. Bradford probably more NFL ready by running an NFL style offense. Danny will not let that get away (ala Sanchez). he will give up what ever is needed to get him. Unless for some ungodly reason he loves Timmy T and gets him at our pick on 2nd round.

I sure hope that isn't the case...i just dont think Timmy T is going to translate into an NFL QB.
I agree about Tebow.

I hope that we don't get one of the top 3 QB's. Instead, I'd rather get one of the top O-linemen or one of the top halfbacks.
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Old 09-26-2009, 02:12 PM   #82
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I'm just going to throw Jimmy Clausen into this "arms" race we are discussing.
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Old 09-29-2009, 02:28 AM   #83
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if we get gruden...which I hear we are interested...you better believe gruden wants tebow.

gruden ... "Tim Tebow is 245 lbs of concrete cyanice"

book it
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GTRIPP needs to get a grip. Campbell sucks, analysis that
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I agree about Tebow.

I hope that we don't get one of the top 3 QB's. Instead, I'd rather get one of the top O-linemen or one of the top halfbacks.
Agreed about the top offensive lineman. People here bitch and whine about Snyder and Cerrato, and then they turn around and post that they'd take a QB with the first round pick just like Snyder and Cerrato would.

We need offensive linemen, linebackers, and a runningback, that's should be the other of priority when it comes to the draft.
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GTRIPP needs to get a grip. Campbell sucks, analysis that
Without having GTripp's smarts, my analysis tells me that you are corny and can't spell.
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I hope we get an offensive tackle.
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I hope we get an offensive tackle.
Ciron Black comes to mind
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Old 09-30-2009, 03:00 AM   #89
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OLs and LBs. If JC is not here we need to find a QB in free agency. Because if we get a rookie. We will run him out of here in the second year if he is not a pro bowler..lol
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I think you can also have a really, really good debate on whether Campbell can blossom into a GREAT quarterback, or if the end game for him is simply a little bit better than he already is. Maybe that's the one we are already having. I'd conditionally agree that if Campbell doesn't have great anticipatory ability, he probably can't be more than a one or two time pro bowler at best.

Aaron Brooks also never had any sort of anticipatory ability, but that's just the thing: once his personnel went through a minor overhaul and once the league got some film on him, he stopped producing. I think we can all agree that Campbell is not another Aaron Brooks, but I still have to question the assertion that either Garrard or Leftwich can't get it done in this league.

Leftwich has a very measurable deficiency: he's never going to play 16 games in a season. Garrard's in a pretty similar situation to Campbell in that, you can look at the people on the offense around him and wonder exactly how that 2007 season happened.

I think this season will tell us a lot about Campbell, and I'll just suggest that what you want to know about him probably could be measured statistically, and fairly easily I would suggest, although sample size will be an issue.
Is it me or am I seeing a trend with these QB comparisons?? Maybe more telling than not. I don't mean that in a good way. Besides that. I think the thing that needs to be said is there is a grey area. Campbell is productive but not a great QB. I do think the difference is manipulating the defenses. The little nuances like looking off the safety. Pump faking. Being able to call audibles or having permission to call audibles. Knowing when to run and when to hang in there. I really think he will blossom. I think its the attention to detail is lacking. But the play calling and inconsistencies in the coaching staff doesn't help. I have been a staunch JC supporter. But if he doesn't prove himself at the end of the season he will be gone. for the simple reason his contract is up. If not we would sign someone and keep him as a backup.
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