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Old 10-18-2009, 05:50 PM   #31
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Ah, the Snyder bandwagon. I'm on the "draft a fucking lineman" bandwagon.
Save a seat for me on the DAFL bandwagon too!!!
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Eff a QB. Draft an offensive line!

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Old 10-18-2009, 10:15 PM   #33
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These QBs are system guys on NCAA powerhouse squads. They are mostly built on hype, as they are surrounded with loads of talent. SHoot it would be hard for Teebow not to look great when your team is averaging over 300 yards rushing a game. That is one helluva line in Gainsesville, same with Bradford in Norman. Do you really want to draft a guy with a bum shoulder anyway? As for Clausen and Notre Dame? I wouldn't touch a ND QB for the life of me. They play a couple decent teams a year and that is it. Not saying ND stinks, but they would be a 4-6 loss team if they were in the SEC, PAC 10, or Big 12. The guys you draft are like the Bradys, McNabbs, Flaccos, and Ryans. The guys that are very good in college, but don't garner the ridiculous amount of coverage in the media.
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And with the right coaching, I think Rusty Smith could be a sleeper as well
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Old 10-18-2009, 10:22 PM   #34
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These QBs are system guys on NCAA powerhouse squads. They are mostly built on hype, as they are surrounded with loads of talent. SHoot it would be hard for Teebow not to look great when your team is averaging over 300 yards rushing a game. That is one helluva line in Gainsesville, same with Bradford in Norman. Do you really want to draft a guy with a bum shoulder anyway? As for Clausen and Notre Dame? I wouldn't touch a ND QB for the life of me. They play a couple decent teams a year and that is it. Not saying ND stinks, but they would be a 4-6 loss team if they were in the SEC, PAC 10, or Big 12. The guys you draft are like the Bradys, McNabbs, Flaccos, and Ryans. The guys that are very good in college, but don't garner the ridiculous amount of coverage in the media.
Wasn't Joey T a ND QB?
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Old 10-18-2009, 10:24 PM   #35
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I dont like either of these guys. Get a OT, we will be in the top 5 picks so he should be a beast.
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Old 10-18-2009, 10:28 PM   #36
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Tony Pauline: Top '10 draft prospects on offense - 09.03.09 - SI Vault

And with the right coaching, I think Rusty Smith could be a sleeper as well
Do you think Skelton would slide to the second round?
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Wasn't Joey T a ND QB?
yes, he was second string behind Montana
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Wasn't Joey T a ND QB?

Joey T was a ND QB when ND was a true powerhouse. After they canned Devine as HC they went downhill. Lou Holtz brought them back, but the idiots canned him also and it has really been downhill ever since. The teams ND played perenially like Michigan, Mich St, Pittsburgh, the academies were all strong or respectable opponents back then. Now that group is not so hot. Weiss is a decent coach, but playing shitty opponents doesn't impress me. The Big Ten is weak this year. Iowa and Penn State are the front runners now. MIch and OSU are flawed and would be 4-6 loss teams in the SEC or Big 12.
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Both of those jokers were terrible. We need a tackle not a crapshoot.
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WE need a young and healthy O line damn it!!!!!!! Bradford has bust written all over him. McCoy might be servicable, but he will be like his predecessor, an over hyped bust.
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I say we load up on O lineman this year, then Ryan Mallett next year, we will probably be back at the top of the draft again in 2011 anyway..Cause this mess is not going to be an easy fix.
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Ah, the Snyder bandwagon. I'm on the "draft a fucking lineman" bandwagon.
Got room for one more? Russell Okung of Oklahoma State would be a good place to start.
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We don't need to spend a high draft pick on a QB. Lets start on the O-Line and a late round pick on a up and coming RB to replace Portis. We can also sign a free agent QB or keep both Collins and JC for 1 more season.
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You guys think JC would sign a 1 yr deal? noway. im sure he has had enough of the Skins at this point.
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I was listening to the game (It was on the house, I'm not into college sports) and I kept hearing something about Bradford re-injuring his shoulder. Shouldn't that be red flags to NOT draft this kid? A few years taking shots in at the pro level and that dude's career is done.
If it heals like Drew Brees' shoulder, I'd take him
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