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Old 12-12-2011, 11:37 PM   #541
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Gruden said Rams should look hard at RG3 and JAWS Lol'd at him basically
Then if the rams listen to Gruden and do that, they should trade Bradford to the Skins.
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then if the rams listen to gruden and do that, they should trade bradford to the skins.

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Then if the rams listen to Gruden and do that, they should trade Bradford to the Skins.
Let's fire up the "Chucky to St. Louis" bandwagon. LOL.
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Agreed.

Heard Gruden saying tonight that he really likes RGIII and him and Jaws had their stupid argument over him and bradford.

I've been hearing a lot of Us and Tannehill. I must say if we get Tannehill I will not be a happy camper, because he's very undeveloped and raw.
I'm torn on this one...I really don't want a QB project. I want us to get a guy that hopefully can come in and contribute like Dalton has this past season. But I also would HATE to see freaking MS saying at the end of next season that the QB they picked could not fit into their system (a la McNabb).
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The Rams who are so thin at talent, could be tempted to trade with the Browns who have 2 1st rounders and want Barkley badly.
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The Rams who are so thin at talent, could be tempted to trade with the Browns who have 2 1st rounders and want Barkley badly.
Yeah, outside of Bradford...and maybe Jackson, their offense is terrible. I'm sure they need help on defense too.
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Yeah, outside of Bradford...and maybe Jackson, their offense is terrible. I'm sure they need help on defense too.
Brandon Lloyd is pretty good.
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Very true about the Rams. I mean their picking second overall I don't see them moving. Also as we all know Matt Barkley and Matt Kalil are linked together as a 'package' here is the most recent article regarding Kalil.
NFL.com news: USC's Kalil says he hasn't decided on his playing future

If if comes down to picks and talent, I could definitely see Cleveland trying to trade with St. Louis. Its just a matter of if we have something to offer St. Louis and what we're willing to give up.
Cleveland desperately needs a QB. And they've seen how a good QB has completely changed the Bengals. If they don't want to continue to be the bottom dwellers of the AFC North, they should be talking to the Rams or whoever picks after the Colts and trade up to get that franchise QB.
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I'm torn on this one...I really don't want a QB project. I want us to get a guy that hopefully can come in and contribute like Dalton has this past season.
I'm curious as to why you consider Tannehill be a 'project' or a 'raw' QB?
Inexperience?

He'll have more snaps played then Cam Newton and Mark Sanchez both of whom were day 1 starters.

In fact Tanneyhill is more of a direct system fit for this team then any QB in the draft.

And to a certain extent every QB is a project.
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The more I watch of Weeden he could be this years Andy Dalton.
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I'm curious as to why you consider Tannehill be a 'project' or a 'raw' QB?
Inexperience?

He'll have more snaps played then Cam Newton and Mark Sanchez both of whom were day 1 starters.

In fact Tanneyhill is more of a direct system fit for this team then a QB in the draft.

And to a certain extent every QB is a project.
Cam Newton's physical skills are off the charts though. Like I said if Tannehill is the guy they really want then he better be great because if Shanny passes on Matt Barkley and Robert Griffin III with both of them on the board it will take all my energy not to snipe Shanny COD style because I think they both will be special.
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The more I watch of Weeden he could be this years Andy Dalton.
The more I watch of Weeden the more I think he could be this years Chris Weinke.
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He's 59 and can't win any games?
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Everyone is talking about Andy daltons impact on the bengals well numbers wise he's not even close to cam newton, difference is Cincy has a crazy good D this year and a easy schedule
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Everyone is talking about Andy daltons impact on the bengals well numbers wise he's not even close to cam newton, difference is Cincy has a crazy good D this year and a easy schedule
10 straight games with a TD pass as a rookie is still pretty sick.
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