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Old 01-02-2012, 01:27 AM   #91
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Another guy to watch tomorrow is Cousins from Mich. St.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:27 AM   #92
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There's no questions surrounding Luck, watch the game tomorrow. He will prove why he is highly regarded on the big stage.

Agree sux we cant get him.. ****ing colts
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:28 AM   #93
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Jones or Tannehill? Who's better?

I personally think Jones but only because I've seen him play a bunch
This is what I said about Ponder and Locker last year, and I think it kind of applies to Jones and Tannehill. Just replace Ponder with Jones and Locker with Tannehill

"When I watch Ponder, I see a guy who will be steady and perhaps underappreciated. I'm not sure though he's going to be a factor when a big play is needed. But then with Locker, I see a guy who can totally turn a game around on one play...except he could turn it around the wrong way.

I like Ponder a lot, but there's something really unique about Locker when he's at his best that Ponder can't compare to."

Foles is a bit of a wildcard in my opinion. Like I've said before, I've seen practicing and he's unreal in practice. But he's not the same QB in a game. And I don't know why that is.

I love Kellen Moore but I don't think he's a QB that should be taken in the first 3 rounds and I haven't heard of any Redskins interest in him.

Keep an eye on Chandler Harnish later in the draft.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:29 AM   #94
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Agree sux we cant get him.. ****ing colts
Never say never, you never know what the Colts are going to do.
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Another guy to watch tomorrow is Cousins from Mich. St.
Terrible terrible terrible.
Mich State is my favorite college team and I can't wait for the next QB to start playing.
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Old 01-02-2012, 01:33 AM   #97
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This is what I said about Ponder and Locker last year, and I think it kind of applies to Jones and Tannehill. Just replace Ponder with Jones and Locker with Tannehill

"When I watch Ponder, I see a guy who will be steady and perhaps underappreciated. I'm not sure though he's going to be a factor when a big play is needed. But then with Locker, I see a guy who can totally turn a game around on one play...except he could turn it around the wrong way.

I like Ponder a lot, but there's something really unique about Locker when he's at his best that Ponder can't compare to."


Foles is a bit of a wildcard in my opinion. Like I've said before, I've seen practicing and he's unreal in practice. But he's not the same QB in a game. And I don't know why that is.

I love Kellen Moore but I don't think he's a QB that should be taken in the first 3 rounds and I haven't heard of any Redskins interest in him.

Keep an eye on Chandler Harnish later in the draft.
I actually really like this.

I still think Landry Jones is the best option and should be the only option, once he learns to look for his 3rd options/check downs he's going to be great.
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Dan Marino did. Its not about numbers it about style. Brees is a passer who can elude pressure and extend plays. RGIII is another version of Michael Vick (a runner who is an ok passer) and that doesnt win Super Bowls. Sure RGIII threw for a bunch of yards but in college WRs are open by yards and in the pros its inches so college numbers are often misleading. I'm just not sure about RGIII's accuracy.
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Old 01-02-2012, 02:09 AM   #99
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I'd personally prefer to get Blackmon if RG3 isn't available for an outrageous price, but if Blackmon isn't available I'd like us to trade down and get a good olineman like DeCastro from Stanford or Reiff from Iowa and then make the selection of Kellen Moore in a later round as our future qb. He's so similar to Drew Brees in stature, arm strength, and accuracy it's not even funny and all he does is win.
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I dont want him. He's not a pro style QB and that college style QB doesnt win Super Bowls.
They said the same thing about Newton, and he's breaking records. And not to say Cam isn't really smart, but the experts say RG III is super smart and will master any playbook placed in front of him.

DRAFT HIM!
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Old 01-02-2012, 04:06 AM   #101
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My biggest concern about RG3 seems to have been averted....at least for now.


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Old 01-02-2012, 04:15 AM   #102
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They said the same thing about Newton, and he's breaking records. And not to say Cam isn't really smart, but the experts say RG III is super smart and will master any playbook placed in front of him.

DRAFT HIM!
Do people realize that Cam has 34 TD's against 16 Turnovers? Thats insane.
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Old 01-02-2012, 11:00 AM   #103
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I've been around long enough to get when people are telling me something without directly saying it. And what they've been saying is they like Tannehill.
If they like Tannehill then I need to know the veteran QB that is part of this plan. Any idea? My perception of Tannehill is that he needs more time then the "lets let Rex start the year as the placeholder" strategy. We would need a veteran we can win with next year and there are not many of those available unless they are Flynn believers. I like that they didn't force it on a QB they didn't love but the problem with waiting until draft #3 to get the QB is that a lot of the development time is lost since the pressure to win games starts to ramp up from here on in. Personally, I would be patient enough for Tannehill to develop, just not sure the entire fan base and ultimately Snyder will be.
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Old 01-02-2012, 11:19 AM   #104
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Report: RG3 to enter Draft, Colts interested - CBSSports.com

If the colts draft RGIII number 1 There will be a bidding war for luck at 2.
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I'd personally prefer to get Blackmon if RG3 isn't available for an outrageous price, but if Blackmon isn't available I'd like us to trade down and get a good olineman like DeCastro from Stanford or Reiff from Iowa and then make the selection of Kellen Moore in a later round as our future qb. He's so similar to Drew Brees in stature, arm strength, and accuracy it's not even funny and all he does is win.
I think it would be nice to get someone like Blackmon in the first and then maybe trade up to get Ryan Tannehill. I think that could potentially be a stellar tandem. Tannehill throwing to Blackmon, a healthy Hankerson, and Moss/Gaffney. That sounds like a really strong WR corp to me.
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