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Old 03-14-2008, 04:54 PM   #61
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Have you been watching the same Colt Brennan that I have. His arm isn't that puny.
Did you see some of his terrible throws in Senior Bowl, there was this one go route and he just kept holding the ball and when he released if fell about 10-20 yards behind the wide reciever, that was just one of his bad throws, and also there was nobody even getting close to sacking or pressuring him.
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Old 03-15-2008, 02:53 AM   #63
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Maybe we'll just roll with 2 QBs and save the extra roster spot for another position.
Alot of teams use 2 QB then have an emergency QB to save a roster spot.
We could have Randle El as the emergency QB.
Seriously!
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Alot of teams use 2 QB then have an emergency QB to save a roster spot.
We could have Randle El as the emergency QB.
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I think that they definitely make El the emergency QB, and maybe we could stock up with some vet LB, CB, or a safety.
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Did you see some of his terrible throws in Senior Bowl, there was this one go route and he just kept holding the ball and when he released if fell about 10-20 yards behind the wide reciever, that was just one of his bad throws, and also there was nobody even getting close to sacking or pressuring him.

I would call that inexperience with those recievers and waiting too long to launch it. It could have also just been a bad throw, but his arm isn't that bad.
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Old 03-17-2008, 09:14 AM   #67
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Dixon, Woodsen, and Brennan all three were great QB's at thier respected schools in thier own respected divisions. Woodsen and Brennan both came from very weak divisions and when faced with teams that were "good", they folded like card tables. All three are undersized, lack awareness, and do not come close to having the caliber of talent needed to be a starter in the NFL. There are certain people on this site who think that we can draft one of these three and put them under JC and an inexperienced in the WCO Todd Collins and when the stakes are high, a Tom Brady will emerge to save the day, and our future. Well people, this is a great dream to have, but not one of the three named will even crack a starting lineup in the NFL. They were all great QBs in the college level and should be commended for that. To whomever takes the chance on any of these guys I wish the best of luck but as a fan of the Skins, I hope we stray away from them. We need veteran depth and someone who has played in the WCO on the NFL level. The only time we should be drafting a QB is when we know JC is not going to work and he can help develop a solid rookie who has shown the durability and fundemental skills needed to make it in the NFL.

P.S. Did anyone see Dixon in Richmond when he played for the Braves minor league team? If he does not succeed in the NFL, he will make it in the MLB IMO.
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I wouldn't even be mad if they did bring Ramsey back.

He never got a fair shake here in DC.
Or New York, or Denver or ....

Okay, sorry, I was just stirring the pot. Hey, it's the offseason and it seemed to me taht we were running low on our Ramsey, Arrington quotient.
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Dixon, Woodsen, and Brennan all three were great QB's at thier respected schools in thier own respected divisions. Woodsen and Brennan both came from very weak divisions and when faced with teams that were "good", they folded like card tables. All three are undersized, lack awareness, and do not come close to having the caliber of talent needed to be a starter in the NFL. There are certain people on this site who think that we can draft one of these three and put them under JC and an inexperienced in the WCO Todd Collins and when the stakes are high, a Tom Brady will emerge to save the day, and our future. Well people, this is a great dream to have, but not one of the three named will even crack a starting lineup in the NFL. They were all great QBs in the college level and should be commended for that. To whomever takes the chance on any of these guys I wish the best of luck but as a fan of the Skins, I hope we stray away from them. We need veteran depth and someone who has played in the WCO on the NFL level. The only time we should be drafting a QB is when we know JC is not going to work and he can help develop a solid rookie who has shown the durability and fundemental skills needed to make it in the NFL.

P.S. Did anyone see Dixon in Richmond when he played for the Braves minor league team? If he does not succeed in the NFL, he will make it in the MLB IMO.
How is Andre Woodson undersized, he is 6'5 225lbs, same as JC here is a link of Positives, negatives,and compares to of Andre :NFL Events: Combine Player Profiles - Andre' Woodson
LOL, it say's he's compared to JC at the bottom, just like I said before.

As for Dennis Dixon he's not really undersized he just needs to bulk up a bit, he's 6'4 205lbs, heres his combine analysis thing:NFL Events: Combine Player Profiles - Dennis Dixon, it says he compares to Warren Moon.
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okay, you got me on undersized... but JC played at AUBURN and was UNDEFEATED there. Woodson played for KENTUCKY! He was in a weak conference and is in no way ready for the NFL. You can look at what the "experts" say all day long but what I am saying is based solely on my opinion. Taking a chance on a slightly bright diamond in a HUGE rough is just too risky for me. As far as Dixon goes... Warren Moon? HA!!! now that is funny. He has the physical ability but again lacks the fundementals, and more importantly the durability needed to make it in the NFL. The "experts" can say all day that he in the next Warren Moon, or that Homo in the next Favre, or that Pat Ramsey is the next Terry Bradshaw, or blah blah blah blah..... Dennis Dixon in the next Dennis Dixon plain and simple. If he turns out to be good, I hope you let me know but until then I am sticking to what I have determined based upon what I have seen in the NCAA.
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okay, you got me on undersized... but JC played at AUBURN and was UNDEFEATED there. Woodson played for KENTUCKY! He was in a weak conference and is in no way ready for the NFL. You can look at what the "experts" say all day long but what I am saying is based solely on my opinion. Taking a chance on a slightly bright diamond in a HUGE rough is just too risky for me. As far as Dixon goes... Warren Moon? HA!!! now that is funny. He has the physical ability but again lacks the fundementals, and more importantly the durability needed to make it in the NFL. The "experts" can say all day that he in the next Warren Moon, or that Homo in the next Favre, or that Pat Ramsey is the next Terry Bradshaw, or blah blah blah blah..... Dennis Dixon in the next Dennis Dixon plain and simple. If he turns out to be good, I hope you let me know but until then I am sticking to what I have determined based upon what I have seen in the NCAA.
You do know Kentucky is in the SEC the toughest conference in the NCAA the same as Auburn, LSU, Alabama, Florida & Arkansas right?
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Oh, you mean THAT Kentucky??? I thought you meant the other one. lol.....

Still, they fizzled late and I am still not a believer in Woodsen in the NFL.
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okay, you got me on undersized... but JC played at AUBURN and was UNDEFEATED there. Woodson played for KENTUCKY! He was in a weak conference and is in no way ready for the NFL. You can look at what the "experts" say all day long but what I am saying is based solely on my opinion. Taking a chance on a slightly bright diamond in a HUGE rough is just too risky for me. As far as Dixon goes... Warren Moon? HA!!! now that is funny. He has the physical ability but again lacks the fundementals, and more importantly the durability needed to make it in the NFL. The "experts" can say all day that he in the next Warren Moon, or that Homo in the next Favre, or that Pat Ramsey is the next Terry Bradshaw, or blah blah blah blah..... Dennis Dixon in the next Dennis Dixon plain and simple. If he turns out to be good, I hope you let me know but until then I am sticking to what I have determined based upon what I have seen in the NCAA.
Um, I just wanted to point out that you were wrong on the undersized thing, not make you flip out and right with a bunch of caps stuff.
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Oh, you mean THAT Kentucky??? I thought you meant the other one. lol.....

Still, they fizzled late and I am still not a believer in Woodsen in the NFL.
What other Kentucky?
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What other Kentucky?

that was me putting my foot in my mouth...
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