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Old 05-27-2008, 11:51 AM   #61
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On a postive note, the front office got this guy in the 6th round & they have an opening for the #3 qb spot, nothing more. It's an ideal scenario to determine whether or not he has enough upside to keep around & groom to be the #2 qb in 2010.

If he does nothing more than simply make the team, you still have to look at this as another example of how important it is to keep draft picks & have the flexibility to take some inexpensive chances on players in the late rounds.
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Old 05-27-2008, 12:16 PM   #62
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Old 05-27-2008, 07:43 PM   #63
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Hey guys, I'm new to the forum but i am one of Colt's biggest fans and felt the need to defend him.

Yes, he played at Hawaii in a weak conference in a very pass-heavy offense. And yes, this gave him an opportunity to throw more touchdown passes than other QBs who throw the ball less, but look at his other stats. He had about a 70% completion percentage over his career and his efficiency ratings were off the charts. These are stats that can't be inflated by the number of passes he threw and you have to be incredibly accurate to attain those stats, no matter who you're playing.

Also, people are quick to forget Hawaii's games against teams like Wisconsin, USC, Arizona State, Alabama, Purdue and Oregon State. His numbers were very impressive in those games and very similar to the ones he put up against WAC teams.

Clearly I'm biased (you could probably even call it a man crush...) but I strongly believe that Jim Zorn is the guy who can develop Colt into a big-time player. He is just thankful to have a shot in the NFL and is going to work his ass off for you guys.
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Old 05-27-2008, 09:29 PM   #64
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i think maybe he should make the final roster before we start calling him the next montana... just maybe...
I think they're planning on letting him make the roster no matter what. You don't charge $75 for a rookie replica jersey in your team shop if you're not sure that the guy will make the team. Plus with all the hoopla surrounding Brennan as well Cerrato going on record during the draft to talk about how much they like him, I doubt that the front office releases him short of Colt commiting a double homicide.
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Old 05-27-2008, 10:01 PM   #65
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Hey guys, I'm new to the forum but i am one of Colt's biggest fans and felt the need to defend him.

Yes, he played at Hawaii in a weak conference in a very pass-heavy offense. And yes, this gave him an opportunity to throw more touchdown passes than other QBs who throw the ball less, but look at his other stats. He had about a 70% completion percentage over his career and his efficiency ratings were off the charts. These are stats that can't be inflated by the number of passes he threw and you have to be incredibly accurate to attain those stats, no matter who you're playing.

Also, people are quick to forget Hawaii's games against teams like Wisconsin, USC, Arizona State, Alabama, Purdue and Oregon State. His numbers were very impressive in those games and very similar to the ones he put up against WAC teams.

Clearly I'm biased (you could probably even call it a man crush...) but I strongly believe that Jim Zorn is the guy who can develop Colt into a big-time player. He is just thankful to have a shot in the NFL and is going to work his ass off for you guys.
Welcome to the board. Good points. Great username!
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Old 05-27-2008, 10:34 PM   #66
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Hey guys, I'm new to the forum but i am one of Colt's biggest fans and felt the need to defend him.

Yes, he played at Hawaii in a weak conference in a very pass-heavy offense. And yes, this gave him an opportunity to throw more touchdown passes than other QBs who throw the ball less, but look at his other stats. He had about a 70% completion percentage over his career and his efficiency ratings were off the charts. These are stats that can't be inflated by the number of passes he threw and you have to be incredibly accurate to attain those stats, no matter who you're playing.

Also, people are quick to forget Hawaii's games against teams like Wisconsin, USC, Arizona State, Alabama, Purdue and Oregon State. His numbers were very impressive in those games and very similar to the ones he put up against WAC teams.

Clearly I'm biased (you could probably even call it a man crush...) but I strongly believe that Jim Zorn is the guy who can develop Colt into a big-time player. He is just thankful to have a shot in the NFL and is going to work his ass off for you guys.
Great post.
As I have stated in several posts, I have watched Colt, this kid has something special. I do not agree he's NFL ready, but how many qb's are out of college? I thought Hasslebeck was a terrible qb at BC, and thought no way he'd be a good qb. The fact that he is, means Zorn did one hell of a job. I have faith that if anyone will turn this kid into an NFL product, it will be Zorn.
I am looking for a Brennan authentic, or at least a replithentic...does anyone know where I could get one? (no replica's for me)
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Old 05-28-2008, 12:06 AM   #67
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Great post.
As I have stated in several posts, I have watched Colt, this kid has something special. I do not agree he's NFL ready, but how many qb's are out of college? I thought Hasslebeck was a terrible qb at BC, and thought no way he'd be a good qb. The fact that he is, means Zorn did one hell of a job. I have faith that if anyone will turn this kid into an NFL product, it will be Zorn.
I am looking for a Brennan authentic, or at least a replithentic...does anyone know where I could get one? (no replica's for me)
Thanks for the warm welcome. And I totally agree on the Zorn thing. As far as the jersey goes, are the customizable ones at nflshop.com what you're looking for?
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Old 05-28-2008, 06:30 PM   #68
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Thanks for the warm welcome. And I totally agree on the Zorn thing. As far as the jersey goes, are the customizable ones at nflshop.com what you're looking for?
Those numbers are screened on though right? I am looking for sewn on name and numbers.
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