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Old 10-28-2009, 10:38 AM   #91
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Since I want to rebuild the o-line first, I would bring in Jeff Garcia and battle it with CB5 for a starting QB while we use the 2010 draft to rebuild the o-line exclusively.

If we had 2 1st picks then I would consider drafting a QB (possibly Bradford/McCoy) with one of those picks.
The problem is that we need a QB that develops with the line. If we just address the line then your talking two years or so then we find a QB and talking another 2 to 3 years and by that time some of those OL contracts will be running out.
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I wouldnt mind seeing us go after Kolb, he has experience in the WCO and did well since his Balt game. If not i just hope we build the Oline in the draft and FA and hell, let CB give it a go as we transition. I dont see a QB worth our picks in the draft, we have bigger issues and JC is gone by his own choice after this season IMO. plus we also need to bring in a RB to take over for CP who has clearly lost his burst.
I bought this up in another thread but I think Smoot said he's under contract until 2010.
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Old 10-28-2009, 10:56 AM   #93
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In an uncapped year Kellen Clemens would not be an unrestricted free agent

People shouldn't read too much into Moore not starting over Delhomme. Delhomme is a veteran with a massive contract, but that doesn't mean Moore can't play. More importantly he probably wouldn't cost too much (well maybe a 5th rounder which for us might be too much). I'm not advocating him, just saying he's a possibility

In the past when I've brought up Tarvaris Jackson, the reaction has been less than encouraging...so I think I'll stop bringing him up

If Shanahan is our guy, Matt Leinart will absolutely be on our radar. If it's Gruden, I don't see it happening
What about bringing in both guys? What about John David Booty? He was one of the top QB's in the country his senior year.
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Old 10-28-2009, 12:47 PM   #94
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You can't pick QBs based on whether you like them or not. JEEZ!!!
I don't know the guy.
What I was trying to say is I like what I saw of him on the field, the limited amount of time he played. He had his ups and downs, but I would like to see more of him and see if he has anything, that is all. There are no guarantees in picking a QB whether it is high or low in the draft or picking up a FA. Guys like Brady in NE prove you do not have to be a high pedigree guy.
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Old 10-28-2009, 12:54 PM   #95
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What about bringing in both guys? What about John David Booty? He was one of the top QB's in the country his senior year.
Both guys?
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Old 10-28-2009, 12:55 PM   #96
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Oh no, tell me you did not say JaMarcus Russell!?!?

Jason Campbell, Ryan Leaf, Akili Smith, not to mention my grandmother are all Hall-of-Famers compared to Russell.

What a bag of crap he is on the field.
Im not really saying I want Russell...far from it...just threwing out any name that came to my head that might be available.
For the record, I want Colt Brennan, and I want to draft Bradford, or if he's taken, Tebow.
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Im not really saying I want Russell...far from it...just threwing out any name that came to my head that might be available.
For the record, I want Colt Brennan, and I want to draft Bradford, or if he's taken, Tebow.
In terms of veterans, I like the idea of getting Bulger. He's on a horrible team, but the man has talent.
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Old 10-28-2009, 01:27 PM   #98
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every analyst this year has said that

So might it therefore be worth keeping Campbell, at least while we continue to groom a new QB?
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Old 10-28-2009, 01:31 PM   #99
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In terms of veterans, I like the idea of getting Bulger. He's on a horrible team, but the man has talent.
His age doesn't concern you? Shouldn't we go younger than that?
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Old 10-28-2009, 01:34 PM   #100
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Build a Badass O-line, and keep Campbell until you can draft an equally Badass qb. Campbell may well prove.....serviceable behind a great line.
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:30 PM   #101
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So who will be your poison?
It fitting that you choose the word poison because drafting a QB with an early round draft pick is a mistake in my opinion.

We need our top picks for OL.

But i'll stick with your OP though....

If the Skins must draft a QB i would hope that Tebow/McCoy falls into the 2-3rd rounds.
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:40 PM   #102
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Depending on who the coach is, there's a chance JC stays. Just saying.
Agreed. He's playing extremely well CONSIDERING he has zero protection and is running for his life. Heck, he doesn't even have a center that can snap the ball properly...no QB could succeed with this line, or lack of one.

I think he has showed a lot of progress and even leadership, but no captain can save a sinking ship...he can only hope to keep it above water as long as possible. Look at the second half drives against Philly, with Campbell obviously hurting (ankle) from taking so many shots. He put together some great drives that would have resulted in 2 TDs and an impressive comeback if Rabach wasn't such a...

I want Campbell back with a built-up line and new coach. I believe he'll do extremely well. Our top pick must be used on the best tackle in the nation.
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:46 PM   #103
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ewww, i disagree... im thinking he might be a great fit.. at least he can outrun the rush we see every attempt! just my opinion... bring on tebow!! thats my .02
If we waste our 1st round pick on a QB, especially Tebow, he'll need to be able to run for his life after another year of neglecting the line in the draft.
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In terms of veterans, I like the idea of getting Bulger. He's on a horrible team, but the man has talent.
You could just replace "Bulger" with "Campbell" and the argument fits just as well.

We'd still have to fix the obvious issues with the offense before you could sap one ounce of Bulgers talent, and at that point, you're still not getting anything you wouldn't have with Campbell.
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Agreed. He's playing extremely well CONSIDERING he has zero protection and is running for his life. Heck, he doesn't even have a center that can snap the ball properly...no QB could succeed with this line, or lack of one.

I think he has showed a lot of progress and even leadership, but no captain can save a sinking ship...he can only hope to keep it above water as long as possible. Look at the second half drives against Philly, with Campbell obviously hurting (ankle) from taking so many shots. He put together some great drives that would have resulted in 2 TDs and an impressive comeback if Rabach wasn't such a...

I want Campbell back with a built-up line and new coach. I believe he'll do extremely well. Our top pick must be used on the best tackle in the nation.
This is what I've been saying and makes the most sense. Do people want some inexperience backup to run the team? I don't, I rather take my chances rebuilding the line and see how Campbell performs under it. This would only happens if Campbell wants to return after all the crap he's been thrown at.
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