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Old 01-08-2010, 09:02 PM   #76
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Yeah i dont understand the logic of completely ignoring Brennan.
Brennan could be cut, unless shanny thinks colt can succeed i think he is gone.
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Old 01-08-2010, 09:45 PM   #77
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Brennan could be cut, unless shanny thinks colt can succeed i think he is gone.
I guess if there is a qb that Shanny is sold on and he has already dismissed Brennan. Just from the site it seems Brennan is already an afterthought.
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You know I said something similar to my Brother yesterday. I told him I looked at Elway's career stats and they're not that impressive. And you what he told me? "Yeah, but what was his 4th Quarter stats when the game is on the line?"

At that point I had to concede.
Lol, maybe he had to play so well in the fourth quarter because he sucked for the first 3.
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Old 01-09-2010, 03:06 AM   #79
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Re: Campbell will compete with a rookie next yr.

Shanahan has barely been here and there's not a lot of tape to look at on Colt; I wouldn't say he's dismissed him nor likes him. I think that it'll actually take until he gets to work with him that he or we know anything.
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according to shefter and mort on espn gameday this morning they both think campbell will be here for atleast a year but did not rule out drafting bradford, i hope we get okung though
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Old 01-28-2010, 08:07 PM   #81
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ESPN Insider, Adam Schefter reported this morning on the Mike and Mike show that Jason Campbell will remain with the Washington Redskins for the 2010 season. Word of advice for Redskin fans Schefter was Shanahan’s guy when he worked with the Denver Post and covered the Broncos so this is pretty solid info. Schefter went on to say that the Redskins will still draft a QB within the first two rounds which means they are not entirely set to draft a QB at the 4 spot. This will be great news for the Redskins fans that want offensive linemen to be the focus of the draft. I believe it means that the Redskins are keeping their options open. That is a good thing.

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Old 01-28-2010, 09:05 PM   #82
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Forget McCoy. Use the first two rounds for the line. Round 3 you have a decent shot and Lefevour, Stull, Pike, Kafka, Sheehan, and Canfield. That isn't even the complete list of the really nice crop of Qbs coming out this year. With the exception of Manning and Aikmen, and McNabb in say the past 15-20 years, how many of the hot QB prospects have worked out? Favre didn't receive the adulation from the CFB media as Tebow or McCoy have, neither did Brees or Rivers. All 3(Favre, Rivers, Brees) were highly regarded, but did not receive the huge hype like Leinart or Harrington, Carr, etc. Even Jamarcus Russell was overhyped. These guys looked like superstars since they were on loaded teams. I want a guy that can make things happen if the talent isn't necessarily available or more to the point not stellar.
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Forget McCoy. Use the first two rounds for the line. Round 3 you have a decent shot and Lefevour, Stull, Pike, Kafka, Sheehan, and Canfield. That isn't even the complete list of the really nice crop of Qbs coming out this year. With the exception of Manning and Aikmen, and McNabb in say the past 15-20 years, how many of the hot QB prospects have worked out? Favre didn't receive the adulation from the CFB media as Tebow or McCoy have, neither did Brees or Rivers. All 3(Favre, Rivers, Brees) were highly regarded, but did not receive the huge hype like Leinart or Harrington, Carr, etc. Even Jamarcus Russell was overhyped. These guys looked like superstars since they were on loaded teams. I want a guy that can make things happen if the talent isn't necessarily available or more to the point not stellar.

we dont have a 3rd round pick and Rivers was a high draft pick, so he was hyped up before the draft.
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Old 01-28-2010, 09:12 PM   #84
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Why draft a QB when Manning and Brady will both be free agents after the 2010 season.
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For what it's worth Jay Cutler started five games during his rookie year, though I must admit I don't know the circumstances surrounding those starts.
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Why draft a QB when Manning and Brady will both be free agents after the 2010 season.
Your Joking RIGHT????
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Old 01-28-2010, 09:39 PM   #87
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Your Joking RIGHT????
Well there contracts are up but I highly doubt that they become free agents.
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For what it's worth Jay Cutler started five games during his rookie year, though I must admit I don't know the circumstances surrounding those starts.
The Broncos were in the lead in a playoff race and then the team collapsed and lost three December games to miss the postseason.

Or was that 07?

Or 08?

Or 09?
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The Broncos were in the lead in a playoff race and then the team collapsed and lost three December games to miss the postseason.

Or was that 07?

Or 08?

Or 09?
Dude don't scare me like that. Ironically that bad year for them matched our second best year this decade (9-7). I guess this little blurb will give some insight. Apparently the Bronoc's missed the playoffs that year because they lost to San Fran in overtime. The Bronco's were 7-4 when the switch was made so don't think Shanahan won't pull Campbell.

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Denver might have made a switch at the QB position, but at the end of the day, the results were very similar. Rookie QB Jay Cutler (right) struggled mightily in his first start. Plummer had his own struggles, too, but the difference was that the majority of his bad starts included a victory. Behind the scenes, the Denver coaching staff was telling anyone who would listen about how much the QB change would help. They were talking about how they would now be able to open up their offense. In Cutler's defense, it was the first start of his career, but the offense looked just about the same. Denver was able to run the ball and struggled to throw it, which is the same problem they have been fighting all season. This was a real nice win for Seattle. Despite still having some struggles on the defensive side of the ball, they were able to force five turnovers and add a defensive TD. That was difference for Seattle in this football game.
The next week: Chargers 48 Denver 20
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But Cutler, looking more poised than in his debut a week earlier, threw touchdown passes of 28 and 11 yards to rookie tight end Tony Scheffler in a span of 48 seconds in the third quarter. The second TD came three plays after Chargers rookie Antonio Cromartie fumbled on a kickoff return after being hit by Patrick Chukwurah, with Denver's Louis Green recovering at the San Diego 27.
After that: Denver 37 Arizona 20
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The big story coming into this game was the battle of rookie QBs Jay Cutler (right) and Matt Leinart. Leinart had been playing better, but it was Cutler who got the job done on this day.
Coach Mike Shanahan has done a good job of trimming down the offense in the past two weeks and that has made Cutler's job a lot easier. He is quicker with his reads and making better decisions with the ball.

The other big factor in this game was the play of the Denver defense. The unit had become very vanilla in recent weeks, but defensive coordinator Larry Coyer did a good job of mixing his blitz packages and coverages in the back end to confuse Leinart and ground the Arizona offense.
Week 16: Denver 24 Cincinatti 23
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Week 17: Denver 23 San Fran 26 OT
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The Broncos sent the game into overtime when Cutler, who was knocked woozy and sidelined by a hard hit in the first half, drove his team 80 yards in 10 plays and threw a fastball to fellow rookie Tony Scheffler for a 9-yard TD with 90 seconds left in regulation.

"I was a little dinged up. My head was swimming a little bit," Cutler said. "But I was fine in the second half."

After Champ Bailey returned his league-leading 10th interception 70 yards for a touchdown and a 13-0 lead, the Niners responded with 17 straight points, capped by Walt Harris's 28-yard interception return for a touchdown.
Harris, who had three takeaways, also picked off Jake Plummer, who came in after Anthony Adams' hard hit sent Cutler to the sideline in the second quarter. Plummer, who was benched five weeks ago, also committed a false start.

Cutler looked woozy upon his return after halftime and made several bad decisions and poor throws and even burned all of Denver's three timeouts on one third-quarter drive.
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Forget McCoy. Use the first two rounds for the line. Round 3 you have a decent shot and Lefevour, Stull, Pike, Kafka, Sheehan, and Canfield. That isn't even the complete list of the really nice crop of Qbs coming out this year.
If Colt McCoy falls to the 2nd or 3rd round i would draft him in a heartbeat.
I would pick any of those other guys until the 4th round because they're all developmental QBs and in that case i would target Jarrett Brown.

McCoy and Tebow get 'hyped' as a by product of the sport crazy media age we live in and the fact that they've both have alot of success and have been playing college football on the big stage for 3-4 years.
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