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Old 02-17-2010, 12:52 PM   #76
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Re: ESPN: Clayton Expects Skins to Tender Campbell for a 1st and 3rd

Why do people think Clausen would be a good pick at 4. The dude is a second round caliber QB who will be drafted in the first round because its such a weak QB class. Drafting Clausen at 4 would be the absolute worst possible way to use the pick. At 36, it would be a decent move.
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Re: ESPN: Clayton Expects Skins to Tender Campbell for a 1st and 3rd

We all saw that last year.
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Why do people think Clausen would be a good pick at 4. The dude is a second round caliber QB who will be drafted in the first round because its such a weak QB class. Drafting Clausen at 4 would be the absolute worst possible way to use the pick. At 36, it would be a decent move.
Why do you think he's 2nd round caliber?
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Re: ESPN: Clayton Expects Skins to Tender Campbell for a 1st and 3rd

Some folks in this thread are really undervaluing Campbell. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a big Campbell fan and I'm excited by the idea that we might be moving on at QB. But JC has a career passer rating in the 80's and has a good amount of starting experience. He could start or be a competent backup for many teams. The folks who think he's worth nothing or only worth a 4th round pick are not giving JC his due, even if he is made of wax.

I think the 1st and 3rd tender is an astute personnel move.
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Why do people think Clausen would be a good pick at 4. The dude is a second round caliber QB who will be drafted in the first round because its such a weak QB class. Drafting Clausen at 4 would be the absolute worst possible way to use the pick. At 36, it would be a decent move.
Hes actully worth a first rounder and possibly better than Sam Bradford. He has the quickest zip and good throwing motion along with his mobility in the pocket for a Shanahan type of offense.

3-year WCO type of QB(All pro offense)- and a film rat type of guy. He could very we'll be the guy for our pick with his mobility .
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Why do people think Clausen would be a good pick at 4. The dude is a second round caliber QB who will be drafted in the first round because its such a weak QB class. Drafting Clausen at 4 would be the absolute worst possible way to use the pick. At 36, it would be a decent move.
b/c of what ive seen of him, reading scouting and expert reports, his 20+ tds last year compared to his 4 ints (one of which was a hail mary, another wasnt his fault), his ability to read defenses, his understanding of a pro style offense, etc.

im gonna guess that you dont like clausen, never really gave him an objective evaluation or even evaluated him on your own at all but am just making an uninformed opinion. since mcshay says hes second round you think hes second round?

when people say so-n-so is going to be an unequivocal bust before the combine, draft and actually having that player play a year or two; it really brings into quesiton how that person can come to such an absolute opinion with so little to go by except gut instinct.

like SS asked, why do you think he is a decent 2nd round pick? (itd be a cop out if you just recite what mcshay thinks but that is your right)

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Why do people think Clausen would be a good pick at 4. The dude is a second round caliber QB who will be drafted in the first round because its such a weak QB class. Drafting Clausen at 4 would be the absolute worst possible way to use the pick. At 36, it would be a decent move.
Most folks have Clausen going top 10. Matt McGuire at Walter Football makes the argument for Clausen very strong. McShay is wrong on this one.

WalterFootball.com: The NFL Matt Draft - Matt McGuire's NFL Draft Blog

"First, I am going to tell you why you might not like Clausen......Notre Dame is the most hated football program in America, period. They are the Duke of the gridiron. Automatically, you hate Clausen because he went to Notre Dame, just like you hated J.J. Reddick because he went to Duke. If you want to make an analysis as objective and professional as possible, then you need to cut the crap and get over the Notre Dame hate if you have it - and a lot of that is out there.......

Maybe you don't like Clausen because of the blond, spiky hair, or the limo appearance he had when he was a senior in high school to declare for Notre Dame. These aren't "low profile" characteristics and automatically, you might have disliked him. For whatever reasons you're down on Clausen, please put them in the back seat and have an open mind when reading this blog entry."
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Old 02-17-2010, 01:30 PM   #83
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b/c of what ive seen of him, reading scouting and expert reports, his 20+ tds last year compared to his 4 ints (one of which was a hail mary, another wasnt his fault), his ability to read defenses, his understanding of a pro style offense, etc.

im gonna guess that you dont like clausen, never really gave him an objective evaluation or even evaluated him on your own at all but am just making an uninformed opinion. since maylock says hes second round you think hes second round?

when people say so-n-so is going to be an unequivocal bust before the combine, draft and actually having that player play a year or two; it really brings into quesiton how that person can come to such an absolute opinion with so little to go by except gut instinct.

like SS asked, why do you think he is a decent 2nd round pick? (itd be a cop out if you just recite what maylock thinks but that is your right)
I agree. Only reason people wouldn't want Clausen is manly these two reasons.


-A ND QB(Clausen probably the best QB coming into the draft for a decade) but since he's from ND he's suppose to be a bust....

-He looks ugly and rumor saids hes gay. So basically fans don't want him for this either.
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Some folks in this thread are really undervaluing Campbell. Don't get me wrong, I'm not a big Campbell fan and I'm excited by the idea that we might be moving on at QB. But JC has a career passer rating in the 80's and has a good amount of starting experience. He could start or be a competent backup for many teams. The folks who think he's worth nothing or only worth a 4th round pick are not giving JC his due, even if he is made of wax.

I think the 1st and 3rd tender is an astute personnel move.
For all his starting experience you'd think he'd have even a little pocket presence and feel for the position but he doesnt. I agrre that he could be a decent back up but he's not a starter that will take a team anywhere.
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No way we get a 1st and 3rd for Campbell. It just won't happen. Plus we should keep him anyway because Bradford will be a rookie.
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I've heard the gay rumors about Clausen for a long time now...

Anyway, about JC's passer rating, keep in mind that so many of his throws are screens and little dunk offs....Brunell had a high passer rating in 2006, and he apparantley "sucked"....so take that into consideration.
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I've heard the gay rumors about Clausen for a long time now...
So are you saying he will be better under center than Bradford? just askin.
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No way we get a 1st and 3rd for Campbell. It just won't happen. Plus we should keep him anyway because Bradford will be a rookie.
This talk of contract tender has nothing to do with trade value. If this report is right, we are not trading JC for a 1 and a 3. We are simply offering a contract at that level. Then, if we want to trade him, we can trade him for whatever we want.
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I think he is wrong. If the Redskins tender him like that it would simply be out of respect. They can give him a low level tender and still get a first(must give original pick). Mid level tender would give us a second, which would be good value for Jason.
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Why do people think Clausen would be a good pick at 4. The dude is a second round caliber QB who will be drafted in the first round because its such a weak QB class. Drafting Clausen at 4 would be the absolute worst possible way to use the pick. At 36, it would be a decent move.
Here's another link for you:

Mel Kiper: Jimmy Clausen jumps inside the top 5 in the pre-combine mock - ESPN

You and McShay are in the minority on this one.
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