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Old 02-07-2012, 03:39 PM   #31
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Re: QB Apocalypse: The Seventh Sign

It's the Mark Sanchez part that is worrying me.....
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:39 PM   #32
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SS,....that is awsome!How long did it take you?
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diez y ocho por favor (#18 please)
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Old 02-07-2012, 03:45 PM   #34
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SS,....that is awsome!How long did it take you?
Less than a minute
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Old 02-07-2012, 05:25 PM   #35
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I Ran Into Jim Haslett and We Talked QB Draft - Hogs Haven

Interesting QB discussion with Jim Haslett. Seems to confirm much of what Smoot has been saying. On a side note, JH is a massive blabbermouth. You'd think that would be pretty confidential stuff...
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Old 02-07-2012, 05:27 PM   #36
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Q: With the Super Bowl now over, talk this offseason will surely focus on Peyton Manning. Where do you think he will land? Any chance that he goes to Minnesota or San Francisco?

-- Herbert (Iowa)

A: No, Herbert, Minnesota and San Francisco will not be in play. Remember, Manning will pick his team even more than it will pick him. Minnesota can't offer as much as other teams, and San Francisco will not pursue Manning when it wants to re-sign Alex Smith. The team that is the favorite in my mind to land Manning is Miami. The Dolphins can offer warm weather and a favorable contract, and the team has been screaming for a franchise quarterback since Dan Marino left. Make Miami the favorite for now. But we've already seen what being a favorite meant to New England in this Super Bowl.

Q: What are the chances Washington moves up in the draft to the No. 2 spot to draft Robert Griffin III? What price would they need to pay in order to do this?

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A: Good question, Jimmy. It's hard to say the exact chances, but there's a chance. A lot will be defined by whether Washington can sign a free-agent quarterback such as Manning, Matt Flynn or Kyle Orton. If it cannot, the need to trade up for Griffin becomes even greater. But a team that loves Griffin -- be it Cleveland, Washington or Miami -- should make the jump to No. 2 to get him if it believes in him enough. I'd have to check the draft chart for trades, which I don't have handy, but I'm guessing for Washington to go from the sixth pick to the second is going to cost this year's and next year's first-round choices. If Washington or Miami can get to that spot for less than that, it should do it.

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Interesting QB discussion with Jim Haslett. Seems to confirm much of what Smoot has been saying. On a side note, JH is a massive blabbermouth. You'd think that would be pretty confidential stuff...
So basically it's between RGIII and Peyton. Maybe Orton.
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Why orton now when we had a shot at him last year?
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Why orton now when we had a shot at him last year?
I only mention Orton because nothing bad was said about him in that interview. Basically positives were given to Luck, RGIII, and Peyton. Negatives were assigned to Flynn, Foles, Tannehill, and the other rookie QB's. Nothing was said of Orton and since we have discussed him lately I guessed that would be a point in his favor.
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I Ran Into Jim Haslett and We Talked QB Draft - Hogs Haven

Interesting QB discussion with Jim Haslett. Seems to confirm much of what Smoot has been saying. On a side note, JH is a massive blabbermouth. You'd think that would be pretty confidential stuff...
I like what i hear, i hope its true
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I Ran Into Jim Haslett and We Talked QB Draft - Hogs Haven

Interesting QB discussion with Jim Haslett. Seems to confirm much of what Smoot has been saying. On a side note, JH is a massive blabbermouth. You'd think that would be pretty confidential stuff...
Maybe. If they are in love with Tannehill or Foles, the smart thing to say was that they don't like the QB class. Maybe Haslett was just being savvy.
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I only mention Orton because nothing bad was said about him in that interview. Basically positives were given to Luck, RGIII, and Peyton. Negatives were assigned to Flynn, Foles, Tannehill, and the other rookie QB's. Nothing was said of Orton and since we have discussed him lately I guessed that would be a point in his favor.
Nothing was said of Cousins either....or Mark Sanchez!!!

But really, what are the odds of this happening?

Dirtbag: Are you Jim Haslett?

Haslett: Yes I am

Dirtbag: So tell me, what are we going to do at the QB position

Haslett: Have a seat, let me tell you our thoughts on each QB

That said...it's all true.
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Nothing was said of Cousins either....or Mark Sanchez!!!

But really, what are the odds of this happening?

Dirtbag: Are you Jim Haslett?

Haslett: Yes I am

Dirtbag: So tell me, what are we going to do at the QB position

Haslett: Have a seat, let me tell you our thoughts on each QB

That said...it's all true.
This is NOT how it happened.

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Haslett: (да это я, кто вы) Da, eto ya Kto ty

Dirtbag: Juste un ami

Haslett: 0101010111001011

Dirtbag:

Haslett: -.- --. ..- -- - ... .-. . -.--- .-.-..-

Dirtbag: nuqDaq ta' SoH pol [the] yuch
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I Ran Into Jim Haslett and We Talked QB Draft - Hogs Haven

Interesting QB discussion with Jim Haslett. Seems to confirm much of what Smoot has been saying. On a side note, JH is a massive blabbermouth. You'd think that would be pretty confidential stuff...
Wow really good stuff there. Pretty cool behind the scenes talking to Fisher and Indy..........really really wish he woulda brought up Bradford.

Pretty honest and right on about Flynn.
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Ahhh, I see.
...said the blind man who spit into the wind,it all comes back to me now.
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I Ran Into Jim Haslett and We Talked QB Draft - Hogs Haven

Interesting QB discussion with Jim Haslett. Seems to confirm much of what Smoot has been saying. On a side note, JH is a massive blabbermouth. You'd think that would be pretty confidential stuff...
Hmmm, cause I ran into Kyle Shanny on chat roulette and he said we're signing Chad Pennington.
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