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Old 04-26-2019, 09:59 AM   #61
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Re: Dwayne Haskins

The biggest thing I'm excited for is having youth at the QB position again. We haven't had that since RGIII.

We needed an identity on offense and hopefully Haskins can spark that. Our defense can be stout, and we have Guice and AP in the backfield to ease Haskins in.

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P.S. Has anybody else noticed Dwayne has "Skins" in his name? HaSkins!
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:06 AM   #62
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I was just thinking the same thing. After Murray, this QB class didn't have any consensus #2. They all had some desirable/undesirable traits.

Haskins has as good a shot as any of them to succeed.
Murray had plenty of negative plays once he faced a real defensive.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:17 AM   #63
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Dude you don't know football he is not going to be a brady or Manning or a Brees but he is Good with a extremely high ceiling and you can say that about a lot of good players that come out of high-profile programs that are loaded with potential other big-time players around them just because he doesn't move well in a pocket doesn't mean he's not a good quarterback Allen the bills quarterback doesn't move on the pocket Donald who was a very good quarterback with high ceiling potential doesn't move on the pocket either so you have to understand what you're looking at obviously you don't you like The flash and dash
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:27 AM   #64
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They use the Rose Bowl in their examples a game where threw for 251 yards, 25 of 37 and 3 TD's. A game by the stats they should have lost but won. I'll take that in a QB.

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Valid point. I was most concerned with his performance under pressure. Since he is not mobile he is going to have to improve his performance against the blitz to be successful at the NFL level. You know coordinators are going to blitz heavy if the tape shows that’s a weakness for him.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:29 AM   #65
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Let's just keep in mind who he's going to be throwing the ball to this season.

We should cut him A LOT of slack, throwing to perennial all-pros Doctson and Richardson.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:30 AM   #66
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Let's just keep in mind who he's going to be throwing the ball to this season.

We should cut him A LOT of slack, throwing to perennial all-pros Doctson and Richardson.
There’s still time to pick up some WRs in the draft that can improve our WR corps. We’re not dead in the water yet.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:32 AM   #67
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Sweat helped ease my pain over Haskins. I'm not a huge fan of his game but maybe we just lucked into a franchise QB, who knows. I'll support him until he proves otherwise. At the very least I'm happy we didn't trade up to get him.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:34 AM   #68
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There’s still time to pick up some WRs in the draft that can improve our WR corps. We’re not dead in the water yet.
We better add one of the next 7 or 8 WRs.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:35 AM   #69
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Really hope they handle Haskins like KC handled MaHomes.

Don't throw him out there. Let him learn a year with Alex and Colt right by his side.

I don't think this FO will tolerate that kind of patience.

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Old 04-26-2019, 10:36 AM   #70
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Sweat helped ease my pain over Haskins. I'm not a huge fan of his game but maybe we just lucked into a franchise QB, who knows. I'll support him until he proves otherwise. At the very least I'm happy we didn't trade up to get him.
Ditto. Didn't like the pick but am rooting for him big time.

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Old 04-26-2019, 10:37 AM   #71
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he's a pure natural pocket passer......


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Old 04-26-2019, 10:38 AM   #72
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Really hope they handle Haskins like KC handled MaHomes.

Don't throw him out there. Let him learn a year with Alex and Colt right by his side.

I don't think this FO will tolerate that kind of patience.

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Everyone also thought we were going to bet the farm and move up to the top 5 to get him and that didn’t happen. Have some Faith. My thinking is they roll Keenum out to start the year as he has starting experience. If they don’t cut Alex he will be a good sideline mentor. Best scenario, Haskins starts next year. Less exciting scenario, Keenum struggles and Haskins starts by week 6 or 8. Worst case scenario, “Haskins wins the starting job” week 1.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:43 AM   #73
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Really hope they handle Haskins like KC handled MaHomes.

Don't throw him out there. Let him learn a year with Alex and Colt right by his side.

I don't think this FO will tolerate that kind of patience.

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I agree. I think Jay earned the right to tell to front office who to start when he started Cousins over RG3.

Look, another report Colt had a setback in his recovery...I would move on from Colt and set the QB room with Alex Smith, Haskins and Keenam. Id attach Smith at the hip of Haskins with the plan of giving Keenam the first opportunity at the job. Then let the competition begin...let Jay make the call right before season, but we shouldn't rush it.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:49 AM   #74
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Look, if he was a lock, he wouldn't have been there at 15. Going in, all the hype was "Danny is going to trade the farm to get into the top 5". That didn't happen. We got a talent with serious potential without trading picks. Will he be the savior? Who the fuck knows? But not giving him a shot when he was sitting there at 15 would have been a serious mistake, IMO. It's cost/benefit: worth the shot, given what we need. Plus, they got Sweat, so how ever fucked up the front office is supposed to be (and this makes great click-bait at draft time), they did what you'd pretty much want them to do: fill the holes as best they can in the draft. Not the sexy narrative of "Crazy Danny is Back!", but decent FO moves.

Time, as always, will tell. There are no gimmes.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:55 AM   #75
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I agree. I think Jay earned the right to tell to front office who to start when he started Cousins over RG3.

Look, another report Colt had a setback in his recovery...I would move on from Colt and set the QB room with Alex Smith, Haskins and Keenam. Id attach Smith at the hip of Haskins with the plan of giving Keenam the first opportunity at the job. Then let the competition begin...let Jay make the call right before season, but we shouldn't rush it.
This is the smart play. I wasn't a fan of the pick but obviously we all want him to succeed. I think if they throw Haskins out there this year with this WR corps it would be like throwing him to the wolves. Letting him sit for a year and shadow Smith while we get some help on the WR corps would be a really smart move.

I just worry with Gruden's job on the line he'll feel pressured to start Haskins before he's ready.
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