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View Poll Results: Next year Taylor Heinicke will be...
Starting QB for the WFT 13 24.07%
Solid backup for the WFT 28 51.85%
Starter or backup for another team 2 3.70%
I have no clue 11 20.37%
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:14 PM   #61
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You are severely underrating Matt Ryan
Or maybe we're telling everyone else that they're severely underrating Fitzmagic.
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:17 PM   #62
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Darnold deserves a second look because the Jets aren't a professional organization and no one outplayed him at the QB position.

Heinikes success on short notice makes Dwayne look really bad, if that was possible.
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:26 PM   #63
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Darnold deserves a second look because the Jets aren't a professional organization and no one outplayed him at the QB position.

Heinikes success on short notice makes Dwayne look really bad, if that was possible.
That's true, Darnold should go in the hopper as a possible. He misses his share of games though.
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:28 PM   #64
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I want someone that's proven, rather not waste time trying to see if a retread can kickstart their career or not.
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Re: Taylor Effing Heinicke

If Alex's contract comes off the books:

1. Watson - pipe dream
2. Stafford - not sure Detroit is trading him, but if the price is right - ok.
- Bring back Heinicke

If Alex's contract does not come off the books:
1. T Taylor
2. R Fitzpatrick
- Bring back Heinicke

I'm drafting a QB either way. Not necessarily with the first pick, but if there's one on the board that is the BPA in round 2-7, then yes.
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:32 PM   #66
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Or maybe we're telling everyone else that they're severely underrating Fitzmagic.
Could be...
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Old 01-11-2021, 05:34 PM   #67
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Re: Taylor Effing Heinicke

And while this defense is good, I don't think it's championship caliber just yet. It's not "ready now". They were the beneficiaries of a fairly soft schedule, and a lot of backup QBs. Still need help and depth at LB and DB.
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Old 01-11-2021, 06:01 PM   #68
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And while this defense is good, I don't think it's championship caliber just yet. It's not "ready now". They were the beneficiaries of a fairly soft schedule, and a lot of backup QBs. Still need help and depth at LB and DB.
Yeah but you still need a legit QB1, Can't wait around for "What if's" the defense was ranked 2nd , that's pretty damn good. You can upgrade at LB in Free agency / draft.
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Old 01-11-2021, 06:05 PM   #69
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And while this defense is good, I don't think it's championship caliber just yet. It's not "ready now". They were the beneficiaries of a fairly soft schedule, and a lot of backup QBs. Still need help and depth at LB and DB.
All true, but the hard pieces to find are in place. Landing LBs is considerably easier than finding the horses up front. A 2nd round pick can usually grab you a very good athlete at LB.

Unless his name is Rocky McIntosh.
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Yeah, I definitely agree the team needs a legit QB1, I'm just saying there's work to be done on the defensive side of the ball too. I keep seeing "the defense is ready now", and it's not. When they played against starting QBs outside this bad division, they allowed at least 30 points in six of those nine games.

The exceptions were Ben Roethlisberger and his fraudulent Steelers, Bridgewater and the Panthers, and Wilson and the Seahawks. Neither one of these teams had their starting RB.
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If Alex's contract comes off the books:

1. Watson - pipe dream
2. Stafford - not sure Detroit is trading him, but if the price is right - ok.
- Bring back Heinicke

If Alex's contract does not come off the books:
1. T Taylor
2. R Fitzpatrick
- Bring back Heinicke

I'm drafting a QB either way. Not necessarily with the first pick, but if there's one on the board that is the BPA in round 2-7, then yes.

Tyrod Taylor was bad in Buffalo , Cleveland and lost his job to Herbert (was bound to happen anyway but still)

He’s not very good and honestly Cam Newton is better
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Re: Taylor Effing Heinicke

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You are severely underrating Matt Ryan
You’re right. Playing like ass with Freeman/Gurley and Jones, Ridley and Gage the last two years is all the position players faults. I used to think highly of him but he can’t seem to get out of his own way recently.
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Philosophically I think it would be the wrong play. The defense is ready now. Put a good QB in and we could be a top 3 or 4 team in the NFC for the next 3-5 years.

But draft a QB and miss on him, then we waste a window.

We will have a genuine super bowl window open if we can parachute a good QB in here. I wouldn't take my shot on a draft guess, I'd push my chips into the table and try to get Deshaun or Dak.
This is my thinking too. Can’t waste this d line on a retread or a project. We get a good QB now before the d is too expensive to keep together.
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Old 01-11-2021, 08:00 PM   #74
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Re: Taylor Effing Heinicke

Okay. I do not want to hear the “Heinicke is small and frail crap anymore”.

Taylor Heinicke 6’1” 210 lbs
Drew Brees —- 6’0” 208 lbs
Kyler Murray — 5’10” 207 lbs
Russell Wilson -5’11” 215 lbs

As the pronounced president of the Taylor Heinicke Fan Club, I will not tolerate such slanderous lies be made about our quarterback of the future. He sprained his AC joint flying like Superman during a circus stunt. That is not a normal play. The kid is a very smart “5 read” guy who has demonstrated terrific decision making and great accuracy, even with difficult down the field throws. He is extremely familiar with this offensive scheme. He is mobile and can extend plays when needed.

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Tyrod Taylor was bad in Buffalo , Cleveland and lost his job to Herbert (was bound to happen anyway but still)

He’s not very good and honestly Cam Newton is better
Yeah, I'm not saying he would be the next WFT franchise QB, but he would be an immediate upgrade to the QB room, and a nice bridge to a young future QB.

He was drafted by the Ravens and was Flacco's backup for four years. He was the starter in Buffalo for three years, averaging 3,000 yards passing/500 yards rushing per year. He was traded to the Browns after Josh Allen was drafted. He was the starter but got hurt in week three, making way for Baker. He backed up Rivers last year, was named the starter this year. Was 1-0, and then the team Dr. decided to pierce his lung with a needle, making way for Herbert.

He doesn't turn the ball over like Fitzpatrick, he can be a dual threat, he wouldn't break the bank, and he's not 38.

Like I said - I would at least kick the tires on him.
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