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Narcosys

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  1. 1 hour ago, AustexColt said:

    The earlier rounds will be reserved for best player available per their board. 3rd and after will include a QB. It makes sense because it will not look like a stretch and we will get a good QB for them to groom as a backup to JB. My current guess is Jalen Hurt from OU.  Football has changed and the NFL will mirror the college game however faster and QB scrambling, running the ball. I don't think it is an aberration that the old QBs are retiring.  

    Old QBs retiring you say? Hmm, that is quite odd for people to retire once they get too old to perform the work as well as they use to.

     

    Just can't fathom it. 

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  2. 19 hours ago, Pacergeek said:

    McDaniels is a flake, and should never be considered for a head coaching job again. Any GM interested in hiring Josh, should be immediately fired. 

    What's the relationship of the Panthers and Giants owners with Irsay? Maybe they 'returned the favour'?

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  3. On 12/24/2019 at 8:33 PM, Shadow_Creek said:

    umm besides brady and manning name me a good decent pocket passer? cause if you say brees or rogers both are included in the mobile type

    Umm, a mobile passer is more considered the type who has the ability to run and be dangerous with their legs, not just a qb who can take a few steps. Nobody is afraid of brees or Rodgers running for 10+ yards on any given play.  You set up an argument with parameters that are so strict just so you can make it difficult to counter. However your parameters are demonstrably false. 


  4. 1 hour ago, Valpo2004 said:

     

    We have a window of a few years I think.  I honestly doubt the rookie would start next year unless JB gets hurt.  

     

    Still you have to pull the trigger on someone because doing nothing will not get us there.  At the same time I really don't see anyone available in FA or for trade getting us there either.  

    So build a better team for next year's qb class.   We ain't getting Burrow, far too risky to get Tua, so that leaves only Herbert. Is he worth the 13th pick with his accuracy issues?


  5. 1 minute ago, Myles said:

    Not really.   Maybe I shouldn't have used the word "certainly", because it wouldn't be a huge improvement in my opinion.  I wouldn't be in favor of signing him.   I do want to find a better option than Brissett.  Dalton, Carr, Rivers.

    None of those three would be better. Dalton has never been great, Carr is likely worse than Brisset in our offense, and you can't predict Rivers would have done any better with what he has to work with here this past season. He's also 38 years old and not Peyton Manning, it is unlikely he could come in and be successful in a whole new scheme and offense. 


  6. 11 hours ago, Jared Cisneros said:

    That's disgusting, and it shows how disgusting Brissett is as a QB. Make him ride the bus back home.

    Or it shows the coaching decisions, it shows the inability of the receivers to make YAC or actually get open, it shows how bad injuries were.  

     

    But what do I know, maybe we should blame everything everyone else does on one person. Makes sense.

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  7. 2 hours ago, lennymoore24 said:

    For those of you saying we can't get an upgrade unless it is Burrow or Tua, keep mind mine Brissett was thoroughly outplayed today by a rookie 6th round pick!  So it is not beyond the possible that we could get a player not in the top 10 to be better than Brissett.  He really isn't very good.  He just seems to be slow in his processing.  

    How did Minshew outplay him?

     

    Did he give him the juke? Did he play mind games? Did he beat him in a foot race?

     

    Please explain to me how Minshew outplayed Brisset, cause I didn't see them on the field at the same time at any point. 

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  8. 6 hours ago, ColtJax said:

    Decent back up, but a guy that just plays scared. He holds onto the ball too long, misses open receivers and just can't move the team. This game has to be the final nail in that debate..

    Those same things were said about Luck, he missed his receivers quite often and consistently threw behind them.  The biggest reason for all his INTs was because he had trouble leading his receivers. He also held on to the ball for quite some time: in 2016 he was tied for second slowest behind tyrod Taylor and in 2018, however this is not entirely indicative of a bad qb as Rodgers, Watson, Tannehill, Jackson, Wilson, and Mahommes all have similar time to throw.  It could just be a sign of how good the O line is or how bad the receivers are at getting open. 

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