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Goodbye Brissett 

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With no qb under contract after this season it was absolutely necessary to draft one. I'm not sure he ever gets a chance to start, but hopefully can be a capable backup

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YEAAAHHH baby,

 

listen, he's got more raw arm talent than anybody on our roster. 

if we can coach him up, he could be a steeeeal in the 4th round.

 

this is an interesting 4th round pick

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1 minute ago, GoColts8818 said:

Well I was wrong.  I am not a big fan of this pick with that said I am going to pull like crazy for him since he’s here.

Same here.  After watching jet O’Sullivans breakdown he was one qb I didn’t want but I am sure that I’m wrong

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This is how he’s described on CBS Sports....another big lmao  

 

Jacob Eason QB, WASH

Height: 6-6, Weight: 231

Play-through-the-whistle mauler in the run game with minimal effectiveness (and experience) in pass protection. Heavy-footed and lacks lateral agility or recovery skill. Very one-dimensional player. (Chris Trapasso)

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The biggest problem is he lacks mobility and does not do well under pressure.  So the Colts will have some work to do.  The good news is that he has some good teachers in Reich and Rivers.

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Good pick in the 4th round, low risk, extremely high reward.

 

Would we rather have our history of 4th rounders, e.g. Montori Hughes, Josh Chapman, Zach Banner? ;)

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7 minutes ago, James said:

He’ll get the opportunity to learn under Rivers for a year or two. 
 

Jacoby is gone.

If Jacoby is gone thank god if he is willing to put the work in he will be a good QB but if not he will be cut within 2 years.

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1 minute ago, rock8591 said:

Good pick in the 4th round, low risk, extremely high reward.

 

Would we rather have our history of 4th rounders, e.g. Montori Hughes, Josh Chapman, Zach Banner? ;)

 Who is to say he will be better than those guys? 

 

That being said, I am kind of indifferent on the pick

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5 minutes ago, HungarianColtsFan said:

We will see how far can he go here. I wonder what it means for other QBs on the roster. Kelly  will more likely be cut, or Jacoby traded?

I think its him vs Kelly for 3rd qb and Jacoby stays.

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1 minute ago, rock8591 said:

Good pick in the 4th round, low risk, extremely high reward.

 

Would we rather have our history of 4th rounders, e.g. Montori Hughes, Josh Chapman, Zach Banner? ;)

Banner is atleast still in the league with Steelers.

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I love this.  He has the arm talent to be a starter but needs some work.  Of it doesn't work out he is a 4th round pick.  We are not attached at the hip to him like we would a higher pick.

 

 

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he was my favorite qb after the first round, but thats not saying a lot.  didnt think much of the others like fromm or hurts

 

i would cut jacoby next and keep chad.  JB makes too much, chad hardly anything 

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