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Quarterback last won the day on November 2 2015

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  1. Smith was so refreshing and handled himself well. I couldn't stomach hearing Quinn in this same scenario. And I'd rather have a root canal than hear that DLED voice.😱
  2. Outside of Pitts, would liked to have seen more speed drafted. I'd rate the draft a B only because they were lucky enough to have the #4 pick. A C otherwise.
  3. I never remotely insinuated that Fields couldn't be great. He may very well be. In fact I hope he becomes so as I know the kid and his parents well living here in Kennesaw. He's a good, smart, well-parented young man. I just mentioned there were question marks mentioned on the other 4 QB's, not 4 questions on Fields alone as you illustrated. Who has a question on Lawrence? Not one I'm aware. I definitely agree that Kirby Smart absolutely blew it with Fields as Fromm's success was widely due to having two NFL Running backs to work with his freshman season. I'm not the biggest fan of S
  4. There's only one QB certainty in this draft and he will be a Jacksonville Jaguar. He's a certain generational QB talent, unlike the next 3-4 (you rank them; everyone else has!). They each have their respective question marks. We have a pro bowl, former MVP QB who still regarded by most as a top-10 QB, and any QB of such ranking can win a Super Bowl. Even at 36 he's missed, what 3 games, in his career and keeps himself in great shape. And in all fairness he has never is his 13 previous seasons been complimented with anything near a great defense or a great OL. Personally, I think,
  5. Agreed. Compared to some of the more recent QB's taken at #1 overall such as Palmer, Couch, Carr, Eli Manning, Smith, Russell, Bradford, Newton, Winston, Goff and Mayfield, I'd take Lawrence hands down over all of them.
  6. What we have--and have had--is a coaching problem. Many NFL coaches can prepare for any team. However, the very best coaching occurs at halftime when coaches earn their money by adjusting to their opponent's game plan and tendencies. We have sufficient talent to have great 1st and 2nd quarters, often getting out to substantial leads as happened yesterday and numerous other times this season and dating back to the infamous "28-3." We always get outreached in the 3rd and 4th quarters. This has happened way too many times to be just bad luck. Therefore I am encouraged and hopeful that w
  7. Trevor Lawrence is Peyton Manning with a stronger arm coupled with the ability to run a little. He's a generational QB and the team that drafts him will be fortunate indeed.
  8. I couldn't use a top 5 pick for a project QB, regardless of his upside.
  9. I'm fine with this. I would love to see Ryan traded to New England or some other quality, dedicated franchise and polish off his decorated career with a Lombardi. It's happened before with an aging veteran QB like Plunkett with the Raiders, Rypien, Thiesman and Williams with the Redskins. He's a good guy who has represented out city with honor and decency so I'd pull for him personally wherever he finishes his career. He's still plenty good and savvy enough to win a Super Bowl with the right team and coaching staff around him.
  10. These statistically "average" QB's won Super Bowls: Bart Star (2), Len Dawson, Bob Griese (2), Terry Bradshaw (4), Joe Namath, Jim Plunkett (2), Joe Theisman, Jim McMahon, Phil Sims, Doug Williams, Jeff Hostetler, Mark Rypien, Trent Dilfer, Brad Johnson, Joe Flacco, Nick Foles. These statistically "great" QB's never did: Dan Founts, Warren Moon, Tony Romo, Matt Schaub, Philip Rivers,Jim Hart, Boomer Esiason, Jim Kelly, Donovan McNabb, Randall Cunningham, Ken Anderson, Fran Tarkenton, and, perhaps the best of all, Dan Marino. Why? How many from either list were paired with a great HC
  11. Ryan played for Mike Smith and Dan Quinn. Just imagine his stats and accomplishments had he played for Bill Belichick, Sean Peyton, Don Shula, Bill Wash, Joe Gibbs or Tom Landry teams. Some guys have all the luck....
  12. A true Husband and Father always puts his family before his employer. We can find another job making more or less money and adapt accordingly. We cannot replace our family.
  13. RM is nothing but talk and after this season he will never be a HC again in the NFL. If Mike Smith couldn't land another shot with his record after one team, how could Morris?
  14. It's just hilarious that the first couple of pages was filled with those wanting to consider keeping Morris yet after today not a single supporting voice since. Just listen to Morris' postgame interview and ask yourself who he sounds and acts like....Dan Quinn. Nothing spoken of substance. If we pull another Marion Campbell and go with the easy and convenient HC again I will pop a vessel. This defense this year has been just awful and we all know who the DC was.
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