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Redman would have a difficult time making ANY other roster... DJ's skillset is more conducive for success for THIS Mularkey coached team...

Project Ryan will perform the way he did against Baltimore and will eventually have that glazed Doug Johnson/Harrington look by halftime..

Redman has spent virtually no time on the field himself..look at his limited career at 31

Ryan's penchant for INT will become an emerging problem as teams continue bait Ryan into throwing (ala Leinart)... and then Coach Mike Smith has to start thinking about HIS OWN CAREER and doing whats right for the team..

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I don't think Ryan has ever had a problem throwing INTs. But on something a little more relevant and intelligent.

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I don't think Ryan has ever had a problem throwing INTs. But on something a little more relevant and intelligent.

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I cant disagree more. First off Matt Leinart has never looked as good as Ryan did on an NFL field. Granted its only preseason, he got alot of snaps against 1st string defenses and came out on top. Redman is a better fit for this offense than DJ, that being said he is a better backup for Ryan than DJ at this point. I hate to see the way Harringtons career has went because I really feel the guy could have been good. But based on the talent hes had around him on the teams hes been on has left the guy shell shocked, and he will never be good in the NFL. The front office made the right choices as QB for the Falcons as far as im concerned.

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Redman would have a difficult time making ANY other roster... DJ's skillset is more conducive for success for THIS Mularkey coached team...

Project Ryan will perform the way he did against Baltimore and will eventually have that glazed Doug Johnson/Harrington look by halftime..

Redman has spent virtually no time on the field himself..look at his limited career at 31

Ryan's penchant for INT will become an emerging problem as teams continue bait Ryan into throwing (ala Leinart)... and then Coach Mike Smith has to start thinking about HIS OWN CAREER and doing whats right for the team..

Blah Blah Blah! <------ thinks he knows MORE than the staff! ;):lol:

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Redman would have a difficult time making ANY other roster... DJ's skillset is more conducive for success for THIS Mularkey coached team...

Project Ryan will perform the way he did against Baltimore and will eventually have that glazed Doug Johnson/Harrington look by halftime..

Redman has spent virtually no time on the field himself..look at his limited career at 31

Ryan's penchant for INT will become an emerging problem as teams continue bait Ryan into throwing (ala Leinart)... and then Coach Mike Smith has to start thinking about HIS OWN CAREER and doing whats right for the team..

I smell yet another troll, sheesh!

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I cant disagree more. First off Matt Leinart has never looked as good as Ryan did on an NFL field. Granted its only preseason, he got alot of snaps against 1st string defenses and came out on top. Redman is a better fit for this offense than DJ, that being said he is a better backup for Ryan than DJ at this point. I hate to see the way Harringtons career has went because I really feel the guy could have been good. But based on the talent hes had around him on the teams hes been on has left the guy shell shocked, and he will never be good in the NFL. The front office made the right choices as QB for the Falcons as far as im concerned.

You have an opinion. I have an opinion.

Fact is Joey is 25-50 as a NFL starter and has been kicked off THREE TEAMS...

Leinart had a lot of success at USC and was seen as the golden boy, especially coming into Arizona with Fitzgerald, Bolden and Egerrin James..EVEN WITH THAT TALENT...he STILL COULDN"T GET IT DONE...

And Carson Palmer has had minimal playoff success as well..blame the defense or others, but he isn't a leader and it shows... when the going gets tough, Carson and the Bengals fade..

Project Ryan threw 20 INTS as a SENIOR... NFL defensive pressure is constant, so I see Ryan wilting..

DJ has the stronger arm and more mobile , but is more likely to handle negative situations as they come ..and 'manage the game'...

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You have an opinion. I have an opinion.

Fact is Joey is 25-50 as a NFL starter and has been kicked off THREE TEAMS...

Leinart had a lot of success at USC and was seen as the golden boy, especially coming into Arizona with Fitzgerald, Bolden and Egerrin James..EVEN WITH THAT TALENT...he STILL COULDN"T GET IT DONE...

And Carson Palmer has had minimal playoff success as well..blame the defense or others, but he isn't a leader and it shows... when the going gets tough, Carson and the Bengals fade..

Project Ryan threw 20 INTS as a SENIOR... NFL defensive pressure is constant, so I see Ryan wilting..

DJ has the stronger arm and more mobile , but is more likely to handle negative situations as they come ..and 'manage the game'...

Yes, and his INT/attempt ratio is just about the same as Brohm and Henne. Playing with a weak offensive line and below average WRs, with no defense to back him up, hey... that sounds like someone we know of.

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