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Joe Burrows

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I was wary on him but he's proven himself. Can't see Cincinnati passing up a native Ohio prospect who looks to be the top QB. Not sure if he was a Bengals fan growing up but the story writes itself regardless.

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11 minutes ago, The Architect said:

I was wary on him but he's proven himself. Can't see Cincinnati passing up a native Ohio prospect who looks to be the top QB. Not sure if he was a Bengals fan growing up but the story writes itself regardless.

If he was a Bengals fan growing up, he won’t be five years from now when he ditches that dumpster fire & signs with Atlanta in FA

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34 minutes ago, dapanch420 said:

we needs to fix the coaching staff, front office first. even the "GOAT" tom brady would look like poo playing on this team.

not at all he has had a patch work oline for a while undrafted free agents to tech triple option guys. brady would have multiple super bowls if he was here

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3 minutes ago, g-dawg said:

Joe Burrow’s completion percentage for the season is 78.5% - that is ridonkulous!

It’s 86% when adjusted for drops.  IMO this is the best performance from an SEC player since D. Thomas

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8 minutes ago, FalconsIn2012 said:

If he was a Bengals fan growing up, he won’t be five years from now when he ditches that dumpster fire & signs with Atlanta in FA

I wish lol but I think he'll turn them around.

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4 minutes ago, UGABOZ said:

not at all he has had a patch work oline for a while undrafted free agents to tech triple option guys. brady would have multiple super bowls if he was here

Bull$hit. Brady has had a solid OL his entire career. You buffoons can kill the Ryan Hate. On the other side, Ryan would have multiple Super Bowls in New England. 

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12 minutes ago, Faithful Falcon said:

Bull$hit. Brady has had a solid OL his entire career. You buffoons can kill the Ryan Hate. On the other side, Ryan would have multiple Super Bowls in New England. 

ryan has had all pro skill guys every where at all times man cant have it both ways buddy

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22 minutes ago, Faithful Falcon said:

Bull$hit. Brady has had a solid OL his entire career. You buffoons can kill the Ryan Hate. On the other side, Ryan would have multiple Super Bowls in New England. 

This isn’t true.  Brady has had average to sub par OL’s many seasons...this one included.

Dont you remember the year Belichick would put in a completely different OL every other drive?

Patriots offensive line was 2nd worst in NFL, but luckily QB Tom Brady is best in the NFL while under pressure

The Patriots are fortunate that they have the best quarterback in the entire NFL

 

To a stunning degree, the Patriots have used 13 different starting lineups on their offensive line, the most of any NFL team over the last 22 years, which is as far back as STATS research goes. But that’s just the surface; the Patriots have spent much of the season rotating linemen during games like teams normally change out skill-position players. By this reporter’s unofficial count, New England has used 37 different offensive line combinations this season. To put that number into context, consider this: The Vikings used one lineup—the same five offensive linemen—for all but 14 snaps this season

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13 minutes ago, Faithful Falcon said:

Bull$hit. Brady has had a solid OL his entire career. You buffoons can kill the Ryan Hate. On the other side, Ryan would have multiple Super Bowls in New England. 

Faithful Falcon, I do agree to a point. But wouldn't you think this franchise would draft Bulldog players? It's becoming ridiculous,  we don't do it....in our OWN HOME! !!

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21 minutes ago, Faithful Falcon said:

Bull$hit. Brady has had a solid OL his entire career. You buffoons can kill the Ryan Hate. On the other side, Ryan would have multiple Super Bowls in New England. 

“The Patriots can't settle on an offensive line. And that's by design.

The team has been rotating their line on the interior to a rare degree in professional football,


The Patriots didn't use the same offensive line for two consecutive drives in their entire 50-point game against the Jaguars. They didn't use the same offensive line for the first seven drives of the season opener. In Buffalo, they used the same group for three straight series for the only time all season.”

 

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8 minutes ago, FalconsIn2012 said:

This isn’t true.  Brady has had average to sub par OL’s many seasons...this one included.

Dont you remember the year Belichick would put in a completely different OL every other drive?

Patriots offensive line was 2nd worst in NFL, but luckily QB Tom Brady is best in the NFL while under pressure

The Patriots are fortunate that they have the best quarterback in the entire NFL

.... and he had the best coach in NFL history who is incredible about scheming to cover any flaws his team might have.

We on the other hand have people like DQ and Duck Kotter who utilizes 7 step drops, ultra slow developing patterns, and virtually no screen game or anything else to overcome his line's many deficiencies.

Last time Ryan had a great mind scheming for him, he was NFL MVP.

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13 minutes ago, FalconsIn2012 said:

This isn’t true.  Brady has had average to sub par OL’s many seasons...this one included.

Dont you remember the year Belichick would put in a completely different OL every other drive?

Patriots offensive line was 2nd worst in NFL, but luckily QB Tom Brady is best in the NFL while under pressure

The Patriots are fortunate that they have the best quarterback in the entire NFL

 

To a stunning degree, the Patriots have used 13 different starting lineups on their offensive line, the most of any NFL team over the last 22 years, which is as far back as STATS research goes. But that’s just the surface; the Patriots have spent much of the season rotating linemen during games like teams normally change out skill-position players. By this reporter’s unofficial count, New England has used 37 different offensive line combinations this season. To put that number into context, consider this: The Vikings used one lineup—the same five offensive linemen—for all but 14 snaps this season

boom

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2 minutes ago, TheUsualStuff said:

.... and he had the best coach in NFL history who is incredible about scheming to cover any flaws his team might have.

We on the other hand have people like DQ and Duck Kotter who utilizes 7 step drops, ultra slow developing patterns, and virtually no screen game or anything else to overcome his line's many deficiencies.

Last time Ryan had a great mind scheming for him, he was NFL MVP.

whatever excuses you want to defend the statue

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10 minutes ago, *Old Pappy Falcon* said:

Faithful Falcon, I do agree to a point. But wouldn't you think this franchise would draft Bulldog players? It's becoming ridiculous,  we don't do it....in our OWN HOME! !!

yes and we have a ton of olineman coming out

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1.  You really want Joe Burrow with Dirk Koetter?

2.  If you answered no to that then maybe our quarterback is not the issue.

3.  Joe Burrow sucked royally last year.  He, just like many college QBs, can jump onto the scene just as he’s doing right now.  I would pass on Burrow and see if Matt and this team can do better next year.  If not then we’ll be perfectly situated for Justin Fields or Trevor Lawrence in 2021.

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