Originally Posted by SNR
Yep. It's funny because the Jaguars in a way had a version of Geno Smith in David Garrard. Granted, their version was a broke dick with some kind of weird ass cancer, whose arm wasn't as powerful or accurate from long and mid range, and possessed fewer tools to make all the throws at the pro level. But he was black, similar in size, and similar in physical tools.
Either way, I thought Gabbert was doing much better this year? But in any case, I feel confident that we can lose more games than them anyway.
Raiders are far better than us and have a QB that can take them places. I think the franchise seems to be loyal to Carson Palmer, even though they have no reason to be at all.
No idea what the Titans will do with Locker.
Unless this team has some kind of a miraculous turnaround, and the schedule isn't getting easier so I don't see it, they should be in a spot to draft one of the top three QB's coming out. If Smith keeps moving up the board, we might be duking it out to trade up to get him...
Saints can go get raped. I hope Goodell takes away more of their draft picks just because his wife is on the rag. They do NOT deserve an instant replacement to Drew Brees, who just got a wicked-ass awesome extension anyway.
And the Browns get credit for constantly drafting QBs and trying to make things work, but they've already had plenty of opportunities. They're supposed to wait awhile before pulling the trigger again. We'll just have to out-lose them.
Geno Smith is our goddamned QB, people.
Watch the Jets suck enough this year that they trade up for him.
The Browns will have a new guy running the team so if Weeden doesn't start impressing soon they will be in the hunt. But they might also be prime trade-up partners if Weeden shows promise.
JVille will be all over a QB. Khan wants to sell tickets.
I agree the Raiders will be better than us, but I don't think they have an overriding loyalty to Palmer since Hue is not there anymore. But McKenzie doesn't strike me as the trade up type. He'll sit there and wait for players to fall to him.