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Old 11-12-2012, 12:59 PM   #5245
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Originally Posted by SNR View Post
You have yet to pop a hole in this argument: If you draft a great non-QB player in the top 5, your team gets better. When your team gets better, they start churning out 6-10 seasons instead of 2-14 seasons. When that happens, the good QBs get taken, and that 6-10 franchise is left to draft more non-QBs. They continue to improve, only ever being hopeful that they can make the playoffs in the last weeks of the season with a 9-7 record. Whereas the team that sucks hard and maybe reaches for a QB plays him, suffers some setbacks, and continues sucking. But guess what? When a REAL QB shows up on their doorstep in future drafts, they're already in a position to go draft him, and they don't have to accept inevitabilities like, "Even if we wanted to go trade up to get this QB, Team X had more trade ammo than we did," or "No team was going to trade out of that spot. We were doomed to be left out of the QB race."

Also, you're ****ing wrong about this year's QBs in the draft. So just shut the **** up.
Denver was fresh off an AFC Championship game appearance when they traded up for Cutler.

And what if you draft a QB who doesn't show much his rookie year and then a better QB prospect is sitting there at your pick the next year? You aren't going to give up on a top 5 pick after one season...
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