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He will suck ass 40 15.15%
He will be good 40 15.15%
Whatever he does, he'll be better than Cassel. 184 69.70%
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Old 10-10-2012, 08:46 PM  
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Brady Quinn, go on record

I'm laughing at the idiots proclaiming that this awful quarterback is going to be better than Cassel.

So go on record. Is he gonna be a good against the Bucs, or shitty, as he's always been?
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:32 PM   #121
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:39 PM   #122
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you are comparing a real viable QB with a guy that was propped up by a stoopid dreamer
So was Brodie Croyle a real, viable QB?

Because idiots here thought he was better than Cassel, too. And they were wrong.
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:47 PM   #123
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Yep Brodie got the same treatment. Stooge
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:49 PM   #124
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Brodie Croyle has 10 career starts.

Quinn has 12.

Big ****ing difference.

They're both guys with strong arms that suck ass and are third string QBs at best.
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:53 PM   #125
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So was Brodie Croyle a real, viable QB?

Because idiots here thought he was better than Cassel, too. And they were wrong.
I enjoy your comparison that Croyle and Quinn are the same QB. There are two solid comparisons:
1. They both played in successful college programs.
2. They both played roughly half a season for horrible NFL programs.

That's about all we truly know today. All other comparisons are entirely subjective and you know that. One day you will learn that wild predictions based on conjecture will get you in trouble every time. With all the time you spent at WPI, you should have learned that long ago.
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Old 10-10-2012, 10:57 PM   #126
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I enjoy your comparison that Croyle and Quinn are the same QB. There are two solid comparisons:
1. They both played in successful college programs.
2. They both played roughly half a season for horrible NFL programs.

That's about all we truly know today. All other comparisons are entirely subjective and you know that. One day you will learn that wild predictions based on conjecture will get you in trouble every time. With all the time you spent at WPI, you should have learned that long ago.
Thanks for the info Phob, I did not know Cassell actually played in college as a QB. I thought he rode the bench.....
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Old 10-10-2012, 11:04 PM   #127
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Thanks for the info Phob, I did not know Cassell actually played in college as a QB. I thought he rode the bench.....
My post wasn't about Cassel at all. Your understanding is correct about Cassel.
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Old 10-10-2012, 11:56 PM   #128
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Of course Quinn looked like garbage he played for Cleveland ffs.
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Old 10-10-2012, 11:57 PM   #129
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After browsing through all of these replies, my line of thinking as to what I think of Quinn is pretty consistent with chiefzilla's take on page 7.

I don't follow NCAA as much as I follow the NFL/Chiefs, but have always followed it to an extent...and ironically, the most I have ever seen of any college QB's are; Stanzi, Quinn, Mirer (as a very young kid), Drew Tate, Ron Powlus and Jimmy Claussen. Ironic, obviously because 2 out of them are on the Chiefs roster now.

I'm from Iowa, in Hawkeye-land and was raised by and grew up with Hawkeye fans. However, in the early 90's..when I was 8 or 9 or so, my grandma informed me that one of my 2nd or 3rd cousins married Notre Dame Irish coach (at the time), Lou Holtz's son. My grandma had 14 sisters and 2 brothers, so I'm related to half of Southeast Iowa, it seems. Since the majority of that huge family consisted of female siblings, my distant cousins all married into different last names and it was seriously impossible to keep track of to the point where if I started dating a chick or took a chick home, I had to ask her about her family lineage to make sure we weren't cousins.

ANYWAYS, I have never met Lou Holtz, his son OR my cousin who married him for that matter, but when I was younger, I bragged to people telling them I was related to Lou Holtz (when in actuality it was very distant and by marriage) and went on a huge Notre Dame Irish kick....and have had times in my life where I was apathetic about them, especially during the Willingham era, but have always considered myself more of a Notre Dame Irish fan than a Hawkeyes fan. I became a fan of them when I was very young and it was right around the time of Rick Mirer. Brady Quinn had been my favorite ND QB since Mirer....I liked Mirer more than Quinn because I was young and the Irish were awesome with he and Bettis. Not to mention, I couldn't get the thought out of my head that Quinn always reminded me of one of those preppy asshole ex-friends of Dan Aykroyd's character on the movie, "Trading Places." He seemed to have this vibe of self-entitlement about him. Can't explain it. Also, he was always wearing Cubs shit, and UGH....I HATE the ****ing Cubs. I was in college at the time, which was a private college (Loras) in NE Iowa (Dubuque) and to be honest, he kind of reminded me of some of the Chica-burbian pricks who were enrolled there. Those types were probably my least favorite group on campus. Although I thought Quinn came off as somewhat of a preppy princess, I liked watching him play. Around Quinn's Junior year, he seemed to kind of develop this swagger or confidence about him and it was contagious... I was always confident with him behind center. Was always confident that whatever the situation, he had the potential to pull something off. He seemed to have a tendency to put too much on the ball at times, or throw to high, which wasn't TOTALLY detrimental at the time because his receivers were so tall... since we signed him, I have always thought that Baldwin may be able to somewhat mask his deficiencies. I realize this isn't saying much, but I liked him more than Clausen...who I always thought was a dumbass.

I've watched just as much or more Stanzi than Quinn due to always being exposed to the Hawkeyes by my friends and family. Not to mention, people around here were Hawkeye-crazy during the Tate and Stanzi eras....it was difficult not to follow. Honestly, I liked and still like Stanzi more than Quinn. The closest I have ever been to making a full-fledged conversion from Irish fan to Hawkeye fan was during the Stanzi era. Then the JVB era redirected me to the Irish. It seemed border-line impossible to follow the Stanzi-Hawks and not root for them. It was a roller-coaster with him from the time he beat out previously highly-touted recruit, but collegiate failure, Jake Christensen, then 2009 which was the year he developed a reputation of being "Favre-ish," by digging huge holes that he would personally dig himself out of, to 2010, where he put up solid stats, but the team under-performed. His notorious "love it or leave it" quote in a roundabout way described some of the fans' (who I was around) perception of him... With the Hawk fans I am surrounded by, it seems you either "love him or hate him." I loved the guy...the fun factor, especially during 2009, was through the roof. And I've met him a couple times, so I know he doesn't come off as this image I have in my head of Brady Quinn's personality. He's cool as hell...goofy as hell. I'd personally like to re-live the Stanzi era than the Quinn era, but enjoyed watching Quinn....I can't really explain why Quinn hasn't been successful to this point other than his tendency to throw too high...and his footwork is pretty questionable. I'm excited to see how he does. He was an excellent leader out there.

I remember in 2009, when he dueled with Stafford...Threw for 304 yards, 4 touchdowns and 0 interceptions. I remember reading that stat line and thought it was impressive considering the lack of a competent supporting cast that he had....against a very, very shitty secondary. Then again, he had games like he did against the Chiefs, where although the Browns won, he didn't really contribute to the win....I think he threw for 0 TD's and 2 INT's and minimal yardage although they put a lot of points on the board.

I think he'll be much more enjoyable to watch than Cassel.

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And I laugh right back for thinking anyone is not better than Cassel. He is horrible. Really. I mean ass.

Brady Quinn has tons of talent compared with Cassel. That's why Cassel is a 6th rndr and Quinn is a 1st.

Why is that so far fetched? It isn't.
Cassel was a 7th rounder that didn't play in college.
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:16 AM   #131
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Is it ok that I want Brady Quinn to go out and play above average/well/better than Cassel and we still lose games? It worked with Thigpen. But of course we didn't have a defense in 08.

I want Quinn to look like a solid back up, but make it obvious that we need a QB in 2013.
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:26 AM   #132
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Is it ok that I want Brady Quinn to go out and play above average/well/better than Cassel and we still lose games? It worked with Thigpen. But of course we didn't have a defense in 08.

I want Quinn to look like a solid back up, but make it obvious that we need a QB in 2013.
I wouldn't mind a bit if Quinn turns out to be ready and finally in a good situation as a Chief and starts the next 10 years if he turns into Trent Green II.
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:31 AM   #133
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Who the hell would like that guy? I sure as hell didnt.
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:33 AM   #134
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Quinn has very few weaknesses other than lack of experience
Pretty soon he will troll for Stanzi too.
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Old 10-11-2012, 12:34 AM   #135
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Quinn is not as good a QB as Cassel he can't anticipate as well, does not have a feel for the pocket and isn't as accurate. All that being said if he can just not throw interceptions and fumble the ball away he will be an improvment over Cassel. Will it be enough to win the West, probably not.
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