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View Poll Results: Who do you think will be our Day One starter at QB next season?
Matt Cassel 18 14.06%
Brady Quinn 16 12.50%
Ricky F'ing Stanzi 2 1.56%
Alex Tanney 1 0.78%
Brodie Croyle 0 0%
Tom Brady 2 1.56%
Ryan Mallett 3 2.34%
Troy Brown 0 0%
Tim Tebow 1 0.78%
Kyle Orton 0 0%
Tyler Palko 0 0%
Jay Cutler 0 0%
Colt McCoy 0 0%
Charlie Batch 1 0.78%
Matt Moore 4 3.13%
Jimmy Clausen 1 0.78%
Matt Hasselbeck 2 1.56%
Peyton Manning 0 0%
One of those Cardinals quarterbacks 0 0%
Donald Stephenson (filling in for Russell Wilson) 1 0.78%
Jamaal Charles - full-time wildcat 1 0.78%
A guy currently starting for another NFL team, not otherwise named 0 0%
A guy whos a hot young backup for another NFL team, not otherwise named (a la Flynn last year) 3 2.34%
A guy whos a languishing young backup for another NFL team, not otherwise named 0 0%
An older veteran backup for another NFL team, not otherwise named 4 3.13%
A 1st round rookie 51 39.84%
A 2nd or 3rd round rookie 2 1.56%
A 4th through 7th round rookie 1 0.78%
An undrafted rookie 0 0%
Some guy from the CFL or other alternative league 0 0%
Some guy off the street who has never played organized football, like maybe Todd Haley 0 0%
Scott Pioli, as a moneysaving move 3 2.34%
A dog or other quadruped 0 0%
A monkey or other primate 3 2.34%
An inanimate object like a chair or rock 7 5.47%
Im waiting to see what the banner says about it 1 0.78%
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Old 10-08-2012, 06:13 PM  
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Who do you think will be our Day One starter at QB next season?

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Of those 66 first round QB picks, I only count 5 that took the team that drafted them to a SB win (6 if you count Eli Manning since the Giants essentially got him with a draft day maneuver and a little help from Archie. 4 if you don't count Trent Dilfer). Did I miss any? That's depressing.
Oops, I shouldn't have counted Trent Dilfer to begin with. That makes it 4 (or 5 if you count Eli).
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Old 10-10-2012, 07:06 PM   #62
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I am afraid that Cassel will be the starter next year if Pioli is still the GM. I am through if that is the case. I have been attending Chiefs games since the 1960s. Family has had season tickets for over 40 years. No more if Cassel remains the QB. No more. I can't take it anymore.
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