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Old 01-28-2013, 09:26 AM  
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Alex Smith to ask for release

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If no draft picks are involved, does that change your opinion on bringing him in?

Draft pick, Smith, Stanzi(?) as your QB's in camp.
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Old 01-28-2013, 04:55 PM   #151
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:21 PM   #152
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Even if he only got them a fourth rounder in a trade, they would be foregoing a free fourth rounder to acquiesce to his wishes. That's idiotic.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:25 PM   #153
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If Alex Smith becomes a free agent, we should absolutely sign him.

Trading picks for him... eh. We have way too many holes to trade picks unless it's bringing in more picks.

He would be a fine veteran starter. He played well for SF down the stretch last year and for a chunk of this year.

Someone compared him to Trent Green. Is that a bad thing? Green - who by the way had a powerful offensive line with a franchise left tackle - was the best QB this team's had since before most of you were born.

We sign Smith, then in the draft we take BPA at #1 and get two QBs later in the draft, preferably higher in the rest of the draft.

That's the highest tide we could bring in in terms of talent, IMO.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:28 PM   #154
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If Alex Smith becomes a free agent, we should absolutely sign him.

Trading picks for him... eh. We have way too many holes to trade picks unless it's bringing in more picks.

He would be a fine veteran starter. He played well for SF down the stretch last year and for a chunk of this year.

Someone compared him to Trent Green. Is that a bad thing? Green - who by the way had a powerful offensive line with a franchise left tackle - was the best QB this team's had since before most of you were born.

We sign Smith, then in the draft we take BPA at #1 and get two QBs later in the draft, preferably higher in the rest of the draft.

That's the highest tide we could bring in in terms of talent, IMO.
What 2 Qbs are you wanting to take later?

Geno Smith> Alex Smith + Landry Jones + Sorenson.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:30 PM   #155
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"BPA at 1."

Great. We could have Nearly Headless Nick play for us. AND Alex Smith.

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Old 01-28-2013, 05:31 PM   #156
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Someone compared him to Trent Green. Is that a bad thing? Green - who by the way had a powerful offensive line with a franchise left tackle - was the best QB this team's had since before most of you were born.
And they won all those games in the playoffs too...oh wait...
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:31 PM   #157
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What 2 Qbs are you wanting to take later?

Geno Smith> Alex Smith + Landry Jones + Sorenson.
EJ Manuel and Zac Dysert.

You know, Cam Newton and Ben Roethlisberger.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:32 PM   #158
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What 2 Qbs are you wanting to take later?

Geno Smith> Alex Smith + Landry Jones + Sorenson.
I'm sure that is what Lions fans said about Joey Harrington.

We bring in one guy who we know already can play the position in the NFL, and then we work on our projects too. This is the steady improvement approach.

With the team the way it is, we won't be competing for the postseason the first year anyway.
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:32 PM   #159
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I compared him to Trent Green because the Rams had him as the starter, then found somebody better. Then they let him rot until we came by and coughed up a 1st rounder to not win any playoff games.
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Worst QB play in league history and these dumb****s want to stay status quo....WOW, what is the definition of insanity again?
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Old 01-28-2013, 05:34 PM   #161
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Yeah, no draft picks, but good, WINNING qb to get us throught the next year or two while we groom his successor...Who else?
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I'm sure that is what Lions fans said about Joey Harrington.

We bring in one guy who we know already can play the position in the NFL, and then we work on our projects too. This is the steady improvement approach.

With the team the way it is, we won't be competing for the postseason the first year anyway.
Joey Harrington wasn't responsible for that 0-16 season. He also wasn't responsible for the revolving door of brokedick veterans that kept the team from really competing after they got rid of Harrington. That's the fault of the Lions for getting too scared to draft another guy just because Harrington happened.

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Old 01-28-2013, 05:35 PM   #163
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I'm sure that is what Lions fans said about Joey Harrington.

We bring in one guy who we know already can play the position in the NFL, and then we work on our projects too. This is the steady improvement approach.

With the team the way it is, we won't be competing for the postseason the first year anyway.
Uh, Brandon Albert and Donald Stephenson?


I'll sig bet you for a month (if you last that long) that Albert or Stephenson playing behind Geno have a better PFF pass-blocking rating that Joeckel with any team he gets drafted for.
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Someone compared him to Trent Green. Is that a bad thing?
That someone is a ****ing idiot, and I hope that someone isn't offended by me using ****ing.
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I compared him to Trent Green because the Rams had him as the starter, then found somebody better. Then they let him rot until we came by and coughed up a 1st rounder to not win any playoff games.
Look up Green's numbers, were they not good enough to win in the postseason?

Was Trent Green a great talent at QB, or did he just play the game the right way, and have the benefit of the best offensive line in football?
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