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In the end, as much as I like Suh, if I was a Lambs fan I'd want the QB. The same value question we have with Berry is there with Suh. There is just no position in the modern NFL that can change a team's fortunes as much as QB. Add Warren Sapp in his prime to the Lambs and they win 1 or 2 more games. Add a guy like Eli Manning and they are 8-8.
This years QB class is weak sauce (especially with JL returning to college). If I was Spags I would draft Suh in the first round, and look for a QB in the second round.
R2 QB's are a waste of time.
what would be a good pro prospect comparison for bradford? Phillip rivers?
Quote from: dalbuc on December 17, 2009, 12:07:38 PMR2 QB's are a waste of time. Ken AndersonJoe TheismanJawsMontanaBoomer EsiasonRandal CunninghamJake PlummerDrew BreesBrett FavreI agree with you but there are a LOT of exceptions.
Quote from: All_da_way on December 17, 2009, 11:52:00 AMThis years QB class is weak sauce (especially with JL returning to college). If I was Spags I would draft Suh in the first round, and look for a QB in the second round. R2 QB's are a waste of time. You either draft one early or wait late and take a swing for the fences. The only hope the Lambs might have is to try and backdoor into R1 to get a QB who slides some.
bradford would have been the hands down first qb taken if he would have not got hurt... and he still could be but alot of stuff has to happen intill the draft including 3 more games
ESPN's Rumor central is reporting that despite the Rams praising Suh, half of the FO is pushing for Bradford. You can bet that if Bradford can show he has no ill effects from the shoulder injury the Rams will more than likely draft him, leaving Suh to whomever is next in the draft, hopefully the Bucs.