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#30 : January 14, 2008, 04:39:07 PM

Simms is twice as good as McCown I dont care what anyone says I bet we trade or cut him and he does really well in another teams offense.


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#31 : January 14, 2008, 04:42:50 PM

Simms is twice as good as McCown

AHAHAHAHA!

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#32 : January 14, 2008, 04:49:03 PM

Simms is twice as good as McCown I dont care what anyone says I bet we trade or cut him and he does really well in another teams offense.
Agree witht the bolded portion.

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#33 : January 14, 2008, 04:51:49 PM

regardless of Simms blowing ability, he can throw the ball a lot better than Garcia and if we are going to have any good/great weapons we need someone to get them the ball

What????  Did you watch the first 2 games of '06 or the '05 Playoff game?  It's football not volleyball.  The idea is to throw to our receivers, not get the ball spiked back in your face.

Simms is twice as good as McCown I dont care what anyone says I bet we trade or cut him and he does really well in another teams offense.

If the team is the Florida Firecats or another AFL2 team, maybe.


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#34 : January 14, 2008, 04:57:13 PM

#6. Tom Brady was a 6th round pick.

Tom Brady is a freakish exception that no sane person should go into a draft expecting to see replicated.  You draft a quarterback later than the third round (or probably more realistically after the second round), you expect him to be a backup.  If he develops beyond that, great, but expecting it is just silly.

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#35 : January 14, 2008, 04:59:18 PM

Romo and Garcia were undrafted.


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#36 : January 14, 2008, 05:02:44 PM

Maybe the buccs stumble accross someone like Romo this off season?

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#37 : January 14, 2008, 05:25:25 PM

Romo and Garcia were undrafted.

And Colston was a seventh rounder, June was a sixth rounder, Mark Anderson was a sixth rounder, Willie Parker was an UDFA,  etc.

Clearly, we should trade all of our draft picks for sixth and seventh rounders, amirite?

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#38 : January 14, 2008, 09:44:41 PM

I can't believe we're talking about Luke McCown as the future of this offense. Jeff Garcia is the QB for the next two years, and after that we'll have someone starting for us that isn't on the team right now.

Luke is a great fill-in, and could be one of the best #2s in the league...but come on people.

Perhaps Donovan McNabb in 2 years...

Ummmm, and what would be wrong with next year? Garcia backing up McNabb.... Winner!

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#39 : January 14, 2008, 09:47:21 PM

I don't care for McNabb, but Gruden liked him coming out of college. The Iggles drafted him on Gruden's advice.

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#40 : January 14, 2008, 10:49:24 PM

1) Bring in TWO good free agent recievers.

2) Bring in a good free agent center.

3) Draft whomever is the best QB available at #20 or 21 and groom him for the future while cutting Grads loose.


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#41 : January 14, 2008, 11:02:47 PM

I don't care for McNabb, but Gruden liked him coming out of college. The Iggles drafted him on Gruden's advice.

DTG,
why not McNabb...what about him do you not care for?

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#42 : January 14, 2008, 11:28:03 PM

DTG,
why not McNabb...what about him do you not care for?

His ability to make a boneheaded mistake at the most inopportune moment, ala Griese.
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