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    • Runole

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      1. The amount of veteran QB’s on new teams.
      2. A rebirth of the value of great decision making drop back pocket QB’s
      3. Verification of 2? San Fran going for Mac Jones?
      4. Unchanged? The MSM’s love affair with the cowboys. What have they done since 1995?
      5. Even more reaching at the QB position too early. (The Mahome effect?)

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    • Welsh Buc

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      I think in terms of the reaching for QBs – it’s becoming more and more evident that you can’t win it all (rarely) without a top QB.

      Look at the last 4 standing this season for instance.

      Of course there are outliers such as Foles, but that is very rare.

    • FinkleisEinhorn

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      The biggest effect was the disgruntlement of other top qbs.

      Watson, Wilson and Rogers watched an unhappy Brady leave NE and go to a team that was willing to cater to his ideas, player suggestions and play design…and they saw the results.

      As the 1%s in the league, they want the same decision power. 3 of these 3 qbs may be playing for different teams in a year.

    • Runole

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      Additionally, the Buc’s “The future is now” vs ” The future is 2-5 years from now” sent a reality check to anyone with a very good starting QB considering drafting a QB in the first round. Atlanta comes to mind from listening to the talking heads. No way do they trade their pick or go for a QB. IMO they go for Pitts. Hope I am wrong.

    • Runole

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      The biggest effect was the disgruntlement of other top qbs.

      Watson, Wilson and Rogers watched an unhappy Brady leave NE and go to a team that was willing to cater to his ideas, player suggestions and play design…and they saw the results.

      As the 1%s in the league, they want the same decision power. 3 of these 3 qbs may be playing for different teams in a year.

      agree!

    • BuccaNOLEer

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      The biggest effect was the disgruntlement of other top qbs.

      Watson, Wilson and Rogers watched an unhappy Brady leave NE and go to a team that was willing to cater to his ideas, player suggestions and play design…and they saw the results.

      As the 1%s in the league, they want the same decision power. 3 of these 3 qbs may be playing for different teams in a year.

      Two of the three probably will. In fact, after Brady hangs it up, I can see Rodgers coming to Tampa.

      Watson will probably be getting his shit pushed in by Bubba and Big Willie.

    • BucBalla85

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      Is it just me or did anyone else watch way more ESPN/NFL net this past year due to the Brady signing and then even more after they won it? Really didn’t watch much of that before this last year. Mostly due to the programming talking about the same things/teams. They are doing the same thing now but it’s tampa now because of Brady lol.

    • seekpar

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      Seems like Watson needs some decision power for sure.

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