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spkb25 11-11-2005 03:40 PM

this of course with us firing haz and coimpany first

Euphoria 11-11-2005 03:46 PM

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What has AMac proved thus far? That he's not smart and can't learn the playbook quickly. Are you really willing to turn this team over to a kid who has never played an NFL game, or leave it with AB?

and your USC QB has proven what in the NFL?

saintswhodi 11-11-2005 03:51 PM

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Originally Posted by TheDeuce
What has AMac proved thus far? That he's not smart and can't learn the playbook quickly. Are you really willing to turn this team over to a kid who has never played an NFL game, or leave it with AB?

and your USC QB has proven what in the NFL?

Well, at least he played more than one year at the highest college level, and has won a national title and the Heisman. He is a consensus number one pick, and is more NFL ready than any other QB in the draft. Next question.

BlackandBlue 11-11-2005 05:17 PM

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more NFL ready than any other QB in the draft. Next question.
Not only this draft, but last year, and the year before. I don't think I've seen a guy with this many positives since his predecessor. And we all see how he's doing this year.

That's why I'm really hard headed about aquiring a QB in the first round this year. It will take some years for anyone to adjust to the NFL at that position, and I would like to secure that spot on my roster as early as possible.

TallySaint 11-11-2005 05:21 PM

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Not only this draft, but last year, and the year before. I don't think I've seen a guy with this many positives since his predecessor. And we all see how he's doing this year.

But with so many needs, would you sell the farm, if that were the case, to get him?




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ssmitty 11-11-2005 05:23 PM

with my first pick in the 2006 draft, i'd take terry bradshaw as the general manager.
the rest will fall in place..........
by the way, why is miami picking 1st?............................smitty

BlackandBlue 11-11-2005 05:25 PM

Would I be selling the farm if it came to my pick and he was still on the board. BPA, baby, BPA.

TallySaint 11-11-2005 05:28 PM

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It will take some years for anyone to adjust to the NFL at that position, and I would like to secure that spot on my roster as early as possible.

A point I've tried to make over and over... on deaf ears. What do we do in the mean-time? Keep Brooks or sign a veteran to keep us above water 'till the newbie gets his feet? I feel this is worth attention. Excuse me while I go out into my yard a scream.



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TallySaint 11-11-2005 05:30 PM

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Would I be selling the farm if it came to my pick and he was still on the board.

Nope. But then again, that wasn't my question. :wink:



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BlackandBlue 11-11-2005 05:32 PM

My answer to that question is in the other thread. You know, I have this thing about repeating myself.....

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on deaf ears.
Not necessarily. Just because people may not have responded, does not mean that they were not in agreement. Unless I have something valuable to add, more than likely, I will be in silent agreement as well.

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that wasn't my question.
Correct. If you are referring to trading up, then no, I've never been a fan. But I'm not all that concerned about the number of spots between the 1st pick and where the Saints pick, either ;)


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