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if kasay didnt choke, we would have won and Clausen played a big role in us having a chance.
Yeah he did have a big hand/little hand in that...LOL but he hadn't checked down all game he would've had a bigger hand in it.

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the last hyped QB from the pac 10 is leading the jets right now.

And how did he do his rookie season?

Before you say "lead his team to the playoffs" please remember that the Jets O-line/running game and D lead them to the playoffs.

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hell yea he was the poo lol

Exactly, leinhart and Jarrett lit that conference up and look where they are at now? I'd rather bulk up our other needs and see if Clausen can grow into the position. What all these people think is that there's a simple quick fix...there's not, this team needs toaddtess many problems, qb not being one of them. Fix our o line and d line, and we're a much better team.

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he does try to lead receivers. Last week he tried to lead Rosario, and Rosario at down on a route, leading to an incompletion. :(

I do think he flees backwards too often, but I can't blame him when a second after the snap there are people surrounding him, often bearing straight in at him...

I hope you're wrong about Carring him, I think it is too early to say that. We'll see how he picks it up; the last two weeks haven't been nearly that bad for him... not for this offense, anyway.

I hope I am too, because it'd be nice to see him step it up next year to compete with whoever we add, because there is no doubt we are adding new weapons & QBs. Again, I don't want to root against Pickles but this season could be detrimental to his career and that's something people should consider when saying they want to see him develop and improve with the current sh*tstorm around him...a vulnerable rookie QB

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Only thing Jimmy killed was a small animal that saw his face on the way to the stadium.

He sucks. Most reasonable fans here wanted him to be good and be the future of the franchise. He is not. Face it. STFU.

The same "reasonable" fans that are cheering for losses but then pointing enraged fingers at whomever they can to place blame for losing?

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And how did he do his rookie season?

Before you say "lead his team to the playoffs" please remember that the Jets O-line/running game and D lead them to the playoffs.

had we given up more for clausen, were he more entrenched into the role as starter and the offense, if he was handpicked by the new coach who wanted him to be the cornerstone of his offense....i might argue for giving him more of a chance rather than passing up on luck this year. that isn't the case. it was obvious that sanchez was going to be the man. they traded up for him. rex thought that he was great for his new team.

it's just a good thing that rex had that opportunity to pick his own QB. the new coach we have should be able to do the same.

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I'm not trying to bash him, I was defending him over Moore for the first few weeks, but I really don't see a lot of positives from his game. It's been said already, but he really reminds me of a less athletic David Carr. At least thus far. He's nothing special physically, has a weak arm, has a low delivery point, has happy feet and gives up on routes quickly unless the WR is WIDE open or we're in desperation time.

I do think he's a smart QB and that he doesn't make stupid decisions too often. The offshot of this is that he looks scared to make any mistake at all or to throw a pass longer than 10 yards, unless again the WR is wide open.

But, anyways, most of what he did today ANY NFL QB could have done, which was short dump off passes to a RB for the majority of the game. I think that was smart play calling brought about by not trusting our QB much.

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elaborate

It's simple...what better QB than Luck, is available in this draft?

Also, Leinert has nothing whatsoever to do with this.

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Oh, and Clausen's play screams WCO QB. If we're going to leave him at starter next year, we're going to have to change up.

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Exactly, leinhart and Jarrett lit that conference up and look where they are at now? I'd rather bulk up our other needs and see if Clausen can grow into the position. What all these people think is that there's a simple quick fix...there's not, this team needs toaddtess many problems, qb not being one of them. Fix our o line and d line, and we're a much better team.

were it not for the fact that we wil likely have a first overall pick and we didn't ahve within reach one of the best QB prospects to come out in years, i would agree with that.

as it is, we have a chance to dramatically improve our QB situation (the most improtant position on the team) rather than just hope the guy we have will someday grow into the role.

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It's simple...what better QB than Luck, is available in this draft?

Also, Leinert has nothing whatsoever to do with this.

i have no idea, dont watch college untill bowl games. leinart was just an example of fail lol. im also not convinced QB is the biggest need on this team, so it makes the question kinda pointless.

i know im already getting tired of luck being deemed the saviour of the franchise when he hasnt even declared yet. im also in the school of thought that #1 picks are overrated and better dealt for more picks and less chance of a bust.

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