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Orlovsky had Calvin Johnson

Fitzpatick had Chad Johnson and TJ Housmanzadah.

You make it seem as if Jake Delhomme is the only QB that has a good WR.

Megatron doesn't have the leaps that Smitty does. Ochocinco didn't play for much of this season and Houshmanzadeh isn't a #1 receiver.

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Would the quarterback have covered Larry Fitzgerald?

No and that's why I didn't guarantee that we would have beaten the Cards.

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14 good games

3 bad games

12-4

Who would you recommended as the starting QB next season?

And what do you think our record would have been this past season if we had a "good" QB?

I am actually on your side this time.

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Megatron doesn't have the leaps that Smitty does. Ochocinco didn't play for much of this season and Houshmanzadeh isn't a #1 receiver.

Chad played 13 games and Calvin being 6'5 makes up for him not being able to jump as high as Smitty.

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Megatron doesn't have the leaps that Smitty does. Ochocinco didn't play for much of this season and Houshmanzadeh isn't a #1 receiver.

Houshmanzadeh is a number one receiver. He just played on a team that had another one.

That is like saying Anquan Boldin is not a number one receiver because Larry Fitzgerald his opposite of him. Boldin just needs an oppurtunity to be a number one receiver.

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Chad played 13 games and Calvin being 6'5 makes up for him not being able to jump as high as Smitty.

That's all well and good. The fact remains that people tried to use those Green Bay and New Orleans comebacks to crown Jake's ass, when it was 95% Steve Smith that won us those games. Anyone with a big enough arm and years of practice with Smith could have also thrown the ball 45 yards down the field for him to make spectacular catches to grab.

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Houshmanzadeh is a number one receiver. He just played on a team that had another one.

That is like saying Anquan Boldin is not a number one receiver because Larry Fitzgerald his opposite of him. Boldin just needs an oppurtunity to be a number one receiver.

TJ is very overrated. He's a great route runner and good hands, but he doesn't have explosive speed nor is he great at breaking tackles and YACing it down the field.

Anquan is worlds better than TJ.

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TJ is very overrated. He's a great route runner and good hands, but he doesn't have explosive speed nor is he great at breaking tackles and YACing it down the field.

Anquan is worlds better than TJ.

Do you even watch Football

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Which one of those would you not take over Jake?

Romo, Campbell, Eli, Hill, Rogers, Cassel, Edwards, Pennington, Schaub, Thigpen, Palmer, and Quinn. Flacco would be on this list if he wasn't a rookie.

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Megatron doesn't have the leaps that Smitty does. Ochocinco didn't play for much of this season and Houshmanzadeh isn't a #1 receiver.

Housh isn't a #1 receiver? um okay. Yea he sucks! you are really losing credibility here.

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