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#41 SuperMan


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Posted 20 December 2010 - 02:10 AM

yea and if frogs had wings they wouldnt bump there arses..... i still have more post than u peon,dismissed.

Yet I still have more rep and pie than you in 100 less posts, so your the peon now get on your knees and plant tuplips.

#42 davos



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Posted 20 December 2010 - 01:14 PM

I would be fine if we did this....

Step 1: Sign Mcnabb this offseason (need to do this anyway even with Luck). Most likely wont be retained and he did wonders for Vick up in Phili. I think he is the perfect mentor for Newton.

Step 2 *assuming luck declares: Trade number one pick for a crap ton of picks. (I'm talking like at least 2 1st 2 2nds and a 3rd or even 2 3rds) to say either the Bengals, Broncos, Bills, or Cards.

Step 3: Draft Newton with that 1st.

This to me would actually be far better overall for our Franchise. Newton really does have everything you look for physically in a QB and I think he needs a solid good influence on him in the locker room and I can think of few better then Mcnabb. If he stays out of trouble and gets a good QB coach he could be great (possible even better then Luck who can say).

Then we could upgrade our lines in the 2nd and 3rd (Someone like DT Fua out of Stanford or maybe even Pouncey if he falls in the 2nd and a RG/DT in the 3rd). Then we would have 2 1st and 2 2nds in 2012. We would look as good as the Pats do this offseason.

But there is no way in hell I am giving up Luck for anyless then that blockbuster deal. I think Luck has possible more upside then Peyton did. But Newton would be a nice consolation prize.

Pretty much agree. I think Newton could be a really solid NFL QB. Hopefully he learned over the past year that stuff from the past can really come up and bite you in the as$.

In the chance we wind up with him next year, we no doubt need a QB to mentor the kid, maybe McNabb, but this would result in us most likely becoming a WC offense imo

#43 KBRed


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Posted 20 December 2010 - 02:42 PM

here's a question. would you be as high on Newton if he were the exact same QB, but was white?

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