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Baz to Bears, O'Brien to New England

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Too bad to lose Brett. Not a huge stretch to say he might instantly become at least the second best QB on roster.

As to O'Brien, word is that nobody who had to work with him during his prior stint here would want him back. He's said to be a world class douchebag.

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Wow, I remember so many threads about Basanez over the past several years on here. Some saw potential but everyone in the organization loved his work ethic as he always seemed to be striving to become better by watching tape and doing all those little things that get noticed.

Now he just kind of fades away.

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Wow, I remember so many threads about Basanez over the past several years on here. Some saw potential but everyone in the organization loved his work ethic as he always seemed to be striving to become better by watching tape and doing all those little things that get noticed.

Now he just kind of fades away.

Not many on here thought much about him...

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Too bad to lose Brett. Not a huge stretch to say he might instantly become at least the second best QB on roster.

As to O'Brien, word is that nobody who had to work with him during his prior stint here would want him back. He's said to be a world class douchebag.

:iagree:

Shoot, Brett may be the best QB on their roster now. :biggrinjester:

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Baz has potential. I'm kind of a homer, I used to watch him play on saturdays for 3 years. But he broke every Northwestern QB record, several BigTen records, and finished #13 in NCAA history in total yards.

Naysayers will say it was the system, not the QB. I will admit that it was a quick pass offense with a lot of very short quick routes which will undoubtedly inflate a QBs #'s to a certain extent. What people forget to mention is that he did this with no talent around him. He never had a single big play threat or go-to tight end. Not one of his wideouts or TE's was ever even drafted.

I'm still astonished he did as well as he did considering how many passes I watched bounce off receivers hands.

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Good for Baz.....he seems like a good guy and he worked hard. Now he is playing close to home (at least college anyway). I wish him the best.

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