Bleys, being a jerk about it doesnt prove your argument.
First of all I never even specified which qb i was talking about. You immediately jumped to Cam.
So where did I say I don't see his faults, or the "forest through the trees" as you put it? I also never said draft a qb just for the sake of drafting one. I stated my impatience with our GM's incompetence regarding qb's.
Now your just making assumptions which YOU created facts. Cute.
I'm done with the QB subject until after draft day. This offseason has just made some folks here pretentious asses..
obviously I can't see into the future. seeing into the future and making assumptions have nothing to do with anything I've said.
If you don't want me to be a jerk then don't ask me questions you already know the answers... For example, Can you see into the future? No, I can not. Throwing poo at the wall isn't going to help that matter either- No where did I make an assumption and pawn it off as a fact.
if you happen to NOT be done talking about QBs, I recommend you read my latest work.. or if you did read it, try re-reading it, or maybe have someone else read it to you so it will make better sense.
you can find it here: http://www.carolinah...17&postcount=72
Cam has nothing to do with the subject, he's an example. Pretend I just erased Cam's name with a #2 pencil eraser and then filled in any ONE of about a Trillion names...
IF your coach doesn't see what he needs in a QB prospect, you don't draft him. You're saying that we should draft a QB because you have no patience. Well, I think that's a horrible f**king idea and I've explained why.
people have just been spoonfed over time that if your team braintrust always plays it safe you'll watch them have plenty of success.
I mean just look at the decision-making suggestions people have that consist of getting back to contender level while stretching commitment and investment until it is literally insignificant relative to previous levels (i.e. trading down because no.1 pick holds just too much value to put into ANY pick, trading for Palmer while somehow getting more picks while restructuring his contract to the absolute least they think he'll play for, etc.) With these people infeasibility is basically nonexistent, as long as it lessens commitment and investment the FO should do it.
without a doubt, put your entire life savings down on this FACT.. the MOMENT someone mentions "should we sign this veteran", the very next response will always be "yes, to a vet minimum. if not, said player is not worth signing."
Edited by bleys, 21 April 2011 - 12:43 AM.