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panthers04100

backup qb for next season

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No I would rather have The Golden Calf of Bristol.

Sarcasm

Actually that would be a much better fit for our offense than Sanchez. Plus he can close out 4th quarters. We might actually successfully pull of what the Jets are trying to do with their dual quarterback approach and swap them out right after the 3rd quarter.

Or we could get a good QB...either way,

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Are people really saying no? In the event Anderson leaves, Sanchez would be far better than most backups around the NFL. The only issue is he likely wouldn't come cheap, making this an unlikely scenario. Still, people act as if we have to have a great backup QB. It'd be nice but it's unlikely you'll find one. Thus Sanchez would certainly be a good one.

Another thing is a backup QB is more than just someone who does the job right. That is why you see a guy like Vince Young, as talented as he may be, likely done in the NFL. A backup QB has to be someone who is smart and is able to help out the starter. Not sure if Sanchez is that kind of guy but as bad as Clausen is, he might actually be a great backup. And look at how long shoddy QBs are still in the league ala Charlie Batch solely because they are good at helping and preparing the starter on the sidelines.

Besides, if Newton goes down, we're screwed either way.

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it all depends on which QB best fits the type spread offense we'll be running.

Armanti Edwards! :thumbsu:

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it all depends on which QB best fits the type spread offense we'll be running.

I'm hoping we aren't running the spread.

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I'm hoping we aren't running the spread.

lol i was wondering if someone was going to pick up on that.

anyway...yeah, i wouldn't want to run an offense that can put up the offensive numbers like the patriots and saints and the broncos are now. why would i want an offense that is built to capitalize on the new rules protecting the passing game?

it's quite possible that we will be running some form of the spread. the spread is spreading through the league. in a couple years it will be the most run offense in the NFL.

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lol i was wondering if someone was going to pick up on that.

anyway...yeah, i wouldn't want to run an offense that can put up the offensive numbers like the patriots and saints and the broncos are now. why would i want an offense that is built to capitalize on the new rules protecting the passing game?

it's quite possible that we will be running some form of the spread. the spread is spreading through the league. in a couple years it will be the most run offense in the NFL.

I wouldn't mind it if we had receivers that could get consistent separation, but as it stands, the spread we run prevents us from running the ball at times to support the passing game.

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