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TheRed    18,325

I did and I'd still take him as a back up.

He's been just above mediocre his whole career. I can't call him an improvement over Anderson.

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rayzor    10,783

First things first.

What philosophy/team identity, coach will be here next season.

After that, you fill in the blanks

This is cart before horse thread

that's kind of what i was hinting at with my spread offense post. i wasn't completely serious, but then again i wouldn't be surprised either.

most likely scenario is that the new HC and OC will be brought in not only to build an offense around newton, but because their offensive mindset and experience will probably be something that is used to working with an offense that can fit cam's skillset and one in which he probably has experience in.

then a backup will probably be picked who has experience in that kind of system or would be able to fit it. more than likely it won't be either QB that is on the roster right now. beyond that i'm not making any guesses. i just hope it's not us going after the shiniest available backup and hoping that he can fit what the offense does.

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Mr. Scot    35,021

I'd pretty much keep Anderson over about anyone mentioned in this thread.

If there's a coaching change though, good chance the new guy will want a backup who knows his system.

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CRA    12,283

As soon as Chud is gone.....so is Anderson. He stinks.

We need to draft a backup. Have both learn new scheme.

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rayzor    10,783

As soon as Chud is gone.....so is Anderson. He stinks.

We need to draft a backup. Have both learn new scheme.

We need a veteran to keep cam positive and focused that's what our backup qb needs to be

i kind of think we need to do both. get an experienced set of eyes on the sidelines and in the meeting room and then a younger guy that can jump in if needed.

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Mr. Scot    35,021

Very iffy on Alex Smith, especially if you're not running a West Coast Offense.

If you're running anything outside of a WCO, Smith is a definite no-no.

(and even in that, he's had to repeatedly be coached to get the ball out quicker)

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