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I say draft one. It's cheaper and there's more potential.

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I say draft one. It's cheaper and there's more potential.

My theory is to have a qb on the PS and a veteran as the #2. That way, if you have an injury and the #2 gets promoted, the new #2 knows the offense. A developmental guy with a high upside who is a bit raw is fine.

This year, I do not think drafting a QB is a great idea. In years past, probably a good idea. Hurney bragged about not missing with first rounders, but he was bad everywhere else and never was good at drafting QB, CB, DT, or WR. I cannot believe this team as as good as it was.

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Ha, I love sweet Dee

When I lived in Cornelius I dated this bar tender that looked so much like her. Except said bar tender had some huge knockers. I mean perfect double d's. Man I miss 'Murica..

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When I lived in Cornelius I dated this bar tender that looked so much like her. Except said bar tender had some huge knockers. I mean perfect double d's. Man I miss 'Murica..

So are you Mexican by birth or do you live there for work?

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I say draft one. It's cheaper and there's more potential.

Cheaper? Sure.

More potential? Not a chance.

How many "low round" QBs are successes in the NFL again? Tom Brady was a phenomenon PRECISELY because good QBs rarely come out of the lower rounds. There's a reason for that.

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I say draft one. It's cheaper and there's more potential.

That'd put us pretty young at QB.

Don't really wanna go that route.

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How about taking a backup in the first round? Way it is looking Geno could slide to us at 14. 2 reason why this would be a good option. 1 would give us a backup that could play if something happens to Cam. 2nd If he does show potential we could trade him to a team that does need a starter for some first round picks.

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I'd love to have Moore back. Hater will always hate but the guy can play. Should have never given the reigns to Clausen in 2010.

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