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Mr. Scot

The future of Clausen

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If we could get something for DA I would be all for this scenario.  If Cam goes down I do not really see either of them playing at the level we would need to get to the playoffs or anything.

That and with an already hard schedule vs our starters the year would be lost if smitty or cam are down. No need in wasting a 1M unnecessary dead money hit into 2014 to exchange Jimmy's 53rd spot for another useless 53rd player. 

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I would really like to Clausen have a solid performance against the Steelers and potentially set ourselves up for a OL trade.

even so, at his face value what we would get in return is already our OL issue. smh... we need proven vet help that isn't likely to be injured. 

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Assuming he gets cut, where might he end up?  You know he wants a chance to compete for a starting position, and there are some pretty horrific QB situations around the league in a few spots (Buffalo, Oakland come to mind).

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Jimmy goes on and becomes the next Brett Favre.

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Assuming he gets cut, where might he end up? You know he wants a chance to compete for a starting position, and there are some pretty horrific QB situations around the league in a few spots (Buffalo, Oakland come to mind).

Somewhere with a West Coast Offense.

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You know he's never played in a WCO, right?

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You know he's never played in a WCO, right?

I know his skill set is way better suited to it.

Weis ran an Earhardt-Perkins system at Notre Dame. Not WCO technically, but closer than the base Coryell we run.

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but the Panthers have always carried 3 QBs on their roster and Gettleman did so in New York as well. In this day and age of injuries to QBs, why risk having only 2 available on game day?

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Assuming he gets cut, where might he end up?  You know he wants a chance to compete for a starting position, and there are some pretty horrific QB situations around the league in a few spots (Buffalo, Oakland come to mind).

 

 

KC would be as good a pick as any.  If I were him, that's what I would be looking at.

 

Reid can make average/below average QB's look like legit starters.

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If you need a quarterback really bad, we have a really bad quarterback.

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