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Who is our emergency QB?

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I was just talking about this.  Lost in the Edwards cut, is who is the emergency QB?

 

Not sure if it was ever discussed when it happened, and I was just finally watching the Texans game and TJ Yates got a shot to the head.

 

SO my question is, God forbid this ever happen, who do you think would run the QB position if Cam and DA got hurt in the same game?  Would we just pull the Weinke and run WIldcat for the rest of the game?  Does anyone else have any experience at the QB position in college?

 

Just curious.

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DeAngelo.

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I just realized what I posted... We are fuged.

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McNutt

That is as good an answer as any, but he played like two seconds of QB at Iowa.

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Jimmy Clausen he is only a phone call away...

 

Jimmy is currently looking for any work and is selling energy stuff on twitter.

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I say fug it, Hardy thinks he can do everything else, just throw his ass back there and run QB power runs every play. :P

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Jimmy Clausen he is only a phone call away...

Jimmy is currently looking for any work and is selling energy stuff on twitter.

I started to laugh but then I felt sorry for him.

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Jimmy Clausen he is only a phone call away...

Jimmy is currently looking for any work and is selling energy stuff on twitter.

I'll take McNutt if that is the case :lol:

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