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Old 11-02-2012, 04:10 AM  
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Peter King: Scouts not impressed with 2013 QB class

Bad year to pick a QB 1, 2 or 3. QBs sinking like stones in eyes of NFL scouts.


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Old 11-02-2012, 10:40 AM   #46
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Know which years 2013's QB class is better than?

2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2003
2002
2001
2000

And that's just since the turn of the century.

This is a pretty good class. It is a good year to suck for a QB.
Good point but I'd take Matt Stafford over this class any day of the week.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:41 AM   #47
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Brock Osweiller probably woulda been the top QB on the board this year if he stayed.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:42 AM   #48
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Good point but I'd take Matt Stafford over this class any day of the week.
I disagree. I'd rather have Geno Smith than Matt Stafford. But I'll take your point into consideration.

Who came after Stafford? Sanchez and Freeman. Two of the slapdickiest slapdicks who ever slapped dicks together.

Barkley and Wilson are both > those two.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:43 AM   #49
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Brock Osweiller probably woulda been the top QB on the board this year if he stayed.
Are you and BobTard related?
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:43 AM   #50
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Brock Osweiller probably woulda been the top QB on the board this year if he stayed.
Now is not the time for your trollery, ****face. We have ZERO patience for your idiocy. Go back to your homer thread and stay there until the draft is over.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:45 AM   #51
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Know which years 2013's QB class is better than?

2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
2003
2002
2001
2000

And that's just since the turn of the century.

This is a pretty good class. It is a good year to suck for a QB.
Agreed.

People look to the 2012 class and claim it to be the new normal. I disagree with you a little on the 2011 class, I don't think it was that bad.

There are a bunch of guys in this draft that you can win with. This will actually prove to be a pretty good QB class when all is said and done. Is there an RGIII or Luck at the top of it? Eh, probably not (though I think Smith can be better than RGIII, it will just take him a bit). But there are certainly guys like Wilson that can be successful and Barkley that could actually be excellent in a WCO. Oh, and that's not even getting into guys like Manuel who may be insanely good if he develops (he has more raw talent than Gabbert) and Bray who could be the best of them all...if his terminal douche does stand in his way.

Granted, some of them may not come out, but guys like Smith, Barkley, Wilson and Manuel will be there and that's 4 legitimate starter quality QB prospects.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:45 AM   #52
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I find it hilarious when Message board posters use the term "watch the tape".

What tape? His youtube highlights?

They're "studying the film" too.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:46 AM   #53
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Who gives a flying shit about the "class".

All the Chiefs need to be concerned with is ONE guy.

There's more than a month of college games left, plus bowl season PLUS the Combines, which leaves plenty of time for guys to step up and separate themselves.

There will be at least two QB's taken in the Top Five and depending on early entry, three in the top ten. This isn't 2010. It's cheap to take a QB and if he doesn't pan out, take another two years.

But stop with the "scout" bullshit.
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Good point but I'd take Matt Stafford over this class any day of the week.
Hell yeah, no one is even close.

Look, I hope we get one of these guys and I hope he works out. The thing is that I don't see any greatness in these guys. Alot of people feel that way. Don't get mad about it people. Maybe one of them will turn into a good player like Andy Dalton or Christian Ponder? Who knows but, I'm not getting my hopes up.

Calling people who feel this way "homers" is really off the mark. The truth is that those who wish to sell their soul to Geno or whoever are the "homers." You are putting all of your hope into guys that aren't doing what we need them to do on their college team. We need a big time leader at QB. We are going to be losing for quite a while and we need leadership on both sides of the ball more than anything.

At this point, I think the homers are the people who have hope at all. You are setting yourselves up for disappointment imo. Even if there were five good QB prospects there is still only a 30% success rate.
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Old 11-02-2012, 10:50 AM   #56
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Brock Osweiller probably woulda been the top QB on the board this year if he stayed.


You're like LAChieffan, only serious. And pathetic.
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Matt Stafford is overrated.

Can't be a top-flight QB if you can't stay on the field.
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Hell yeah, no one is even close.

Look, I hope we get one of these guys and I hope he works out. The thing is that I don't see any greatness in these guys. Alot of people feel that way. Don't get mad about it people. Maybe one of them will turn into a good player like Andy Dalton or Christian Ponder? Who knows but, I'm not getting my hopes up.

Calling people who feel this way "homers" is really off the mark. The truth is that those who wish to sell their soul to Geno or whoever are the "homers." You are putting all of your hope into guys that aren't doing what we need them to do on their college team. We need a big time leader at QB. We are going to be losing for quite a while and we need leadership more than anything.

At this point, I think the homers are the people who have hope at all. You are setting yourselves up for disappointment imo. Even with five good QB prospects there is still only a 30% success rate.
Then do yourself a favor and give up.

And then do us a favor and go away.
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Is this the same Peter King who picked KC to win the AFCW in SI? Idiot.
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Calling people who feel this way "homers" is really off the mark. The truth is that those who wish to sell their soul to Geno or whoever are the "homers." You are putting all of your hope into guys that aren't doing what we need them to do on their college team. We need a big time leader at QB. We are going to be losing for quite a while and we need leadership on both sides of the ball more than anything.
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