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Old 01-08-2013, 12:17 PM  
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Texas A&M LT Joeckel is coming out for draft

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Texas A&M LT Luke Joeckel is skipping his SR yr to enter NFL draft, per source as initially reported by @billyliucci
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:39 PM   #76
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Jarvis Jones hype is over?
Spinal stenosis. I'm not even going to type out coherent posts if a true fan pimps Jarvis Jones.

I'll just say "spinal stenosis." That's it. He might reply with "Oh, does that mean he's never going to be good?" and I'll reply to that with "spinal stenosis."

That should do the trick. I encourage you to do the same.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:39 PM   #77
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Spinal stenosis. I'm not even going to type out coherent posts if a true fan pimps Jarvis Jones.

I'll just say "spinal stenosis." That's it. He might reply with "Oh, does that mean he's never going to be good?" and I'll reply to that with "spinal stenosis."

That should do the trick. I encourage you to do the same.
Fair enough.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:40 PM   #78
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yeah.. I've learned that we have 52 players on this team and the majority of them are crap. I've also learned that when a franchise falls in love with one player they end up with Jamarcus Russell.
It wasn't just one team.

One well-known TV analyst said Jamarcus Russell was the biggest raw talent he'd EVER seen and was the best QB prospect since John Elway. That same analyst says there aren't any QBs in this draft worthy of the #1 pick.

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I'm really starting to believe that if the actual Willie Roaf and the actual Christian Ponder were in the draft. This board would crucify anyone who would say to pick Roaf.
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Just seems to be QB or bust.
30 years of failure will do that to a fan. We've tried EVERY method to get a QB EXCEPT drafting one in the 1st round. That's the only method we haven't tried.

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BTW... from Andy Reid's comments in the PC... seems that he isn't sold on a QB at no.1 this year either.
Andy Reid isn't sold on ANYTHING yet. He just started. He said HE HASN'T LOOKED AT IT YET.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:40 PM   #79
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i can't take it

first caller into 810 says, "let's draft that tackle jockey with the #1 pick..."
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:40 PM   #80
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Is it possible for the walrus to not draft a QB with the first pick and still address the gaping hole we have behind the center? Sure.

But trading for Alex ****ing Smith isn't going to cut it. So he better have some magic ****ing beans if he drafts anything but a QB with the first pick.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:41 PM   #81
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Spinal stenosis. I'm not even going to type out coherent posts if a true fan pimps Jarvis Jones.

I'll just say "spinal stenosis." That's it. He might reply with "Oh, does that mean he's never going to be good?" and I'll reply to that with "spinal stenosis."

That should do the trick. I encourage you to do the same.
I can't believe that a team would draft him in the first round. The dude's career could be over after any play.

I doubt he'll pass many team physicals.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:41 PM   #82
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lol.. Really? If its such horseshit, how does Colin Klein make it as a Heisman finalist and your God Geno doesn't?

This QB class is SO good that a Freshman QB won just about every major QB award.


Lets forget about the fact that we could potentially lose Brandon Albert and Dwayne Bowe, giving us 2 major holes to fill. Not to mention that we have NOTHING on the other side of Brandon Flowers.

MEDIOCRE college QB or BUST!!!
I didn't know that post season awards were the benchmark for a QB prospect. That Eric Crouch was sure a great pro QB as were Danny Wuerfull and Gino Toretta smh
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:41 PM   #83
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i can't take it

first caller into 810 says, "let's draft that tackle jockey with the #1 pick..."
And the response by the radio guys?
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:43 PM   #84
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But you have to agree that this is a very DOWN QB year.
This is a better QB year than 2010 AND 2011. It's easily on par with 2009 when Stafford went #1 overall.

The ONLY reason people are saying this is because they can see Luck and RG3 in their rear view mirror.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:43 PM   #85
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And the response by the radio guys?
KK said "drafting LT's has worked for us for years..."

KK saw the light on QB...he is on board


the caller thinks Wilson will be there in the 2nd...so let's make sure we draft OL, it's more important!
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:43 PM   #86
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You really should just shoot yourself and save everybody the trouble because you are ****ing stupid.
If I'm so stupid, could you tell me why Geno is so great? I know I hadn't even heard of him before this year.

All I really know about him is that he is 6'3" around 210lbs and throws kinda funny.

My greatest hope is that he is a McNabb clone if we do draft him, but I'm just not seeing that he is that good against good competition.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:44 PM   #87
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i can't take it

first caller into 810 says, "let's draft that tackle jockey with the #1 pick..."
Well to be fair the caller said we should take Tyler Wilson...

IN THE SECOND ROUND.

People in Kansas City just have no concept of how much a QB is worth.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:45 PM   #88
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If I'm so stupid, could you tell me why Geno is so great? I know I hadn't even heard of him before this year.

All I really know about him is that he is 6'3" around 210lbs and throws kinda funny.

My greatest hope is that he is a McNabb clone if we do draft him, but I'm just not seeing that he is that good against good competition.
He doesn't throw funny at all. He easily has the best natural throwing motion in the draft.
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Old 01-08-2013, 01:46 PM   #89
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This is a better QB year than 2010 AND 2011. It's easily on par with 2009 when Stafford went #1 overall.

The ONLY reason people are saying this is because they can see Luck and RG3 in their rear view mirror.
Good point. I remember thinking Stafford was a reach at #1 and that was clearly wrong. He's a very good Pro QB.

I really hope I'm wrong here and Geno is awesome and everyone on CP can drop their load all over themselves.

But considering this was a Luke Joekel thread, I thought I would try to talk about what a good OT he is and how it might be a good idea to consider it.
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But you have to agree that this is a very DOWN QB year.
-Everyone is charging ahead for Geno solely based on his big numbers early in the season.
Barkley was so/so and got hurt.
No I don't.

This year's QB class is extremely deep, actually. Even after Murray stayed in, I think you'll get 3 decent QBs from this class. Smith, Wilson, Barkley, Bray, Glennon, Jones and Manuel all have a lot of strengths.

Barkley will be a successful starter in this league; a Matt Schaub type of QB. He just doesn't have a massive upside to him so I don't love him as a first rounder. Bray has skills that rival Matt Stafford's. Smith has the best touch I've seen in the draft since Bradford but he's healthier, more mobile and with a stronger arm than Bradford had. Wilson has a gamblers mentality and a willingness to attack downfield with the arm to do it. Manuel has a protype build and an absolute cannon and some mobility thrown in. Jones and Glennon both have the tall, strong-armed, pocket passer thing going for them.

There are going to be good QBs that come out of this draft and perhaps even 1 or 2 extremely good ones.

Compare this QB draft to any other QB draft over the last decade and it does extremely well except for 03 (Ben, Eli and Rivers) and last season's.

This idea that this year's QB class is a bad class is just inaccurate. Moreover, next year's class is going to be even worse.

So no, I don't have to agree that this is a down year for QBs. In face, I believe it is, at worst, a slightly above average QB draft.
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