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Hayden Fox
12-31-2011, 02:33 PM
Doing a nice job going into halftime. Strong arm and nice touch. I think he has perfectly mobility for a QB at the next level...Will operate in the pocket, but enough mobility to move the launching point.

He is good prospect that would be a joy for a QB coach to work with. Might not be ready to play right away, but it will not cost an arm and leg to go get (see RGIII).

canesandphins1
12-31-2011, 03:04 PM
Here is a wild idea we might be able to trade back a few spots and actually gain draft picks and still take Tannehill complete sarcasm of course

Hayden Fox
12-31-2011, 03:33 PM
If you have a conviction in a QB, run the card up.

JEDIJ007
12-31-2011, 03:54 PM
im watching this game..... he starts of nice... but after halftime looks like hes lost everything. whats up with that? season 3rd qr stats 3TD's to 6 INTs. not so hot. He hasnt played as a starting QB much i think 15 games or so. He would be a project. I live in TX and alot of people I talk to about him say he doesn't have the arm strength for the next level. I think I'd rather take weeden.

whodizking
12-31-2011, 04:00 PM
If all fails then ya a pretty good prospect but he is a def boom or bust player. If he fails I can see the next staff or FO canned for it then starting over especially if they could of had RG3 and he blows up or Foles who might turn into something. But I like his ability but wish I can see a lot more from him. I did like him checking with a WR with a play to change his route, showed he got a good understanding of defensives.

Hayden Fox
12-31-2011, 04:14 PM
Money on 3rd down. Love it.

Hayden Fox
12-31-2011, 04:16 PM
Money on 3rd down and closing drive...hmmm, not a bad talent compared to how we could not finish this year.

jlfin
12-31-2011, 06:43 PM
Speaking of Weeden, the Monday nighter between Stanford and Okla St will be interesting. Personally, I'm hoping for the Colts to beat the Jags and Rams to lose. The Phins could possibly go all in to get Luck.

Hayden Fox
12-31-2011, 07:18 PM
Speaking of Weeden, the Monday nighter between Stanford and Okla St will be interesting. Personally, I'm hoping for the Colts to beat the Jags and Rams to lose. The Phins could possibly go all in to get Luck.

I am apprehensive of giving up the farm for RGIII. I like RGIII, but not for a ransom. Luck, on the other hand, I will send the farm, kitchen sink, the house and any other stupid reference for him.

I am not a Weeden guy, but has definitely been aided by Barkley returning, Jones sucking and the overall need at qb in the NFL.

Also, Oklahoma State will be motivated and steamroll Stanford.

The Confessor
12-31-2011, 07:22 PM
I am apprehensive of giving up the farm for RGIII. I like RGIII, but not for a ransom. Luck, on the other hand, I will send the farm, kitchen sink, the house and any other stupid reference for him.

I am not a Weeden guy, but has definitely been aided by Barkley returning, Jones sucking and the overall need at qb in the NFL.

Also, Oklahoma State will be motivated and steamroll Stanford.

It will be interesting to see how Luck does.

That OSU defense is NOT good....at all.....

PSU Cane
12-31-2011, 10:21 PM
I like Tannehill's upside but he's only played 1.5 years at QB in college. He's big, strong, nice arm, good leader (according to reports) but he's so far behind the learning curve that he should really sit behind someone for 2-3 years before ever stepping foot on the field....and you can't do that with a 1st or high 2nd round pick these days unless you're already a good team and just building depth. Miami obviously isn't that.

2413fanphins
12-31-2011, 11:05 PM
Can anyone confirm that RG III said football is plan B... I have no recollection where I heard this or read it... If thats the case, I have major reservations about his intentions....

Count me in the group that gives whatever it takes to get luck... after that, I'm not taking a qb unless they fall to me in the second round... (read, weeden)

hooshoops
01-01-2012, 09:34 AM
It will be interesting to see how Luck does.

That OSU defense is NOT good....at all.....

they like lead college football in forced turnovers

The Confessor
01-01-2012, 10:52 AM
they like lead college football in forced turnovers

You are saying they have the most take-away's?

I certainly wouldn't have thought that. I figured LSU would by far...but I don't have the stats anywhere.

OSU is close to what Luck has seen most of the season. Compared to PacXX defenses, they are neck and neck.



No fault of his what-so-ever, but it would've been nice to see Luck face either Bama or LSU... Hell, Auburn would've been nice to see or even one of the big three Florida teams. I think that would've been a very very good barometer for Andrew Luck.

hooshoops
01-01-2012, 11:05 AM
sure it would have been nice to see luck play legit sec defenses...just like it would have been nice to see weeden or rg3 also...but its not in the cards

ok st's d has like 40 takeaways this year...its an obnoxious number

2413fanphins
01-01-2012, 12:50 PM
I think Ok st. has something like 24 interceptions alone... I believe at one point, over a three game span they had like 14 takeaways earlier this year.... they are 60th in points allowed, 25.8ppg...


it's nice we get to watch luck, weeden, and blackmon all in one game... talk about overtime with the DVR the next few nights....

The Confessor
01-01-2012, 12:56 PM
I think Ok st. has something like 24 interceptions alone... I believe at one point, over a three game span they had like 14 takeaways earlier this year.... they are 60th in points allowed, 25.8ppg...


it's nice we get to watch luck, weeden, and blackmon all in one game... talk about overtime with the DVR the next few nights....

Dont forget about Fleener and some very very nice prospects on that Stanford O-line :up:

next-year
01-01-2012, 06:13 PM
OSU has the same type of D that Green bay does not schematically but in the sense that OSU's offense puts so many points up that other teams offenses try to keep up and make mistakes or fall behind by a large amount and start throwing stupid passes.

ChambersWI
01-01-2012, 06:15 PM
Can anyone confirm that RG III said football is plan B... I have no recollection where I heard this or read it... If thats the case, I have major reservations about his intentions....

Count me in the group that gives whatever it takes to get luck... after that, I'm not taking a qb unless they fall to me in the second round... (read, weeden)

He said football is one of many things he wants to do in life. He was basically saying he's more than just a football player.

datruth55
01-01-2012, 06:35 PM
Can anyone confirm that RG III said football is plan B... I have no recollection where I heard this or read it... If thats the case, I have major reservations about his intentions....

Count me in the group that gives whatever it takes to get luck... after that, I'm not taking a qb unless they fall to me in the second round... (read, weeden)

Here it is.


“You gotta have a plan, but realize that plans don’t always work out. Plan B is the NFL,” Griffin says. “Whenever you ask me what are my plans, the first thing that comes out of my mouth is not to be an NFL player. I want to go to law school, I want to be a lawyer, maybe a sports agent. That’s the plan. All of that other stuff doesn’t matter until I’m done here at Baylor.”

Read more: http://aol.sportingnews.com/ncaa-football/story/2011-12-14/robert-griffin-iii-named-sporting-news-player-of-the-year#ixzz1iFUA801t