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Thread: Jets not Drafting QB!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinz420
    You mean "Pop-gun Arm"?

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    do explain
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    I would love nothing more than to trade the Jets picks for Leinart if they are assured that Cutler will be around by 16. Leinart sure does look dumb by missing out on a lot of money, but hey, he'll make some back in due time i.e. Palmer.
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    Pennington Probably won't even be playing on Jets next year. If there is any truth to the rumors sorrouding the release of Herman Edwards than neither of them will be playing in NY come next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kastofsna120
    except pennington is one of the league's top QBs

    Out of all the people on here who rip almost every player I thought for sure you would be the first one to point out his high school arm. His arm is done and it will be clear next season!
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    The Jets have a lot invested in him. I don't know what the cap hit would be if they let him go, but from what I understand, it would be big. Plus, you can't argue with the success that they've had when he's healthy. So, I could easily see Pennington there next year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kastofsna120
    do explain
    Average arm strength. He was labeled a "pop-gun arm" long before he entered the draft. Im sorry if you were unaware.

    For the record, Marc Bulger was drafted in the 6th round the same year that Chad went in the first round. Bulger is leagues ahead of ol' pop-gun, especially in terms of arm strength.

    If you think Chad was the reason for the Jets success you are severly underestimating their defense and running game of the past.




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    Quote Originally Posted by wazzy
    Out of all the people on here who rip almost every player I thought for sure you would be the first one to point out his high school arm. His arm is done and it will be clear next season!
    when healthy he's a top 5 QB. if he's back to health, there's no reason to draft a quarterback with that pick

    his arm isn't even that weak. it's incredible how people jump on things with players because some douchebag on ESPN or whatevre said it, and then they hyperbolize it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinz420
    Average arm strength. He was labeled a "pop-gun arm" long before he entered the draft. Im sorry if you were unaware.

    For the record, Marc Bulger was drafted in the 6th round the same year that Chad went in the first round. Bulger is leagues ahead of ol' pop-gun, especially in terms of arm strength.

    If you think Chad was the reason for the Jets success you are severly underestimating their defense and running game of the past.
    unaware of what? his arm is average. it's not as bad you think. it's very servicable in the NFL. it's pretty clear that his arm strength has not been a detriment so far to his success, as WHEN HEALTHY he's been great. very accurate to ALL AREAS of the field, whether it be downfield or to the sidelines. criticize his injury history, but his arm strength doesn't affect him much
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    Quote Originally Posted by kastofsna120
    when healthy he's a top 5 QB.
    Oh? So how many of these top 5 seasons has Pennington had where hes healthy? Infact how many complete seasons has he had without missing due to injury? Oh thats right 0.

    Which brings us to his other big issue other than a noodle arm, him being injury-prone.
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