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    Tom Brady ring a bell?

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-forpresident View Post
    armando knows nothing about football.

    BUT, i will say this.

    chad henne was a 2nd rounder for a/some reason(s) ...

    This is a silly statement..........Ummmm Tom Brady went in the fifth. So how is THAT working out?
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    Yea, but Armando gots a lots longer wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy to go to be a journal glass of footballs.
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    Henne has got to get some starts in this yr. All acounts are that Penny wont be starting in 2010....I dont want a guy who has never started an nfl game taking over the year we're really supposed to be contenders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyMtnPhinfan View Post
    This is a silly statement..........Ummmm Tom Brady went in the fifth. So how is THAT working out?
    how many 6th rounder become HOF QBs with 4 superbowl rings ?

    let's not take the exceptions as the rule here


    what i'm saying, is that all 32 teams passed on him in the first round because they felt there was better players, and there still was about 20 teams who passed on the guy in the 2nd round.

    "i'll believe it when i see it" is how i judge the QBs around here, because we got fooled so many times by the hypes, that i don't believe them anymore. I was pleased when i saw henne against the cards, but it means nothing. Playing 4th quarter garbage time in a blowout means squat. i'll wait and see when he hits the field to fund my judgement on the guy.

    all i was saying in my comment is that henne has flaws, like any rookie, and he had enough of them to get into the 2nd round. I understand your point, that sometimes good players fall through the cracks, or are mis-evaluated, but really... how many of them are there ?

    i'm hoping, like the rest of all of us, that henne becomes a solid starter. don't get me wrong people. but i don't get caught up in some "beck-ish" hype, if you know what i mean...


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrinidadDolfan View Post
    Who named him the starter for next year?

    The Press?
    RWilliams 34 did
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    the question should be is he better than Pennington.
    the answer: no.
    not good enough yet. give him some time to develop & don't sell Pennington short.
    if Penny has another year like 2008, he takes us to the SuperBowl in 2010.
    WildCatPat & the Orca-5 have potentially laid the ground for a Pennington Renaissance in the NFL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rio View Post
    the question should be is he better than Pennington.
    the answer: no
    And how do you know this? I should hope he will be better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcdrover View Post
    That guy doesn't know the very first thing about football. His articles are transparent attempts at creating controversy. They called that yellow journalism years ago. He's a yellow journalist alright, and in more than one way too...

    Did you see how profootball weekly had Henne and Ryan rated back in that draft edition?

    They seem incredibly accurate to me, they rated Beck as a career back-up.

    They had Henne rated very well. I think he was 2nd to Ryan if memory serves me.
    I felt Henne was a better prospect than Flacco last yr
    You can't coach confidence and intangibles. Henne seems to have both
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    let's not take the exceptions as the rule here
    Favre went in the 2nd, Brees in the 2nd, Montana in the 3rd, Marino late in the 1st.
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    i think the simple fact is that about half the people on this board. do not think penny can beat good defensive teams .he will get his shot to prove everybody wrong.we will not be able to dink and dunk are way through the schedule this year.if we can not stretch the field,we will get wiped out.
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