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Thread: Peyton Manning + Brandon Weeden in Round 2 = dream scenario

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    Why another QB? We have Moore under contract and he is better bet than most anything out there. If Manning is ours I draft DEcastro round one, best T in round two. Be done with it! TE round 3.
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    Sounds like a great plan. Sign a QB that MIGHT still be good for 2 years, and then replace him with another 30+ year old QB. Thats the way to build a franchise!!
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    I like Weeden and think we should go after him if we can't get Manning or Flynn but no way do you draft him if we get one of the other 2. I think Tannehill is the best choice to sit behind Manning. If we get Flynn, I don't think we should draft a QB this year. If Flynn doesn't pan out, there are much better QBs in next years draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickd13 View Post
    The only problem you have with your Chris Weinke, John Beck, or any other quarterback that you can think of that came into the league at an older age, is none of those guys could throw the ball like Weeden can.
    I think you have a short memory on Weinke. Weinke could put the ball anywhere. I challenge anyone to go back and look at tape of Weinke at Florida St and tell me Weeden looks better
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    Quote Originally Posted by finsfanjay13 View Post
    Personally, I think we should give Chad Henne another chance. He may be able to flourish under Philbin. Don't want to give up on him so soon.
    Are you serious or making a joke? I can't tell...
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    i fail to see how a 36 year old qb who will be 38-39 before he's done provided he's healthy who won't get beat out by anyone we bring in in the the next few years at least and a guy in weeden who a few years from now will be what 32 is a dream scenario...nothing dreamy about sitting on a 29 year old rookie qb for 2 more years while peyton plays out his career...

    you take brandon weeden given that age he better at minimum be competing for the starting gig asap...otherwise whats the damn point
    hoops scoops 2012 season ..."in 2014 ryan tannehill etches his name in stone amongst the games elite qbs"..."ryan tannehill and andrew luck will carry the afc for the next decade plus the way peyton manning and tom brady have this last decade plus"
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    Quote Originally Posted by hooshoops View Post
    i fail to see how a 36 year old qb who will be 38-39 before he's done provided he's healthy who won't get beat out by anyone we bring in in the the next few years at least and a guy in weeden who a few years from now will be what 32 is a dream scenario...nothing dreamy about sitting on a 29 year old rookie qb for 2 more years while peyton plays out his career...

    you take brandon weeden given that age he better at minimum be competing for the starting gig asap...otherwise whats the damn point
    There is no point to traking Weeden before round 3, just stupidity, Way too much risk
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    I agree that Tannehill is a better fit with Manning. One thing about Weeden, he has lived the life of a professional athlete which should serve him well in his NFL career.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichmondWeb View Post
    I agree that Tannehill is a better fit with Manning. One thing about Weeden, he has lived the life of a professional athlete which should serve him well in his NFL career.

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    Chris weinke and Drew Henson also had lived life of professional athlete and didnt seem to make them stud qbs
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    I like Weeden but given the scenario of developing a QB behind Manning, I would rather have Keenum in round 3/4 or maybe even 5. Not too much risk and has a lot of skills although I think he is a little small but, so is Brees.
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