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Thread: Weeden has the IT factor. Please just draft Weeden!

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    Weeden has the IT factor. Please just draft Weeden!

    When you watch Weeden throw, he has that special passing ability to be a difference maker. Albeit, only for 5, 6, 7 years. How nice would it be not to worry about the QB for at least the next five years? He would be a hugh asset to the Dolphins, and just something about watching him throw makes it just feel right. Forget age, forget finding a QB for the next decade. We need him now and the near future. He would solidy our offense, and truly make it a strength. I believe we will trade down, and maybe grab him in the mid to late 1st round. He would be well worth it. Every QB draft savant always points to how good Weeden is, despite his age. Forget this nonsense about the next decade. Think about it, for at least five years, no QB concerns? Something we have been struggling with since 1999...
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    Weeden may not be taken early casue of his age but I dont believe he gets pst pick #22 so I think thats the magic number.
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    No to Weeden!
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    lol at the it factor . good prospect overaged put up great numbers in an offense known for making qb's look good case in point case keenan same offense
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    Not to mention he had Blackmon to throw to....
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    Instead of bottles of Gatorade, Miami would need bottles of Geritol for Weeden. In all seriousness, I'd rather have Tannehill, Osweiler, or Lindley before Weeden. Hell, I don't even have Weeden on my draft board. Not a fan of old rookies.
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    Big yes to Weeden. Props to you, I couldn't care less what the naysayers have to say. Dude is a special talent.
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    If he was so special he'd be round 1 talent not 2, like everyone predicts he'll be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X-Pacolypse View Post
    Instead of bottles of Gatorade, Miami would need bottles of Geritol for Weeden. In all seriousness, I'd rather have Tannehill, Osweiler, or Lindley before Weeden. Hell, I don't even have Weeden on my draft board. Not a fan of old rookies.

    I think at a certain level of the draft he has value and that area is 3rd to 4th round pick. There is no reason to believe Weeden would step right in and run this offense any better than Tannehill will.
    The people on the Weeden bandwagon remind me of the people on the Beck bandwagon, Remember how mature and ready to start John Beck was, now 5 years later he is still not ready to be an nfl starter.
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