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    I have Teddy graded as Top 5, Carr 1st round, Garoppolo early 2nd round, Fales 2nd round, McCarron late 2nd- early 3rd. I really like Garoppolo and Fales. I think both are future starters that need some development time. Miami won't look for a QB till day 3 though.
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    We have to add another QB or two because Moore makes way too much money and Devlin sucks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casas9425 View Post
    We have to add another QB or two because Moore makes way too much money and Devlin sucks.
    Just playing devil's advocate here, but how does anyone know whether or not Devlin sucks or is good. Has he ever even taken a regular season snap?

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    Quote Originally Posted by futurescout View Post
    no matter who the GM is he's not drafting a QB on the first 2 days of the draft. Having said that I like McCarron more than some other QB's in this draft. 1. Teddy Bridgewater 2. Derek Carr 3. Jimmy Garoppolo 4. David Fales 5. AJ McCarrron.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarinoEqualsGod View Post
    Just playing devil's advocate here, but how does anyone know whether or not Devlin sucks or is good. Has he ever even taken a regular season snap?

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    Cleo Lemon Syndrome.

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    Cleo Lemon Syndrome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarinoEqualsGod View Post
    Just playing devil's advocate here, but how does anyone know whether or not Devlin sucks or is good. Has he ever even taken a regular season snap?
    If he can't earn snaps in practice...

    The coaches and staff watch him every day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Casas9425 View Post
    Cleo Lemon Syndrome.
    Not comparing the 2, but Tony Romo didn't attempt a regular season pass until his fourth year in the league. Devlin is entering his fourth year in the league in 2014. I'm not saying he's good, or even average, but I can't write a guy off if I've never seen him in a game that counts. Some people thrive under pressure and actually step up their level of play when it matters more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sons of Shula View Post
    If he can't earn snaps in practice...

    The coaches and staff watch him every day.
    Wasn't Philbin enamored with him during Hard Knocks. Every team needs a developmental QB and he's ours. Now whether he actually develops into anything is another story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarinoEqualsGod View Post
    Not comparing the 2, but Tony Romo didn't attempt a regular season pass until his fourth year in the league. Devlin is entering his fourth year in the league in 2014. I'm not saying he's good, or even average, but I can't write a guy off if I've never seen him in a game that counts. Some people thrive under pressure and actually step up their level of play when it matters more.
    Not to continue to prod you, but I'd stray from anyone compared to anything Romo.
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    Kiper suggests Phins interested in AJ McCarron

    I've come to the conclusion that WVDolphan is clinically insane.

    Only picks they should even consider pickin up another QB should be in the 6th, 7th, and UDFA spots in the upcoming draft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarinoEqualsGod View Post
    Not comparing the 2, but Tony Romo didn't attempt a regular season pass until his fourth year in the league. Devlin is entering his fourth year in the league in 2014. I'm not saying he's good, or even average, but I can't write a guy off if I've never seen him in a game that counts. Some people thrive under pressure and actually step up their level of play when it matters more.

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    Wasn't Philbin enamored with him during Hard Knocks. Every team needs a developmental QB and he's ours. Now whether he actually develops into anything is another story.
    Romo was a special case. We won't see anything like that again in some time. These guys watch Devlin every day in practice and there is a reason why they gave Moore such a healthy contract.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sons of Shula View Post
    Not to continue to prod you, but I'd stray from anyone compared to anything Romo.
    No problem. I know a lot of people have wide ranging opinions on Romo, but it is a fact that he is a multiple Pro Bowler, which I would gladly take in Miami after watching the garbage we've had for the last 14 years.
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