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    Quote Originally Posted by revischrist View Post
    Would you want him at 9? i think that is a reach at 9. If you want to trade down to the late 20's and take him there while accumumulating some draft picks then i would be ok with it.
    Ideally, if the Teo's, Moore's, etc of the draft are off the board, I'd want to trade back into the 15-20 range and take Glennon. But trading down is always easier said than done.

    And Glennon is exactly the kind prospect that shoots up the boards after the combine and pro days.

    And it's not like Glennon is a great physical specimen but with a bad attitude and sh*t for brains like Tyler Bray. By all accounts this kid is totally committed to football and is willing to do whatever is necessary to maximize his potential.

    You pair that with an offensive mind like Norv Turner and maybe you really have something a year or two down the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    What the hell are you talking about?

    Not one of those guys fits my description of Glennon. Like...at all.

    Glennon is 6'6 235 with a howitzer for an arm and by all accounts loves the game and is dedicated to his craft. That's basically the exact opposite of Matt Leinart.
    I watched Glennon for years now....he is a WASTE of a draft pick if picked before 4th.

    Eric Ainge, McElroy and Glennon are similar. You watch.... He is NOT gonna make a difference on any team. Did you watch him today? I watch him a lot. Today was normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    I watched Glennon for years now....he is a WASTE of a draft pick if picked before 4th.

    Eric Ainge, McElroy and Glennon are similar. You watch.... He is NOT gonna make a difference on any team. Did you watch him today? I watch him a lot. Today was normal.
    If you watched Glennon as much as you claim, then you would know that he isn't even remotely comparable to McElroy, Ainge, Leinart or the plethora of other QB's you've mentioned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    What the hell are you talking about?

    Not one of those guys fits my description of Glennon. Like...at all.

    Glennon is 6'6 235 with a howitzer for an arm and by all accounts loves the game and is dedicated to his craft. That's basically the exact opposite of Matt Leinart.
    Agreed, Glennon is no Leinart. Leinart was all about the "intangibles" and being a "winner." But Glennon reminds me more of Jake Locker than a Matt Ryan. People fall in love with the arm and ignore his lack of production. Again, the kid has alot of good qualities, but i don't think you can take him at 9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    This is a weak draft.

    One of the weakest in recent memory.

    Who are the true bluechippers coming out?

    Personally, I only see 4 or 5.

    Damontre Moore, Manti Te'o, Luke Joeckel, Star Lotulelei, Chance Warmack and maybe Jarvis Jones.

    The only one that we'll have a realistic shot at is Warmack.

    Glennon is a raw talent with the physical tools that you dream of in a QB. Would I draft him if we have some inept "ground and pound" dick like Sparano or Cavanaugh overseeing his development? F*ck no

    But give the reigns to a guy like Norv Turner and it becomes a selection that I would not only be okay with, but would welcome.
    There are plenty of talented players in this draft. I'd prefer to avoid reaching on a QB who doesn't deserve to be drafted in the 1st round because he has not performed as a 1st rounder should. Doesn't matter who his coach is. Glennon leaves a lot to be desired IMO.

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    Holy Hell drop it already, Glennon's stock just fell out of the first round.

    This is the same **** that drove Sanchez to a top five pick

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshBaked 24 7 View Post

    This is the same **** that drove Sanchez to a top five pick
    Yeah

    So that should tell you to stop putting so much stock into one game.

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    Really successful NFL quarterbacks come in two models-- there are guys like Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III who everyone can see are going to be franchise quarterbacks from a mile away. Those guys go at the very top of the draft without fail. And then there are the guys who slip to the bottom of the first round or into the second or third round, guys like Drew Brees and Aaron Rodgers and this year Russell Wilson. Those are guys who have all the skills and who played at a very high level in college, but who are shorter and therefore questioned by scouts who are looking for that prototype 6'5" guy with a big arm.

    You know who never turns into a top NFL quarterback? The guys who have the prototype 6'5"/big arm tool set who didn't dominate in college.

    And that's basically the exact description of Glennon and most of the other people whose names are being bandied around here.

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    It amazes me that someone so anti Sanchez could be so pro Glennon. Inaccuaracy and inconsistency are glaring issues with Glennon. His ceiling is Joe Flacco, but he's more likely John Skelton(maybe slightly better).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    If you watched Glennon as much as you claim, then you would know that he isn't even remotely comparable to McElroy, Ainge, Leinart or the plethora of other QB's you've mentioned.
    Link?????

    I live here in NC, attend NC State games and YES he is at best Matt Leinhert. Matt Leinhert and Quinn were better college QB's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iahawkeyejet View Post
    It amazes me that someone so anti Sanchez could be so pro Glennon. Inaccuaracy and inconsistency are glaring issues with Glennon. His ceiling is Joe Flacco, but he's more likely John Skelton(maybe slightly better).
    Quote Originally Posted by seanmac31 View Post

    You know who never turns into a top NFL quarterback? The guys who have the prototype 6'5"/big arm tool set who didn't dominate in college.

    And that's basically the exact description of Glennon and most of the other people whose names are being bandied around here.
    These guys get it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Yeah

    So that should tell you to stop putting so much stock into one game.
    NC State hasn't had a dominant season (s) under Glennon at all.

    Last few years we have had losses to Virginia, UNC, Vandy and on and on.

    Spare me.

    Barely bowl eligible last few years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southparkcpa View Post
    NC State hasn't had a dominant season (s) under Glennon at all.

    Last few years we have had losses to Virginia, UNC, Vandy and on and on.

    Spare me.

    Barely bowl eligible last few years.

    Glennnon's stock did slip against what amounts to a so so Vandy team.
    Liked the look of Taj Boyd vs. LSU. Not saying he's RG3, but he is certainly a strong possibility at #39.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Ideally, if the Teo's, Moore's, etc of the draft are off the board, I'd want to trade back into the 15-20 range and take Glennon. But trading down is always easier said than done.

    And Glennon is exactly the kind prospect that shoots up the boards after the combine and pro days.

    And it's not like Glennon is a great physical specimen but with a bad attitude and sh*t for brains like Tyler Bray. By all accounts this kid is totally committed to football and is willing to do whatever is necessary to maximize his potential.

    You pair that with an offensive mind like Norv Turner and maybe you really have something a year or two down the road.
    You dont need a guy who is 6'6 and is extremely inaccurate. From height alone , look at the guy he replaced at NCST. He is lighting up the league, who is what barely 6'0?

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    When I look at Glennon I see the 2nd coming of Browning Nagle. Browning Nagle part 2 I know the younger fans have no idea who Nagle but you old timers like me know exactly know Nagle and this guy is almost a clone of Nagle so I hope the Jets dont draft this kid.
    Last edited by nyjets1969; 01-01-2013 at 11:54 AM.

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    In the top ten I'd take
    Barkley
    Geno

    Top 20 I'd take
    Wilson

    Bottom of the 1st - top 5 2nd
    Glennon

    Settle 2-3 round
    Jones
    Dysert
    Bray

    If we don't get one of those guys the draft is an automatic F IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Untouchable View Post
    Yeah

    So that should tell you to stop putting so much stock into one game.
    Weren't you the same guy that was Sanchez' biggest fan before we drafted him? Pretty much slobbed him until the day we drafted him.

    Neither are good quarterbacks, despite a good or poor bowl game
    Last edited by FreshBaked 24 7; 01-01-2013 at 12:45 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    In the top ten I'd take
    Barkley
    Geno

    Top 20 I'd take
    Wilson

    Bottom of the 1st - top 5 2nd
    Glennon

    Settle 2-3 round
    Jones
    Dysert
    Bray

    If we don't get one of those guys the draft is an automatic F IMO.
    I'm sure it's possible given the poor QB choices we've seen but Jones belongs no where in the second or third round

    Interested in what we can see from Dysert, though my hopes for him translating to the NFL arn't very high

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    Quote Originally Posted by palmetto defender View Post
    Glennnon's stock did slip against what amounts to a so so Vandy team.
    Liked the look of Taj Boyd vs. LSU. Not saying he's RG3, but he is certainly a strong possibility at #39.
    His stock, IMO, has been artificially high becauce of his height.

    He is NOT an NFL starter and I am a Wolfpack fan.

    I have no opinion on Boyd I dont watch Clemson. But I go on record as saying any team drafting Glennon will be in the same boat as whomever drafted Leinert, McCoy, Siimms and Quinn.

    Basically a wasted pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreshBaked 24 7 View Post
    Weren't you the same guy that was Sanchez' biggest fan before we drafted him? Pretty much slobbed him until the day we drafted him.

    Neither are good quarterbacks, despite a good or poor bowl game
    Yeah, made a mistake on that.

    Hell, so did Mayock.

    And?

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