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Thread: Good idea to draft 2 QB's?

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    Good idea to draft 2 QB's?

    This could increase our chances of finding a franchise QB that went under the radar

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    Why not 5?

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    Worked out great for the redskins last year. Why not?

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    This is not QB draft...by the way did you see the hundred sacks given up by our Oline? Did you see WR's not getting open besides Braylon??? We have much bigger problems on the O not just QB

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    It's not a bad idea IF there are 2 guys they like. This team has too many holes for an "improve the odds" pick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post
    This is not QB draft...by the way did you see the hundred sacks given up by our Oline? Did you see WR's not getting open besides Braylon??? We have much bigger problems on the O not just QB
    Just because there's no RG3 or Luck in this draft doesn't mean there's a dearth of QB talent. There will be good QB prospects to find, just like last year with Wilson and Cousins going in the third and fourth. And the hundred sacks given up today were more the fault of McElroy's poor pocket awareness and the receivers inability to get open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronxville Jets Fan View Post
    Just because there's no RG3 or Luck in this draft doesn't mean there's a dearth of QB talent. There will be good QB prospects to find, just like last year with Wilson and Cousins going in the third and fourth. And the hundred sacks given up today were more the fault of McElroy's poor pocket awareness and the receivers inability to get open.
    That's my point...we need playmakers on offense....this way we can draft the next big QB and have the talent around him already in place and seasoned

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    There are only 4 QBs worth even looking at in this draft.
    1) Tyler Wilson
    2) Geno Smith
    3) Matt Barkley
    4) Landry Jones
    And yes, that is the order of best to 4th. We only need TW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post
    This is not QB draft...by the way did you see the hundred sacks given up by our Oline? Did you see WR's not getting open besides Braylon??? We have much bigger problems on the O not just QB
    Braylon wasn't getting open either there bud. Actually this is a strong QB draft it just isn't the super draft we saw last year. As far as prospect ratings there is some good depth in this class. There ARE 3 guys that would get a 1st in most drafts. Then you have guys like Landry Jones, Ryan Nassib, and Glennon would be solid 2-3rd rounders in any draft. Then you still have guys like Klein, Renfree, Bray, Dysert, and Manuel who all have relatively high up sides. If you really look at them there are 12-16 guys in this draft worth a look see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eems View Post
    This could increase our chances of finding a franchise QB that went under the radar

    Yeah, I've been saying that about pass rushers for 7 years now. Instead of drafting a couple of OLBs every year we take 1 guy in a decade. Then again, it's hard to do this when you trade away so many picks you have 4-5 selections a year. Welcome to having an incompetent front office.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Braylon wasn't getting open either there bud. Actually this is a strong QB draft it just isn't the super draft we saw last year. As far as prospect ratings there is some good depth in this class. There ARE 3 guys that would get a 1st in most drafts. Then you have guys like Landry Jones, Ryan Nassib, and Glennon would be solid 2-3rd rounders in any draft. Then you still have guys like Klein, Renfree, Bray, Dysert, and Manuel who all have relatively high up sides. If you really look at them there are 12-16 guys in this draft worth a look see.
    Maybe so but my point is that a QB is the least of our concerns right now....no QB can ever be successfull with the way the offense is now...we need OL WR TE RB help before we ever start thinking about the next great QB...and in my opinion it all starts up front with the Oline, getting some weapons and a different offensive philosophy

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    I think we draft 7, one in every round.

    Sign those beasts.

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    I'm all for adding a stud lineman and another run stopping LB. But we need to get a pick to use on TW from our Tebow trade package.

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    Jets need WR's and O-line in this draft. I don't care who you put back there at QB you've got to protect them first and they've got to have open receivers to hit.
    Last edited by billygreen; 12-23-2012 at 10:41 PM.

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    Sure, if we have a bunch of draft picks.

    Not like we'd waste them. Wait, didn't we trade a 4th for one year of Tebow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post
    This is not QB draft...by the way did you see the hundred sacks given up by our Oline? Did you see WR's not getting open besides Braylon??? We have much bigger problems on the O not just QB
    There will be a stud QB drafted this year, there is pretty much every year. Just a matter of finding out who that guy is.

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    Ridiculous... Any QB you draft won't be the savior of this team with it's current O-line and and WR problems. I think the 2013 draft will be all offense but it won't be quarterback.

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    I'd be all for it

    Someone like Nassib/Wilson in Round 2 and maybe Sean Renfree in the late rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adb280z View Post
    There will be a stud QB drafted this year, there is pretty much every year. Just a matter of finding out who that guy is.
    True...Ill give you that..... I just think we need to address other areas of the offense....whens the last time we drafted a WR in the first round? or took an Olineman? Answer 2001- Santana Moss 2006 Brick and Mangold


    Last WR we draft in the first round was 12 years ago....

    Last Oline we took in the first round was 7 years ago.....

    What did we draft in the first round on offense since then??? Mark Sanchez and Dustin Keller....So in 12 drafts we drafted 5 players on offense in the first round...2 skill position players Moss and Keller...all other picks were on the defensive side of the ball.....and we wonder why our offense sucks...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tfine350z View Post
    True...Ill give you that..... I just think we need to address other areas of the offense....whens the last time we drafted a WR in the first round? or took an Olineman? Answer 2001- Santana Moss 2006 Brick and Mangold


    Last WR we draft in the first round was 12 years ago....

    Last Oline we took in the first round was 7 years ago.....

    What did we draft in the first round on offense since then??? Mark Sanchez and Dustin Keller....So in 12 drafts we drafted 5 players on offense in the first round...2 skill position players Moss and Keller...all other picks were on the defensive side of the ball.....and we wonder why our offense sucks...
    Can't argue with that. It'd help to have a coach/OC who knew just a little bit about how to build an offense.

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