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Thread: Vince Young Won The Heisman On 10/29

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    Exclamation Vince Young Won The Heisman On 10/29

    When they announce his name, they will talk about yesterdays incredible performance. We need to lose the rest of our games & get a top 5 pick. Obviously, we are going nowhere fast.

    The kid is amazing & I don't want to hear about his mechanics, etc. He is 6'6" & his passes don't get knocked down

    What a weapon, we need his gamebreaking ability

    No more stiffs @ QB

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    not true. reggie bush won the heisman agianst ND

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    Slap a 28 on Young and put him in a backfield, he really cannot throw on the NFL level.

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    Calhoun the RB from Wisconsin most likely wont win it but damn he should get some votes..Kid can play..

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    If it takes slappin' a 28 on him, so be it. I like the Calhoun kid also, elusive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeyman3
    Slap a 28 on Young and put him in a backfield, he really cannot throw on the NFL level.

    according to you nobody can

    and "10" is acceptable as a running backs number in the nfl

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    Bush will win the Heisman, and Young is not going to be an effective QB in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeyman3
    Slap a 28 on Young and put him in a backfield, he really cannot throw on the NFL level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NY315MOE
    If it takes slappin' a 28 on him, so be it. I like the Calhoun kid also, elusive.
    that kid is fvckin awsome

    if the jets were gonna take a RB i would want it in this order

    Reggie Bush
    DeAngelo Williams
    Brian Calhoun
    Lendale White

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    Vinny won the Heisman too... big whoop. if you ask me all things are equal it will take the guy that didn't win the heisman. They always seem to bust in the NFL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 51 VILMA 51
    not true. reggie bush won the heisman agianst ND

    truest staement anywhere on this entire board

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    Quote Originally Posted by LockeJET
    Calhoun the RB from Wisconsin most likely wont win it but damn he should get some votes..Kid can play..
    agreed, but he's a frosh

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    I'd love to see Vince Young in NY Jets green. Question is, though, does the team have the cap room for him?

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    A lot of complete busts/legends.

    Very risky to pick a Heisman winner, but if you see the kid is dominating a la Reggie Bush, he seems like a safer pick. Vince Young is good but he throws a lot of picks and runs too much.

    I'm not against picking Vince Young but I'd much rather pick Bush or D'Brickshaw if they're still on the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HobokenBlueHen
    agreed, but he's a frosh
    No he isnt. He is a transfer over from Colorado, played the entire year there then sat out last season due to some transfer rule and then is playing this year. He is draft eligible should be go.

    PS: Heisman - Bush
    Best QB - Marcus Vick

    If we dont draft Vick, mark my words we will be regretting it for years to come. He is more accurate, and has a pass first mentality verson of his brother with a cannon of an arm and fast legs. The complete package.

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    The Heisman has no indication for success in the NFL. And i dont think they give the award to sophmores? Rex Grossman for example. Could be wrong, he might be a junior.

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