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NYGibril28
01-01-2007, 03:57 PM
What do you think happens to him in the offseason?

Does he stay in Jacksonville, or is he traded

jkpigskin
01-01-2007, 04:00 PM
i think he will stay in jacksonville, but it will be an open competition for the starting qb, with him, garrard, and a draft pick

NYGibril28
01-01-2007, 04:05 PM
My gut feeling says he'll end up in Oakland, which would suck, because I like Leftwich...

ever since the broken leg in that game

WhisperSeek
01-01-2007, 04:07 PM
Leftwich will more than likely stay, unless he demands a 10 million dollar contract. He is the best QB on this roster.

People who didn't know much about Jacksonville who were beating their chests about Garrard finally got reality checked into them. Garrard is a mediocre-good QB who has horrible pocket awareness. I have a feeling that DG will not be in a jaguar uni come training camp.

Quinn Gray opened alot of eyes yesterday, but lets not get ahead of ourselves. While he does have much better pocket awareness than DG, he made some very risky decisions and tried to force the ball a couple of times.


BOTTOM LINE: Leftwich will remain a Jag, and if he can stay healthy for a full season, could quite possibly be a pro bowler. Excellent decision maker who sees the whole field.

Tubby
01-01-2007, 04:09 PM
If the Jags trade Leftwich he will come back and bite them in the rear

WhisperSeek
01-01-2007, 04:15 PM
If the Jags trade Leftwich he will come back and bite them in the rear

I have a feeling you're right. In any other offense, he puts up monster numbers. But that's why I'm pimping the Jags to draft Ted Ginn; speedster that can open up the offense and give Leftwich that much needed deep threat. He has a cannon for an arm, but he hasn't used it much in the NFL. It's almost like he's being held back.

Tubby
01-01-2007, 04:27 PM
If the Jags trade Leftwich he will come back and bite them in the rear

I have a feeling you're right. In any other offense, he puts up monster numbers. But that's why I'm pimping the Jags to draft Ted Ginn; speedster that can open up the offense and give Leftwich that much needed deep threat. He has a cannon for an arm, but he hasn't used it much in the NFL. It's almost like he's being held back.

The jags dont need to draft another reciever. Just wait for Reggie Williams to become a monster

WhisperSeek
01-01-2007, 04:33 PM
If the Jags trade Leftwich he will come back and bite them in the rear

I have a feeling you're right. In any other offense, he puts up monster numbers. But that's why I'm pimping the Jags to draft Ted Ginn; speedster that can open up the offense and give Leftwich that much needed deep threat. He has a cannon for an arm, but he hasn't used it much in the NFL. It's almost like he's being held back.

The jags dont need to draft another reciever. Just wait for Reggie Williams to become a monster

The Jags need a breakaway reciever that can stretch the field. Reggie Williams is not that guy. We thought Matt Jones would be that guy, but he takes 15 minutes just to peak.

The Jags NEED a reciever to open up the offense, whether it be via draft or free agency.

NYGibril28
01-01-2007, 04:36 PM
How long can they wait for Reggie Williams? They've waited for three and all he can do is block.