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ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 10:37 AM
Any ideas or predictions?

TIP
11-08-2006, 10:39 AM
Any ideas or predictions?
THe Browns and The bears already have young and promising QBs...so scratch them off, Delhomme is solid most of the time, but then makes plays that make you scratch your head. The Texans I could see taking him, but I think Carr is just fine and they should focus on improving other areas, so I'll go witht he raiders...although I think Wlter could be ok if he had an O-line

P-L
11-08-2006, 10:48 AM
Jaguars aren't even an option?

ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 10:56 AM
It can be any team in the NFL. Sorry. I only had so many poll options. :(

danman253
11-08-2006, 11:21 AM
He'll be back on Jacksonville.

BehrenMan007
11-08-2006, 11:24 AM
If he is not on Jax, Minnesota or Washington makes sense as they are in the NFC, they have veteran QBs and they may not be ready to hand off the reins to their young backups (Tarvaris Jackson and Jason Campbell)

ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 11:41 AM
If he is not on Jax, Minnesota or Washington makes sense as they are in the NFC, they have veteran QBs and they may not be ready to hand off the reins to their young backups (Tarvaris Jackson and Jason Campbell)

Can the Redskins afford to have 2 first round qbs and Mark Brunell on the roster at the same time? I'm thinking salary cap hell that would rival the New York Knicks. :shock:

ccB
11-08-2006, 11:46 AM
I think he will be back in JAX personally.

Rob S
11-08-2006, 11:48 AM
Bills are possible if Losman doesnt improve.

JPF
11-08-2006, 12:16 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

comahan
11-08-2006, 12:19 PM
Not Houston

keylime_5
11-08-2006, 01:38 PM
If Charlie doesn't quit staring down his receivers and throwing into coverage they'll get a new QB in Cleveland next year probably, but I don't think Leftwich would be a good fit. He'd be better off in oakland

ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 01:43 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

If we don't make ther playoffs, anything could happen. I still say that if JAX didn't draft him before us, we would have taken him over Jordan Gross.

portermvp84
11-08-2006, 01:54 PM
I think the Raiders or out of the question if they want a quarterback they would sign somebody in the draft.

The Unseen
11-08-2006, 01:56 PM
He could still be a Jaguar if they want to let him compete in next year's training camp. I'm really conflicted on what I think will happen to him, if he will get shipped in the offseason or stay. It seems most logical to try to ship him with the way things are, but something tells me that the Jax FO wouldn't even attempt such a move. I dunno. We'll see.

mikedoobie
11-08-2006, 02:02 PM
i could see baltimore pushing for him, as we loved him when he was coming into the league during the draft

yourfavestoner
11-08-2006, 02:02 PM
He could still be a Jaguar if they want to let him compete in next year's training camp. I'm really conflicted on what I think will happen to him, if he will get shipped in the offseason or stay. It seems most logical to try to ship him with the way things are, but something tells me that the Jax FO wouldn't even attempt such a move. I dunno. We'll see.

I think this could actually lead in a split between Del Rio and Shack Harris. Leftwich is Harris' first draft pick with the organization, and you know he wants to see him do well and stay. I dunno. It's going to be an interesting offseason.

SuperMcGee
11-08-2006, 02:58 PM
Bills are possible if Losman doesnt improve.

Even if we stop playing Losman, I wouldn't want Leftwich. I've liked Lefty since college, I just don't really want him leading the Bills

JPF
11-08-2006, 03:03 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

If we don't make ther playoffs, anything could happen. I still say that if JAX didn't draft him before us, we would have taken him over Jordan Gross.

I still doubt that with how horrible our O-line was the year before.

ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 03:43 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

If we don't make ther playoffs, anything could happen. I still say that if JAX didn't draft him before us, we would have taken him over Jordan Gross.

I still doubt that with how horrible our O-line was the year before.

Remember we didn't know Jake was going to be Jake. Leftwich was a possibility. I know you remember how many of us on the old Panthers message board thought it was going to be Leftwich that year.

yourfavestoner
11-08-2006, 03:57 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

If we don't make ther playoffs, anything could happen. I still say that if JAX didn't draft him before us, we would have taken him over Jordan Gross.

I still doubt that with how horrible our O-line was the year before.

Remember we didn't know Jake was going to be Jake. Leftwich was a possibility. I know you remember how many of us on the old Panthers message board thought it was going to be Leftwich that year.

Yeah, you guys started the year off with Rodney Peete as your starting quarterback. 'Nuff said.

ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 04:00 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

If we don't make ther playoffs, anything could happen. I still say that if JAX didn't draft him before us, we would have taken him over Jordan Gross.

I still doubt that with how horrible our O-line was the year before.

Remember we didn't know Jake was going to be Jake. Leftwich was a possibility. I know you remember how many of us on the old Panthers message board thought it was going to be Leftwich that year.

Yeah, you guys started the year off with Rodney Peete as your starting quarterback. 'Nuff said.

Exactly.

11-08-2006, 04:12 PM
i think the team that needs him the most is either OAK or MIN. :D

11-08-2006, 05:10 PM
i think the team that needs him the most is either OAK or MIN. :D
Byron Leftwitch has no buisness in the WCO.

Shane P. Hallam
11-08-2006, 05:11 PM
He'll stay in Jacksonville. Plummer will go to Oakland.

thule
11-08-2006, 05:15 PM
I really see him fitting in Balt...esspecially if the ravens truely don't like to progression Boller has shown...which i've seen from time to time this year.

JPF
11-08-2006, 06:04 PM
I voted for the Raiders (obviously as their the only ones with any votes right now).

Rule the Panthers out. Little chance Fox and Hurney would trade for a QB who can't stay healthy for a full 16 games. Besides, I don't think the answer for Carolina, who really only needs a QB for the future, is to bring in someone that would automatically start a QB controversy the second he was acquired.

If we don't make ther playoffs, anything could happen. I still say that if JAX didn't draft him before us, we would have taken him over Jordan Gross.

I still doubt that with how horrible our O-line was the year before.

Remember we didn't know Jake was going to be Jake. Leftwich was a possibility. I know you remember how many of us on the old Panthers message board thought it was going to be Leftwich that year.

Yeah, you guys started the year off with Rodney Peete as your starting quarterback. 'Nuff said.

Exactly.

And if we hadn't drafted Gross, our starting RT that year would have been Matt Willig.

I remember how many thought it was going to be Leftwich, and I'm sure as you remember, I was firmly against it because of how many leg injuries he had in college.

Gee, that wasn't good insight or anything now was it? :roll:

ShutDwn
11-08-2006, 06:13 PM
Why the hell would you want Byron as a Panther? He would not fit in with Smith at all.

The Panthers don't wear "teal" either

Staubach12
11-08-2006, 06:30 PM
Oakland? WHAT? Oakland knows the equation:

Oakland's line + Lefwich's slow release = 127693567 sacks

They'll look for someone with a quick release.

ShadowPanther
11-08-2006, 07:26 PM
Why the hell would you want Byron as a Panther? He would not fit in with Smith at all.

The Panthers don't wear "teal" either

One, Smith would fit in with anyone that come throw the ball foward. I think it is degrading to him to make such a statement. Two, since I don't work for Crayola, how about you let me know what color blue the Panthers wear and I will refer to it as that.

Staubach12
11-08-2006, 10:09 PM
Why the hell would you want Byron as a Panther? He would not fit in with Smith at all.

The Panthers don't wear "teal" either

One, Smith would fit in with anyone that come throw the ball foward. I think it is degrading to him to make such a statement. Two, since I don't work for Crayola, how about you let me know what color blue the Panthers wear and I will refer to it as that.

neon fiesta blue.

No seriously, just say blue.

Staubach12
11-08-2006, 10:09 PM
Maybe sky blue?

PalmerToCJ
11-08-2006, 10:11 PM
The Colts. Manning wins a SB this year and retires to go out on top.

You heard it here first.



(Actually I wouldn't think the Ravens would be a bad fit pending what they think about Boller)

Staubach12
11-08-2006, 10:12 PM
The Colts. Manning wins a SB this year and retires to go out on top.

You heard it here first.



(Actually I wouldn't think the Ravens would be a bad fit pending what they think about Boller)

Boller is still the future there! Mark my words!

PalmerToCJ
11-08-2006, 10:14 PM
Boller is still the future there! Mark my words!

They have been marked. That's fine by me as a Bengals fan.

sweetness34
11-09-2006, 01:27 AM
Well Byron I guess said that he would like to play for Da Bears if he get's traded or released. Hmmm.... :|

I don't have a "direct source" but my dad told me he heard it I guess on the NFL Network.