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  • brennan to undergo hip surgery

    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/200...olt/index.html

    according to that, he could miss 8-12 weeks. hes also up to 218 pounds and...um...idk if its possible to add 33 pounds in a way helpful to his stock that quickly (aka its fat)

    whos with me in doubting that he'll even be drafted at all now?

  • #2
    I say it drops him to a 5th or a 6th, but I still see him being drafted by a team that runs a WCO.


    Originally posted by Halsey
    I don't have to watch it to know it was not interesting.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Turtlepower View Post
      I say it drops him to a 5th or a 6th, but I still see him being drafted by a team that runs a WCO.
      ive long thought maybe the pats give him a shot. their offense might be the closest to the wide open, pass crazy thing he had at hawaii and they could use someone a little better than matt cassel to backup brady...

      or the bucs if gruden doesnt get his first wish in josh johnson.

      but after his surgery and dramatic weight gain, i could see everyone passing on him and someone jumping on hiim after the draft to take to camp at least

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      • #4
        I think he'll be picked. Probably in the 6th/7th round area, but at that point, he's too intriguing to pass up. Might as well grab the rights to the guy.

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        • #5
          He'll go 5-6. He was a 4-5 rond guy before. He was a project anyway, so this won't affect him too much.
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          • #6
            I'd take him in the later rounds.

            Good WCO project for Zorn.

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            • #7
              he was a 4/5 rounder for me but now im dropping him down to 6/7 feel bad for this kid...

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              • #8
                this guy will get drafted some1 will take him in the 5th or 6th

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                • #9
                  If you are a highly touted Junior QB, enter the NFL draft:

                  For this year:

                  Brian Brohm and Colt Brennan were both pegged as first rounders if they came out last year. Now Brohm looks to be a late first, early second and Brennan is far, far away.

                  Last Year:

                  Brady Quinn... Enough Said (even though he probably would've been about the same with both VY and Leinart coming out).

                  2 Years ago: Leinart could have been the #1 pick, but instead fell to #10. Then again, I would prefer playing for the Cardinals than the 49ers.


                  Originally posted by Halsey
                  I don't have to watch it to know it was not interesting.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Turtlepower View Post
                    If you are a highly touted Junior QB, enter the NFL draft:

                    For this year:

                    Brian Brohm and Colt Brennan were both pegged as first rounders if they came out last year. Now Brohm looks to be a late first, early second and Brennan is far, far away.

                    Last Year:

                    Brady Quinn... Enough Said (even though he probably would've been about the same with both VY and Leinart coming out).

                    2 Years ago: Leinart could have been the #1 pick, but instead fell to #10. Then again, I would prefer playing for the Cardinals than the 49ers.
                    i was thinking about how brennan would have been a decent first rounder had he come out after a junior. i even remember scott having him go to the jags mid first in an early mock...

                    boy, what a year does to some people.

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                    • #11
                      Undrafted Free Agent. Mark it down.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by BeerBaron View Post
                        ive long thought maybe the pats give him a shot. their offense might be the closest to the wide open, pass crazy thing he had at hawaii and they could use someone a little better than matt cassel to backup brady...


                        I disagree, i think NE is a bit more deep passing



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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by skinzzfan25 View Post
                          I'd take him in the later rounds.

                          Good WCO project for Zorn.
                          He should go to Washington late
                          COllins is old and Hollenbach I dont even know if he is a good backup. He wasnt even that good in college. Brennan could come in and in 4 years be trade bait or take over if Campbell fails



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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by neko4 View Post
                            I disagree, i think NE is a bit more deep passing
                            in his best year he threw for over 5500 yards and 58 TDs with nearly a 10 ypp average. i dont think you can do that without throwing deep plenty...i know he has the ability to.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Turtlepower View Post
                              If you are a highly touted Junior QB, enter the NFL draft:

                              For this year:

                              Brian Brohm and Colt Brennan were both pegged as first rounders if they came out last year. Now Brohm looks to be a late first, early second and Brennan is far, far away.

                              Last Year:

                              Brady Quinn... Enough Said (even though he probably would've been about the same with both VY and Leinart coming out).

                              2 Years ago: Leinart could have been the #1 pick, but instead fell to #10. Then again, I would prefer playing for the Cardinals than the 49ers.
                              I agree.
                              These kids are fools for staying in college if they are guaranteed a few million $ by turning pro early.
                              The purpose of COLLEGE in the USA is to be able to earn a good living. It's not to educate. That's BS. College these days teaches NOTHING. I learned more in 2 years of traveling than I did 4 years of college.

                              Regardless of that, Leinart was foolish, and so was Brennan.

                              And that doesn't take into account the injury risk. Ask MICHAEL BUSH about that risk.

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