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  • #16
    The Lions messed up Joey Harrington, Rogers, Williams, and basically Kevein Jones. So what do they all have in common? A horrible OL to work with, when are they going to learn and draft an OL?

    "and the Lions could draft Brady Quinn at the 5th pick."

    The Browns are looking heavily into Quinn at #3.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by A-Dub4President View Post
      Although moving him to a WR doesn't say much about his QB abilities, his tremendous history of suck does.
      Oh yes... and his "tremendous history of" opportunity speaks volumes! What was the reason for Edgerrin James' horrible YPC last season (the lowest of his career)?

      Get back to me on that one... and how McCown was excpected to thrive in that environment (without a RB like Edge).
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      • #18
        Originally posted by JoeMontainya View Post
        The Lions messed up Joey Harrington, Rogers, Williams, and basically Kevein Jones. So what do they all have in common? A horrible OL to work with, when are they going to learn and draft an OL?

        "and the Lions could draft Brady Quinn at the 5th pick."

        The Browns are looking heavily into Quinn at #3.
        How the **** did the Lions mess up KJones? It must've been that one play where the Lions' management ran onto the field and injured him, right?

        When healthy, KJones will still be the starting RB for the Lions.

        Oh no! Not an internet rumor! Why do most teams pick in the top 5? They have a lot of holes. Of course the Browns are looking into Quinn... they're also looking into Peterson. It means nothing until draft day.

        Side note: the OLine experienced a slew of injuries last year. They've added some players, but don't feel that it's as big of a need as other holes on the team.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by TacticaLion View Post
          Oh yes... and his "tremendous history of" opportunity speaks volumes! What was the reason for Edgerrin James' horrible YPC last season (the lowest of his career)?

          Get back to me on that one... and how McCown was excpected to thrive in that environment (without a RB like Edge).
          What makes you think he would do any better with what was the worst rushing offense in the NFL last year?

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          • #20
            Originally posted by SanFran View Post
            Why in the world would the Lions sign him when they have an Pretty good QB in kitna even younger then green and McCown as a backup and maybe..jus maybe also Drafting Brady Quin

            The Lions did not even send anyone to watch Quinn workout.

            They aren't drafting a QB, face it.


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            • #21
              Originally posted by Non_Sequitur View Post
              The Lions did not even send anyone to watch Quinn workout.

              They aren't drafting a QB, face it.
              Um.............i think Drew Tate is a good pick at 2

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              • #22
                Originally posted by cardsalltheway View Post
                What makes you think he would do any better with what was the worst rushing offense in the NFL last year?
                Which... was... my... point.
                Originally posted by A-Dub4President
                Although moving him to a WR doesn't say much about his QB abilities, his tremendous history of suck does.
                So, I said this:
                Originally posted by TacticaLion
                Oh yes... and his "tremendous history of" opportunity speaks volumes! What was the reason for Edgerrin James' horrible YPC last season (the lowest of his career)?

                Get back to me on that one... and how McCown was excpected to thrive in that environment (without a RB like Edge).
                McCown didn't have a great opportunity in Arizona... and grading his talent on that one situation is ignorant.
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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Non_Sequitur View Post
                  The Lions did not even send anyone to watch Quinn workout.

                  They aren't drafting a QB, face it.
                  As much as I agree that the Lions will NOT draft a QB in round 1, they DID send someone to Quinn's Pro Day.

                  Here's a random source:
                  http://ncaafootball.aolsportsblog.co...uinns-pro-day/
                  Brady Quinn got his chance to show off his stuff for the NFL on his home turf, as Notre Dame hosted its first of two Pro Days. Representatives from all 32 teams were there, although the Cleveland Browns (who have the third pick) and the Minnesota Vikings (who have the seventh pick) put on the full-court press,
                  I heard that somewhere else as well, but the report was false.

                  IF the Lions draft a QB, it'll be Drew Stanton. They've said time and time again that they love this kid and think he'll be dominant in this league.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by TacticaLion View Post
                    Which... was... my... point.

                    So, I said this:

                    McCown didn't have a great opportunity in Arizona... and grading his talent on that one situation is ignorant.
                    I misunderstood you then. I thought you were trying to say that he could possibly be the future in Detroit since he was in such a bad situation last time.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by cardsalltheway View Post
                      I misunderstood you then. I thought you were trying to say that he could possibly be the future in Detroit since he was in such a bad situation last time.
                      Nah. I'm saying that Martz moving him to WR for a few games last year does NOT mean that he can't be a QB in this league.

                      And, his situation in Arizona doesn't mean he's a horrible QB... it means he's a horrible QB without a running game and without an OLine.
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