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  • Scotty D
    started a topic NFC North Division QBOTF...

    NFC North Division QBOTF...

    I thought Splat had a good idea and thought I would make one for the NFC North division. Hope he doesn't mind me stealing his acronym.

    I have high hopes for Orlovsky, but the non homer pick in me has to say Aaron Rodgers. If Jackson ever lives up to his potential he could end up being the best of the bunch.

  • GB12
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    Originally posted by draftguru151
    Originally posted by GB12
    Originally posted by cardsalltheway
    Im gonna go Rodgers b/c he could have been the Number one pick two years ago and many believed he should have been.
    http://web.archive.org/web/200503250.../rankings.html

    scott had him ranked as the best player in the draft
    Good use of the archives.
    yep. Im still staying with grossman for now though

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  • draftguru151
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    Originally posted by GB12
    Originally posted by cardsalltheway
    Im gonna go Rodgers b/c he could have been the Number one pick two years ago and many believed he should have been.
    http://web.archive.org/web/200503250.../rankings.html

    scott had him ranked as the best player in the draft
    Good use of the archives.

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  • RCAChainGang
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    I think AAron Rodgers is the QB to watch for he has not had a chance to prove himself and he will be a good QB.

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  • President
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    Rex Grossman

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  • TitleTown088
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    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by TitleTown088
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by TitleTown088
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by JBond93
    Mush signed on with the Bears BECAUSE of Grossman, liked him that much. I have a feeling Grossman is better than he has shown.
    He is. Grossman has a hell of an arm, people tend to forget that. The problem is that his decision making skills haven't evolved as he hasn't been on the field that much. I'm not a huge Grossman fan, but as far as the poll is concerned I have to go with him because in terms of sucess the Bears are primed for a very good 4-5 year run and you can't say that about any other team right now.
    their offense still has a bunch of questions.
    Of course it does. If you define "success" in terms of offensive production then it probably won't be Grossman. If you define it in terms of team wins I'm going with whomever is starting for the Bears.
    Yeah but i think think you gotta go by offensive production, he seems to be asking what individual will do better, not what team, atleased the way i look at it, and in that cause i could say rodgers mot likely.
    What offensive pieces do the Packers have to build around?
    Samkon Gado?
    Greg Jennings?

    Right now I would say the Bears have better/younger skill players than the Packers do.
    Greg will be solid i think, i dunno about gado in the ZBS. But yeah i agree with you the packers will now need to turn their focus mainly to their offensive improvment now that they have a solid Defensive group. But you also have to remember that rodgers also has not became the starter yet and their offense is not set on what he will have to work with in the future. As for now they are working on rebuilding their O-line ,when that is set they will turn to skill players, if they can maybe pick up another reciever, and RB in the near future their offense could be pretty decent with players vets liek bubba, driver, and maybe a few new players will start living up to their potential like fergeson or Marc Boerigter.

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  • GB12
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    Originally posted by cardsalltheway
    Im gonna go Rodgers b/c he could have been the Number one pick two years ago and many believed he should have been.
    http://web.archive.org/web/200503250.../rankings.html

    scott had him ranked as the best player in the draft

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  • GB12
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    Grossman

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  • draftguru151
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    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    What offensive pieces do the Packers have to build around?
    Samkon Gado?
    Greg Jennings?

    Right now I would say the Bears have better/younger skill players than the Packers do.
    I agree, Grossman, Benson, and Bradley are going to be good players.

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  • bearsfan_51
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    Originally posted by TitleTown088
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by TitleTown088
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by JBond93
    Mush signed on with the Bears BECAUSE of Grossman, liked him that much. I have a feeling Grossman is better than he has shown.
    He is. Grossman has a hell of an arm, people tend to forget that. The problem is that his decision making skills haven't evolved as he hasn't been on the field that much. I'm not a huge Grossman fan, but as far as the poll is concerned I have to go with him because in terms of sucess the Bears are primed for a very good 4-5 year run and you can't say that about any other team right now.
    their offense still has a bunch of questions.
    Of course it does. If you define "success" in terms of offensive production then it probably won't be Grossman. If you define it in terms of team wins I'm going with whomever is starting for the Bears.
    Yeah but i think think you gotta go by offensive production, he seems to be asking what individual will do better, not what team, atleased the way i look at it, and in that cause i could say rodgers mot likely.
    What offensive pieces do the Packers have to build around?
    Samkon Gado?
    Greg Jennings?

    Right now I would say the Bears have better/younger skill players than the Packers do.

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  • TitleTown088
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    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by TitleTown088
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by JBond93
    Mush signed on with the Bears BECAUSE of Grossman, liked him that much. I have a feeling Grossman is better than he has shown.
    He is. Grossman has a hell of an arm, people tend to forget that. The problem is that his decision making skills haven't evolved as he hasn't been on the field that much. I'm not a huge Grossman fan, but as far as the poll is concerned I have to go with him because in terms of sucess the Bears are primed for a very good 4-5 year run and you can't say that about any other team right now.
    their offense still has a bunch of questions.
    Of course it does. If you define "success" in terms of offensive production then it probably won't be Grossman. If you define it in terms of team wins I'm going with whomever is starting for the Bears.
    Yeah but i think think you gotta go by offensive production, he seems to be asking what individual will do better, not what team, atleased the way i look at it, and in that cause i could say rodgers mot likely.

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  • bearsfan_51
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    Originally posted by TitleTown088
    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by JBond93
    Mush signed on with the Bears BECAUSE of Grossman, liked him that much. I have a feeling Grossman is better than he has shown.
    He is. Grossman has a hell of an arm, people tend to forget that. The problem is that his decision making skills haven't evolved as he hasn't been on the field that much. I'm not a huge Grossman fan, but as far as the poll is concerned I have to go with him because in terms of sucess the Bears are primed for a very good 4-5 year run and you can't say that about any other team right now.
    their offense still has a bunch of questions.
    Of course it does. If you define "success" in terms of offensive production then it probably won't be Grossman. If you define it in terms of team wins I'm going with whomever is starting for the Bears.

    Leave a comment:


  • TitleTown088
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    Originally posted by bearsfan_51
    Originally posted by JBond93
    Mush signed on with the Bears BECAUSE of Grossman, liked him that much. I have a feeling Grossman is better than he has shown.
    He is. Grossman has a hell of an arm, people tend to forget that. The problem is that his decision making skills haven't evolved as he hasn't been on the field that much. I'm not a huge Grossman fan, but as far as the poll is concerned I have to go with him because in terms of sucess the Bears are primed for a very good 4-5 year run and you can't say that about any other team right now.
    their offense still has a bunch of questions.

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  • bearsfan_51
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    Originally posted by JBond93
    Mush signed on with the Bears BECAUSE of Grossman, liked him that much. I have a feeling Grossman is better than he has shown.
    He is. Grossman has a hell of an arm, people tend to forget that. The problem is that his decision making skills haven't evolved as he hasn't been on the field that much. I'm not a huge Grossman fan, but as far as the poll is concerned I have to go with him because in terms of sucess the Bears are primed for a very good 4-5 year run and you can't say that about any other team right now.

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    Im gonna go Rodgers b/c he could have been the Number one pick two years ago and many believed he should have been.

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