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  • #31
    Originally posted by xspikex View Post
    I actually think Turner has done a really good job of utilizing Grossman.
    The deep ball is his big strength, and Turner have used it alot with him.
    He has used it a lot...even when it doesnt work. Problem is w/ Rex, is that that is his best throw, and that Turner strays away from the run game b.c he is so tempted by the deep throw

    Originally posted by BeansDooma
    who retires first: brett favre or aaron rodgers?

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    • #32
      True, Turner strayed from the running game this year, but it wasn't effective and we were behind a lot this year.

      I'm not his biggest fan, and we could probably do better at the OC position, but I do think we could do a lot worse too.
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      • #33
        We need schoop back. 3rd and 1, WR screen. 3rd and 28 WR screen.

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        • #34
          such a weak qb class, flacco's gone. it's barely worth taking anything but a flyer on a late rd qb. i have no names.
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          • #35
            Originally posted by awfullyquiet View Post
            such a weak qb class, flacco's gone. it's barely worth taking anything but a flyer on a late rd qb. i have no names.
            well, lets play the assume ryan, brohm and flacco are gone game. (ryan is gone...thank christ)

            i wouldnt want chad henne at all period. too bad my opinion doesnt factor into teh bears actual draft plan.....and id like to have woodson. people are low on him, i like him. he looked damn good against some rather good teams like LSU....

            after about teh 4th round, i really no long care what QB we take if we do at that point. that late in the draft is....meh. few of em turn out to be much more than backups, so i would accept anyone

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            • #36
              I like Henne, but I think we should go BPA no matter what. I don't want us to reach just to grab a qb.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by BeerBaron View Post
                well, lets play the assume ryan, brohm and flacco are gone game. (ryan is gone...thank christ)

                i wouldnt want chad henne at all period. too bad my opinion doesnt factor into teh bears actual draft plan.....and id like to have woodson. people are low on him, i like him. he looked damn good against some rather good teams like LSU....

                after about teh 4th round, i really no long care what QB we take if we do at that point. that late in the draft is....meh. few of em turn out to be much more than backups, so i would accept anyone
                Kevin O'Connell.
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                • #38
                  Originally posted by regoob2 View Post
                  I like Henne, but I think we should go BPA no matter what. I don't want us to reach just to grab a qb.
                  i dont think anyone should ever reach to grab a QB...unless its the falcons or ravens this year to keep ryan from tempting JA......

                  but i dont think henne would be the BPA in the 7th round. i just dont see him having a pro future as a starter, much less ever being a franchise QB

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                  • #39
                    I think Henne could be BPA in round 2, obviously depends on whos there.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by regoob2 View Post
                      I think Henne could be BPA in round 2, obviously depends on whos there.
                      mmmmm like i said....i dont. i dont like henne as an nfl QB.

                      i said it once before and ill stand by it that id rather have anthony "deer in the headlights" morelli over henne

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by awfullyquiet View Post
                        Kevin O'Connell.
                        I like O'Connell a lot too, but they better be pretty damn sure about him if they think he's the QB of the future.

                        I guess what I'm saying is, that we should probably consider a QB no later than the 44th pick. Grossman is not the answer, and it's very doubtful Orton is either. Even in the three games where Orton played pretty well, his completion % was way too low, something that he really struggled with his rookie season as well.


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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                          I like O'Connell a lot too, but they better be pretty damn sure about him if they think he's the QB of the future.

                          I guess what I'm saying is, that we should probably consider a QB no later than the 44th pick. Grossman is not the answer, and it's very doubtful Orton is either. Even in the three games where Orton played pretty well, his completion % was way too low, something that he really struggled with his rookie season as well.
                          I don't think the value will be on the board by then. With the way flacco's getting pumped up, i don't think we'd have a chance by 44. Therefore. O'Connell wouldn't be a bad pick imo in the 6th.
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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by bearsfan_51 View Post
                            I like O'Connell a lot too, but they better be pretty damn sure about him if they think he's the QB of the future.

                            I guess what I'm saying is, that we should probably consider a QB no later than the 44th pick. Grossman is not the answer, and it's very doubtful Orton is either. Even in the three games where Orton played pretty well, his completion % was way too low, something that he really struggled with his rookie season as well.
                            the nice thing about taking a QB late, such as well after the 44th pick, is that theres no real commitment to him. he can come in, compete for a few years, if hes no good, he can be pushed out with no real consequence.

                            you cant say teh same about a QB taken in the 2nd round. theres a bit more of an investment there....if we take a guy (henne) there and hes no good, we again run into the cedric benson scenario where we have to keep around due to the investment since the FO wouldnt want to look stupid.

                            i said before that if your going to take a QB early, you had better make damn sure he is your guy and can be your franchise QB and i simply dont see anyone who would be there in the first 44 picks id take. maybe brohm if hes there.....and id put flacco well ahead of henne.

                            id put anthony freakin morelli ahead of henne. i dont like chad henne!

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