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Old 07-02-2007, 09:26 PM    (permalink
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personally im a brady quinn fan so i would pick him
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Quinn will definitely have the better oppurtunity early on if LeCharles Bentley returns. Edwards and Winslow II with that OL should be enough for him to put together some good numbers.
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yea also i think that quinn has just much better weapons and a new and improved o-line
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Leinart will put up better numbers, but Brady Quinn will win 5 super bowls :).
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Seriously though if you were to ask me this question before he was a Brown, I probably would say Brady Quinn. He has a strong arm and is a smart QB with all the intangeables. Both Quinn and Leinart have the weapons to succeed, and in a couple years Cleveland and Arizona are going to be 2 of the most explosive offenses in the NFL both similar to Cincinnati's in composure.
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I will take Leinart. Arizona is starting to put a lot into their OL, I think guys like Deuce and Levi Brown will be studs. They may have missed on Leonard Davis, but they certainly are moving their offense in the right direction. Plus when you have Edgerrin James and 2 top 10 WRs in the NFL, not to mention a extremely gifted #3 and some young TEs that all can only help. I like Leinart's chances, I think he will turn into a great NFL QB. Quinn looks like he could have the pieces around him as well, but quite simply I believe Leinart is the better WB. Quinn can definitely be a great NFL player as well, he certainly has the potential.
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well if things keep on going like they have at camp, i won't hold my breath waiting on brady quinn.
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yea also i think that quinn has just much better weapons and a new and improved o-line
Better Weapons??? I d take Edge over Lewis, Boldin and Fitz over Edwards, Jurevicius, and K2. The Browns O line will be better but Arizona's is getting better
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I think in the end it's Leinart.
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I think Leinart because..

1) Leinart has Q and Fitzy... as well as an upgrade in coaching.

2) Divisions... Quinn is on a rough team in a tough division.. Leinarts division isn't exactly known for it's competitiveness the past few years.
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I will take Leinart. Arizona is starting to put a lot into their OL, I think guys like Deuce and Levi Brown will be studs. They may have missed on Leonard Davis, but they certainly are moving their offense in the right direction. Plus when you have Edgerrin James and 2 top 10 WRs in the NFL, not to mention a extremely gifted #3 and some young TEs that all can only help. I like Leinart's chances, I think he will turn into a great NFL QB. Quinn looks like he could have the pieces around him as well, but quite simply I believe Leinart is the better WB. Quinn can definitely be a great NFL player as well, he certainly has the potential.
Top 10 is a bit high for both Fitz and Boldin based on production. I'd have Boldin there, but how can you rank Fitz ahead of:

Marvin Harrison
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Based on production, you can't.
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I'll say Leinart, I just think he is the better QB
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Top 10 is a bit high for both Fitz and Boldin based on production. I'd have Boldin there, but how can you rank Fitz ahead of:

Marvin Harrison
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Javon Walker

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I think you could easily put Fitz over Walker, Driver, and Wayne...he's debatable with some of the others too.

As far as the QBs go, I like Leinart over Quinn. I'm not entirely sold on Quinn as a pro-quarterback (not that I am on Leinart either), and I feel Leinart has better weapons, as well as better overall ability. I'd take Leinart.
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Its hard to tell.I like Quinn more but their surrounding casts are about the same.
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Same here.
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I think you could easily put Fitz over Walker, Driver, and Wayne...he's debatable with some of the others too.
Based on production? Sorry, but 1 out of 3 seasons doesn't do it for me.
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Based on production? Sorry, but 1 out of 3 seasons doesn't do it for me.
Javon Walker has 2 out of 5 good years, with his second good year not being that much further away from Fitz's, despite playing in three more games.

The other two have been more productive on a strictly stats basis, but have also been in the league much longer. Give Fitz careers their length and I say he surpasses them.

But considering I misread your OP about production alone, if you want to look at only what they have done, and not what they will do, then yes those guys are better, mainly because Fitz has only been around three years, normally the amount of time it takes for a receiver to get used to the NFL, except he was a good WR from the second he stepped on the field. Plus his 103 catch, 1400+ yard 10 TD season is a good deal better then anything Driver has done, and slightly better then what Walker did in his best year (except for TDs).

But if its only what they've done to date, then Fitz loses by default, because he hasn't had as many years to accomplish what the others did.
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Javon Walker has 2 out of 5 good years, with his second good year not being that much further away from Fitz's, despite playing in three more games.
He would have 3 consecutive good seasons, but he tore his ACL in the first game of the 2005 season.

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The other two have been more productive on a strictly stats basis, but have also been in the league much longer. Give Fitz careers their length and I say he surpasses them.
I'm not saying Fitz isn't a talented receiver, just that he's not Top 10 right now. Could he be? Probably, but he could also pull a Robert Edwards the next time he steps onto the field. Potential is rather overrated on this board, though that shouldn't shock anyone given the nature of this board.

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But considering I misread your OP about production alone, if you want to look at only what they have done, and not what they will do, then yes those guys are better, mainly because Fitz has only been around three years, normally the amount of time it takes for a receiver to get used to the NFL, except he was a good WR from the second he stepped on the field. Plus his 103 catch, 1400+ yard 10 TD season is a good deal better then anything Driver has done, and slightly better then what Walker did in his best year (except for TDs).
Like I said, 1 out of 3 seasons doesn't do it for me. When he puts up numbers like his 2005 season on a more consistent basis, I'll be the first to have him in my Top 10 WRs, but right now, he can't be there.

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But if its only what they've done to date, then Fitz loses by default, because he hasn't had as many years to accomplish what the others did.
He doesn't lose by default, he loses because he hasn't put up the numbers yet. He could easily be Top 10 in the near future, but it's not a sure thing. You can't take potential so seriously as to let it completely blind you to production.
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Leinart and its not even close.
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Repost this when Brady plays a down. Matt Leinart has much more skills and better players around him. The o-line will be fine with that new o-line coach they got.
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I'd like to hold off until Quinn at least signs a contract and gets into training camp. That said, right now I think that Leinart is on a drastically better team.
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matt leinart cuz he has a better supporting cast
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It's certainly setup in Arizona for Leinart to do well. But I still like Quinn better. I think both are fantastic, but Quinn will be a bit better. He might not have the best numbers out of the two, but I still think he'll end up being better. It's extremely early for all of this though.
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