Originally Posted by Gabrosin
Assuming Jimmy Smith returns to his pre-injury form, and with Will Hill under control as an RFA for at least one more season, I think there's more reason for optimism with our defensive backs than with our receiving corps. Even if they burn the rest of the squad to the ground, you figure we'll have Jimmy Smith, Asa Jackson, Rashaan Melvin, a draft pick, and a bargain free agent at CB, with Will Hill, Terrence Brooks, a draft pick, and a bargain free agent at safety. There's a lot of optimism for
Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn
I like Strong, but unless he bombs in his workouts, he likely will be a late first rounder.
Like Strong. PR nightmare for us if we take DGB. With how poorly the Rice thing was handled anyway. Another DV case would literally be the last thing we need
Originally Posted by JustaslowZ06
I really don't think Cutler is a bad QB. He's better than alot of guys around the league. But it really boils down to. You have 2 elite wr's. A top RB. A pretty damn good TE. There's no way that team shouldn't be easily in a WC. Yeah you have Rodgers in your division so that's hard. But you should be a shoe in fir the 5 seed without any problem.
See, this is what gets on my nerves as a fan, when it comes to QBs. Guys like Andy Dalton and Jay Cutler are given every possible opportunity
Originally Posted by Mista T
Originally Posted by Terpsfan82
Personally, I think Bert Jones was a better qb.
I somewhat agree. The Ruston Rifle could hurl the long ball with pinpoint accuracy. Unlike Peyton Manning, Bert did not pad stats with short easy stuff. Also, Bert's receivers were pedestrian: Glenn Doughty and TE Ray Chester. Carr ran like a rabbit, but had no moves.
Neither of Archie's sons were equal to their old man in basic passing capability. I had the great experience of watching Archie for three years in
Originally Posted by Ravenswintitle
I think we get that back
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The fact that the ball was going towards the endzone says it should have been ruled incomplete.