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- Apr 27, 2005
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I think his timeline will depend a lot on how the next 18 months go. If the Browns are awful, I can see him walking away.
Pre-injury, he definitely wasn't done. He's obviously not at his peak, but that's to be expected. If he heals and still has the will to play, we take him at LT no problem.
I don't understand the logic behind the "Jimmy is unproven and I won't trade the #12 pick for him" then in the next sentence say "I'd be ok with player X in the draft using the #12 pick"
Garoppolo has 3 years, a few starts and multiple pre-season games under his belt. He's infinitely more proven than any college QB.
Because he hasn't earned that value.
First things first. It's a shit move to bump a thread from four months ago to re-hash an argument I was correct about.Good evaluation here.
Says the guy who I only assume sprains ligaments patting himself on the back on old draft threads.First things first. It's a shit move to bump a thread from four months ago to re-hash an argument I was correct about.
He was not worth that value, and was dealt for a second round selection.
In all honestly, stop shit posting this board or simply just put me on ignore. If the shoe were on the other foot, I'm certain it would result in a ban...but for some apparent reason your shit continues to be put up with for reasons passing understanding.
Plenty of other teams out there who need a QB and he still got dealt for a 2.Says the guy who I only assume sprains ligaments patting himself on the back on old draft threads.
I don't see anything wrong with re-examining acthread a few months later, especially a popular one. In this specific case, however, it should all be with a grain of salt since we now know the Pats/Jimmy's agent wasn't going to trade him to the Browns even when the Browns gave a higher offer than the Niners.