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    A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    [size=12pt]A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations[/size]
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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    Cutler?

    Give me a fucken break?

    And Miami ahead of us?
    WTF?
    They are 0-2!

    I submitted my comment on their site.


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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    14. Dolphins: Chad Pennington, Chad Henne, Pat White -- Signs of Penny not repeating his '08 career year. Arm strength limiting, and behind him raw inexperience.
    14th.
    That situation is so bad they resort to the Wildcat to move the ball.
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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    Not going to complain too much ... we used to be in the low 20's on these lists.

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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    There is a lot of media adoration for mr. 12 even though he has a overall losing record and it shows in this poll.
    They have two QB's and rank higher than 27 other teams.
    Seriously come on.

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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    Aaron Rodgers gets some pass protection he is deadly.
    Get over it.
    It is the truth.
    I'd start moving the Ravens QB situation up also.
    I think the Cardinals situation is underrated as well.
    It's not so much Warner as it is the the strong sense that Leinart might really have had the light go on.
    I think the Vikes are a little low on that list, but ultimately...so what?


    You want Barney to game manage, he's game managing... I say count your blessings, he could be just shucking it up willy-nilly, ya know... ;D


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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    Any QB who is average or better with pass protection can be dangerous with those WR's.
    My point was that they only suit up two QB's but have a top 5 QB situation.

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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    My point wasn't directed at you bad93ex.
    It is a generalized yell at everyone that doesn't see something pretty obvious ...to those that want it to be different.
    The article wasn't addressing offenses, or even "passing games", per se.
    We got trouble in Green Bay, but it isn't because of our QB.
    It is our line...Much more severe problem than the minor ones you guys are experiencing
    (read AD and CT).
    The assessment of Rodgers and Flynn is accurate in the article.

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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    14. Dolphins: Chad Pennington, Chad Henne, Pat White -- Signs of Penny not repeating his '08 career year. Arm strength limiting, and behind him raw inexperience.
    14th.
    That situation is so bad they resort to the Wildcat to move the ball.

    And it's worse now...but at least they'll get a look at Chad Henne. Pennington is out for the year with another shoulder injury.
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    Re: A look at NFL teams with the best QB situations

    "dfosterf" wrote:
    You want Barney to game manage, he's game managing... I say count your blessings, he could be just shucking it up willy-nilly, ya know... ;D
    You mean like this?

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