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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    "muchluv4smoot" wrote:
    Brodie Croyle in round 2. Perfect fit for the WCO.
    Good idea. Sit him behind BJ for a year and let him learn.

    I'd like to see us trade up and get Cutler or Leinart, but I definately don't see that happening unless we get wicked compensation for Culpepper (which isn't likely).

    If all else fails, and we don't get Brees from FA then we should take a guy like Croyle.

    I like the idea of Brees, but I wouldn't cry if it were someone else.

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    Cojo, you're not the only one that's high on Jacobs :wink:

    Here's what I said in the Offseason forum:"KJ" wrote:
    I like Omar Jacobs. I think he'll end up being a very good NFL QB. I really don't see much of a difference between him and Vince Young, except that Young played in the Big 12. Both are big, fast, athletic guys that have funky mechanics. Vince has all the hype going for him though. Not saying he doesn't deserve the hype, because the way he played in the Rose Bowl was incredible, but I don't think he's that much better than Jacobs.

    And people only worrying about the top 3 will be surprised in a few years when guys like Croyle, Whitehust, Jacobs, and others could potentially be starting. It's almost guaranteed that at least one of those top 3 will not make it, and at least one of the forgotten QBs taken after the first round will make it and become at least a decent starter.
    I would like very much for us to draft Omar Jacobs in the 2nd round, have him sit for a year behind Brad, and then see what he can do. I also watched that Wisconsin game, and it was simply amazing how bad he torched the Badgers that game.

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    Jacobs is over looked because of the conference he plays in and the team he plays on. I have seen a few of his games on tv he has impressed me but I wish he would have stayed in school and work on some of his mechincs.
    I would agree. Next year, if he would stay healthy, he'd probably be a first round top pick. But I think with a QB coach and working behind Brad, he can forgo that last year of college and still become a good NFL QB. He's got all the talent in the world.
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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    I'd go with omar jacobs. He sounds like the real thing just overlooked. I would be excited if we drafted him in the second after picking up a big time line backer in the first.

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    troy smith next year, hello heisman.

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    o,ar jacobs sounds sweet

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    What does everyone know about Reggie McNeal? Also, someone mentioned Brodie Croyle... where does everyone think these two will land in the draft?

    Peace.

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

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    If we trade him, it should be to the saints for their pick, give em B-Will too.

    Or our pick.

    Id much rather have Leinart than anyone else, he's gonna be great.

    And if Leinart replaces Pepp, then #11 will be available...

    Seriously, I think Drew Brees is our guy. He is young, and very disciplined. With Brees we can go to the SB..

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    Re: Culpepper's replacement???

    i dunno...

























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    "slimerg0d" wrote:
    What does everyone know about Reggie McNeal? Also, someone mentioned Brodie Croyle... where does everyone think these two will land in the draft?

    Peace.
    Not sure about McNeal, but I've heard that Croyle will land somewhere in the early to mid second round.

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