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    Considering what a lousy job you are doing as the misspelled "Optimist," color me unimpressed. Maybe I will one day see some truly optimistic postings from you. Probably come at right about the first time we finally get some realistic ones.

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    That was a much younger Josh Cribbs and a pre concussed MoMass. Problem is McCoy has a noodle arm and couldn't throw deep to MoMass. Instead he put him in danger and got him hurt. It's not my fault McCoy got hurt, he had 2 years dude. Face it, he failed! You're so apologetic for McCoy and so quick to throw Weeden out under the bus. It might be because McCoy is such a nice guy and Weeden is a fire crotch.

    How does the strength of schedule compare to McCoy's?
    Did you read what I said? Neither are the answer. Colt McCoy is an NFL backup...so is Weeden. I'm not saying he's anything more, just saying that Weeden has had a much better chance at success than McCoy did. Cribbs was never an NFL-quality WR. Mo Mass is a #3 at best. Compare that to having Richardson, Little, Gordon, Benjamin at your disposal with a pretty solid offensive line, and you cannot possibly argue that McCoy had a better shot.

    Yes, Weeden has a stronger arm. So does Derek Anderson (who, by the way, is the same age as Weeden and an 8 year pro). It doesn't mean he's a good QB. I have no issue with Weeden as a person, I just don't view him (or, again, McCoy) as the long-term answer. If that makes me a McCoy apologist or Weeden "hater", so be it.

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Chip Kelly + Cleveland= TEEEEBOW


    Just kidding. But it's scary that is a possibility

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

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    Chip Kelly + Cleveland= TEEEEBOW


    Just kidding. But it's scary that is a possibility
    Chip Kelly said that Tebow wouldn't fit his offense.

    So no, even if Kelly was bringing the zone read, Tebow wouldn't be an option.

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Amherstcavsfan View Post
    Chip Kelly said that Tebow wouldn't fit his offense.

    So no, even if Kelly was bringing the zone read, Tebow wouldn't be an option.

    No, of course Tebow wouldn't fit this offense. But I guarantee there will be plenty of this talk if Kelly actually comes.

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    I'd rather have Tebow than Weeden.

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Brickman View Post
    I'd rather have Tebow than Weeden.
    Bridge too far.
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    Bridge too far.

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Alex Smith would make sense for Chip Kelly. Plus he's younger than Weeden, which is absurd.

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    Chip Kelly will switch the offense to a pass attack style offense to benefit Weeden
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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Brickman View Post
    I'd rather have Tebow than Weeden.
    As TE or team Chaplain, maybe.
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    Chip Kelly will switch the offense to a pass attack style offense to benefit Weeden
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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Nobody can design an offense around Brandon Weeden.
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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by b00bie View Post
    Nobody can design an offense around Brandon Weeden.
    If playing 3-4 Bingo cards at a time can be described as an offense, then I'm pretty sure the nurses can create a system around him and the folks at his usual table over in the corner.

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    Default Re: The Brandon Weeden Thread

    Quote Originally Posted by b00bie View Post
    Nobody can design an offense around Brandon Weeden.
    If Tim Tebow can make the playoffs at QB, anyone can.

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    Did you read what I said? Neither are the answer. Colt McCoy is an NFL backup...so is Weeden. I'm not saying he's anything more, just saying that Weeden has had a much better chance at success than McCoy did. Cribbs was never an NFL-quality WR. Mo Mass is a #3 at best. Compare that to having Richardson, Little, Gordon, Benjamin at your disposal with a pretty solid offensive line, and you cannot possibly argue that McCoy had a better shot.

    Yes, Weeden has a stronger arm. So does Derek Anderson (who, by the way, is the same age as Weeden and an 8 year pro). It doesn't mean he's a good QB. I have no issue with Weeden as a person, I just don't view him (or, again, McCoy) as the long-term answer. If that makes me a McCoy apologist or Weeden "hater", so be it.
    I'm glad you are a QB guru. Tell me Nostradamus, who realistically is our QB of the future that we should grab this draft or in FA?

    I don't really care about Weeden's age. Warner wasn't exactly young when he started playing at the level he did. Roger Staubach wasn't exactly young either.
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