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Poll: Choose your QB for Seahawks in 2012

Post by Eric Williams on March 12, 2012 at 4:16 pm with 81 Comments »
March 12, 2012 4:16 pm

At the request of blog commenter Southendzone, here’s our poll question as we head toward the first day of free agency tomorrow.

Who do you want to start at QB in 2012 for the Seahawks?

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  1. grizindabox says:

    Is this “who I wish will be the starting QB” or “who I think will be the starting QB”?

  2. I would love to have Peyton Manning paving the way and tutoring Kirk Cousins…

    That’s my pipe dream.

  3. TJ is in the lead!!! That made me literally lol.

  4. DisplacedSeahawkFan says:

    I’m cool with giving T.Jack 1 more year to see if he improves: the caveat being we draft a QB in this draft who will be capable of competing for the starting job next season. I don’t want Manning, simply because he’s at the end of his career and in a couple of years he’ll likely be done–which means he’s only a short term solution for whichever team acquires him.

  5. raymaines says:

    T-Jack is not going to improve. He’s been in the same system with the same OC for seven or eight years now, and he is what he is. Maybe he’s good enough for the JS/PC view of how things should be, but he isn’t going to improve.

  6. Soggybuc says:

    TJ is plan B pure and simple, the upside of that is capable, not good but capable enough that they don’t have to get desperate and reach.
    Outside the top 2 i don’t see any QB in the draft who looks ready to start opening day so ya might want to get used to the idea of TJ for at least another year.

  7. Where is Jake Locker in the poll?

  8. seahawk44 says:

    Colt McCoy …. after Holmgren gets Flynn or Tannehill

  9. I can’t imagine Flynn going to Miami tomorrow knowing that ownership wants Manning at any cost. I hope the Hawks don’t get too much competition from Cleveland (as I can’t imagine Miami being big players early if they think they have a chance at Manning). One thing that I get the impression of with Cleveland is that they aren’t a team that’s going to grossly overspend either. With Washington having no interest, that makes me a little more optimistic that this Flynn stuff could become reality. It’d really be nice to not have to wonder about that position anymore.

  10. A poll, really?

    Oh, the banality of it all.

    I refuse.

  11. Palerydr says:

    Well Bobby if we sign Flynn I’m still gonna be doing plenty of wondering along the lines of “Is this the guy?” “Can he get it done long term?” Does this guy “Tilt the room?” “Take charge in the Huddle?” “Drive the length of the field in the 4th and not take a sack to end it on the last play?” i.e. The NE Game. Yea I’m gonna be doing plenty of wondering. I will also be all in that he can do all the above if we sign him.

    327 votes as of my post but only 11 comments intristin.

  12. Palerydr says:

    Now it says 259 but still…

  13. Anyone else think that Manning wants to see how some teams improve themselves for committing to them?

    I don’t buy that “hadn’t thought about where wanted to play,” as he said at his press conference last week in Indy. Not at all.

    Maybe he wants to see what some of these teams are going to do? Maybe he will visit a place like Seattle if he sees that the pass rush has been improved?

    Maybe he’ll sign with AZ if they get some serious OL help (I don’t know how they could afford it, and him, though).

    If I were him, I’d rather sit back and make a decision after you get a better idea of what the Broncos, Dolphins, Titans, etc. roster is going to look like after the first few weeks of free agency. I realize the big spenders aren’t always the ones who win big like the days of Prime Time going from one team to another and changing the balance of power between Dallas and SF, but you do have a better idea of who all the starters are going to be and who looks best on paper up to that point.

    And for all of us who talk about how we’re so close, which I do think we are, I doubt I’d go visit Seattle either if their pass rush is/was terrible, as we all know it is at this moment in time. Maybe he’d change his mind if we added a big piece or two? I would if I were him.

    In the meantime, lets just go get Flynn and not worry about this conversation again for a decade.

  14. I think Schneider has made it pretty clear that Flynn is a guy that can tilt the room when he talks about the swagger he had when he arrived in Green Bay and beat our their 2nd round pick for back-up and stuff like that. If we do sign Flynn, is he going to be perfect? No way. We’re going to have to put up with some stupid “rookie” mistakes from time to time next season, no doubt about it. But getting him is the exact step in the right direction, IMO.

  15. ChrisHolmes says:

    @Palerydr I think any wondering you, or I, or anyone does about Flynn’s ability is legit. His portfolio is way too small for anyone to know. I think comparison’s to Kolb are legit; it looks like the same situation to me. Guy has a few good games in relief, but can he do it when it’s his team? No way to know without giving him a contract and putting him in the fire.

    But – and this is the important thing to me – Flynn would be perceived as a long-term solution to the QB position. Whether he can seize on the opportunity or not, at least we’d finally have someone young and capable under center that we could theoretically call our QB for several years to come. And a guy who clearly has done it in a couple of games. So we know that *something* is there. We just don’t know the extent of it. Did he use up all his good plays in those two games? LOL

    I’m all for management bringing in SOMEONE that they think can either be, or develop into, an elite level QB that would give us a realistic chance at a deep playoff run EVERY YEAR. Not just once a decade because we’re riding a great running game and stout defense. But Every. Single. Year.

    To me, Flynn best represents that *chance*. Manning isn’t coming here. TJack clearly can’t get it done. Tannehill is the big unknown…

  16. nighthawk2 says:

    Locker? I’d take him over T-Joke. Locker ought to be demanding a trade if they sign Manning. 8th pick overall I think, then they bring in a washed up, injury prone 35 year old, whom Locker outplays when Hasselbeck gets his annual injury. Now they’re going to bring in a washed up 36 year old with 3 neck surgeries in 19 months to waste 3 more years of his 5 year contract? Demand a trade, every freaking day yell “Trade me!” and get out of that dysfunctional ownership. Bud Adams, the guy that forced Vince Young on Jeff Fisher then forced them both out of town. What an idiot.

  17. Hawksince77 says:

    This issue with Flynn is that signing him will be costly, and from strickly a value/risk perspective, I can’t see PC/JS making that call.

    In addition, I don’t believe Flynn fits the profile – doesn’t have a big enough arm for what PC wants to do.

    At least that’s my impression. I don’t know what will happen, but I would expect a higher-value FA signing (Henne, Campbell for instance) over a high-priced, inexperienced and largley unknown.

  18. Palerydr says:

    ChrisHolmes you’ve made some thoughtful well argued posts of late on our QB problem nicely done. My closing line is I’m all in if they sign him. If they do then I want Flynn to be more than a game manager I want a guy who can do it all for the next 6-8 years considering his age.

  19. Palerydr says:

    Something off Topic what round compensatory pick are we gonna get for Hasselbeck? my guess is a 4th

  20. RDPoulsbo says:

    I of course went with Flynn. I know it’s going to be costly, but better now while they can swallow cap costs with the potential to be cut with a lower price later on. Eventually, they need to take a risk. There’s no such thing as a safe pick at QB through draft or FA. Well, I guess there is, but that’s what gets you Whitehurst or T-Jax.

    I’m guessing those who want T-Jax this year are betting on Cousins or Osweiler in the 2-3 rounds with a year to learn the system. I’m good with that as well, but it’s more of a fallback if they can’t get Flynn. Not sold on Osweiler, but if he came for a 3rd or lower, he’d be worth a shot.

  21. Dukeshire says:

    blocis – Good for you and I’m with you. The what ifs and rumors and innuendo… I can’t stand any of it. This is 100x worse than all the Favre BS, for me.

  22. Palerydr says:

    I would guess even if they sign Flynn they also draft another QB. I’m also betting on Cousins or Osweiler but in the 2nd round as I have learned from some draft and play BB tournaments I’ve been in if you like somebody then just get him and worry about what others think later.

  23. Palerydr says:

    Cmon now Duke I haven’t mentioned that “other guy” just because I also am sick of that Circus.

  24. freedom_X says:

    I doubt very much the pass rush is a major reason why Manning wouldn’t come to Seattle. From a personnel perspective, I would say either the lack of a proven line (promising late in the year, but no full season history of success) or the lack of a productive, top-end WR are the main sticking points.

    The real reason would be, Manning has his pick of places apparently, on his terms, so unless Seattle was his 1st or 2nd choice, why make a trip? If the market looked softer he’d be headed here. If, when it comes to $$$, no one will pay him what he wants, then he’ll book the trip.

    Without any ties to Manning, it’s just not in cards (not Cards) for Seattle to be a top choice. Maybe if Paul Allen publicly declared his love for Manning and the desire to have him on the team at all costs. But that is not the Allen way, nor should it be. Bud Adams is not necessarily making a football-sound decision.

  25. Sign Flynn tomorrow so we don’t even have to care about that circus!

  26. cseahawk says:

    Randy Moss just signed with 49ers. Would have preferred that not happen.

  27. Dukeshire says:

    Yes, Bobby. Anything!!

  28. Palerydr says:

    I’m no twitter guy so can anybody who is monitoring this type of media let us know if Flynn, Williams, Soleia or some other notable FA has booked a flight for Seattle tomorrow? Or does Paul Allen have chartered jets making stops across the country? Sure wish the sun was gonna be out tomorrow.

  29. nighthawk2 says:

    If Flynn doesn’t have a big enough arm for Carroll, then Kirk Cousins sure as hell doesn’t. I saw Flynn make some pretty big throws when he got to play. If they want a big arm, draft Osweiler.

    The QB situation in the NFL is so bad that Josh Freeman’s backup in Tampa, Josh Johnson, is considered as viable as a free agent starter. This is nothing short of a zombie apocalypse at the quarterback position, and we’re Ash Williams with his boomstick. In other words, the pickin’s are slim.

    Looking at the QB class in this draft, there’s Andrew Luck, and then a big gulf.

    Griffin may be another John Elway, or another Akili Smith. I’m leaning toward the later.

    Tannehill’s been annointed the #3 QB, he’s got a year and a half of experience at QB after being a receiver and broke his foot in a non-contact drill before the all-star games.

    Then there’s Osweiler, with a cannon arm but can run real well.

    Nick Foles who’s a Brady type in the sense that he’s got a strong arm and you’ll always know where he’s going to be–i.e. in the pocket.

    Kirk Cousins who’s a game manager that hasn’t shown a big arm but also got stuck in a run-oriented offense with only one decent receiver.

    Brandon Weeden is a 29 year old (or will be when the season starts) rookie that played pro baseball before playing in a goofy spread offense. His rookie contract will be his last NFL contract.

    Russell Wilson should have stuck with baseball, he’s 5’11”.

    Case Keenum is 6’1″ and played in a run and shoot offense with inflated numbers.

    Kellen Moore would be great if he were 3 or 4 inches taller and 40 pounds heavier (6’0″ and 187).

    B.J. Coleman (UT-Chattanooga) could be a nice developmental project if you have 2 or 3 years or so to wait. We don’t.

    The rest, I don’t even want to think about. Boys, the pickings are slim.

  30. SeahawkFan12 says:

    I’m real cool with signing Flynn, just not overpaying for him. I’m actually (wait for it……) willing ot live with TJax another year if I knew we had a reasonable shot at Barkley. I know, I know……

  31. Dukeshire says:

    I love your sarcasm, and wish you posted more often. But that breakdown is as commonly understood as where the sun comes up tomorrow. What I’d like to know, is where do you fall? Stick wih Jackson and draft a project? Chase Flynn? Thankfully you’re in the no to Manning camp. Wait until next season? Curious…

  32. nighthawk2 says:

    You talkin’ to me? (looks in mirror)

  33. nighthawk2 says:

    If you like Barkley, we might as well draft Cousins. Same size, just better coaching and weapons for Barkley.

    I want Flynn. Barring that, I want to draft Osweiler.

  34. ChrisHolmes says:

    If there were an Andrew Luck in next year’s draft, waiting until next season might actually be a viable option. But then we’d have to suck enough to ensure the #1 pick to get the guy.

    Oh wait, we actually had a chance to do pull that scenario off and we screwed it up. Next…

    I think this situation has to get resolved this year, somehow. And personally, the younger a guy is, the better. We need a long-term fix, or at least the perception that the guy is a long-term fix.

    The biggest problem I see to this whole equation is, sadly, PC and JS. I just don’t think they value the right tools in a QB. So even if we do get a new face under center, I don’t think it’s going to be a guy that will bring us championships.

    I still have this gut feeling that PC and JS just don’t understand the QB position very well at the NFL level.

  35. jarred767 says:

    Anyone have any thoughts on the former Texan RT Eric Winston. I don’t know too much about him, but it sounds like he’s a pretty legit RT who will fit into a zone blocking system perfectly, and he’s only 28. This could allow us to move Carp inside and have a line of Okung, Carp, Unger, Moffit, Winston – could be stellar, and we’d have Breno for insurance still if Carp isn’t back in time for the start of the season.

    It sounds like there might be a decent market for Winston out there, however, if we sign him, we might not even need to think about our line in the draft or for the next couple of years either.

    Anyone know more about him?

    Oh, and I’m on the Flynn wagon, as of now and seriously want this Manning debacle over as fast as possible as well so we can focus more on reality.

  36. freedom_X says:

    I will say this – I’ll wait until Seattle’s in the playoffs 3 or 4 years in a row, falling short of the Super Bowl, before I roast the current management for not getting a so-called Super Bowl QB. Considering where this franchise has been the past 4 years, I’m not putting the cart before the horse.

    If they do build the rest of the team up so that it resembles a championship contender, then they deserve full credit for it whether they get a QB or not. But if they sabotage the foundation of the team, buying lottery ticket after lottery ticket hoping for an elite QB instead of investing in a rock-solid, healthy team, I will roast them.

  37. freedom_X says:

    I have to think that if Winston is that good, he’d never have been released. I thought he had some injury problems in the past. I don’t know his game that well. It’s just rare that a quality tackle gets cut loose unless he’s been hurt a lot.

  38. Winston is a good RT. I remember thinking he was good coming out of Miami. However, after signing Breno, I don’t think it makes sense. Breno is the starting RT. He’s a good run blocker and his lack of pass protection forces Zach Miller to be a waste of cap space, since he’s a billion dollar glorified babysitter. There will be other suitors for Winston, that’s for sure, but not in Seattle.

  39. I’m speculating that they released him in part due to being close to the cap and trying to sign Mario before he hits the open market?

  40. SeahawkFan12 says:

    Hey Duke, not sure if your question was directed at me, but I am dead serious about bringing Flynn in, just not overpaying for the sake of overpaying. I am also dead serious about TJax if the Flynn sweepstakes come down to a silly bidding war (which I believe it will). I’m seriously okay riding the TJack jalopy if it means bringing in Barkley or another young gun next draft.

  41. bsinnitt says:

    I would think that drafting Tannehill or any of the other draft prospects would lead to another year of Tavaris while they learn from the sideline. So, realistically, those 3 percentages should be combined. My personal preference would be to draft Tannehill in the first and best available QB in the 3rd or 4th. I’m not against signing Flynn if they’re confident he’s the guy but I just haven’t seen enough of him to have an informed opinion one way or another.

  42. SeahawkFan12 says:

    And to be direct, I’d fall in the “stick with Jackson and draft next season” camp. Unpopular, but that is where I’m at. And there’s lots of room and plenty of beer over here if anyone wants to join me!

  43. piperfeltcher says:

    Actually us stick with TJack campers have been growing in numbers the last few days.

  44. jarred767 says:

    Did a little research and it looks like the Winston cut was a surprise to almost everyone, including him. He is said to be one of the best tackles available and was a “cap casualty.” He did blow out his knee in college, which hurt his draft position, but was still drafted in the third round in 2006 and has started 16 games every since he was drafted – can’t get much more durable than that.

    Unless, there’s something that Houston is hiding, I don’t see why we shouldn’t push hard for him.

    Here’s a couple of links about his release for any interested.

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2012/03/12/texans-cut-eric-winston/

    http://blog.chron.com/ultimatetexans/2012/03/texans-waive-offensive-tackle-eric-winston/

  45. piperfeltcher says:

    Yes Winston has been constantly rated out as a top 10 right tackle but he is going to get paid as not a lot of tackles in free agency.

  46. jarred767 says:

    Looks like we can add Leinart into this crazy quarterback debacle….

  47. HawkyHann says:

    Leinart is flying in on seaplane to VMAC. He’s looking to “compete”

  48. I didn’t know he had a license to fly a plane? I hope he’s bringing Mario Williams or Matt Flynn with him!

  49. Dukeshire says:

    Nighthawk2 – You’re a Flynn guy? I’m surprised. Not sute why, exactly. But what the hell, I am too.

  50. Dukeshire says:

    Seahawkfan12 – My earlier comment was directed to nighthawk. As I recall, you’ve been pretty consistent regarding Flynn. Thanks or clarifying in any case.

  51. I think pabs is even okay w/Flynn. WTF?

    Looking above the current ticker has 249 for Flynn and 95 for Jackson.

  52. jarred767 says:

    Sounds like we might all be on the verge of insanity with so many options and potential scenarios surrounding the Hawks and everything starting tomorrow. And the fact the front office has been so quiet so far this offseason seems to make everything even more of a mystery.

    I hope my/our anticipation doesn’t leave me/us disappointed with what actually does end up happening.

  53. Soggybuc says:

    Nighthawk, from what info i’ve found Tannehill never played receiver until he got to college. was a QB in HS so seems a positive for the kid is he is just a flat out football player.
    Kind of like ET. he’ll never be anything but FS because he’s that good at it. but if they threw him into the offence could he make plays there? I say hell yea, because thats what football players do.

  54. Dukeshire says:

    No, we cannot add Leinart into the mix. Christ, how many times does Carroll have to pass on him before “we” stop beating that non-sensical drum?

  55. Come on, Duke. You need to throw John David Booty in there, too. He might be the darkhorse of the bunch.

  56. Dukeshire says:

    Soggy – I’d back that sentiment for 21 of the 22 positions, just not for a QB. A QB doesn’t need to be a so-called “football player”, IMO. He needs to be a craftsman (if we’re assigning designations). And I like Tennehill. But his lack of time at the position, or interruption of time (however you’ like to phrase it) is a real concern.

  57. This is what has happened to me as a result of our current QB situation and all of the speculation that goes along with hoping we acquire a real one this off-season:

    http://onlinewealthpartner.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/crazy.gif

  58. Dukeshire says:

    Bobby – you’re going to give me an anyrism with that talk…

  59. jarred767 says:

    Ooh I had forgotten about him Bobby. Personally, if the position isn’t seriously addressed soon (no more stopgaps), then my patience may start to get thin. And adding Leinart was a complete joke, I would be confused/frustrated if we were even toying with the idea.

  60. I will be happy with whoever PC/JS take. They’re gonna be my Hawks, whoever they are.

  61. Macabrevity says:

    Glad Keviln Korln Kolb isn’t on the list. I’d only feel good about bringing him in if it was a bargain basement price… K-mart aisle 9 type stuff.

  62. The people voting for Matt Flynn have small minds and short memories. Last year the back-up in Philly was all the rage and the same individuals screaming for MF were left holding their nut sack with both hands when he crashed and burned in the desert. Matt Flynn has played well in two games and the experts say it takes way more then that to prove you’re going to be successful. So handing him 60 million seems a reach and smells of ignorant desperation being fed by the all mighty talking heads including the once intelligent John Clayton who is now controlled by his producers and told to avoid saying anything intelligent and only say what might drive the idiots holding their nut sack to stay in touch.

  63. So taking a post from nighthawk2

    Griffin may be another John Elway, or another Akili Smith. . . . I actually don’t see either – Smith was never a smart guy just an athlete. Couldn’t learn the system. don’t think that will be the problem with RG3

    Tannehill has played some WR yes – but was a QB before that – just wanted to get on the field so agreed to play WR

    Then there’s Osweiler, Couldn’t lead a team consistantly at the college level not expecting it at the next level – only want him in the 4th or later – preferably the 5th or later

    Nick Foles – will need a better line than we have right now but might be able to get to defenses if we can protect him – don’t think he is a fit here

    Kirk Cousins who’s a game manager that hasn’t shown a big arm but also got stuck in a run-oriented offense with only one decent receiver.

    Brandon Weeden is a 29 year old ok enough said – UNLESS he comes after round 5 – then he is a steal to come in and COMPETE

    Russell Wilson can you say RB or returner?

    Kellen Moore would be great if he could actually throw the ball from the 40 to the endzone –

    Who do I want.
    I still wouldn’t mind Manning – but it ain’t gonna happen
    Flynn would be next for me –
    RG3 – also out of picture will go to WA
    Tannehill – I think if he is there at 12 we take him – not sure he will be.
    Not sure I like anyone else

    I think the twins are going after Osweiller – probably in round 2. and if he isn’t starting in year 2 they will both be fired.

  64. princeaden says:

    Has everyone forgotten about Nick Foles ?

  65. Gildo et al

    The Flynn/Kolb comparison breaks down in one place.

    Kolb to Arizona required a scheme change (and he still finished with a higher QB rating than TJack)

    Flynn or Kolb to Seattle does not require a major change in scheme – changes yes but not a complete change.

    ok yes there are lack of games comparisons that hold true but like ALL of our scenarios – we just don’t know.

  66. Dukeshire says:

    I’d like to thank gildo12 and his post for illustrating exactly why this subject, and all of its speculation, is mind numbing and detracting. His entire post is a testimony to the idiocy this subject has become.

  67. gildo would never draft a QB, as they have no NFL experience.

  68. Southendzone says:

    To the folks above who want Flynn but don’t want to overpay him, this won’t happen. In a market where the Redskins give up 3 #1’s and a #2 for a rookie, and at least 4 teams are pulling out everything they can to get Manning, QB’s that are either proven good, or deemed to have potential are at a huge premium.

    Flynn WILL be overpaid by one of the Manning sweepstakes losers or Cleveland.

    He could be Charlie Whitehurst 2.0 for all we know. But he WON’T cost us any draft picks. Being set back in cap room is better than being set back a #1 draft pick and we have TJ as a backup plan who’s not a complete s*** show.

  69. Palerydr says:

    I was gonna take up a bat and swing away at Gildo however why beat a dead horse?

  70. ChrisHolmes says:

    “Kolb to Arizona required a scheme change”

    I can understand the scheme change argument, to an extent, but at some point a good QB excels and shows his mettle, regardless of scheme. I mean, do you think Tom Brady or Drew Breese could change schemes and still be Pro Bowl QB’s?

    I do.

    The lesson, to me, is that if you are going to invest in a FA – fairly unproven – QB, then you either need to really believe he’s capable of being a consistent All Pro (thus he can adapt to your system easily) or you really need to watch all the film possible on the guy to figure out if his skill set translates to what YOU want him to do in YOUR scheme.

  71. ChrisHolmes says:

    “Flynn WILL be overpaid by one of the Manning sweepstakes losers or Cleveland.”

    You’re making the assumption that he’s not very good then.

    If he were to lead your team to a couple Super Bowl wins, he’d be a bargain, right?

    Compensation is relative. We don’t know, for sure, what Flynn will do. At this point in time you’re paying a guy based on potential, not past accomplishments. So you pay him a contract that reflects what you feel his potential is. If he lives up to or exceeds that potential, that’s a good investment.

  72. GeorgiaHawk says:

    I’m all for Manning going to the Titans. That may give us a chance to make a trade for Locker,( however that would probably be a slight chance ).
    I wonder then what would happen with Hasselbeck?

    Now the Titans signing Williams too would not be ok!

  73. The poll question was who do you want as QB next year and people actually choose Jackson, they must be reading into the question to much and mean they want to draft a QB meaning Jackson will start, right? If not, who the hell wants Jackson to be the starter next year, that’s ridiculous.

  74. Bring in Jason Campbell and Donovan McNabb and look for TQBOTF next year.

  75. ChrisHolmes says:

    “Bring in Jason Campbell and Donovan McNabb”

    I just threw up.

    I’ve never been a McNabb fan. His lack of accuracy is legendary (I mean, c’mon – anyone remember “The McNabb Simulator”? Enough said, right?)

    Campbell is only slightly better than Jackson. Slightly.

    None of those are solutions.

  76. hawkfaninoklahoma says:

    slightly better is still better

  77. grizindabox says:

    Do not understand why people would want McNabb or Campbell type QB’s. The Hawks either need to bring in a young guy they feel will develop into a good QB or a guy that is already a good QB. There is no reason to bring someone in that might be only marginally better than TJax.

  78. grizindabox says:

    I also do not believe there will be a QB worth taking at #12, too late for Luck and RG3 and too early for anyone else. I also think Foles will never be a NFL caliber QB, and if any team grabs him in the first 3 rounds it will be a huge mistake.

  79. Hawkzilla says:

    @Chrisholmes “Kolb to Arizona required a scheme change”

    I can understand the scheme change argument, to an extent, but at some point a good QB excels and shows his mettle, regardless of scheme. I mean, do you think Tom Brady or Drew Breese could change schemes and still be Pro Bowl QB’s?

    I do.

    Yeah but how many could make the scheme change with almost no offseason? Remember the lockout?
    I think Matt Flynn is a risk worth taking but I am worried the price will cause us to hesitate. But hey you have to take a risk sometime. Either you risk on a guy with some experience and some practice in the pro system or you risk on a guy who has none of that in the draft– albeit its a cheaper risk but a risk nonetheless.

    The other teams in our division are moving forward aggressively. I don’t know if we can afford to wait.

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