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[DYNASTY] QB #31 (1 Viewer)

QB #31

  • Brian Griese

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Billy Volek

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  • Kerry Collins

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  • Steve McNair

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Jay Cutler

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Joey Harrington

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Kurt Warner

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Mark Brunell

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  • Andrew Walter

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  • Other

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Tick

Footballguy
1 - Peyton Manning Indianapolis Colts

2 - Carson Palmer Cincy Bengals

3 - Tom Brady New England Patriots

4 - McNabb Philadelphia Eagles

5 - Eli Manning New York Football Giants

6 - Marc Bulger St. Louis Rams

7 - Daunte Culpepper Minnesota Vikings

8 - Michael Vick Atlanta Falcons

9 - Drew Brees San Diego Chargers

10 - Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers

11 - Matt Hasselbeck Seattle Seahawks

12 - Byron Leftwich Jacksonville Jaguars

13 - Jake Delhomme Carolina Panthers

14 - Jake Plummer Denver Broncos

15 - Matt Leinart

16 - Charlie Frye Cleveland Browns

17 - Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers

18 - Trent Green

19 - David Carr

20 - Vince Young

21 - Rex Grossman

22t - Kyle Boller

22t - Chris Simms

24 - JP Losman

25 - Aaron Brooks

26 - David Garrard

27 - Alex Smith

28 - Jason Campbell

29 - Aaron Rodgers

30 - Matt Schaub

Who is #31?

If you vote other, please specify.

Also, please comment on your vote, and list any player that should be nominated for the next round.

Waiting list: Patrick Ramsey*, Orton, Drew Bledsoe*, Omar Jacobs*, Chad Pennington*, Brett Favre*

*Removed for getting 0 votes.

 

-OZ-

Footballguy
:thumbup: Cutler or McNair, depending on your priority.
Was on McNair for the last few. Now, at this point, Cutler is a steal. Maybe add Jacobs soon, too.
I'm a bit confused by this. In a draft, I can understand - at a certain point, take a risk with a talented young unknown, especially if you have a QB already. But in this poll, I don't get what you're saying.Agreed on Jacobs (he might be in the poll when I take it back - another thanks to Tick for taking over while I was on break). :hifive:

 

wannabee

Footballguy
:thumbup: Cutler or McNair, depending on your priority.
Was on McNair for the last few. Now, at this point, Cutler is a steal. Maybe add Jacobs soon, too.
I'm a bit confused by this. In a draft, I can understand - at a certain point, take a risk with a talented young unknown, especially if you have a QB already. But in this poll, I don't get what you're saying.Agreed on Jacobs (he might be in the poll when I take it back - another thanks to Tick for taking over while I was on break). :hifive:
I would be on McNair as my QB2. By this time, were are on QB3 (QB31) material - meaning you have a starting QB, a veteran backup, and your QB3 is the high ceiling, young guy.When we were in the mid-high twenties, I considered McNair as a low-end QB2. Why have a vertern as QB3 sitting behind two other vets?

Maybe I am an odd cat who sees the world upside down ... maybe.

 

Tick

Footballguy
:thumbup: Cutler or McNair, depending on your priority.
Was on McNair for the last few. Now, at this point, Cutler is a steal. Maybe add Jacobs soon, too.
I'm a bit confused by this. In a draft, I can understand - at a certain point, take a risk with a talented young unknown, especially if you have a QB already. But in this poll, I don't get what you're saying.Agreed on Jacobs (he might be in the poll when I take it back - another thanks to Tick for taking over while I was on break). :hifive:
I would be on McNair as my QB2. By this time, were are on QB3 (QB31) material - meaning you have a starting QB, a veteran backup, and your QB3 is the high ceiling, young guy.When we were in the mid-high twenties, I considered McNair as a low-end QB2. Why have a vertern as QB3 sitting behind two other vets?

Maybe I am an odd cat who sees the world upside down ... maybe.
Because your QB2 is Rivers.
 

wannabee

Footballguy
:thumbup: Cutler or McNair, depending on your priority.
Was on McNair for the last few. Now, at this point, Cutler is a steal. Maybe add Jacobs soon, too.
I'm a bit confused by this. In a draft, I can understand - at a certain point, take a risk with a talented young unknown, especially if you have a QB already. But in this poll, I don't get what you're saying.Agreed on Jacobs (he might be in the poll when I take it back - another thanks to Tick for taking over while I was on break). :hifive:
I would be on McNair as my QB2. By this time, were are on QB3 (QB31) material - meaning you have a starting QB, a veteran backup, and your QB3 is the high ceiling, young guy.When we were in the mid-high twenties, I considered McNair as a low-end QB2. Why have a vertern as QB3 sitting behind two other vets?

Maybe I am an odd cat who sees the world upside down ... maybe.
Because your QB2 is Rivers.
Is this a good or bad thing?I would be happy with a mid of the road QB1 (Big Ben), Rivers, and Cutler.

McNair would not play much anyway. If need be, a waiver wire QB3 would tie you over. Basically, at this point, QB31, I want upside ... Cutler has it and McNair does not even though he had a decent year on a ppg basis.

ETA: you can sub any of the young, inexperienced QBs in for Cutler. He was just a personal choice. Walter, Volek, etc is of the same thought.

 
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Tick

Footballguy
:thumbup: Cutler or McNair, depending on your priority.
Was on McNair for the last few. Now, at this point, Cutler is a steal. Maybe add Jacobs soon, too.
I'm a bit confused by this. In a draft, I can understand - at a certain point, take a risk with a talented young unknown, especially if you have a QB already. But in this poll, I don't get what you're saying.Agreed on Jacobs (he might be in the poll when I take it back - another thanks to Tick for taking over while I was on break). :hifive:
I would be on McNair as my QB2. By this time, were are on QB3 (QB31) material - meaning you have a starting QB, a veteran backup, and your QB3 is the high ceiling, young guy.When we were in the mid-high twenties, I considered McNair as a low-end QB2. Why have a vertern as QB3 sitting behind two other vets?

Maybe I am an odd cat who sees the world upside down ... maybe.
Because your QB2 is Rivers.
Is this a good or bad thing?I would be happy with a mid of the road QB1 (Big Ben), Rivers, and Cutler.

McNair would not play much anyway. If need be, a waiver wire QB3 would tie you over. Basically, at this point, QB31, I want upside ... Cutler has it and McNair does not even though he had a decent year on a ppg basis.

ETA: you can sub any of the young, inexperienced QBs in for Cutler. He was just a personal choice. Walter, Volek, etc is of the same thought.
I just think it's useful to have a guy like McNair around. I was totally set this past season with McNabb, Palmer, and Ramsey. Really, you couldn't ask for a better mix of QBs. Now, I've got two gimps and a washout on my hands. Having a guy like McNair around would make me feel a lot more comfortable heading into next season.It all depends on your mix at QB. Personally, I always want two starters on my team. If it were only about the bye week, I wouldn't mind playing the WW to pick up a guy, but there's also injury protection to worry about - I don't want to be stuck with Wright/Garcia for an extended portion of my season.

 

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