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Would your favorite NFL team be better off (1 Viewer)

Would your favorite NFL team be better off with McNabb at QB?

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With his comments this week and a dissapointing, injury-riddled year in his rear view mirror, now might be the easiest time to acquire a QB of McNabb's caliber. Would your home-town or favorite team be better off with McNabb calling the signals next year?My team is the Saints, and I would welcome McNabb with open arms. A solid YES from this Saints fan.

 
Broncos fan here. I voted no, but it's close.Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better. And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb. He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)

 
Lions fan.'nuff said.The local team is the Chiefs... :unsure:

 
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Another Detroit fan. :bag: I don't even need to reply, do I? :cry:

 
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as a Cowboys fan ...wishing to sign TO , I would have to say NO... but I think he would be an upgrade to Bledsoe with the present roster..but I would still be leery of taking him on.... he does not run anymore and does not throw as good as Bledsoe.

 
Unless your team is NE, Indy or Cincy (MAYBE Pitt) than this should be a no brainer.I'm a Bears fan, I'll give you Grossman and Orton for him. ;)

 
Broncos fan here. I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better. And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb. He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
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As a Rams homer and a McNabb owner in a dynasty league I'm pretty torn. I would say that now that Martz is gone we will see a lot lower performance from Bulger but I expect him to stay healthier. MArtz' schemes got Bulger drilled alot. I'm guessing lower numbers but more starts. On the other hand, I would have to say that I would take McNabb simply based on the fact that Bulger has had Bruce, Holt (and now Curtis) to throw to his entire career. Bulger has had Faulk and SJax in the backfield. McNabb has had Fredex and Stinkston. BWest has had a couple pretty good fantasy years but is not considered a strong runner. McNabb as a Ram with the weapons we have here would be a monster. That and he could break contain much better than Warner or Bulger can considering how often defenders are in the Ram backfield that would be a very valuable resource.....

 
Broncos fan here.  I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better.  And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb.  He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
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You are hilarious. Anything useful to add?
 
Unless your team is NE, Indy or Cincy (MAYBE Pitt) than this should be a no brainer.

I'm a Bears fan, I'll give you Grossman and Orton for him. ;)
I'm not on that list but I'm pretty happy with my QB.
 
BTW - I don't see why being an Eagles fan makes the question moot. On the contrary, I think those are the MOST interesting opinions...Do Eagles fans think their team would be better off with or without McNabb? Assuming of course that by getting rid of McNabb they get something in trade and/or free up cap space....

 
Broncos fan here.  I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better.  And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb.  He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
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You are hilarious. Anything useful to add?
If you really think you'd be better off with Plummer than McNabb, than no, I have nothing to add.
 
As a 49ers fan, the answer is obviously yes.Since the 'local' teams around here are the Redskins and Panthers, I would have to add another yes and a no respecitively...

 
Broncos fan here.  I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better.  And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb.  He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
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You are hilarious. Anything useful to add?
If you really think you'd be better off with Plummer than McNabb, than no, I have nothing to add.
Ok, congratulations and carry on. "Because I said so" is the most effective way to make your point.
 
Depends on whether I am looking at Favre next year or Rogers.
Why? Can you not see through the blind love for Brett to notice that his skills have diminshed enough that McNabb, if healthy at the start of next season is the better QB?I would take Mcnabb over all but Palmer,Brady,Manning,and Big Ben.

 
Prior to this season I would have said definitively yes. Now I'm not so sure, because Hasselbeck has shown a lot of growth, and even mobility. It would be close.

 
Depends on whether I am looking at Favre next year or Rogers.
Why? Can you not see through the blind love for Brett to notice that his skills have diminshed enough that McNabb, if healthy at the start of next season is the better QB?I would take Mcnabb over all but Palmer,Brady,Manning,and Big Ben.
I think you need to add Hasselbeck to this list. The guy had the highest passer rating in the league this year and is entering his peak years of running a WCO.
 
Depends on whether I am looking at Favre next year or Rogers.
Why? Can you not see through the blind love for Brett to notice that his skills have diminshed enough that McNabb, if healthy at the start of next season is the better QB?I would take Mcnabb over all but Palmer,Brady,Manning,and Big Ben.
I think you need to add Hasselbeck to this list. The guy had the highest passer rating in the league this year and is entering his peak years of running a WCO.
I don't think you need to, but I think you could. That would be the closest decision, I think.
 
Broncos fan here.  I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better.  And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb.  He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
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You are hilarious. Anything useful to add?
If you really think you'd be better off with Plummer than McNabb, than no, I have nothing to add.
And how far do you think the Broncos would of Got with McNabb?? Plummer got them to the AFC Championship. And no matter who the QB was that game the Broncos were not going to beat the Steelers that day. So I also say no.You can blame the season on TO all you want, but the Eagles with TO there were not a good team this season.

 
Broncos fan here.  I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better.  And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb.  He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
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You are hilarious. Anything useful to add?
If you really think you'd be better off with Plummer than McNabb, than no, I have nothing to add.
And how far do you think the Broncos would of Got with McNabb?? Plummer got them to the AFC Championship. And no matter who the QB was that game the Broncos were not going to beat the Steelers that day. So I also say no.You can blame the season on TO all you want, but the Eagles with TO there were not a good team this season.
If Denver had McNabb I'd say they have a very real chance at being in the SB right now. The man has been in FOUR NFC championship games and one SB and he did it without any skill players except last year (and Owens didn't even play in the playoffs). No matter how badly the Eagles #### the bed this year, nothing can take that away. Seriously, you Denver fans are hilarious. I've never seen such blatent homerism in my life.

 
Broncos fan here.  I voted no, but it's close.

Overall, I don't really think Plummer's a better QB than McNabb.

But he's just as good throwing on the run, probably better.  And while he doesn't necessarily have a cannon, he's pretty good with the deep ball and he's great off of play action.

Plummer also, despite his reputation, has a better history of coming through in the clutch than McNabb.  He's not been to a Super Bowl like McNabb, but he did lead the Cards to their only playoff victory in an almost 50-year span ... that's pretty amazing, too. :)
:lmao:
You are hilarious. Anything useful to add?
If you really think you'd be better off with Plummer than McNabb, than no, I have nothing to add.
And how far do you think the Broncos would of Got with McNabb?? Plummer got them to the AFC Championship. And no matter who the QB was that game the Broncos were not going to beat the Steelers that day. So I also say no.You can blame the season on TO all you want, but the Eagles with TO there were not a good team this season.
If Denver had McNabb I'd say they have a very real chance at being in the SB right now. The man has been in FOUR NFC championship games and one SB and he did it without any skill players except last year (and Owens didn't even play in the playoffs). No matter how badly the Eagles #### the bed this year, nothing can take that away. Seriously, you Denver fans are hilarious. I've never seen such blatent homerism in my life.
Well the problem with the Denver/Pittsburgh game was not Plummer. yes he made some bad choices, but the Defence could not stop you at QB that day.When teams are picking up 3 and long all game long I don't care what offence you have your not going to beat them. True Jake had a bad game, but the "WHOLE DENVER" team did as well.

And even his own locker room is divided on how good a leader is of McNabb. No one questions Jakes leadership ability for a team.

 
No im not kidding.Mannings offense looks great if the timing routes are working, but you take that away from him put some pressure in his face its like he is in quicksand.Mcnabb offense does not look that efficient, but he makes things happenin big games now his future is unknown with the injuries he has.If healthy this guy can flat out win games 4 nfc titles games one superbowl loss this guy has played in alot of big games.

 
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