Free Agent QB

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  1. Dphins

    Dphins Seasoned Veteran

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    I just looked at a list of QB that would could be unrestricted FA if they don't get the tag. Drew Brees, Matt Hasslesback, Mike McMahon, and Quincy Carter were just some of the names on the list. Personally I wouldn't mind Bringing Mike Mcmahon on and letting him compete with AJ for the Starting Job. If anything he is a solid #2 who normally provides a spark when he comes in for Detroit and given an opportunity he may be a good starter and I don't think you would have to spend too much.
     
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    Buddwalk The Jukebox Hero

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    Drew Brees i would want but were not gonna pick up a qb in free agency
     
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    inFINSible Don't believe everything you think.

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    Brees aint going anywhere....Hasselbeck isn't worth the money he'll command....and frankly, Sage would be as good a choice as either McMahon or Carter if we're shopping for a back-up.
     
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    Ageed! And it comes with the added benefit of not F*ing with AJs head. If we can keep the "competition and controversy" to a minimum it would benefit all of us.
     
  5. Dphins

    Dphins Seasoned Veteran

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    Sage is the same type of QB as Feely a pocket QB McMahon or Carter would give us some mobilty and a different look at QB and they both have more experience than Sage ane are more ready to start if need be. I don't think Feely would feel any pressure that Sage would take his JOb.
     
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    inFINSible Don't believe everything you think.

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    If the starter is a pocket passer with limited mobility, then the back-up needs to be the same type of player, IMO.

    I don't want the line blocking for a pocket passer and then having to figure out how to block for a guy that's always moving around.
     
  7. NJFINSFAN1

    NJFINSFAN1 FinHeaven Elite

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    I like Holcomb as our backup! If Feeley falls on his face, Holcomb could start, he has done well with a Browns team with no RB's and Wr's!

    And he would be cheaper then most!
     
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    What makes you think he would be available? I hear Garcia wants out (no closet jokes please). If Garcia leaves and Holcomb is gone I assume Cleveland would be in the market for a qb. Good for us as it would mean another interested team would need to leap the #3 oveall to get said QB. :D
     
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    NJFINSFAN1 FinHeaven Elite

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    I believe he is a FA, so it depends on which way the new coaches and GM go with the Browns. He just might be fed up being in Cleveland!
     
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    Gee why???? :roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao:
     
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    Lungoystr Pro Bowler

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    Hehe, I just want a line that can block. Although you do have a good point. :)
     

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