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Old 04-14-2009   #31
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Default Re: Who would you pick at 15 in this mock?

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Originally Posted by bah007 View Post
Trent Dilfer won a Super Bowl. He had the "IT" factor of the major QB's of the last 20 years?



What he said.
guys guys, if he thinks that Schaub doesn't have what it takes than he is in titled to his own opinion... wait... no hes not!!!!! Rex Grossman took the bears to the Super Bowl! since when that guy showed consistency in a season let alone his career?

i think a lot is to be said when it comes to intangibles for the QB position. Im not saying that you need all of them but you need a fairly well stocked arsenal if you are going to be successful at this level. Schaub has great accuracy, poise, consistency and smarts. Stafford has the big arm, better deep ball accuracy, in my opinion, than we've ever seen come out of college, poise, and consistency. the lions may make bad decisions on a regular basis but even they can see how a Stafford/ Calvin Johnson duo could shape up.
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