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Old 12-30-2012   #63
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Default Re: What would be Schaub's trade value?

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Originally Posted by Nawzer View Post
He has no trade value firstly because he is reliant upon the system. Without Kubiak's system, Schaub is not a starting caliber QB. Secondly, he has minimal arm strength, he has no mobility to speak of, and has no pocket presence. Lastly, he's just not a good player and why would any team want to trade for him? Teams are having success finding young QBs in the draft who come in ready to play in a pass first style offense and can make plays with their feet. Schaub offers no dynamism and unless he's playing in a Kubiak/Shanahan style offense he can't do much else at this point in his career which is clearly on a down slide.
Why the hell is he going to be our QB? We can't develope anyone with him here and we have no chance for SB with him. Oh forgot our braintrust signed him to an extension. Do they really know anything about QB's?? Remember Carr and Orvlosky.

You think we give a 5th round and someone may take him??
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