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Old 04-26-2013   #11
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Default Re: Is there a problem with Yates?

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Originally Posted by Jules Winnfield View Post
lol wut? are you serious?

nvm, you're an aggie.
So you're saying that Kubiak drafted
Orlovsky, drafted by the Lions,
Schaub, drafted by the Falcons,
Rosenfels, drafted by the Skins,
Beck, drafted by the Dolphins,
Grossman, drafted by the Bears,
and Keenum, who went undrafted.

Riiiight. Kubiak's definitely worked for all those teams.

If you're saying he brought them in as FAs (why you would call that a "pick" is beyond me), that's a different story. In which case, Rosenfels was good except for the copter move, Keenum is unproven (and a UDFA with low expectations), Grossman Beck and Orlovsky are nothing more than backups (and never expected to start for us). None of these guys were meant to be starters for us. If we drafted say Blaine Gabbert in the first round, yes, that would be a fail. If we sign Grossman and Beck as 3rd stringers, how on earth is that reflective of our playing in a game? How much playing time did either see for us?

C'mon. It's not like these guys were meant to be our franchise QBs. Only Schaub is different in that regard. Sometimes it helps to put your thinking cap on.
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