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Old 03-20-2014   #41
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Exactly.

With this signing (and the assumption that Schaub is gone one way or another), we could really be targeting a QB at 2-1 or 3-1 that we could groom while Fitz is starting.
Why would they target a QB at 2-1 or 3-1 when they are about to draft a QB at 1-1...

McNair and Co. does not want to make the same mistake twice in drafting a QB #1 over all and put him out there to get David Carr-ed.

Either Bortles will be the starter day 1, because he is absolutely, 100% ready, or they will take the safe approach and let Fitzpatrick play until late in the season and then bring on Bortles then, alah how the Oilers did Steve McNair...
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how many 10 million dollar backups are in the NFL right now? Unless Schaub was willing to take a pay cut, and why should he, he was been a starter for 8 years, Schaub was never going to be the back up.

Now Fitzpatrick will make either a serviceable tackling dummy or a back up to the rookie.
Do you think I disagree with any of that?
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You can say that without saying Schaub was never any good.

I don't think anyone disagreed that Fitzpatrick was being looked at to replace Schaub as a vet backup or even that Schaub should be kept on the team (although some would say that Schaub is a better all-around QB than Fitzpatrick.)
For the record, I don't recall saying he wasn't any good, just he was a mediocre poop stain for 8 years, to say the least...

or we can use your phrase...
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Why would they target a QB at 2-1 or 3-1 when they are about to draft a QB at 1-1...
I'm not convinced they're necessarily taking a QB at 1-1. They might. They might not.

The lesson they got from the previous two times we've had the 1-1 draft pick is that it's best to go with a pass-rusher (Julius Peppers instead of Carr and Mario Williams instead of Leinart/Young/Cutler).
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Schaub trade is dead now.
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I'm not convinced they're necessarily taking a QB at 1-1. They might. They might not.

The lesson they got from the previous two times we've had the 1-1 draft pick is that it's best to go with a pass-rusher (Julius Peppers instead of Carr and Mario Williams instead of Leinart/Young/Cutler).
I am, I think OB has been eying Bortles ever since he declared for the NFL Draft...

I don't think they would go DE like in the previous draft, for fact the way the DE's are used in Romeo's defense. They are not pass rushers, they are gap stuffers for the linebackers to come in and make the tackles, at least they have been in the past.

Unless they feel Clowney can play OLB, or they feel Mack is a big enough prospect to draft him #1, or trade back, I think QB at 1.1 is inevitable...
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Schaub trade is dead now.
I'm not so sure about that.

If Schaub is cut, he'll almost definitely go to the Browns and be re-united with Shanahan.

If the Raiders really want Schaub as much as people have been saying, the best chance they have to get him is to trade for him.

So it's not totally dead.
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Schaub trade is dead now.
why would you say that? Think Raiders will just wait until he is cut? That would be a big risk, if Schaub decides to go elsewhere like Cleveland...

you may be right though...
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I don't know if anyone else has noticed this, but there's a bit of a disturbing trend going on with this guy's career.

Everywhere Ryan Fitzpatrick goes, misfortune rains upon anyone who stands in front of him on the depth chart.

Let's review how things have gone for all four teams Fitzpatrick has played with:

St. Louis Rams - Fitzpatrick, a Harvard grad with a perfect Wonderlic score, is drafted in the 7th round of the 2005 draft as an intriguing project pick. The team who drafts him, the St. Louis Rams, is already set with a franchise quarterback. Marc Bulger, a Pro Bowler who has led them to back-to-back playoff appearances, is in the prime of his career. However, Bulger injures his right throwing shoulder after a 2-4 start to the 2005 season. He returns a few weeks later, but after losing two more games, he re-injures his shoulder and is out for the year. Bulger is replaced by Jamie Martin in Week 12, but Martin quickly succumbs to injury himself in the first quarter.

In comes Ryan Fitzpatrick. The unheralded 7th round rookie shocks the world with a brilliant performance, throwing for 310 yards on just 30 attempts, and delivers a 56-yard bomb in Kevin Curtis to win the game in overtime. This, however, is just a tease. Fitzpatrick plays horribly over the next three games, tossing five interceptions in his second start and throwing for 69 yards on 24 attempts in his third. He is relegated back to the bench, and never sees the field again for the Rams before being let go after the 2006 season.

As for Bulger, his career quickly falls apart. He rebounds with a pretty strong season in 2006 despite failing to reach the playoffs, but this doesn't last. Starting in 2007, the Rams plummet toward the bottom of the NFL and Bulger's numbers instantly crash for the next few seasons. With a horrible team surrounding him, Bulger appears shellshocked and never plays like his old self. Once Bulger is let go by the Rams, he never gets another starting job.

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- Fitzpatrick, meanwhile, finds himself in Cincinnati by the 2007 season, where he is backing up another franchise quarterback. Carson Palmer, who has made back-to-back Pro Bowls, appears to have recovered just fine from his torn ACL and is right back on track to being a superstar....until 2007. Palmer throws 20 interceptions in a 7-9 season for the Bengals, an unexpected decline from the young superstar. But while 2007 was merely disappointing, 2008 was a disaster for Palmer. He is plagued with an elbow injury early in the season, later revealed to be a torn ligament, and aggravates it in a Week 5 loss before being placed on IR. Many believe this elbow injury has permanently affected Palmer, taking away some of the arm strength he once had. He has never been the same since.

Fitzpatrick again enters the starting lineup following Palmer's injury, but doesn't play well enough to warrant serious consideration as a starting quarterback.

Buffalo Bills - In 2009, Fitzpatrick signs with Buffalo to back up a somewhat promising young quarterback in Trent Edwards. While Edwards had not been spectacular in his first two seasons, he had performed reasonably well in what was thought of by some as a game manager role as Buffalo's starting quarterback. Until 2009, of course. Edwards regresses in his third season and, at the halfway point, is benched. Fitzpatrick once again enters the lineup and starts most of the second half of the season.

Despite the benching, the story remains the same one year later: Edwards once again wins the starting job in 2010. It doesn't last. Edwards ends up playing two of the worst games of his life to start the season, and is surprisingly released by the Bills afterwards. After a disastrous midseason stint with Jacksonville, Edwards' career in the NFL is essentially over.

Fitzpatrick, back in the lineup once again, surprises everyone with a decent performance to close the 2010 season. While that performance was promising, he then shocks the world in 2011 with a dominant 3-0 start capped off by a miraculous comeback victory over the Patriots. The Bills prematurely reward him with a massive contract extension, and Fitzpatrick immediately proceeds to regress back to his old self. He throws 20 picks in the last 13 games as the Bills go 3-10 to close out the season. He continues to languish in mediocrity in 2012 before being released.

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- Once again, Fitzpatrick finds himself in a situation where he's backing up a young, potential franchise quarterback when he signs with Tennessee for 2013. The results, so far, are eerily similar. While Jake Locker appeared to have turned the corner on the field, he has now been struck down with injuries twice this year and is now out for the season. Yet again, Ryan Fitzpatrick returns to the starting lineup.

To recap, nothing but terrible things have happened to the quarterbacks Ryan Fitzpatrick has backed up in his career, regardless of how good they were thought to be at the time. Marc Bulger, Carson Palmer and Trent Edwards all saw their fortunes collapse quickly and unexpectedly once Fitzpatrick came to town. And now, Jake Locker has also been lost for the season.
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Dum dum duuuuuuummmmm....

This could be interesting...
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Bingo. I think they go with Bortles, as well, and sit him at the beginning of the season and start working him into games by the end.

Agreed. I think it's noteworthy that the coaches have been to ProDays for TB and BB this week and JM/JF is next week. I think that counts as some measure of "communication" from the team in what has been very quiet until now. So, some guesses can be made. I think this slightly nudges the likelihood of a QB pick with the 1st pick for Texans. Still not enough info. I am intrigued now on what we'd get out of a Schaub trade to the SlvrNBlk.
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I don't think this signing gives any indication on what the Texans are going to do with the first pick. Fitzpatrick could be nothing more than a backup to Bortles/Bridgewater this year..
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I'm not so sure about that.

If Schaub is cut, he'll almost definitely go to the Browns and be re-united with Shanahan.

If the Raiders really want Schaub as much as people have been saying, the best chance they have to get him is to trade for him.

So it's not totally dead.
I think your assessment is fair...but im inclined to believe otherwise. Would you agree then that if a trade is still possible this signing lessened schaubs value?

We will not be going into the season with fitz and schaub and the raiders know it.
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Fitzpatrick gets 2 years, 7.5 mil, 4 million guaranteed.

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I think your assessment is fair...but im inclined to believe otherwise. Would you agree then that if a trade is still possible this signing lessened schaubs value?

We will not be going into the season with fitz and schaub and the raiders know it.
For Schaub's value to have been lessened, there had to be the threat that we were going to keep him and that he was going to be on the team next season. I'm firmly in the camp that never thought that was a serious possibility.

For me, all of Schaub's potential trade value has always been based on the leverage of playing the Browns against the Raiders never on the leverage of us keeping him.

So his value is the same as far as I'm concerned.
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Bingo. I think they go with Bortles, as well, and sit him at the beginning of the season and start working him into games by the end.

No, they're not going to sit him or even seat him. The new QB will start the 1st game and get OJT. Texans will draft a QB first. He will either be Bortles or a surprise. They will not take Bridgewater or Manziel.
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