Unsigned Quinn misses 4th day of Browns camp

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  1. Wolf

    Wolf 100% Texan

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    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=2954946

    wow no hometown discount :shades: esp after all the "rah rah rah, my dream is to play of Cleveland etc etc hype"
     
  2. real

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    Brady Quinn has B-U-S-T written all over him...
     
  3. The Pencil Neck

    The Pencil Neck Subscribed Contributor

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    Prior to the Schaub trade, I was really afraid we were going to end up with this guy.
     
  4. 2BCF

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    the 22nd pick is acting like a #2 pick.
     
  5. Blazing Arrow

    Blazing Arrow Work'n da grill

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    Poor Browns .... they knew passing on Quinn was a good idea in the beggining and now they realize why hey should never draft a QB again.

    Couch ....

    Fry ....

    Quinn .... ?
     
  6. Scooter

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    sorry, i couldnt resist. brady quinn has "bust" tattoo'd across his forehead and is an exact replica of carr in football terms. all the physical tools with no head attached.
     
  7. Koolaid Time

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    More evidence that the guy fell to #22 for a reason...
     
  8. Yankee_In_TX

    Yankee_In_TX Dance Lindsay!

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    They NEED to make a stand for all the other teams; draft picks demanding money is getting our of control. Every year they have a new made up reason. What's his?

    A. I went to Notre Dame.
    B. Do you KNOW who I am?
    C. I was a top 5 pick.
    D. I'm pretty, white, family oriented, and religious. (sorry, couldn't resist)
     


  9. gtexan02

    gtexan02 Working?

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    I dont think he should get paid more than his draft position, but anyone who thinks he is going to be a huge bust already is kidding themselves.

    He may not make a huge impact already, but he proved himself at ND in my opinion, and I think he's going to make the Browns a much better team midway through the season
     
  10. Kaiser Toro

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    What is it that he proved at ND that makes you think he will have a huge impact in the NFL?
     
  11. The Dream

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    Word....dude wants to be treated like he was a top 10 pick.....

    exactly....out of the 5 or 6 ND games I watched last year Quinn didn't impress me one bit...he seems like he's mistake prone and now with this hold out he looks like a jerk also
     
  12. swtbound07

    swtbound07 Jackass of Day!

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    I've been calling for quinn as a bust for literally months now...was absolutely terrified of him ending up here. That cold sweat lasted from the second the dolphins passed on him until we got amobi.....man he is going to suck.
     
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    He proved he can win games without much support, without much of an OL, and without any defense.

    He has good form, good pocket presence, and good arm strength.

    I dont seem to get why people are so quick to label him a bust?

    I mean, Im pretty sure NFL talent scouts wouldn't have rated him in the top 3 of college QBs if he was complete trash, right?
     
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    He played for Notre Dame, not an expansion team. I think he will be more Mirer than Montana myself. Parts is parts and hype is hype.
     
  15. Heath Shuler

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    Before the draft I thought he was the most overrated player on the most overrated team and I will continue to think that until he proves otherwise.
     
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    swtbound07 Jackass of Day!

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    see boller, Kyle
    Leaf, Ryan
    Couch, Tim
    Smith, Akili
    Carr, David
    Harrington, Joey
     
  17. Errant Hothy

    Errant Hothy Hypermediocrity

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    E. I like to touch the crotchs of other men...ahhh...boys

    C'mon we've all seen the photos...right?

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  18. Kaiser Toro

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    There is a time and place for that type of behavior and its called Notre Dame.
     
  19. gtexan02

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    Now this is just turning ridiculous.

    First of all, some of those QBs failed because of the system they were put into. I still believe that David's biggest problem was his own mental toughness. Same with Ryan Leaf.

    Second, you listed 6 QBs in the how many years of NFL drafting? If you look at the numbers of QBs drafted in the 1st round, I guarantee you more have been sucessful than failures. And I will also guarantee you that as you move furhter down into the later rounds the % sucess continues to get lower and lower.

    Why? Because NFL talent scouts scout talent. Its their job. As much as we'd all love to assume we have some sort of insight thats better than talent scouts, the fact of the matter is we don't. So if a majority of teams rate him as 1st round talent, Im going to go with that until I see otherwise

    Second of all, if this is an argument about football, why not keep it about football instead of bringing up some picture? Sports players have always been too close to homosexual in my opinion, but its just the culture I guess. If you doubt me, go watch the video of Aramis Ramirez on the Lance Z blog page.
     
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  20. Errant Hothy

    Errant Hothy Hypermediocrity

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    Dude, lighten up.
     

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