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  1. brakos82

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    Their punter is playing QB.

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/raiders/detail?entry_id=75050

     
  2. Kulluminatii

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    I doubt Lechler could have a worse game. On another site someone did the math and said that a person could spike the ball the entire game, and still end up with a higher QB rating than Campbell ( who had a 10.7).

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  3. Ckw

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    Lechler actually has a very good arm. I lived in East Bernard while Lechler was in high school and saw him play plenty, and the guy was a damn good QB. Now, obviously that doesn't mean he can be a pro QB, but there are certainly worse guys you could put behind center.
     
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    So, which is worse, a punter pass or a halfback pass?
     
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    Sounds like Shane Lechler > Chris Brown
     
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    I knew people were out of their minds when they said Campbell was starter caliber.
     
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    Okay, so seeing this, I'm wondering how we couldn't package one of our backup QBs with something else to not land Aso. Not saying Texans didn't offer that (although it remains a possibility they didn't) so don't get all mad and call me a "Mcnair is cheap" guy. I'm just wondering that if we did make the offer, why Oakland wouldn't bite and if we didn't - how come?

    Certainly, Matt Leinhart looks good to a team that is down to one QB and is still playing musical chairs with their QB position.
     

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