xBayAreaWarriorx wrote:Make that 10-3 for me after New England's loss. I'm 1-2 on teams who are looking for revenge from last season's games.
I'm 8-5 this week, pending the monday night game... was 12-4 the week before. If you (you, pawno, and any other that wants to do it) still want to keep a record, we'll start with this week's, as I started the thread to late for the previous one.
I'll update the records (will be posted in the second post of the thread) on Tuesdays, right after the monday night game.
xBayAreaWarriorx wrote:Yeah, if they do draft a QB, I'm not so sold on Brady Quinn. That guy looks lost and lazy in the first half and then explodes in the second. He's been inconsistent this year. His only good game was against Penn State. Who you hoping if they get number one this year TMC?
Too early to tell... I'm not sold on taking qb's with the first pick if they don't deserve so. With that pick, you have to play it safe. That means, if you're the Texans, you pick Reggie-f*cking-Bush and solve the contract issue later.
As for the pick, I honestly don't believe we'll get the first pick (the defense alone is good enough to get a few wins. I'd say a 4-12 record is what we're going to finish with), although it probably will be a top five pick. Calvin Johnson, Posluszny or Brian Brohm (I've got my reserves about this one yet, but I wouldn't hate the pick) may be good options. There will be a lot of talent at rb, but we just drafted Caddy, so we won't pick another.
I'm pretty sure Brady Quinn will go #1, even if I'm not so sure he should be. If we finally get the #1 pick, Quinn will be a Buc.
drfrank wrote:i wish chris simms a speedy recovery from his ruptured spleen.
tmc, who'll take over at QB now?
"with the first overall pick, the tampa bay bucs select..........."
I wish Simms a speedy recovery, too... now, would someone be so kind as to remove his *****?. That would solve a lot of issues... (I'm only talking decision-making issues, the guy is tough as nails playing the way he did today, and for that, he has earned my respect). I hope he doesn't play again this season. He nearly died on the field. He needs to recover completely and forget about football till then. Also, it's not like we're going to be a contender other than for the worst record.
According to Gruden, the rookie, Bruce Gradkowski, is next on the depth chart. He beat Rattay during the preseason and McCown and Fiedler are injured... so it will be Gradkowski... He played pretty well this preseason, against second and third stringers.
He's gonna get killed behind that disaster we call our O-Line, but... Go Bruce Almighty!!!!!