some love for the Redman

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some love for the Redman

Postby fun gus » Thu Aug 02, 2012 9:54 am

"what if there were no hypothetical situations?"

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Re: some love for the Redman

Postby Pudge » Thu Aug 02, 2012 1:32 pm

OK, Carr at 5 and Leinart at 15, c'mon!

Here's the real list:

Tannehill is not the #2 in Miami, he's the #3.

1. Kyle Orton, Cowboys
2. Jason Campbell, Bears
3. David Garrard, Dolphins
4. Colt McCoy, Browns
5. Tim Tebow, Jets
6. Tarvaris Jackson, Seahawks
7. Rex Grossman, Redskins
8. Chad Henne, Jaguars
9. Jake Locker, Titans
10. Vince Young, Bills
11. T.J. Yates, Texans
12. Byron Leftwich, Steelers
13. Drew Stanton, Colts
14. John Skelton, Cardinals
15. Tyrod Taylor, Ravens
16. Bruce Gradkowski, Bengals
17. Brian Hoyer, Patriots
18. Shaun Hill, Lions
19. Brady Quinn, Chiefs
20. Joe Webb, Vikings
21. Chris Redman, Falcons
22. Colin Kaepernick, 49ers
23. Dan Orlovsky, Buccaneers
24. Derek Anderson, Panthers
25. Kellen Clemens, Rams
26. David Carr, Giants
27. Brock Osweiler, Broncos
28. Mike Kafka, Eagles
29. Matt Leinart, Raiders
30. Chase Daniel, Saints
31. Graham Harrell, Packers
32. Kevin O'Connell, Chargers

And BTW, here are the 10 best No. 3s in the league:

1. Seneca Wallace, Browns
2. Ryan Mallett, Patriots
3. Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins
4. Trent Edwards, Eagles
5. Josh McCown, Bears
6. Russell Wilson, Seahawks
7. Charlie Batch, Steelers
8. Jimmy Clausen, Panthers
9. Sage Rosenfels, Vikings
10. Tyler Thigpen, Bills
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Re: some love for the Redman

Postby fun gus » Thu Aug 02, 2012 2:37 pm

Tim Chick Fil A Tebow at #5?! :shock:

I'd put him at 8-9 and TJ Yates would move up IMO...
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Re: some love for the Redman

Postby Pudge » Thu Aug 02, 2012 4:32 pm

fun gus wrote:Tim Chick Fil A Tebow at #5?! :shock:

I'd put him at 8-9 and TJ Yates would move up IMO...

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Don't fall into the trap of overrating Yates by confusing the quality of the team around him rather than himself. Which is exactly what the original article did with Chase Daniel & Graham Harrell.
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Re: some love for the Redman

Postby The Mattural » Thu Aug 02, 2012 10:56 pm

Shawn Hill and Bruce Gradkowski over Redman? I would have to disagree
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Re: some love for the Redman

Postby DaveWaz » Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:23 pm

Horrible list, Redman is 10-15. FYI David Carr sucks major ass, he has had less career success than Redman for gods sake. There's also about 20 other spots I'd move, but I don't care enough to make any further effort.
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