01-01-2008, 10:47 AM
Join Date: Jan 2005
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Re: Drafting at #7
I think that the interesting thing about the #7 slot is that the Ravens pick at #8. I'm guessing that they are most likely going to go for Brohm at that point. I'm not sold on Brohm as a pro QB, as Petrinos QBs (and him) don't seem to do that well in the Pros. Atlanta will most sertainly draft Matt Ryan at #3-5.
I doubt that Miami will draft Ryan, although I do not doubt that they would trade out of that spot with a Baltimore, Detriot, Carolina, Chicago, Philly or whoever would want to trade up to #1 to get him. My bets is that by the time the combine is done Ryan will be the consensus #1 pick.
So my point is all these teams that need a QB are going to want to jump Baltimore in order to get to Brohm. So the Pats could trade down a little and pick up some more picks.
I figure that the following teams are going to need a new QB:
Funny who none of the playoff teams will be looking for a QB.
I figure that McNabb is done in Philly and he will be traded, and I could see him thrive in Chicago or Baltimore. As for the other free agent QBs next year...
I'm guessing that Miami will re-up Lemon and give Beck another shot at the job (although he did look terrible).
Bottomline is that their are a large number of teams that NEED a QB, and the Pats sit right in front of one of them, that can only be a good thing.
The Jets look like a Super Bowl contender right now about as much as Rosie O’Donnell looks like a threat for the Miss America crown. -NY Post 12/19/2011
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