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  • Where does Matt Ryan rank for you?

    Lets compare previous QB classes and where they were selected. And tell me where you would rank Ryan?

    2003
    #1 Carson Palmer, USC
    #7 Byron Leftwich, Marshall
    #19 Kyle Boller, California
    #22 Rex Grossman, Florida

    2004
    #1 Eli Manning, Ole Miss
    #4 Phillip Rivers, NC State
    #11 Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (OH)
    #22 J.P. Losman, Tulane
    #90 Matt Schaub, Virginia

    2005
    #1 Alex Smith, Utah
    #24 Aaron Rodgers, California
    #25 Jason Campbell, Auburn

    2006
    #3 Vince Young, Texas
    #10 Matt Leinart, USC
    #11 Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt

    2007
    #1 JaMarcus Russell, LSU
    #22 Brady Quinn, Notre Dame
    #36 Kevin Kolb, Houston
    #40 John Beck, BYU

    Now ignore these players pro careers and think of their collegiate endeavours and say where you would pick them

  • #2
    In 2003, probably would gone between Leftwich & Boller.
    In 2004, After Big Ben but way before Losman.
    In 2005, 1st Overall.
    In 2006, Probably 2nd Round, but maybe to Denver instead of Cutler.
    In 2007, Definitely before Kolb to Philly.

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    • #3
      2003
      #7 Byron Leftwich, Marshall
      #1 Carson Palmer, USC
      #19 Kyle Boller, California
      #22 Rex Grossman, Florida

      Drafted Behind Leftwich, Rated Behind Palmer

      2004

      #4 Phillip Rivers, NC State
      #1 Eli Manning, Ole Miss
      #11 Ben Roethlisberger, Miami (OH)
      #22 J.P. Losman, Tulane
      #90 Matt Schaub, Virginia

      Drafted and Rated Behind Roethlisberger

      2005
      #24 Aaron Rodgers, California
      #25 Jason Campbell, Auburn
      #1 Alex Smith, Utah

      Rated Behind Campbell, Drafted #1 Overall

      2006
      #10 Matt Leinart, USC
      #3 Vince Young, Texas
      #11 Jay Cutler, Vanderbilt

      Rated and Drafted Behind Cutler

      2007
      #22 Brady Quinn, Notre Dame
      #1 JaMarcus Russell, LSU
      #40 John Beck, BYU
      #36 Kevin Kolb, Houston

      Rated and Drafted Behind Quinn

      2008
      Brian Brohm, Louisville- Best prospect. Great mechanics, Smart, good arm, and good pocket presence. Had to learn an entirely new system last year which hurt his production.

      Andre Woodson, Kentucky- Smart, poised, a leader,great pocket presence, and doesnt turn the ball over. Bad mechanics causing inaccuracy that will improve with coaching. My #2 prospect but may be the best professional.

      Matt Ryan, Boston Collage- Mobile, good arm, and smart. Inconsistant and only a decent decision maker with 19 Interceptions.

      Joe Flacco, Delaware- Very Raw. Best arm in the draft. A future Franchise Quarterback with good coaching.

      Chad Henne, Michigan- He is a wildely inconsistant passer much of the time. He has good mechanics and is smart.
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      • #4
        aaron rodgers
        carson palmer
        big ben
        matt ryan
        jay cutler
        kevin kolb
        brady quinn

        you're damn right i put rodgers on the top booyah. i know this isn't the point of this thread but i'm making it the point of this post hahaha. these are the qbs i would take now.
        big ben seriously needs to drop about 25 pounds. fatty.

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        • #5
          This is based on what I thought of the players before they were drafted.

          2003 #2 behind Palmer
          2004 #3 behind Rivers & Manning
          2005 #1 top of the heap
          2006 #3 behind Cutler & Young
          2007 #2 behind Quinn
          2008 Cincinnati Bengals GM
          2009 Baltimore Ravens GM
          1 (26) WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
          2 (57) DT Fili Moala, USC
          3 (77) CB Kevin Barnes, Maryland
          5 (152) OT Jason Watkins, Florida
          6 (188) RB Arian Foster, Tennessee
          6 (199) TE Richard Quinn, North Carolina
          7 (220) FB William Rentmeester, Wisconsin
          7 (226) WR Tommy Breaux, Towson
          7 (227) LB Dan Skuta, Grand Valley State
          7 (234) QB Mike Teel, Rutgers
          2009 Jacksonville Jaguars GM
          1 (8) Michael Oher OT Ole Miss - group pick
          2 (39) Percy Harvin WR Florida - group pick
          3 (72) Dorrell Scott DT Clemson
          4 (107) Trevor Canfield G Cincinnati
          5 (144) Javon Ringer RB Michigan State
          6 (180) Greg Toler CB Saint Paul's College
          7 (250) Jeremy Navarre DE Maryland
          7 (253) Dan Gronkowski TE Maryland

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          • #6
            Im surprised that you would all pick Ryan ahead of Alex Smith, I know he hasnt had a great pro career so far but in his college days he had a very successful time 32/8 TD/Ints in his final year before leaving college.

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            • #7
              smith has small hands. you know what they say about guys with small hands. small gloves. and they tend to fumble more.

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              • #8
                I didn't like the offense Smith was in and thought he should have been a mid to late first rounder.
                I don't like Russell or Leinart at all. I'd be surprised if either is starting in 5 years.
                2008 Cincinnati Bengals GM
                2009 Baltimore Ravens GM
                1 (26) WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, Maryland
                2 (57) DT Fili Moala, USC
                3 (77) CB Kevin Barnes, Maryland
                5 (152) OT Jason Watkins, Florida
                6 (188) RB Arian Foster, Tennessee
                6 (199) TE Richard Quinn, North Carolina
                7 (220) FB William Rentmeester, Wisconsin
                7 (226) WR Tommy Breaux, Towson
                7 (227) LB Dan Skuta, Grand Valley State
                7 (234) QB Mike Teel, Rutgers
                2009 Jacksonville Jaguars GM
                1 (8) Michael Oher OT Ole Miss - group pick
                2 (39) Percy Harvin WR Florida - group pick
                3 (72) Dorrell Scott DT Clemson
                4 (107) Trevor Canfield G Cincinnati
                5 (144) Javon Ringer RB Michigan State
                6 (180) Greg Toler CB Saint Paul's College
                7 (250) Jeremy Navarre DE Maryland
                7 (253) Dan Gronkowski TE Maryland

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by thetechnocrat View Post
                  I didn't like the offense Smith was in and thought he should have been a mid to late first rounder.
                  I don't like Russell or Leinart at all. I'd be surprised if either is starting in 5 years.
                  Leinart will start and be very successful if put in a West Coast System. He is a prototypical West Coast Quarterback.
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                  • #10
                    really? do you not see any of favre in russell? i think even if right now russell isnt the complete package now surely his arm and mobility means if its doesnt work at oakland if you left him to sit for a year in a fairly good team he could turn out to be a top QB.

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                    • #11
                      Russell<Quinn = Ryan>Russell

                      Russell was big, huge arm, mobile, he reminded me of a bulked up Michael Vick. Which I have never been high on Vick either.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Luke #28 View Post
                        really? do you not see any of favre in russell? i think even if right now russell isnt the complete package now surely his arm and mobility means if its doesnt work at oakland if you left him to sit for a year in a fairly good team he could turn out to be a top QB.
                        russell is fat and lazy. favre would have been crap if he didn't have the work ethic he had. he prepped harder than anyone on the team. plus he didn't balloon up to 300 pounds after a 50 week holdout.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by starqb14 View Post
                          russell is fat and lazy. favre would have been crap if he didn't have the work ethic he had. he prepped harder than anyone on the team. plus he didn't balloon up to 300 pounds after a 50 week holdout.
                          Lol I guess so, I guess he is like TO only TO was Terrell Owens the good reciever before he became TO the egotistic, team ruiner! Whereas JaMarcus is already at the TO stage but has no stats to back it up.... still though that arm :P

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Luke #28 View Post
                            Im surprised that you would all pick Ryan ahead of Alex Smith, I know he hasnt had a great pro career so far but in his college days he had a very successful time 32/8 TD/Ints in his final year before leaving college.
                            Yep that was the year. Man I wish he had stayed, that year was the first time I bought season tickets to the U. Go Utes

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                            • #15
                              Lol, I think with a Mike Martz as O-Coordinator this is a make or break year.

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