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Is Bradford damaged goods?

  • mayo49
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Do you downgrade him now that he hurt his shoulder?
Originally posted by mayo63:
Do you downgrade him now that he hurt his shoulder?

I wouldnt touch him, didnt like him that much before the injury, still dont.

Also, im losing all my cofidence on Jevan Snead, but look for a few guys who are playing great.

Jake Locker
Tony Pike
  • crzy
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I really hate this quarterback class.
  • krizay
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Originally posted by crzy:
I really hate this quarterback class.

I was liking McCoy and Bradford coming in. Fell for the Snead hype until I watched him a couple times. Still like Bradford. McCoy is kind of ehh to me now though.
  • crzy
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Originally posted by krizay:
Originally posted by crzy:
I really hate this quarterback class.

I was liking McCoy and Bradford coming in. Fell for the Snead hype until I watched him a couple times. Still like Bradford. McCoy is kind of ehh to me now though.

McCoy and Bradford, I'd draft in the second round.

I don't like any QB in this class in the first round.
we will see
I'd like McCoy in the second......I was also high on Snead before he completely pooped all over himself in 2 nationally televised games. Bradford......I can't shake the fact of drafting another spread qb, we won't be in position to get him anyways. Locker is shaky as well. I wouldn't mind Clausen, but he too has problems with the vertical down the field throws. Tebow...nuff said not an nfl qb. That leaves Pike who's also a spread qb, but perhaps the least risky in round 2 and he's got good size.
  • crzy
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Originally posted by JDeezy:
I'd like McCoy in the second......I was also high on Snead before he completely pooped all over himself in 2 nationally televised games. Bradford......I can't shake the fact of drafting another spread qb, we won't be in position to get him anyways. Locker is shaky as well. I wouldn't mind Clausen, but he too has problems with the vertical down the field throws. Tebow...nuff said not an nfl qb. That leaves Pike who's also a spread qb, but perhaps the least risky in round 2 and he's got good size.

Wow, I completely agree with you on every point, except I was never high on Snead.

Pike in round 2 would be the best option.
Originally posted by crzy:
Originally posted by JDeezy:
I'd like McCoy in the second......I was also high on Snead before he completely pooped all over himself in 2 nationally televised games. Bradford......I can't shake the fact of drafting another spread qb, we won't be in position to get him anyways. Locker is shaky as well. I wouldn't mind Clausen, but he too has problems with the vertical down the field throws. Tebow...nuff said not an nfl qb. That leaves Pike who's also a spread qb, but perhaps the least risky in round 2 and he's got good size.

Wow, I completely agree with you on every point, except I was never high on Snead.

Pike in round 2 would be the best option.

The reason I was high on Snead was because he has 2 things that translate well to the NFL he's got the quickest release and strongest arm amongst his contemporaries, but that doesn't make up for his bone-headed decision making. He's absolutely off the list now.
This quarterback class looks a hell of a lot worse now than it did at the beginning of the season.
This quarterback class looks a hell of a lot worse now than it did at the beginning of the season.
So, what do you guys think...now that Bradford is probably out the rest of the year. Do you all think we could get him in the 3rd or 4th round and possibly be a franchise QB still? I mean, I know people were high on him last year and even the one game I watched with him in mid-season he looked phenomenal. I don't know a lot about college guys but any "experts" have an opinion?
  • GEEK
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Originally posted by Giants9ersfan:
So, what do you guys think...now that Bradford is probably out the rest of the year. Do you all think we could get him in the 3rd or 4th round and possibly be a franchise QB still? I mean, I know people were high on him last year and even the one game I watched with him in mid-season he looked phenomenal. I don't know a lot about college guys but any "experts" have an opinion?

I think a team that has a legit aging starting QB will take a hard look at Bradford in the last first, early second round if he drops due to injuries.

The Patriots, Colts, Vikings, Seahawks (maybe mid-first for Hawks), and Panthers are all teams that may express interest in draftin Bradford.
I don't want him, waaaaaaaaaaaay to risky.
Originally posted by GEEK:
Originally posted by Giants9ersfan:
So, what do you guys think...now that Bradford is probably out the rest of the year. Do you all think we could get him in the 3rd or 4th round and possibly be a franchise QB still? I mean, I know people were high on him last year and even the one game I watched with him in mid-season he looked phenomenal. I don't know a lot about college guys but any "experts" have an opinion?

I think a team that has a legit aging starting QB will take a hard look at Bradford in the last first, early second round if he drops due to injuries.

The Patriots, Colts, Vikings, Seahawks (maybe mid-first for Hawks), and Panthers are all teams that may express interest in draftin Bradford.

So, in all reality, it is a pipe dream to think that this latest injury would keep Bradford out of the 1st and 2nd round? Maybe the Niners should take Carolina's pick and get a OL and then use the Niners (most likely later pick) on Bradford and 2nd on another OL? Hopefully to solidify the QB position and O-Line in the first 2 rounds?