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Remaining Schedules for Teams in the Andrew Luck Sweepstakes

Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
How do you know he is coming pro? He's a sophmore on eligibility.

He's a redshirt sophmore, which means he's put in his 3 years and is eligible for NFL Draft.

Only way he comes out is if Harbaugh leaves Stanford, which could happen with a few big name college jobs (Michigan, Miami) and NFL jobs (CAR, DAL, SF, JAC & HOU[if they dont make playoffs]).

If Harbaugh stays, Luck will stay and that team will be thrown in with Ohio State, Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma, and VaTech for teams in the NC talk for 2011.

I like Oklahoma's chances in 2011. Oregon and Oklahoma should enter 2011 as 1-2 in the polls.

I agree, Oklahoma has much of their offense coming back and they always have a good defense. Only worry is the loss of Murray as their game-changer.

If Luck and Harbaugh stay though, the OL is all returning, 3-4 decent RBs in the stable, I think Baldwin is coming back, got two blue-chip freshman at WR they've been grooming as redshirts, and their defense would only have to worry about replacing 1-2 secondary players, so they will definitely be ranked top 10 as well.

But they have to beat Oregon -- who does Oklahoma have to play? Texas has fallen off, and Nebraska is going to the Big 10. They could be a wire-to-wire team.
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
How do you know he is coming pro? He's a sophmore on eligibility.

He's a redshirt sophmore, which means he's put in his 3 years and is eligible for NFL Draft.

Only way he comes out is if Harbaugh leaves Stanford, which could happen with a few big name college jobs (Michigan, Miami) and NFL jobs (CAR, DAL, SF, JAC & HOU[if they dont make playoffs]).

If Harbaugh stays, Luck will stay and that team will be thrown in with Ohio State, Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma, and VaTech for teams in the NC talk for 2011.

I like Oklahoma's chances in 2011. Oregon and Oklahoma should enter 2011 as 1-2 in the polls.

I agree, Oklahoma has much of their offense coming back and they always have a good defense. Only worry is the loss of Murray as their game-changer.

If Luck and Harbaugh stay though, the OL is all returning, 3-4 decent RBs in the stable, I think Baldwin is coming back, got two blue-chip freshman at WR they've been grooming as redshirts, and their defense would only have to worry about replacing 1-2 secondary players, so they will definitely be ranked top 10 as well.

But they have to beat Oregon -- who does Oklahoma have to play? Texas has fallen off, and Nebraska is going to the Big 10. They could be a wire-to-wire team.

Texas had a down year b/c they lacked experience, expect them to come back strong, as will Texas A&M, OklaState, and Mizzou. Stanford will have to play Oregon, and the winner will have a clear path to the Pac-10 championship (unless Foles for Arizona and James Rodgers gets his 5th year granted, then the Pac-10 will be a 4 team races, which is funny b/c the north will have Stanford, Oregon, and OreSt fighting for the championship while Arizona will be the favorites down south even with USC)
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by Crazy49er1313:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
How do you know he is coming pro? He's a sophmore on eligibility.

He's a redshirt sophmore, which means he's put in his 3 years and is eligible for NFL Draft.

Only way he comes out is if Harbaugh leaves Stanford, which could happen with a few big name college jobs (Michigan, Miami) and NFL jobs (CAR, DAL, SF, JAC & HOU[if they dont make playoffs]).

If Harbaugh stays, Luck will stay and that team will be thrown in with Ohio State, Oregon, Alabama, Oklahoma, and VaTech for teams in the NC talk for 2011.

I like Oklahoma's chances in 2011. Oregon and Oklahoma should enter 2011 as 1-2 in the polls.

I agree, Oklahoma has much of their offense coming back and they always have a good defense. Only worry is the loss of Murray as their game-changer.

If Luck and Harbaugh stay though, the OL is all returning, 3-4 decent RBs in the stable, I think Baldwin is coming back, got two blue-chip freshman at WR they've been grooming as redshirts, and their defense would only have to worry about replacing 1-2 secondary players, so they will definitely be ranked top 10 as well.

But they have to beat Oregon -- who does Oklahoma have to play? Texas has fallen off, and Nebraska is going to the Big 10. They could be a wire-to-wire team.

Texas had a down year b/c they lacked experience, expect them to come back strong, as will Texas A&M, OklaState, and Mizzou. Stanford will have to play Oregon, and the winner will have a clear path to the Pac-10 championship (unless Foles for Arizona and James Rodgers gets his 5th year granted, then the Pac-10 will be a 4 team races, which is funny b/c the north will have Stanford, Oregon, and OreSt fighting for the championship while Arizona will be the favorites down south even with USC)

Utah might be better than Arizona next year -- we'll see. Either way, it looks like the North should control the Pac-12 for the first few years until USC returns to form.
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

[ Edited by SanDiego49er on Nov 28, 2010 at 14:28:03 ]
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.
If luck is smart he will come out, with a rookie cap looming, he will want to make as much money as possible.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.

Like who? Show me. Which are the Peyton Manning / Phillip Rivers / Drew Brees types picking in the top ten?

Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.

Like who? Show me. Which are the Peyton Manning / Phillip Rivers / Drew Brees types picking in the top ten?


Carolina - Clausen, lol
Cincinnati - Palmer, maybe they want to start from scratch though
Detroit - Stafford, definitely would not pick Luck
Buffalo - Fitzpatrick, thinking they pass on Luck for him is wishful thinking imo
Arizona - needs a qb
San Francisco - needs a qb
Cleveland - is McCoy a franchise qb?
Dallas (tie) - Romo, they have other needs to address
Minnesota (tie) - Do they give T.Jackson the reigns?
Denver (tie) - Lord Tebow
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.

Like who? Show me. Which are the Peyton Manning / Phillip Rivers / Drew Brees types picking in the top ten?


Carolina - Clausen, lol
Cincinnati - Palmer, maybe they want to start from scratch though
Detroit - Stafford, definitely would not pick Luck
Buffalo - Fitzpatrick, thinking they pass on Luck for him is wishful thinking imo
Arizona - needs a qb
San Francisco - needs a qb
Cleveland - is McCoy a franchise qb?
Dallas (tie) - Romo, they have other needs to address
Minnesota (tie) - Do they give T.Jackson the reigns?
Denver (tie) - Lord Tebow

There is tons of teams in there looking for QB's. And Cleveland and Minnesota don't pass on a QB.
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.

Like who? Show me. Which are the Peyton Manning / Phillip Rivers / Drew Brees types picking in the top ten?


Carolina - Clausen, lol
Cincinnati - Palmer, maybe they want to start from scratch though
Detroit - Stafford, definitely would not pick Luck
Buffalo - Fitzpatrick, thinking they pass on Luck for him is wishful thinking imo
Arizona - needs a qb
San Francisco - needs a qb
Cleveland - is McCoy a franchise qb?
Dallas (tie) - Romo, they have other needs to address
Minnesota (tie) - Do they give T.Jackson the reigns?
Denver (tie) - Lord Tebow

- Carolina will not draft a QB with Clausen, period. What that kid has had to go through with nothing to work with as a rookie is a shame -- reminds me of Alex Smith in 2005.
- Cincinnati could take a QB, but Palmer isn't "done" -- they need to plug holes on the D-line and gel a bit on offense -- they'll be fine.
- Fitzpatrick looks great, and they have needs all over the field.
- SF and Arizona both need a QB badly
- McCoy has looked phenomenal so far -- do you disagree? Why go QB AGAIN with so many other needs?
- Min could take a QB, but I expect them to be picking in the teens.
- Den - Orton is averaging 300 yards per game, and Tebow is on the bench.


So in my mind its the 49ers and Arizona that desperately need a QB and don't have massive holes all over the roster.
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.

Like who? Show me. Which are the Peyton Manning / Phillip Rivers / Drew Brees types picking in the top ten?


Carolina - Clausen, lol
Cincinnati - Palmer, maybe they want to start from scratch though
Detroit - Stafford, definitely would not pick Luck
Buffalo - Fitzpatrick, thinking they pass on Luck for him is wishful thinking imo
Arizona - needs a qb
San Francisco - needs a qb
Cleveland - is McCoy a franchise qb?
Dallas (tie) - Romo, they have other needs to address
Minnesota (tie) - Do they give T.Jackson the reigns?
Denver (tie) - Lord Tebow

There is tons of teams in there looking for QB's. And Cleveland and Minnesota don't pass on a QB.

Why would Cleveland not ride out McCoy???
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by teeohh:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Most teams in the top 10 already have young quarterbacks, so the price for us to trade up is much cheaper.

Like who? Show me. Which are the Peyton Manning / Phillip Rivers / Drew Brees types picking in the top ten?


Carolina - Clausen, lol
Cincinnati - Palmer, maybe they want to start from scratch though
Detroit - Stafford, definitely would not pick Luck
Buffalo - Fitzpatrick, thinking they pass on Luck for him is wishful thinking imo
Arizona - needs a qb
San Francisco - needs a qb
Cleveland - is McCoy a franchise qb?
Dallas (tie) - Romo, they have other needs to address
Minnesota (tie) - Do they give T.Jackson the reigns?
Denver (tie) - Lord Tebow

There is tons of teams in there looking for QB's. And Cleveland and Minnesota don't pass on a QB.

Why would Cleveland not ride out McCoy???

Sure buddy. They would rather have Colt McCoy if they get a shot at Andrew Luck.

Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
Originally posted by nickbradley:
Originally posted by SanDiego49er:
We don't have any chance of getting that guy at all. We already won too many games. And he may not even come out.

He's probably coming out, and there is such a thing as a trade-up.

1) The team having the #1 pick may not want to trade down. They may want to keep him.

2) If they are open to trades you will be competing against 4 or 5 other teams that "must get him."

The ransom will be real high.

We aren't getting him period. Dream on.

Really??

We're 6th currently in NFL draft position for '11. And certain teams just aren't drafting QB, most likely.

Another consideration... twice the past decade the 1st overall pick QB has been traded to another team during the draft (Vick and E. Manning)

Likely? No.

Possible? Yes.