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    Quote Originally Posted by Mudder View Post
    I don't know about you guys, but I'm really interested to see if he can make all the throws and how well his foot is healing.
    You only have to watch his tape to know he can make all the throws
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    Yep. He can make them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fins4o8 View Post
    Only the way I would draft for next year is to knowing you are going to suck bad and get to draft Barkley. But didn't we go through that last year with SFL?
    It's not all about Barkley next year. Lot of good QB's in next years draft
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    IMO it's humorous listening to the portion of fans who went from shouting "let's ditch this season to be in position to draft Barkley".... to immediately shouting "let's ditch this season, too, to be in position to draft Barkley".

    Forget about trying to compete and win games! We'd rather watch coach Philbin crumble in failure and the team & organization completely collapse upon itself so that we can hopefully be in the position to draft the top rated QB who may never become a franchise guy. I just wish I had a rubber hose long enough to smack everyone of these fans without having to leave my living room.

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    The thing about Philbin is this; if Ross gives him time, he'll win big in Miami.
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    Id say apart from colossal failure he should get a good 3 to 5 years before the major heat is on. I think philbin is likely more of ross's guy than sparano was..no parcells in the picture to weigh in

    Edit: and to stay on topic i do find myself more intriqued by tannehill daily, i just hope it is justified

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    The thing about Philbin is this; if Ross gives him time, he'll win big in Miami.
    That's why I hate to hear fans say things like, "I've waited 30 years, so I have a right to be impatient". What happened in the past is irrelevant to an evaluation of what Philbin is doing now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rafael View Post
    That's why I hate to hear fans say things like, "I've waited 30 years, so I have a right to be impatient". What happened in the past is irrelevant to an evaluation of what Philbin is doing now.
    The story of my debating football life..it's what's wrong with a lot of stuff that's going on in this franchise's culture.

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    Goodness that proday was vanilla, some of it being half speed.

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    Joe Philbin to me is the epitome of winning. I see something cyclical happening with what happened in GB. He's going to nurture a young QB like Tannehill the way he did with Rodgers, all the while building the requisite parts and keeping that defense ticking over.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer View Post
    Joe Philbin to me is the epitome of winning. I see something cyclical happening with what happened in GB. He's going to nurture a young QB like Tannehill the way he did with Rodgers, all the while building the requisite parts and keeping that defense ticking over.
    Think we'll make a play for Tannehill or wait for him at 8 and hope?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinishLine View Post
    Think we'll make a play for Tannehill or wait for him at 8 and hope?
    I really believe that the skill set is there. If both are given enough time, I believe Philbin can turn Tannehill into the next Rodgers.


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    I think the question that people should be asking is not "should we take Tannehill at 8" but "should we move up to 3 to get him"?

    I do think the Browns like Richardon, but RB is such a low value position, can you really justify spending a top 5 pick and passing over a potential franchise QB for one? Can he be as good as Peterson?

    There is also the point that if any other teams are eyeballing him, they know they will need to make a trade with the Vikes or Jags most likely.

    We have heard lots of people chiming in saying they would give up 3 first round picks for Luck, or give up 2 for RG3 or whatever. What price would be to much to trade with Minny?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jcouch1021 View Post
    I don't think they went and got Gerard to then draft another qb, David, Matt, pat and a first round pick???
    Unless I'm mistaken, both Matt and David only have a year remaining on their contracts. And a pick of Ryan Tannehill is probably for 2013.
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    Quote Originally Posted by texanphinatic View Post
    I think the question that people should be asking is not "should we take Tannehill at 8" but "should we move up to 3 to get him"?

    I do think the Browns like Richardon, but RB is such a low value position, can you really justify spending a top 5 pick and passing over a potential franchise QB for one? Can he be as good as Peterson?

    There is also the point that if any other teams are eyeballing him, they know they will need to make a trade with the Vikes or Jags most likely.

    We have heard lots of people chiming in saying they would give up 3 first round picks for Luck, or give up 2 for RG3 or whatever. What price would be to much to trade with Minny?
    Well, the draft value chart would suggest roughly this: Swap the first round picks, then give up our second and 2 thirds. That is alot. It boils down to just how strongly you feel about Tannehill, and how likely you feel the Browns will take him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhinishLine View Post
    Think we'll make a play for Tannehill or wait for him at 8 and hope?
    Wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bakedmatt View Post
    Unless I'm mistaken, both Matt and David only have a year remaining on their contracts. And a pick of Ryan Tannehill is probably for 2013.
    Well, if we take Tannehill, one of those two is not likely to be in Miami for the 2012 season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gandalfin View Post
    Well, the draft value chart would suggest roughly this: Swap the first round picks, then give up our second and 2 thirds. That is alot. It boils down to just how strongly you feel about Tannehill, and how likely you feel the Browns will take him.
    With all the holes this team has it would be suicide.

    If he goes before us, you either take someone like Ingram or Richardson or Reiff and then you go with Moore/Garrard, draft a kid later on and come back next year when you have Barkley and Logan Thomas and Casey Pachall and Travis Wilson and the kid from Tennessee, etc.
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    If this team takes Richardson im buying a Bengals jersey. Idiotic pick

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    IMO all the speculation about Cleveland taking Tannehill at 4 is like the plethora of reports last year regarding Washington wanting to trade up into the top 5 for Blaine Gabbert. At the end of the day Washington traded back and let Jax take Gabbert at their #10 spot. It makes for good news and excitement.

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