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  1. 6 hours ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

    I don't follow College football, so I have no clue if there's anyone worthwhile in this draft. But if there is someone who has 'it' and they can get him, they need to do it now. Otherwise, they may not have the right QB available to them when they do decide to get him.

    Franchise QB has to come first, if there's one in front of them. If there isn't, then you do the other things.

    All of this wouldn't even be necessary if they'd kept Brees though lol

    I don’t think it would have mattered if Brees stayed or not. Payton could have won a ring with Rivers as a Saint during the Bountygate years just as easily.

  2. 3 minutes ago, VaBeach_Eagle said:

    I'm not sure they can do it with Rivers. They need to hit the reset button in the draft.

    If I were their GM I would keep building their defense and stock up on OLine late. They already have a nice pass rush core, just need to fortify the trenches. Then they can look for their next franchise QB before trying to get any new weapons on offense cus they’d all just leave in FA if the team continues to be average.

  3. Don’t tell me it’s just because Brady/Belichick are that good. Or Manning or Big Ben...

    The NFC is filled with bloodthirsty stud QBs. Rodgers, Brees, Wilson, Cam had a run in 2015, etc, now Wentz tasted blood and wants more. Having a few elite QBs can’t be the reason. 

    What’s the AFCs excuse? Good lord, if not for Denver building an elite defense in 2015, and Sanchize and Flacco going super saiyan in 2010 and 2012 (oh yeah, and Peyton finally beating Brady in 2006), AND Brady tearing his ACL in 08, the Pats could have been in the SB consecutively for the past 15 years, and if not for the aforementioned teams and Eli Manning, they’d have 6+ rings.

    The Browns, Bengals, and post Manning Colts seem to be especially incompetent organizations, but it’s absurd that with the parity driven NFL, the AFC hasn’t been able to be nearly as competitive.