"If" one of the top 3 QBs fell

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Would the Titans draft one of the top 3 QBs if they fell to #11?

  1. Yes

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  2. No

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  1. Old Oiler Fan

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    There is NO chance the top 3 falls to us IMO. The REAL question we need to be evaluating is what would we think of Carr as our QB in the 1st. I would be ok with it if Wiz believes too. I'm intrigued by his quick release and professionalism.
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  2. xhrr

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    Please use your psychic abilities to read the future and inform the FO of which QB will be good in the draft all knowing one.
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  3. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    I don't see what my psychic abilities have to do with Derek Carr getting wizzed on, but whatevs.
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  4. xhrr

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    Haha I is slow....
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  5. xpmar9x

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    I would love for Bortles or Bridgewater to be available at 11. I'd say there's about a 10% of it happening though.
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  6. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Says the guy that loved Tim Tebow.


    I couldn't care less about Murray's knee.

    Love you follow up that statement with "not a runner like Manziel.."

    yeah. He's a quarterback. And therefore his knee isn't a huge deal.
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  7. avvie

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    :applause:
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  8. avvie

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    I've avoided touching the RT issue for a while, but Gentle Reader should be aware that stats are friggin useless in football, which is a team sport and generates a huge s**tload of variables which stats cannot reflect.
    I learned my lesson the hard way: "mobile" QBs SUCK. It was nice that Mc9 could scramble if necessary but I like him better throwing from the shotgun. I want a guy who can read defenses and get his team to get the ball down the field....not do it himself.
    Manziel scrambles against crappy college defenses. In the pros he will be ground beef.
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  9. RockyTop Fox

    RockyTop Fox Defensive Coordinator

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    Some guys are just special. I thought Patterson from UT would be iffy in the NFL because of how he relied on the poor tacking ability of college defenses to dance around and make plays. So far, it turns out that Patterson just has that freak ability to make plays. Manziel may be one of those rare special players.

    Given how iffy Locker has been both physically, mentally, and accurately, it would be tough to pass on any of the top 3 QBs at 11, especially Manziel. Even trading up is not entirely out of the question. A new head coach may want to get his QB.
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  10. JCBRAVE

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    And you think Whisenhunt would move up, lose several picks, and take a wildcard like Manziel?

    I would be shocked and disappointed to see that happen. There are only 2 guys worth trading up for, and neither is named Johnny.
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