Today are you rooting for a win or Mallett?

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  1. GoT

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    My fault, I forgot how he crushed all those menacing opponents they played this year. Who could forget his epic play against the defensive juggernauts of UTEP, Tennessee Tech, Lousiana-Monroe, Ole Miss, and Vanderbilt. Oh and a Georgia team that couldn't find its butt with two hands until two-thirds of the way through the season. You're obviously right, Mallett is the Truth.
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    Yeah I bet Big Ben had a lot of "juggernauts" to go up against him at Miami of freakin Ohio, and he clearly didn't work out, oh wait a minute he has two rings. Newsflash: Vince can't play FOREVER, hell he rarely plays a full season, just because someone wants to draft a quarterback doesn't necessarily mean they want your boyfriend ousted immediately.
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    I get absolutely no enjoyment out of watching my football team get their a**es handed to them every week. Why in the world would I want them to lose?
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    LMAO, didn't say I was against drafting a qb. Our only other QB is 38 years old (unless you count Rusty-which I don't). I think you should definitely look but, for me, it wouldn't be Mallett.

    Greg McElroy or Case Keenum, then maybe Ryan Mallett. Wouldn't mind them looking at Jacory Harris either and of course if Newton comes out then he has to be on your radar. Just don't know if you see alot of JR's come out if the labor dispute isn't cleared up first.
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    Jacory Harris who was completely jacked up and beaten by the "juggernaut" University of VIRGINIA? So Mallett's weak SEC games he won are a joke, yet Jacory Harris losing to even worse ACC teams is preferable?
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    Bisco are you not into reading complete posts today or what? You see that I put Mallett ahead of him and Jacory as a wouldn't mind them looking at him spot? Ok so that means yes I believe Mallett's excelling in his weak arse schedule is better than Jacory getting beaten up.
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    Soft, weak, absent-minded, flawed. Jacory Harris is a bum and my Buckeyes exposed him. I would be ashamed if the Titans drafted that turd.
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