The Official Thread of the 2020 QB Class

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by XO, Sep 20, 2019.

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  1. Tua Tagovailoa

  2. Justin Herbert

  3. Jake Fromm

  4. Steven Montez

  5. Jacob Eason

  6. K.J. Costello

  7. Joe Burrow

  8. Jordan Love

  9. Kellen Mond

  10. Jalen Hurts

  11. Other: Name below

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  1. Wingman

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    Yes please
     
  2. JCBRAVE

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  3. TitansWrath

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    We ain't gonna be in range for Tua.

    Id be thrilled with Eason. Fromm or Burrow are at the top of my list too.

    But we gotta keep losing. Broncos, Bucs, Dolphins, maybe Chargers, maybe Bengals, maybe jags, maybe raiders... Lot of bad teams in the market.
     
  4. TitansWrath

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    And Tampa. And maybe Las Vegas. Maybe cincinatti. Denver. Maybe Jax. Lots of teams in the market.
     
  5. Wingman

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    Eason, fromme or burrow. One will be there for sure. I think fromme will fall at combine. Like Tua, people are doubting his arm and not crazy about his size.
     
  6. ICBW

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    Fromm is Chad Pennington Marcus is Alex Smith. Hard Pass. if the argument against Marcus is "being better than our past QBs isnt enough" then we shouldn't accept "being a better passer than Marcus" is enough. Either you get Tua or Burrow (less than a 10% chance at this rate) or you sign Tannehill to be the bridge QB and set yourself up nicely for Lawrence, or Fields next year.


    and no more Washington QBs.
     
  7. TitansWrath

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    I won't pretend to have exhaustive knowledge of the prospects, but I do agree with you about one thing.

    Get. It. Right. At any cost. The future of the franchise and every job in it rides on it.

    If they believe one of these guys is the man, get him. Offer whatever it damn well takes. If not, trade our first for a first and a second next year, whatever. Get. A. Qb. For the love of God.
     
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  8. Tricky

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    2020 is the right year to need a top QB
     
  9. 2ToneBlueBlood

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    Fromm may not be the most athletic guy with the biggest arm, but there's a reason he's beaten out guys like Fields and Eason who have better measurables - he's got it between the ears and he's a gamer. I love his competitive drive and the fact that he's a 3 year starter. Even without an elite arm, some of the throws he makes are incredible. Watch a Georgia game sometime and see how accurate his ball placement is. Sometimes he will throw to the back shoulder in perfect coverage and still complete it because his ball placement is so good.

    The only thing that worries me is that he returns for his senior year if Georgia doesn't win the National Championship - which is looking more likely after this last week.

    I would also be elated with Joe Burrow. Either one of those guys would look fantastic in two tone blue.
     
  10. RTH

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    If the QB isn't already near-perfect coming out of college, he will end up sucking here.

    This team doesn't develop or coach up individual players well... almost never have.
     
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