If Young goes pro, who do you take Lienart or Young?

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  1. Gunny

    Gunny Lord and Master Tip Jar Donor

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    if the jets traded with houston i would imagine its for Bush, but if they did for young then we can get bush.
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  2. SuperFreak90

    SuperFreak90 Starter

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    1. Young 2. Lienart 3. Cutler

    Reggie Bush goes #1, Titans take a franchise QB.
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  3. MsTitan

    MsTitan Camp Fodder

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    Most people aren't grading him on one game but yet atleast one college football season. I don't think a guy could get heavy consideration for the Heisman and only have one game to grade him buy. I don't really watch a lot of college football but I heard his name a lot last year and this year. So I don't think you have to grade him on one game. They guy has been great all year.
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  4. JMB54

    JMB54 Waitin on a Win!

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    Any way we go at #3 we should be good. There are 3 quality QBs and a monster RB that anybody should be happy with.
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  5. pacmanplayer

    pacmanplayer Da Real PacMan

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    Just wait til Vince plays a defense like the Bears in the NFL... with linebackers that can run with or past his speed.... then you will see where he is....
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  6. GLinks

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    Young is on top for now. Some teams will have Leinart ahead of him, and I hope New Orleans or New York is one of them.

    The arguments against Young are the same ones that could have been used against Steve when he came out. I don't think Steve is the reason we lost the Super Bowl. I think if we had some other pieces, we could have won (like, say, Moss instead of Dyson). So I think we can win with Young as well. Regardless of what anyone says of their mechanics, Young out-passed Leinart last night.

    Also, what impressed me in terms of room to grow with Young, he never looked like he was throwing all that hard. I mean, he didn't need to last night - almost all his throws got to his receivers quickly enough, but imagine when his arms are a little bigger and his mechanics are better. SCARY.

    So we'll get one of the big 3, no matter what, and that ain't bad. And if someone wants to trade up and get Young or Leinart, the other goes to NO, and we get Bush, or fall back and take Cutler or whatever. I like sitting at 3, and I would take Young, Leinart or Bush. And if it's Leinart or Bush, before I make the selection, I probably see what team is desparate enough to make a crazy deal - and I still probably take one of them.
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  7. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    Vince Young has all the speed and athleticism
    of Mike Vick without the herpes.
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    What did he mean when he said, "WE'LL BE BACK NEXT YEAR?"
    :hmm:
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  8. thnom

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    I think Leinart without a question. Leinart has the pocket intagibles that Brady has, and that stuff is what you can't teach. VYoung has the agility that can't be taugh, but he doesn't have the speed to match. I see Leinart as a player who may have shortcomings, but he's a player who knows how to limit those shortcomings. He seemed to have no problems with the deepball yesterday, and the int came from a heads up play by the CB, not a throwing tail off or w/e.
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