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Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by GoTitans3801, Apr 17, 2006.
Everybody loves Cutler
Shouldn't that be "Everybody loves Jay(mond)"...
Unless this is 1983 and you have your pick of elway, kelly or marino you have to assume someone will be a failure. The odds say that. In 1999 the top 3 picks were QBs. Couch, mcnabb and akili smith. Those who said that all three would be great look stupid now. How is this year that different? The bust factor is 50% normallly. Bledsoe-mirer, both great? Not even one is great. Manning-leaf? Mcnair-collins?
Yes, but it's not a certainty, there is still a chance that all 3 become superstars. It's very small but it could happen. The problem is you can't predict who the bust will be (certainly no one has been able to so far), so you might as well assume they're all going to be great, and just pick the one you like the most.
You forget who you are talking too.:lol3:
I think 2 of 3 will make the grade. Cause first you have basically a two time Heisman winner in Leiart who made the championship game twice. This is damn good stuff. Cause not only does he win. He has the numbers. Then to top it off, you have a guy in Vince Young who single handeldy beat the two best players in all of college b y imself. He didn't even need the other 5o players. So you gotta say god damn to that. Cutler is the bust here. He's nobody. 2 of 3 make it.
Cutler's chances are as good as the others IMO. Leinart is overated and if he played on a team like Vandy he wouldn't even be in the 1st round. VY is the closest to being a dominating college QB who might not be able to translate his game at the next level although he potentially has a huge upside.
I wouldn't say everyone loves Cutler. Sporting News has Cutler as the #4 QB behind Whitehurst.
If you look hard enough you can find negatives about all three of these guys by the "experts".