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Postby Lordrevolution » Sat Aug 11, 2007 8:04 pm

What are the chances we see Leftwich replaced with Garrard during the season? What impact will Couch ever have anywhere? What does the uncertanty at QB do to the values of Jones-Drew and Taylor?
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Re: Jax QB situation

Postby Lordrevolution » Sun Aug 12, 2007 4:13 pm

Gona bump this here, see if I can get some feedback.
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Postby Jagsjag120 » Sun Aug 12, 2007 6:26 pm

Gararrd has no chance of seeing the field in place of leftwich, except for injury. Anyone who watched Garrard closely last year would have seen him single handedly blow a few games. He's a good back up, but if he see's extended playing time he gets found out, he's not starting quality. Also the new offence under dirk koetter, is based on Leftwich strong points not Garrard. I do think DG could be decent in a west coast offence. Expect Leftwich to have a good year, steal him in the later rounds, and take Marcedes lewis if he is around late too.
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Postby INKcogKNEEdough » Mon Aug 13, 2007 3:08 am

Garrard has two things and two things only going for him. 1- Leftwich is definitely injury prone. At some point he IS going to get hurt, in which case Garrard will step in and do fine in a few games. 2-He is the backup. Fans ALWAYS ALWAYS always LOVE the backup and it is no different here in Jax. One bad pass and the Garrard backers/ "gotta have a QB who can run' people will be calling for Garrard. That is just the way it is. For fantasy purposes, Garrard will go undrafted in 95% of leagues I would think even here in town. If you are interested in him just wait till after your draft and get him as a free agent pickup. I think this is the year Leftwich finally stays healthy and puts together a very solid season. Granted that may be wishful thinking on the part of a Jags season ticket holder but still. If Fragile freddy can do it anyone can.

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Re: Jax QB situation

Postby Jagsjag120 » Mon Aug 13, 2007 5:57 am

As a jags fan, you should know better than to call Fred Taylor "fragile". He's about to reach the 10,000 yard milestone. Only elite backs reach 10,000 and you certainly dont reach it by being fragile.
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