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Postby CC » Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:05 pm

He was unstoppable in college because he was playing in the Pac 10 (insert joke here). I would bet the farm that Joey Harrington will not be a "great" QB by the end of this year, and as of now I don't even think he's an average QB. If he can't at the very least be serviceable by the end of the year with the talent around him, I doubt he ever will be.
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Postby KingGhidra » Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:24 pm

Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:He was unstoppable in college because he was playing in the Pac 10 (insert joke here). I would bet the farm that Joey Harrington will not be a "great" QB by the end of this year, and as of now I don't even think he's an average QB. If he can't at the very least be serviceable by the end of the year with the talent around him, I doubt he ever will be.


Harrington is on a short list I made of QBs who won't finish the season as the starter due to a non injury. I don't think Mooch particularly likes him and you can't have an immobile QB in the WCO.
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Postby CC » Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:31 pm

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Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:He was unstoppable in college because he was playing in the Pac 10 (insert joke here). I would bet the farm that Joey Harrington will not be a "great" QB by the end of this year, and as of now I don't even think he's an average QB. If he can't at the very least be serviceable by the end of the year with the talent around him, I doubt he ever will be.


Harrington is on a short list I made of QBs who won't finish the season as the starter due to a non injury. I don't think Mooch particularly likes him and you can't have an immobile QB in the WCO.


I wouldn't mind seeing that list. If I were to make one it would probably be these guys.

Drew Brees
Joey Harrington
Kyle Boller
Tommy Maddox
Brad Johnson
Carson Palmer
Kurt Waner

I'd toss on

Testaverde
Bledsoe
and
Rex Grossman

but I have no idea who they would lose their jobs to.
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Postby AGENT » Sun Aug 15, 2004 5:36 pm

I really like Andre Johnson and Charles Rodgers. Both could be top 10 this year. If history repeats itself only 5 of these top 10 guys you listed will actually be in the top 10. Look for these new faces and you may be able to add guys like Joey Galloway or Marc Clayton in for season send. Who would have thought Boldin would have been top 5 last year. I also Like Plaxico chances of being top 10 especially in his contract year.
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Postby VoiceOfReason » Sun Aug 15, 2004 8:05 pm

Moss
Harrison
Holt
Moulds
CJohnson
Ward
Owens
Coles
SMoss
DMason
Plaxico
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Postby Wesley Walker » Sun Aug 15, 2004 9:03 pm

I'd list my top ten, only it would have 25 guys.

But trust that Chris Chambers would not be one of them.
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Postby 34=Sweetness » Sun Aug 15, 2004 9:11 pm

Heres my top 10
Moss
Harrison
Holt
Owens
Ward
Chad Johnson
Lavernaues Coles
Santana Moss
Derrick Mason
Steve Smith
On Harrington, at best hes Drew Bledsoe IMO.
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Postby hawksfan896 » Mon Aug 16, 2004 12:42 am

Canadian_Cheesehead wrote:He was unstoppable in college because he was playing in the Pac 10 (insert joke here). I would bet the farm that Joey Harrington will not be a "great" QB by the end of this year, and as of now I don't even think he's an average QB. If he can't at the very least be serviceable by the end of the year with the talent around him, I doubt he ever will be.


You're right about the pac-10. Totally weak conference. How did Michigan fare against them last year, by the way? I particulary liked how Joey's alma mater smacked them around and then turned out to be not even that good of a pac-10 team.
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Postby CC » Mon Aug 16, 2004 11:27 am

Oh yea, the Pac 10 must rule b/c Michigan got upset by Oregon. I guess California is an amazing team because they beat USC.
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Postby 34=Sweetness » Mon Aug 16, 2004 11:34 am

What about when Michigan crushed Washington States face in the Rose Bowl? Or when Wisconsin was tearing up Stanford? Big 10 owns the Pac10. Once again, there is one good team in the Pac10, while Michigan, Ohio State, and Wisconsin should be good again.
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