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    WFT cuts Haskins

    Another cant miss QB misses

    Just shows how hard it will be to replace Ben

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    I don’t think anyone believes it will be easy, especially since we rarely draft top 10.

    But the window where it becomes necessary is getting really close.
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    WFT becoming WTF

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    Yet another failed OSU QB in the NFL

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    Yet another failed OSU QB in the NFL
    I'd always be leery drafting a QB from Ohio State or Alabama. So much talent around them it magnifies how good they are.

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    Not a fan of Haskin’s but he got a raw deal. Gruden needed to win now and that was too much pressure for a guy like Haskin’s. Then Rivera comes in and without any offseason reps throws a new offense at him and expects instant success?

    No doubt he seems immature but plenty of people have made worse mistakes.

    I would definitely take a chance on Haskins on the cheap.
    Tomlinís coming back so what can you do?


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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    Not a fan of Haskinís but he got a raw deal. Gruden needed to win now and that was too much pressure for a guy like Haskinís. Then Rivera comes in and without any offseason reps throws a new offense at him and expects instant success?

    No doubt he seems immature but plenty of people have made worse mistakes.

    I would definitely take a chance on Haskins on the cheap.
    Hard pass!!!!

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    [QUOTE=Oviedo;814954]I'd always be leery drafting a QB from Ohio State or Alabama. So much talent around them it magnifies how good they are.

    Add Florida. No Florida QB has ever been any good in the pros, really. I wouldnít take Fields or Trask if they were available in the second.

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    [QUOTE=SteelerMaine83;814965]
    Quote Originally Posted by Oviedo View Post
    I'd always be leery drafting a QB from Ohio State or Alabama. So much talent around them it magnifies how good they are.

    Add Florida. No Florida QB has ever been any good in the pros, really. I wouldn’t take Fields or Trask if they were available in the second.
    Yeah.. I said the same thing about Texas Tech QB’s and missed on Mahomes.
    Tomlinís coming back so what can you do?


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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    Not a fan of Haskin’s but he got a raw deal. Gruden needed to win now and that was too much pressure for a guy like Haskin’s. Then Rivera comes in and without any offseason reps throws a new offense at him and expects instant success?

    No doubt he seems immature but plenty of people have made worse mistakes.

    I would definitely take a chance on Haskins on the cheap.
    Don't care what kind of deal he got from the coaches. When a rookie QB comes into the NFL and doesn't practice hard, is lazy, and is called out by his own team mates for his lack of work ethic, that's all I need to know to say no thank you. Let some other team try to develop him into a starting QB.
    Apparently his coaches had seen enough to know he didn't seem to have the it factor. He makes poor decisions and he also isn't a particularly accurate passer. https://www.washingtonpost.com/sport...line_manual_55
    https://www.radio.com/thefandc/sport...failed-impress

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