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View Poll Results: Tannehill or Flynn; who would you ride your career on between these 2
Tannehill 23 35.94%
Flynn 41 64.06%
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Old 03-01-2012, 12:40 AM    (permalink
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2 starts doesn't reveal much of anything and certainly not the confidence Philbin has in Flynn.
2 NFL starts in cold weather in the regular season DO reveal a lot more than some starts in the fall against collegiate teams like Texas Tech, Houston, Missouri, Baylor, Oklahoma State.

You can guess what a young QB can do in the NFL when given a chance.
You can see what Flynn actually did. Big difference, and you'll see that when a team makes the move for Matty Ice. The Real Matty Ice.
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Flynn, and I hope my Browns go after him! If they can sign Flynn and use their picks on weapons on the offense....Justin Blackmon/Michael Floyd/Stephen Hill/Tommy Streeter and /or jump on a defensive stud ......Morris Claiborne/Nick Perry/Luke Kuechly.....depending on who they would pick at #4, then at #22. We should re sign Hillis soon and I expect them to either sign a back via free agency or draft one within rounds two to four.
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lol You know exactly what upside means.

2 starts doesn't reveal much of anything and certainly not the confidence Philbin has in Flynn.
One of the reasons the Pack finally let Favre go was that they saw what Rodgers was doing every day in practice. There was no way they could be totally sure that would translate to how he would play on Sundays, but clearly they had a decent comfort factor with Rodgers.

Whether that same factor is there for Philbin with Flynn is unknown, but it makes Miami the only team outside of Green Bay capable of properly evaluating Flynn in free agency...or as properly as anyone can at this point.
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is tannehill really a top 10 pick? he seems late 1st at best. Other guys like Foles, Osweiler and Weeden in the same convo.
LOL at the "rise" of Tannehill. We see this every year.
Seattle stole Matt Flynn Flynn compared to whoever bites too high on Tannehill and his "upside".

Congrats Seahawks!

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Ryan Tannehill's rightful place to be drafted? Maybe the late second or third round.

So here we are again, the annual NFL Draft, where smart men suddenly become incredibly dumb. Example No. 7 trillion: Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill is suddenly a first-round pick.

If Tannehill moved any faster up the NFL's draft boards, he'd be Deion Sanders. Starships don't travel this quickly. Still trying to figure out why. Was it his 1-5 record against ranked teams? Was it his completion percentage that fell last year? Was it his quarterback rating that was lower than Brock Osweiler's?

Common sense is replaced by hope. Words like "potential" become fruitful and multiply. It was in this environment players like Blaine Gabbert and JaMarcus Russell floated to places they should have never gone.
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