Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    Possibly.  Or it could be that BB's just filling up his speed dial list.  

     

     
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    In response to DougIrwin's comment:
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    This falls in line with my theory that Mallett will be dealt after being showcased in preseason.  I would not be shocked to see BB pull the trigger. We'll know soon enough.

     

    http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/11296522/free-agent-qb-brady-quinn-works-new-england-patriots" rel="nofollow">http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/11296522/free-agent-qb-brady-quinn-works-new-england-patriots

     

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    Just what is it that they will showcase?  Are you still betting that BB will reel in a top 10 pick in the draft for RM, as you claimed he would the year after that bust was drafted?

     
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    Isn't Charlie Weiss close to Quinn? He was in town the other day at camp visiting with belichick, maybe this is just a favor deal? One coach talking to another, trying to get his old pupil another shot...because I can't think of another realistic reason why BB would even take a look at a guy like Quinn, the guy is garbage.

     
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    Then there was this today on Patriots.com:

    Maybe another back up is necessary?

    --Garoppolo struggled leading his offense in team action. He spun out of a possible sack and then threw the ball high on one rep and was sacked on the next. Then he badly overthrew Houston down the right sideline when the back had a step on Chris White in coverage. Mixed in with all his incompletions, Garoppolo also ran into Jonas Gray on a handoff. The young player continues to struggle to get any rhythm when on the field.

    --Mallett wasn’t much better. He had the interception, badly missed a deep ball to Derrick Johnson, turned the wrong way on a handoff and was sacked. Not a great showing for the fourth-year veteran.

     

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:


    Then there was this today on Patriots.com:


    Maybe another back up is necessary?


    --Garoppolo struggled leading his offense in team action. He spun out of a possible sack and then threw the ball high on one rep and was sacked on the next. Then he badly overthrew Houston down the right sideline when the back had a step on Chris White in coverage. Mixed in with all his incompletions, Garoppolo also ran into Jonas Gray on a handoff. The young player continues to struggle to get any rhythm when on the field.


    --Mallett wasn’t much better. He had the interception, badly missed a deep ball to Derrick Johnson, turned the wrong way on a handoff and was sacked. Not a great showing for the fourth-year veteran.


     




    NOT GOOD! And to think the Pats could have had a top 5 TE at the 2nd round.  I know, still early but Mallet has never impressed in preseason, no way could he pull a Cassell if TFB went down and Garoppolo is a long, long, long way away.

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    In response to DougIrwin's comment:
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    This falls in line with my theory that Mallett will be dealt after being showcased in preseason.  I would not be shocked to see BB pull the trigger. We'll know soon enough.

     

    http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/11296522/free-agent-qb-brady-quinn-works-new-england-patriots" rel="nofollow">http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/11296522/free-agent-qb-brady-quinn-works-new-england-patriots

     

    Discuss:

     

     

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    I feel like I've been saying this for 3 years, but I'll say it again.  Mallett won't be traded.

     
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    In response to prolate0spheroid's comment:

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    Then there was this today on Patriots.com:

     

    Maybe another back up is necessary?

     

    --Garoppolo struggled leading his offense in team action. He spun out of a possible sack and then threw the ball high on one rep and was sacked on the next. Then he badly overthrew Houston down the right sideline when the back had a step on Chris White in coverage. Mixed in with all his incompletions, Garoppolo also ran into Jonas Gray on a handoff. The young player continues to struggle to get any rhythm when on the field.

     

    --Mallett wasn’t much better. He had the interception, badly missed a deep ball to Derrick Johnson, turned the wrong way on a handoff and was sacked. Not a great showing for the fourth-year veteran.

     

     

     

     

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    NOT GOOD! And to think the Pats could have had a top 5 TE at the 2nd round.  I know, still early but Mallet has never impressed in preseason, no way could he pull a Cassell if TFB went down and Garoppolo is a long, long, long way away.

     

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    *yawn*. Whatever Donkey lover.  Your beloved team took Osweiler in the 2nd round.  He was a bum at ASU. 

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

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    *yawn*. Whatever Donkey lover.  Your beloved team took Osweiler in the 2nd round.  He was a bum at ASU. 

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    I'm a Donkey lover because I told everyone that the Broncos were the team to beat last season?  LMAO at you and Rusty.  Just face it, another prediction I was correct on.  I just can't be beat here.  Certainly not by you and Rusty, haha!! You know, the sad thing is the Broncos still have a better WR corps then our Parts have.  That's pretty pathetic.  You would have thought BB would have brought some talent in after last seasons blunder.  Doesn't he learn?  Still no vertical threat, something that has hurt this team since Moss left.  And don't try and push Dobson as a vertical threat, the dude has been in a walking boot all off season.  How much better can he get while in a walking boot.  SMH.  So go pick some wheat and leave the football talk to the big boys.

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    Imo


     


    there was no te worth taking in the higher rounds


     


    mallett had also an awesome day earlier in TC


     


    mallet is going nowhere. If anything happens to TB this year anytime, mallet will be first upand if shudder TB is perm done he will be next year too


     


    brady Quinn is a mid season pick up type I n that case. There is nothing that. Quinn can do that mallet cannot, and mallet has a cannon


     


    mallet knows the offense and if they don't pass as much without TB , they  will run more, which mallet can do


     


    Lastly, I seriously doubt that Mallet would be here 3 yrs and BB would keep him if mallet couldn't play.or as bad as you guys say. i had liked  Hoyer the most, he has done well for himself, and Bb kept Mallett


     


    I reserve all opinion on jg, he hasca steep learning curve, would there be any possibility of the PS? Not probably, but wish he went there


     


    i am also unaware of any other qb that's worth taking. Even as a reserve during the season


     


    its easy to rag on mallett, I wont


     


    but like it or not if TB is hurt our best and only shot is Mallett


     


    And I will root for him, with bb devising game plans for him that will work


    if I am wrong I won't hide lol



    Pat's Fan lost in Jet Land

     
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    "The writing is on the wall". The Pats are not comfortable with what they are getting from Garoppolo and are seeking contingency plans. If Brady were to go down and Mallet was to take over, the Pats are not comfortable with Garop being the backup. Weiss possibly was a consultant to evaluate Garop and definitely advocated for his old student, Quinn.

    If I were a Pats offensive coach I would be asking myself some questions: What will it take to get Garop to a basic competency level to justify him making the final 53? If he does not improve in camp, will I keep him anyway to give him time to mature or will I try to stick him on the PS?

    And If I were Garop I would be worried and trying to get back to the player I know that I have been in the past...

    Good luck, Jim. We will all be watching you to see how you fair in the trial by fire.

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

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    Isn't Charlie Weiss close to Quinn? He was in town the other day at camp visiting with belichick, maybe this is just a favor deal? One coach talking to another, trying to get his old pupil another shot...because I can't think of another realistic reason why BB would even take a look at a guy like Quinn, the guy is garbage.

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    This^

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    The Garoppollo pick was puzzling one.  I initially thought that BB anticipated a draft-night trade with a team that really wanted him, but it fell through and we got stuck with him.  

    Maybe he was always viewed by the Pats as a 3 year development project.  Maybe he'll come around.  Maybe Tavon Wilson will come around too.  Maybe a I'll find a $100 in my back pocket.

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

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    Then there was this today on Patriots.com:


     


    Maybe another back up is necessary?


     


    --Garoppolo struggled leading his offense in team action. He spun out of a possible sack and then threw the ball high on one rep and was sacked on the next. Then he badly overthrew Houston down the right sideline when the back had a step on Chris White in coverage. Mixed in with all his incompletions, Garoppolo also ran into Jonas Gray on a handoff. The young player continues to struggle to get any rhythm when on the field.


     


    --Mallett wasn’t much better. He had the interception, badly missed a deep ball to Derrick Johnson, turned the wrong way on a handoff and was sacked. Not a great showing for the fourth-year veteran.


     


     


     


     




    NOT GOOD! And to think the Pats could have had a top 5 TE at the 2nd round.  I know, still early but Mallet has never impressed in preseason, no way could he pull a Cassell if TFB went down and Garoppolo is a long, long, long way away.


     


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    People said the same thing about Cassell, no way he could win a game if TFB went down, till he pulled a Cassell when TFB went down. Brady was also a long long way away his first year in the NFL. According to reports he was pretty much stinking out the place that first training camp. On top of that, any tight end they picked wouldn't even be on the team in two years.

     
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    Garop.... a 3 year development project....OK, I can see that...


    but that is a long time to carry someone who absorbs a roster spot, especially when the QB position is the most difficult position to predict success in the NFL....there are more 1st round QB washouts then any other position.


    But, the point is well taken. We need to give Garop time, at least a year before we expect anything at all from him...

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    In response to Eldunker's comment:
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    The Garoppollo pick was puzzling one.  I initially thought that BB anticipated a draft-night trade with a team that really wanted him, but it fell through and we got stuck with him.  

    Maybe he was always viewed by the Pats as a 3 year development project.  Maybe he'll come around.  Maybe Tavon Wilson will come around too.  Maybe a I'll find a $100 in my back pocket.

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    I didn't see a QB coming at that spot but the Pats had a few others guys in before the draft. If they really liked JG, it was probably their only realistic draft slot to be able to select him. I'm looking forward to seeing him in a preseason game and how he performs.

     
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    The point has been made that TB stunk up training camp his 1st year. Ok, true enough. But there are 2 major differences between TB's situation and Garop's: History and Pressure.

    When Brady was drafted in the 6th round none of us paid attention. He was the 4th QB on the team and there was no pressure on him to develop. No one, media included, cared about TB. It gave him time to develop his skills and learn the position w/o pressure. The situation is very different for Garop today.

    Garop is coming into a situation where he is being asked to fill the shoes of one of the greatest NFL QB's of all time who has led his team to 5 SB appearances and 3 SB wins and whose team has never had a losing season since he took over the reigns. The Pats whole history has had an 180 degree turn since the arrival of TB and the force of that History and the Pressure it exerts are powerful. Garop has all eyes focused on him to carry the tradition forward. That is difficult for anyone let alone someone coming out of a Division II school.

    I don't admire the situation he is in NE. If he succeeds, it will be unlikely but if he does it will a greater feat than Carl Yastremski succeeding Ted Williams.

     
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    there aren't too many players that the pats don't bring in to get a 'folder' on them.....

     
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    Re: Pats Work Out Brady Quinn

    In response to Eldunker's comment:
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    The Garoppollo pick was puzzling one.  I initially thought that BB anticipated a draft-night trade with a team that really wanted him, but it fell through and we got stuck with him.  

    Maybe he was always viewed by the Pats as a 3 year development project.  Maybe he'll come around.  Maybe Tavon Wilson will come around too.  Maybe a I'll find a $100 in my back pocket.

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    ^ This Times 1,000

     
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