Re: to all the BB GM naysayers
posted at 3/8/2012 5:09 PM EST
In Response to Re: to all the BB GM naysayers
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: to all the BB GM naysayers : You've already got Mallet as an NFL success. Brilliant. F-tard.
Posted by BabeParilli[/QUOTE]
6'6" 240 pounds, the most impressive pocket passing QB in his draft class but fell due to concerns about partying... well so did Dan Marino and Rapistburger.
I don't assume he will be as successful as Marino, but it sure gives me a warm feeling knowing he's sitting there next to Hoyer, especially after the success of Matt Cassel.
I don't claim to be an expert on drafting success the way you seem to be, but if you're so sure of yourself, I suggest you post a breakdown of your draft picks.
If after two seasons, which is about how long you seem to give the Brace/Cunninghams of the world, but if the same number of your guys are supporting players on a great team and even some Pro Bowlers mixed in there and it compares to Belichick, then you can shout from on high.
I doubt you'd find nearly solid picks as as some posters will here never mind BB, moreover you wouldn't find the nearly the amount of undrafted free agents that we fill in with year after year.
In fact I'd say it's impossible to state that a GM who builds primarily through the draft, representing the most frugal and fiscally responsible team year after year can also be called a bad evaluator of talent. Methinks the Steelers are the only team that has been comparable to Belichick in terms of success at reloading on a small market budget.
But build us a depth chart of your pro team, both offense and defense from this years draft class, starters and backups, lets see how good you are?
Better still give us a depth chart, one of each position, find us a guaranteed Pro Bowler outside of Kiper's top three picks at that position. That's where BB picks every year remember, because he wins...
I doubt you'll accept that challenge.