Trade for Brady Quinn

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    [QUOTE]I like that Hoyer kid. And if we could get someone make it Adrian Peterson
    Posted by themightyfid[/QUOTE]
      as for quinn...he`s got a really good thing going in the Castro, south end and other gay "hang-outs" accross the country where he is extremely popular. he doesn`t need to be a starting QB to find a nice place to live. just hang out in a gay bar and sip mineral water for about 5 minutes, should be all it takes. or live off his poster/underwear proceeds. as for Quinn ever becomning a good NFL QB..ummm...NO!
     
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    [QUOTE]I like that Hoyer kid. And if we could get someone make it Adrian Peterson
    Posted by themightyfid[/QUOTE]

    HAHA ok, like the Vikings would ever let him go.....are people serious?

    Quinn cant even start for the lowly Browns, and he is from the Ohio area and a fan favorite.  They wont draft Tebow....the Patriots wont waste a 1st or second round pick on a QB. 
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Trade for Brady Quinn : Durrrrrrrr Doug Gabriel, 2006. How sure is pretty sure? This came off the top of my head. Do a little research if you aren't fan enough to know it off the top of yourn'.
    Posted by imdealingwithidiots[/QUOTE]

    Doug Gabriel was traded to the Pats on September 2, 2006.  That was before the regular season, thus most definitely not mid season.  Killa stands correct.
     
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    Should have just kept Cassel to begin with...
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Trade for Brady Quinn : The more you speak the stupider you sound!  I admitted the plays have evolved BUT IT'S THE SAME SYSTEM!    There is a big difference between a "system" and a "play".  The WR's responsibilities are EXACTLY the same now as they were under WIESS!  The blitz pickup is EXACTLY the same now as it was under WEISS.  The spread formation is EXACTLY the same now as it was under Weiss.  Obviously the team is going to change plays and strategy due to the players on the field.  The plays have evolved under the same "SYSTEM"!  You learn a new thing every day !
    Posted by deluxbury[/QUOTE]

    The stuff you talk about is vanilla to 95% of the teams in the league.  There is nothing that the Pats do that is unique; what is unique is the specific game planning that takes place as well as focus on situational football, which is a BB trademark.  There is no Weiss system; there is application of plays to specific situations and personnel.

    CW is no offensive genius as an HC; if ND had not made the stupid move of extending his contract for an ungodly sum, he'd be looking to see what other home improvement contractor he could scruw

    Hope this helps your education
     
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    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: Trade for Brady Quinn : Doug Gabriel was traded to the Pats on September 2, 2006.  That was before the regular season, thus most definitely not mid season.  Killa stands correct.
    Posted by carawaydj[/QUOTE]

    5 week difference.  This most definitely isn't midseason either.  Counting the bye week, it's only a bit past quarter-season.

    A trade made just before week one, after the exhibition games are completed, is considered an in-season trade.  As is this hypothetical trade, smarty-pants.
     
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