What doesn't the rest of the division get about this?

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    What doesn't the rest of the division get about this?

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     

     
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    Elite, franchise/HOF-type QBs don't grow on trees. So, really, it's true for the entire NFL.

     
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    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?

     
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    The problem is that the Bills haven't found a Tom Brady in ANY round, ever.




    bills had some great teams and were the class of the afc

     
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    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?



    We all know what round but he did say greatness can be seen quickly and BB saw that in Tom real fast after he started. Just saying.

     
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    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?




    Mr. cyncalpatfan, would you please list the HOF QBs found in the 6th round over the history of the NFL?

     
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    In response to raptor64d's comment:

    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?



    We all know what round but he did say greatness can be seen quickly and BB saw that in Tom real fast after he started. Just saying.




    after he started?  So that means the draft pick as a 6th rounder was a crapshoot after all.

     
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    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?




    Mr. cyncalpatfan, would you please list the HOF QBs found in the 6th round over the history of the NFL?




    Unitas was drafted in the ninth round by Pittsburgh. 

     
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    In response to Patsfansince1966's comment:

    The problem is that the Bills haven't found a Tom Brady in ANY round, ever.




    I see you're back.

    The village imbecile Rusty has been claiming I'm you.

     
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    Not all teams are willing to give up a seaosn to 'Suck for Luck' and you can't garrantee the QB you get in the first 5 picks will be that guy who can take your team on a 14 year winning streak.  Let's face it we got luck, if Bledsoe isn't knock out does Brady even make the cut the next year?  Do they trade him to release him so the not Yets can pick him up?  Who knows!

     
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    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?




    Mr. cyncalpatfan, would you please list the HOF QBs found in the 6th round over the history of the NFL?




    Unitas was drafted in the ninth round by Pittsburgh. 




    And Bart Starr in the 17th. Late round luck strikes rarely with NFL QBs, especially in later years.

     

    I wouldn't advise any NFL team to hang their hat on finding that franchise QB after the first round. It's a recipe for a long stay in the cellar, unless you get really lucky.

     

     
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    Teams probably do get it but it's hard finding that QB.  If they strike it rich they are in the chair for a while.  Their roll of the dice usually fails.  A lot of teams have a rotation system going on at head coach or gm so that throws in a wrench for any rookie that's trying to learn a system.  I see that as being a big problem.  Nobody has time to establish anything any more.  You have a two year window to produce something.  Not much time to raise the Titanic.  The first thing these guys have got to fix is always the QB.  There's only one or two that come out in every draft and not all of these are successful.  

     
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    The problem is that the Bills haven't found a Tom Brady in ANY round, ever.




    bills had some great teams and were the class of the afc




    But since 1969 the Jets have basically SUCKED...right patriotrain...you have to agree with me with every fiber of your being, given the great patriot fan you claim to be...THE JETS SUCK...every day, every hour, every minute, every second...the Jets and every one of their deluded, demented fans...right patriotrain?...The entire board will have no choice but to interperet your lack of affirmative response as a complete affirmative response.. :)

     
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    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?



    We all know what round but he did say greatness can be seen quickly and BB saw that in Tom real fast after he started. Just saying.




    after he started?  So that means the draft pick as a 6th rounder was a crapshoot after all.




    Uddie..I commend the drunken owner Irsay for having the guts to dump Gomer and tank in oreder to get Luck...great move...but the Pats had a decent QB when they picked Brady...so good things happen when you DON'T take the bone all the way down like a 2 bit floozy and tank too!

     
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    In response to UD6's comment:

    In response to raptor64d's comment:

    In response to cyncalpatfan's comment:

    In response to BabeParilli's comment:

    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     



    Mr. Parilli, would you please remind the rest of the class, in what round the Patriots found Tom Brady?



    We all know what round but he did say greatness can be seen quickly and BB saw that in Tom real fast after he started. Just saying.




    after he started?  So that means the draft pick as a 6th rounder was a crapshoot after all.



    Of course it's a crapshoot. But hey, a 6th rounder who played every bit as well as your high first rounder...not too shabby. In the end, it doesn't matter where picked. Unless you are a team that consistently misses in the 1st round on supposed franchise qb's. then there are issues.

     
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    In response to bigsmellybear's comment:

    In response to patriotrain's comment:

     

    In response to Patsfansince1966's comment:

    The problem is that the Bills haven't found a Tom Brady in ANY round, ever.

     




    bills had some great teams and were the class of the afc

     




    But since 1969 the Jets have basically SUCKED...right patriotrain...you have to agree with me with every fiber of your being, given the great patriot fan you claim to be...THE JETS SUCK...every day, every hour, every minute, every second...the Jets and every one of their deluded, demented fans...right patriotrain?...The entire board will have no choice but to interperet your lack of affirmative response as a complete affirmative response.. :)



    Ah, yes they do. And I would argue that they weren't so hot with Namath either. Personally, I think Namath is one of the most overrated qb's. hey, differ won 1 SB, why can't Joe?

     
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    THis thread is a Babe Parilli and alter ego trade off with Bustchise.   Clearly, nothing to see here for Pats fans.

     




    Clearly, this conversation is way over the head of a ninny like you. Some demented ramble about how the HOFer is the real problem is more your speed Megatool.

     
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    The Bills greatest years were with Kelly.

    The Dolphins greatest years were with Marino/Griese.

    The jets greatest years were with Namath.

     

    But they all get these stiffs and stick with them for years trying to figure out what the rest of the world knows long before; they don't have it.

    These are supposed to be great football people and they make the most obvious dumb choices one can imagine. The expect they are going to find an elite QB in the 2nd round or trade for something from somebody else's scrap heap. Did anybody with a brain think Sanchez was going to get good after 2010? Does anybody with a brain think that Tannehill is the next Montana fairly well into his second season? Did anybody with a brain think Holcomb, Losman, Fitzy or Manuel is going to bring the Bills to the promised land?

    Greatness shows itself pretty quickly in the NFL. These teams look in all the wrong places or wait too long to cut bait. There is no excuse for going well over a decade to find that solid franchise QB every team needs to get in the mix.

    You have to have one hell of a "rest of the team" to make up for a mediocre to worse QB in this league.

     

     




    Joe Namath was so over-rated --check out his QB stats? He made his name on the ONE SB that he predicted-- AKA ali--that's it--his stats were mediocre at best!!! Check it out for yourself--so tired of hearing how great this big mouth was - his acting career was horrid also-the guy could drink though!!!

     
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