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#26 CrazyCarl40

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 04:26 PM

Not true. But at the very least would you believe he is better than what we have?


What is not true about what I said? Campbell started in Washington and got a changeof scenery with the Raiders. His numbers are not good. He turns the ball over just as much as Sanchez and has been in the league twice as long as Sanchez. he is not better than what we have at QB #1. He would be better than QB#2.
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#27 BurnleyJet

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:10 PM

A bag of rocks is better than the Rams' receiving corps.


Perhaps we can trade them our "Star" Wide Receiver!
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:10 PM

What is not true about what I said? Campbell started in Washington and got a changeof scenery with the Raiders. His numbers are not good. He turns the ball over just as much as Sanchez and has been in the league twice as long as Sanchez. he is not better than what we have at QB #1. He would be better than QB#2.


Truth is all his time in Washington was spent changing HC and systems almost every year., Not an excuse a fact. He looked good and the Raiders where contending before he got hurt and fell off after Carson took over. Do you think if Sanchez got hurt at the same time and Carson came in would would have finished worse than we did? I don;t.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:19 PM

A QB who's head has been screwed enough the past couple of seasons by the Cowboys coaching staff and now the plan is to hand him over to Cavanaugh!

That should work A-OK!!!!!!
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:23 PM

Dallas is 15-1 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 pts or less with Romo.

Jets are 9-6 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 points or less with Sanchez. And that doesn't even count the 16-13 debacle vs Buffalo in '09.


So while Romo has choked plenty, let's put some perspective on which choking QB is less reliable when the rest of the team shows up to play.


That 9-6 record should make every Jets fan throw up.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:28 PM

Its alot easier to get open when the opposing D has to worry about Miles, Bryant, and Witten.

I'll take Blackmon or Floyd, Holmes, Keller with Romo.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:35 PM

What is not true about what I said? Campbell started in Washington and got a changeof scenery with the Raiders. His numbers are not good. He turns the ball over just as much as Sanchez and has been in the league twice as long as Sanchez. he is not better than what we have at QB #1. He would be better than QB#2.


Mark Sanchez is 50% more likely to throw an interception on any given pass. In his 3rd season Campbell led the NFL in lowest interception percentage (comparing 3rd year to 3rd year, Sanchez's interception rate was almost triple Campbell's).

He's also a 61% passer for his career. Sanchez once had a 61% mark through the first 5 games of a season.

They both fumble a lot (both of them about 2 fumbles every 3 games).

Campbell's no prize, but he does not turn the ball over just as much as Sanchez.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 05:38 PM

:face:

Romo's been a starter for six years and he's regressing.

Don't insult Eli like that.



let's see 31 td's 10 int. 4100 yds. 67% completion percentage. 102 qb rating. i'll take his regression over nacho libre anytime. i'm ready to pull a gil renard on rico suave so we can get a decent qb in here.

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 06:25 PM

let's see 31 td's 10 int. 4100 yds. 67% completion percentage. 102 qb rating. i'll take his regression over nacho libre anytime. i'm ready to pull a gil renard on rico suave so we can get a decent qb in here.


Where did I mention Sanchez?
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 06:48 PM

Pass.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 06:54 PM

Jason Campbell would be great with a change of scenery.


^ this
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 09:50 PM

I'll take Blackmon or Floyd, Holmes, Keller with Romo.


Sanu > Floyd.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 10:08 PM

What is not true about what I said? Campbell started in Washington and got a changeof scenery with the Raiders. His numbers are not good. He turns the ball over just as much as Sanchez and has been in the league twice as long as Sanchez. he is not better than what we have at QB #1. He would be better than QB#2.




IMO, if they bring in Campbell, he poses a major threat to Sanchez. Rex saw what he was doing for the Raiders last season and the temptation to have him game-manage the Sparano offense would be too much for Rex to resist. He's a mature, low-maintenance personality that--while not especially dynamic--will fit with the ground and pound we're destined to see.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 10:12 PM

And, if you have a chance to get Romo, you get Romo. He's a cock who worries way too much about where the cameras are, but his playmaking ability is undeniable. Dallas' defense was beyond putrid last season, but Romo really carried that team to several wins by himself.
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Posted 15 February 2012 - 11:27 PM

Dallas is 15-1 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 pts or less with Romo.

Jets are 9-6 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 points or less with Sanchez. And that doesn't even count the 16-13 debacle vs Buffalo in '09.


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Posted 15 February 2012 - 11:30 PM

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 11:32 PM

Dallas is 15-1 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 pts or less with Romo.

Jets are 9-6 when their defense (and special teams) surrenders 10 points or less with Sanchez. And that doesn't even count the 16-13 debacle vs Buffalo in '09.


So while Romo has choked plenty, let's put some perspective on which choking QB is less reliable when the rest of the team shows up to play.


That 9-6 record should make every Jets fan throw up.


BACK TO BACK AFCCG appearances! 4th quarter comebacks! Top 5 pick! 24 years old! 30+ TDs (rushing and passing) this past year!

Why take it towards this direction? *Shrugs*

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Posted 15 February 2012 - 11:51 PM

Seriously a difficult scenario if it would ever come to pass...watch many Cowboys games and live among the locals down here...Romo could be the worse choice to follow Sanchez and also the #1 QB who could thrive once he leaves Dallas. He just never had the confidence to "star" as the Cowboys QB. The expectations of the fan base expects a Staubach or Aikman while he performs more like Danny White.

With that said, Romo a stud QB who I expect will thrive in another setting. One poster mentioned Laurent Robinson and on that point Tony will make an average WR look golden. The guy can make all the throws and sometimes one too many but he competes.

The only hesitancy is the NY media and all that entails. Since the fumbled snap against Seattle the fans in Texas have been suspect on him and not sure how he would take playing in a tougher environment that is New York. Plus at some point he'd be limited by the antiquated offense we will get from Rex's G&P.

At this point I'd say pass. With that said he flourishes in a place like Tennessee.
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Posted 16 February 2012 - 02:06 AM

IMO, if they bring in Campbell, he poses a major threat to Sanchez. Rex saw what he was doing for the Raiders last season and the temptation to have him game-manage the Sparano offense would be too much for Rex to resist. He's a mature, low-maintenance personality that--while not especially dynamic--will fit with the ground and pound we're destined to see.


^Jackpot^
Hopefully our newly acquired WR coach is screaming this in Rex's ear!
His season ending injury may make him affordable and Sanchez might be dumb enough to convince that he is just being brought in to hold a clipboard. This way he can pout only after he loses his job.
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Posted 16 February 2012 - 03:31 AM

Romo is an elite quarterback.


haha, thats funny.
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 02:49 PM

SOOO....
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 02:55 PM

SOOO....


We could trade each for a scenery change...may help both players...I'd be in favor...Boys faithful very down on him...Jerry'd want a sweetener...
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 03:29 PM

Romo looks more and more like he'll never be anything but a compiler with each passing season. He either plays well for 3 quarters and implodes in the 4th, or the moment any pressure is on him to win a big game, he blows it.


This...with the talent that surrounds him, he should be way better than what he has shown. The guy has mental lapses all over the place...
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 03:36 PM

Parcells didn't have a Rex Ryan defense.


if this is a rex ryan defense i dont really want it
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Posted 30 October 2012 - 05:38 PM

Seriously a difficult scenario if it would ever come to pass...watch many Cowboys games and live among the locals down here...Romo could be the worse choice to follow Sanchez and also the #1 QB who could thrive once he leaves Dallas. He just never had the confidence to "star" as the Cowboys QB. The expectations of the fan base expects a Staubach or Aikman while he performs more like Danny White.

With that said, Romo a stud QB who I expect will thrive in another setting. One poster mentioned Laurent Robinson and on that point Tony will make an average WR look golden. The guy can make all the throws and sometimes one too many but he competes.

The only hesitancy is the NY media and all that entails. Since the fumbled snap against Seattle the fans in Texas have been suspect on him and not sure how he would take playing in a tougher environment that is New York. Plus at some point he'd be limited by the antiquated offense we will get from Rex's G&P.

At this point I'd say pass. With that said he flourishes in a place like Tennessee.

great post but I'd still take him on the jets if I were a fan.
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