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Is there any level of curiosity/excitement about Siemien?

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Watching McCown and Fitzpatrick play out the string the last three years was brutal. I’m happy to have a guy with a little upside this time around. 

It’s rare that a 7th round pick with an undistinguished college career starts as many games as Trevor has at such a young age. 

Am I expecting much? No, but if he plays well he’s going to open some eyes across the league. It’s a tremendous opportunity for him, and I hope he is successful. 

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He’s a hold the fort kind of guy. Excitement no, most of the board including myself think the season is pretty much over. 

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Wasn't impressed with Siemian in camp/pre-season, he was efficient
but it seemed like he was always coming up short on 3rd downs.  Was
that because he was playing with the 2's/3's and they weren't aware
of the marker?  Siemian is a functional backup, the question is now
playing with the 1's can he raise his level and keep the season alive?

- The OLine "should" be better than game one

- He has Bell to lead the running game

- A productive running game should open up play action.  Where he should
be able to get the ball to Anderson, Crowder and Thomas

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He’s a jag and can hold the fort but obviously I want to see the progression of Darnold since he’s the future. I’m more bummed about Mosley and Q being out. 

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This thread title reads quite differently with blurry eyes right out of bed.

I thought someone was coming out of the closet.

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I am hopeful that he is competent enough to make a couple of plays and get us a win. If he plays well maybe he becomes good trade bait.

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After watching the awful qb play week 1, yes I am excited for Simien.  At least he will throw it more then 3 yards down the field.

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Just now, Joe W. Namath said:

After watching the awful qb play week 1, yes I am excited for Simien.  At least he will throw it more then 3 yards down the field.

Must be exhausting being you. 

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Less than zero 

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5 hours ago, GeraldSowell33 said:

Is there any level of curiosity/excitement about Siemien?

For me, no, there is not.  

I am not curious, because I believe I have a good idea who and what he is already.

I am not excited because I do not believe we will win any games under his leadership.

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2 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

Of course he could be our next franchise QB. 

Next implies we've had previous franchise QB's.  We haven't.  Darnold could become one, no one previous was that level of quality.

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Just now, Warfish said:

Next implies we've had previous franchise QB's.  We haven't.  Darnold could become one, no one previous was that level of quality.

Joe Namath 

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He drove me nuts in preseason throwing simple outs 3 yards off & those are the plays he has to make on MNF to move the chains & shorten this game. 

My biggest concern is our weak azz Oline. Outside of KO, it seems everyone else can get bullrushed right to the QB & they get zero push in the rungame. If that happens early & we punt 7 times in the 1st half, they need to pull out the old tapes of Don Meredith singing Turn out the lights, the Parties over. 

Because outside of Cleveland TVs will be turned off or channels changed by halftime. 

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19 minutes ago, joewilly12 said:

Of course he could be our next franchise QB. 

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No

He is what he is.

A decent backup who can manage a game somewhat effectively.

No reason to be anymore excited than if we had someone like Brian Hoyer taking snaps.

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1 hour ago, Joe W. Namath said:

After watching the awful qb play week 1, yes I am excited for Simien.  At least he will throw it more then 3 yards down the field.

Kinda feel that way about your posting. 

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1 hour ago, Joe W. Namath said:

After watching the awful qb play week 1, yes I am excited for Simien.  At least he will throw it more then 3 yards down the field.

Throw it down field more based on what

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1 hour ago, joewilly12 said:

Joe Namath 

Chad pre injuries. And O'Brien with an offensive line.

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All you have to do is read this board for about 10 minutes to know there is an over whelming presence of Semien-curious dudes here.

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If we can split the next two games with him then he did his job.  A backup QB is supposed to hold down the fort.  

He isn’t a terrible QB but isn’t great either.  I’m more comfortable watching him than McCown or Fitzpatrick.  

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2 hours ago, Mike135 said:

This thread title reads quite differently with blurry eyes right out of bed.

I thought someone was coming out of the closet.

Yep, I thought bicurious discussions were in full effect.

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For those of you who aren't pumped up, here's a little Trevor Siemian highlight reel to whet your appetite. Please note the potent Siemian - Thomas connection.

 

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No

just look competent and professional don’t be a joke 

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He’s had some ups and downs in his career. At this point he’s at least as good as Sam. So I don’t think it will impact the offense that much. Guess we’ll find out soon enough.

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If he were any good he would be starting somewhere. Oh wait...........

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Im hoping like hell Trevor Siemian lights it up and throws 6 TD passes against the Browns and we win the damn game!

Hoping like hell this isn't Rick Mirer II 

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