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9 minutes ago, jetstream23 said:

 

Stafford, after showing he still clearly has it, is going no where. Matt Ryan and McCoy? Might as well throw Flacco back in there. 

Brady? Seriously? Winston is the only realistic one. 

Reality is - No back up QB is coming in, WEEK 2 of the season, and doing anything special for this team.

 

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Just now, Zachtomims47 said:

Stafford, after showing he still clearly has it, is going no where. Matt Ryan and McCoy? Might as well throw Flacco back in there. 

Brady? Seriously? Winston is the only realistic one. 

Reality is - No back up QB is coming in, WEEK 2 of the season, and doing anything special for this team.

 

Who takes the blame for Wilson being the backup? Woody or Douglas?

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Just now, Zachtomims47 said:

Stafford, after showing he still clearly has it, is going no where. Matt Ryan and McCoy? Might as well throw Flacco back in there. 

Brady? Seriously? Winston is the only realistic one. 

Reality is - No back up QB is coming in, WEEK 2 of the season, and doing anything special for this team.

 

Agreed , Winston is the guy to get , maybe we get lucky with him . Wentz seems hated a bit for whatever reason . Anyone bringing up Brady is not a serious person . 

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2 minutes ago, Zachtomims47 said:

Stafford, after showing he still clearly has it, is going no where. Matt Ryan and McCoy? Might as well throw Flacco back in there. 

Brady? Seriously? Winston is the only realistic one. 

Reality is - No back up QB is coming in, WEEK 2 of the season, and doing anything special for this team.

 

We don't need special.  We need marginal. 

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2 minutes ago, Zachtomims47 said:

I'm not blaming anyone. There's no good plan B when your star QB goes down week 2. None. 

 

He’s 40 years old. Plenty knew this was a possibility. Keeping Zach (and company) happy always had the possibility of blowing up in their faces. 

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Just now, Matt39 said:

Matt Barkley I think?

Nah, Kyle Allen.

Our Superbowl dream is realistically over today, as it was for Miami last year when Tua went out. And would be for the Bills if they lost Josh Allen. Kyle Allen is 7-12 as a starter. 

There isn't 32 reliable QBs in the League, that a team can carry a good back-up. 

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3 minutes ago, BigRy56 said:

There are no reinforcements coming. You don’t get starting QBs the day after week 1 ended. Zach is the QB of the NY Jets. I would take a look at Jameis Winston, if anything 

What is a starting QB?  You don't get good QBs the day after week 1 ended.  Guys that can start on this team?  GIve the reins to a squid like Josh Johnson or a young dude like the 49ers did with Purdy and we are probably not worse off if they are our "starters." 

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5 minutes ago, BigRy56 said:

There are no reinforcements coming. You don’t get starting QBs the day after week 1 ended. Zach is the QB of the NY Jets. I would take a look at Jameis Winston, if anything 

Right. But the move was to move on from Zach after last seasons debacle. Gaslighting us into believing he has talent or has turned a corner was nonsense. His family’s business relationship with Woody has kept him on the roster. When you run the team this way there’s always a chance it blows up. Dalton could have been signed this off-season. 

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1 minute ago, FidelioJet said:

Not sure why that's a question.  They won with the one they had last night.

Now they can adapt and find someone to play out the season...

Running the wildcat with Hall, Cook and Carter would be a better option than having Wilson drop back. 

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3 minutes ago, K_O_Brien said:

Nah, Kyle Allen.

Our Superbowl dream is realistically over today, as it was for Miami last year when Tua went out. And would be for the Bills if they lost Josh Allen. Kyle Allen is 7-12 as a starter. 

There isn't 32 reliable QBs in the League, that a team can carry a good back-up. 

Josh Allen has never missed a game. Completely different scenarios. Rodgers is 40, has an injury history, and frankly looked brittle as it is.

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