Two First-Round Worthy Quarterbacks

November 21st, 2013

Former Bucs quarterback Shaun King knows a few things about his position. And quite a bit about the college game, serving as an NFL Draft guru for NBC Sports.

King was very direct when talking today on WDAE-AM 620 about the Bucs drafting a quarterback in 2014. King said he likes Mike Glennon but the Bucs absolutely should not pass on a chance to draft one of two QBs King deems worthy of a first-round pick: Teddy Bridgewater and Johnny Football.

Marcus Mariota of Oregon? King doesn’t see him as a “plug-and-play” guy.

One of three QBs to lead the Bucs to the NFC title game, King echoed a point Joe has made many times: It’s almost impossible to compete for a Super Bowl with the fourth best quarterback in your division.

The Bucs sit in that boat. Mike Glennon, clearly, is not better than Matt Ryan, Cam Newton or Drew Brees. And King doesn’t believe Glennon has a “ceiling” anywhere near the level of those guys.

So where might that leave the Bucs come May? (yes the NFL Draft is in May next year.) As Joe’s written previously, Joe’s all in favor of the Bucs drafting a QB in the first round, Glennon thriving or not.

82 Responses to “Two First-Round Worthy Quarterbacks”

  1. []_[]Buc Says:

    Bwahahaha nice one Joe

    Clever way to keep the Manziel subliminal messages going.

    I predict Glennon takes off and we don’t end up drafting a QB first after all.

    Besides we don’t need a boy (Manziel) coming in here to try and lead our men.

  2. Mike Says:

    Joe, I love your site, but please don’t do that again! Glennon has been a breath of fresh air and is holding his own! And why listen to Mr King? Who only bashes our team? I thought he sucked then as much as he sucks now!

  3. Mike Says:

    Agree in full Buc

  4. The_Buc_Realist Says:

    Joe, any truth to the rumor that will rent Billboards in the Tampa Bay area that read “Draft Johnny Football Now!” once the season is over

  5. Couch Fan Says:

    I disagree. I believe you can win with the 4th best QB in your division. As long as that QB doesn’t suck. Glennon has proven so far that he can be very good and keeps getting better.

    Joe was telling us that we were crazy for wanting to draft Tayvon Austin last year because we didn’t need him and he was to small…. but now your wanting to draft a small QB when we dont need him. Lol

  6. Patrick in VA Says:

    Glennon is only showing more promise as the coaches loosen the leash more every week. The pass rush is showing more promise as the coaches loosen the leash. Let’s make draft predictions toward the end of the season after the coaches get out of the team’s way

  7. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    If we took King’s advice, we would have tied up a bunch of money on a long-term contract with Freeman.

    “Shaun King, one of two Buc Quarterbacks that lost a NFC Championship Game when his defense gave up 11 or fewer points.”

    As far as drafting a QB in the first round….I disagree…I think we will end up with the 5th or 6th pick… we won’t have a shot at Bridgewater or Mariota….We should use our pick to draft a OT or WR or trade down somewhat to pick up another 2nd round pick….at the top of round 2 we will probably have a choice of Murray, Mettenberger or McCarron….one of them can serve as competition and backup to Glennon.
    I think the jury is still out on just how good Glennon may become…afterall…he is a rookie and his body of work is limited thus far.
    Lets get him a slot reciever and a TE.

  8. Scotty in Fat Antonio Says:

    Draft OL…OL…OL, DL…DL…DL…and CB…CB…CB

  9. Bucsfanman Says:

    Right now Glennon is 4th best. He’s been improving though, you can see that. I just hate the idea of drafting ANOTHER QB. Neither Manziel nor Bridgewater have proven a darn thing in the NFL. Yeah they’re fun to watch, but will they pan out. We don’t have another 3-5 years to find out.
    Let me step back for a second…IF Glennon is successful, wouldn’t it be more prudent to find a decent veteran back-up and use the draft pick to “stock the shelves” so to speak? Let’s give the kid a chance. I’d say, so far, he’s earned it.

  10. []_[]Buc Says:

    Not to mention Clowney and McCoy on the same line would be devastating for opposing QB’s.


  11. TrueBlue Says:

    Joe: “Mike Glennon, clearly, is not better than Matt Ryan, Cam Newton or Drew Brees.”

    He was last week. It’s just one game, but it’s surely a step in the right direction.

  12. Warrenfb12 Says:

    It’s going to be tough the justify ditching the OROY.

  13. flmike, is back... Says:

    Good Lord…

    Johnny “Bust” Manziel much like Timmy “Bust” Tebow, Akeelie “Bust” Smith, Tim “Bust” Couch, Ryan “Bust” Leaf, JaMarcus “Bust” Russell, and every other GREAT COLLEGE QB who ever busted out of the NFL all have the same thing in common, they were/are all great “COLLEGE QBs”, not “PRO QBs”, but “COLLEGE QBs”. Two very very different games.

  14. Biff Barker Says:

    What a coincidence! King was always the worst QB in our division too!

  15. Harry Says:

    For those of you who think we should draft a DE or OT, or whatever with that top 5 pick:

    “King echoed a point Joe has made many times: It’s almost impossible to compete for a Super Bowl with the fourth best quarterback in your division.”

    Amen brother!!

  16. Patrick in VA Says:

    How about we trade back for a spot to have a solid backup for the half of the season that goldson is going to be suspended every year

  17. Harry Says:

    Wow, not one of you agrees! Look, if Glennon maintains status-quo, just stays as he is now, then we can draft a potentially elite QB with the top 5 pick AND trade Glennon for a low 1st Rd and get your DE, OT, whatever. I am amazed none of you see the value in drafting a QB

  18. Brian Jones Says:

    The temptation may be there, but I do not see coach taking a QB in the first round. Now if coach is not here, the situation could very likely change.

  19. []_[]Buc Says:

    If he continues to progress his comparison to the other QB’s in our division is irrelevant.

    That has no impact on anything.

  20. Patrick in VA Says:

    @Harry, why would we jump ship on the qb we have when we don’t even know what we have yet? We’ve seen what glennon can do in the NFL and he’s getting better every week. The college qbs haven’t done a thing on the NFL yet

  21. Alex Says:

    Why draft a quarterback?! If we can win a super bowl with brad johnson i think we can win one, or at least make the playoffs, with glennon. Why not draft a pass rusher to help out mccoy? or maybe ad depth to an aging O-line? Maybe a slot WR? QB is far down on the list for our NEEDS…

  22. BucsfaninChina Says:

    Well if Shaun King says it, it’s gotta be true.

  23. Couch Fan Says:

    For those of you who think we should draft a DE or OT, or whatever with that top 5 pick:

    “King echoed a point Joe has made many times: It’s almost impossible to compete for a Super Bowl with the fourth best quarterback in your division.”

    Amen brother!!


    Joe and King have both been proven wrong many many times. And this will be just another example of that.

  24. Luther Says:

    We must draft a QB. If Glennon still holds on to his job, great but to have a chance at a possible franchise guy and not pull the trigger??? unacceptable. Green Bay had that chance and look where they are now.

  25. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    I could care less about Johnny “Ryan Leaf” Manziel. I’ll take Bridgewater if we are in position to get him.

    And as far as neither of them proven anything in the nfl or them being too young, that is just stupid because Glennon falls into the same category.

    And Joe is 1000% right. You cannot win a superbowl with the 4th best QB in the division. Are you people so out of touch with the new nfl?

    High scores are the name of this game now and defense is being thrown out the window more and more each year. Recievers can now intentionally initiate helmet to helmet contact in order to get first downs. QBs just have to fake being dazed and refs throw flags on defenses.

    The days when an average QB can be enough are gone. It’s time you guys woke up.

  26. bucrightoff Says:

    The guy who thought (and probably still does think) we should have given Josh Freeman a franchise QB extension should never, ever, ever speak of QBs again.

  27. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    And run first offenses only work against bad teams when it comes to winning. Note…if you need trick plays to win, you are not a good team.

  28. Alex Says:

    Who cares if Glennon isnt better than Brees and Ryan? Do the saints or falcons have regis, goldson, david, and mccoy on defense? Two parts of a football team… We won a superbowl with brad johnson for gods sake…

  29. Patrick in VA Says:

    If we trade back and use a late first round pick or a second round pick on a highly touted qb i’m cool with that if it means it comes packaged with another high pick to improve another need. Would feel even better about filling two legitimate needs with and leaving the qb position alone in the draft and bring in a free agent to compete

  30. MadMax Says:

    So QB is “most value” even if Glennon continues to thrive? Oh, thats right, you wanted to extend Gosh!!!

    Come on Joe!!!!!!! Ive been telling you to give the kid some time and he’s been progressing. Still a rookie right?

  31. Buc1987 Says:

    “Joe’s all in favor of the Bucs drafting a QB in the first round, Glennon thriving or not.”

    Joe’s also in favor of drafting an O-lineman with the 1st pick and trading back up to get a QB. Let’s not forget that Joe. Bang the drum Joe.

    “This is why Joe is banging the drum — and will bang on the drum until the NFL draft comes next spring — that the Bucs need Texas A&M hulk of an offensive tackle Jake Matthews. This offensive line desperately needs fresh blood.” –Joe

    This is just one instance where JOE said that the Bucs should NOT draft a QB with their top pick.

  32. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Couch Fan Says
    “Joe and King have both been proven wrong many many times. And this will be just another example of that.”

    Umm. So have you, me and everyone else. Granted, King is a twit, but even a broken clock is right twice a day.

    J look at it like this…Glennon could be the next Tom Brady or Peyton Manning or Drew Brees. OR he could be the next Sean King, who looked good at first and sucked from then on.

    I bet everyone here would have loved to have a first round QB waiting in the wings in King’s second year.

  33. THETRUTH Says:


    Teddy or Johnny on this team, they would still be the 4th best QB in the division!!!! duh

    I want to see Teddy put his college team on his back and win a game against a real opponent. Not these weak teams he faces, who by the way still struggles at times with.
    Johnny has proven he can carry his team against the big boys but he just cant carry himself the right way.

    Get Clowny and stick with Glennon he has shown he much better than out draft guru KING.

  34. Couch Fan Says:

    Again, winning with the 4th best QB in the division is entirerly possible as long as that QB isnt horrible and the rest of the team is good.

    Funny how with a certain 1st round QB we had that delivered poor performance after poor performance, some was saying he was good enough and we shouldnt and didn’t need to draft another QB. Now those same people are watching a QB develop in front of our eyes and have changed their story completly about drafting QBs.

    Odd how that works.

  35. []_[]Buc Says:

    Besides none of you have the ability to see into the future to see what Glennon may or may not become.

    No one knows what his ceiling is or isn’t.

    It is way to early to make that call.

    Right now he’s a rookie and he’s pretty damn good for a rookie.

    Right now because of where they are all at experience/career wise of course he’s the fourth best but given more time that may very well change.

    Besides I an certain many teams have won in the past that do not boast the best QB in their division.

    And at the very least it’s very likely that Glennon has the potential be better than fourth in this division that might I add probably boasts the best players collectively at their position in the NFL.

  36. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    MadMax Says: November 21st, 2013 at 1:59 pm
    “So QB is “most value” even if Glennon continues to thrive?”

    Yes. Just ask the Packers, who have done it multiple times and not only ended up with TWO elite qbs but also traded for good picks in the process.

  37. Bucfan#37 Says:

    I saw King on tv recently, man he is pushing a fifth of a ton. No credibility in my book. I’m surprised those fat stubby little hands could even grip a football.

  38. bucrightoff Says:

    Drafting a QB in the first round if Glennon keeps up or even improves his level of play is simply horrible asset management. You cannot say otherwise. 1st round picks are one of, if not the single biggest asset in the NFL right now. To draft a player who might be a 10% improvement on Glennon is horrible, horrible value. The Bucs need several pass rushers who would be a 50-100% improvement over what we have. Thats good asset management.

  39. Tim Says:

    By default Glennon is the 3rd best QB in our division, I know Mr. Newton is listed as a QB. If you look at his stats he more of a glorified #2 running back. Second on your team in rushing yds and attempts with an avg. of about 20 passes a game, does not qualify you as a good QB in my book.

    Don’t get me wrong Cam is one hell of an athlete, but that style of QB will never win you a super bowl.

  40. Couch Fan Says:


    Or another WR or TE to add to this offense that needs a good one in the worst way.

  41. Nobleskid Says:

    Drafing Manziel would still leave us with the 4th best QB in the division, in addition to a circus surrounding “Johnny Football” and his immaturity…and much regret.

  42. Macabee Says:

    Sunday’s game will help answer this question. This could be the first real test of Glennon’s franchise potential. If the Bucs are going to beat the Lions, it will have to be through the air and on the arm of Glennon. He looked good last week, but he had Rainey’s 30 carries and 163 yards to lean on.

    The Lions have the fifth-ranked rush defense in the league, allowing only 94.6 yards per game. On the other hand, their 30th-ranked pass defense allows 283.8/yards per game. Against Detroit, it will likely come down to Glennon’s ability to make plays to win the game. Good luck kid!

  43. d-money Says:

    I typed a similar post before and for some reason it didnt save so if this is redundant I apologize.

    Why do we automatically assume that Glennon will stay the 4th best QB in the division? I’d argue that for the last 3 weeks at least he has been playing at a much higher level than Matt Ryan.

    He is a rookie QB and has thrown 11 td’s and 4 int’s in 7 games…and completed 62% of his passes on a dreadful team. I doubt there are many QB’s with numbers like that in their 1st 7 games.

    He has’t done anything to make me think he can’t be as good as those guys.

    Drew Brees being the exception, It isn’t fair to Glennon or any other young QB to compare him guys like Bree’s, Manning and Brady.

  44. stevek Says:

    Glennon is going to be our Franchise QB.

    Just sit back and enjoy the ride, everyone.

  45. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    Who is to say that McCarron, Mettenberger or Murray Boyd or Hundley aren’t as potential NFL QBs as Bridegwater, Mariota, Manziel or Carr (I believe will go in 1st round)
    If Glennon progresses, we would be foolish to use our first pick on a QB….if the opportunity arises….trede the pick…pick up another 2nd rounder and draft a good QB there.
    I would rather see us pick up a good Veteran backup in FA and use our picks to buy some weapons…..two players that will be available at # 6 (my prediction) are OT Mattews & WR Watkins.

  46. Patrick in VA Says:

    Would love to see another talented wr brought in to compliment jax and will. That’s assuming nicks is finally healthy after this off season. If not then we need to find a top rated lineman

  47. Que589 Says:

    The more I think about it, Bridgewater, Mariota and Manziel will not be on the board when we pick anyway

  48. nate Says:

    No we draft clowney the guy is the best damn football player in college.. just wait if he lines up next to mccoy.. teams run 95 percent of there plays away from him now.. put revis on that side as well… our defense would be amazing…

  49. ander Says:

    @nate. totallly agree with you.

  50. ander Says:

    this is coming from the same guy that said we shouldve gave freeman a 5 year extension?? lol fat burger king is always critizing the bucs. i was kinda happy he wasnt at the warren sapp parade on monday night football.

  51. Hesson0208 Says:

    As of right now, Glennon is the people’s choice to lead this team bcuz he’s earned it by being so solid. I think we can definitely win the superbowl with the smartest and most aware QB in our division, which Glennon truly has the potential to be. We’ll have to see how it plays out, but right now I feel safer and more secure with Glennon leading the ship than I would feel with any of the unknowns.

  52. Buc1987 Says:

    “Winnin with Glennon”

  53. McBuc Says:

    If you had to have the best QB to win a Super Bowl Brees, Manning, Rodgers, and Brady would have a boat load of rings.

  54. passthebuc Says:

    That is the same King that was continuously ga-ga over Freeman. Point is that no one knows the potential upside for Glennon. If I had the chance to draft one of the two mentioned by King, I would trade for the potential to draft a stud end or corner and, draft picks. Your QB is only as good as the supporting cast. Tell King to buy a club and make all the choices he wishes.

  55. johnny Says:

    Draft Johnny or Teddy and you still have the 4th best QB in the Division .

  56. Touchdown Gus Says:

    The way King words it is silly. Non of the quarterbacks in this draft is better than the other 3 qbs in our division…… So we would be in the same spot with an unknown commodity. Why not go for the best defense or offensive line or receiving core in the division( already close)

  57. Biff Barker Says:

    Wow, we just unload a first round turd who wouldn’t develop and set the franchise back for years, draft a third round “wasted pick” who is actually developing well (gasp, the Bucs are?) and now Joe is screaming for another immature kid, “a sure thing” who sleeps through football camp.
    Sorry Joe, you were wrong about Glennon (remember both Duemeg and yourself laughing at the Glennon mob?) and wrong about Manziel.
    If Glennon and the Bucs finish strong, go BPA and leverage the pick if its a QB.
    If we tank, let the new guy draft his QB.

  58. Matthew Says:

    I hope Glennon progresses into an elite QB but man is it funny to see how quickly Bucs fans take the last game and exaggerate (good/bad). Glennon’s last game vs a terrible Falcons team was his first legit “Good Game” from start to finish as a pro NFL QB. I hope he can continue to build on that, but to insist that we’ve found our savior at QB and to ignore possibly picking up more talent at that spot in the draft is naïve. Glennon prior to last week’s game was a sub-60% passer, and had only completed one ball over 40 yards a circus catch against this same Atlanta team. Let’s let the season play out and see if he can get better but to name him our franchise guy after a single good game is crazy…one or two games does not make you a elite franchise guy. Anyone remember Matt Flynn and his 400 yard performance? How’d that turn out?

  59. Splengo Says:

    Try as you might, but nobody can answer this question until Schiano’s fate is decided! First things first!

  60. TwerkMeMiley Says:

    I am willing to be that Glennon’s first year turns out to be as good as or better than the first full year of Brees, Newton, or Ryan.

  61. Matthew Says:

    Twerk you might want to recant that statement about Cam, and maybe even Matt Ryan, he’s got a shot to be Matt Ryan & Brees rookie years if he keeps playing well sans the playoff berth for Ryan. If he stays on pace he could match Ryan for his rookie year but no where near Cam.

    Rookie Years:

    Cam Newton
    60% 4,051 yards 7.84 an attempt 21 TDs 17 INts QB Rating 84.5, 706 Rushing Yards at 5.6 a carry and 14 TDs for 35 total TDs

    Matt Ryan
    61.1% 3,440 yards 16TDs 11INTs QB Rating 87.7 & a playoff berth

    60% 3284, 17TDs 16INTs QB Ratings 76.9 (In a different era of the league before new rules)

  62. Touchdown Gus Says:

    The gameplan is simple. If Glennon plays lights out and the team wins then screw quarterback bpa draft a qb in the late rounds(still need a back up) If Glennon plays bad, and the team wins bpa 1st round and get a qb in the second. If the team bombs and Glennon bombs new coach and new qb with the first or second pick. It’s that simple people. We have to see what happens with the rest of the season

  63. Rob Says:

    Please stop pushing this Johnny Manziel nonsense. He’s a train wreck in the making.

  64. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    Biff Barker Says
    “Wow, we just unload a first round turd who wouldn’t develop and set the franchise back for years, draft a third round “wasted pick” who is actually developing well…”

    Have you considered that you are suggesting we are repeating history by putting all faith in ONE QB? Just as we did with Freeman?

    Drafting another QB is wisdom. Two chances are better than one.

    And anyway…the only reason you guys are against it is because the Bucs won two games straight. Everyone will turn on Glennon when he loses two in a row again.

    This kid proven nothing yet. If he wins out…well thats diff but that won’t happen.

  65. dan Says:

    He was better than Ryan this week!

  66. oldfart44 Says:

    Let’s say that Glennon is playing okay presently. What happens next year? Look at RG3 and Kaepernik who are having off years probably because the DCs have figured them out.

    In addition, is Manziel a Schiano man? Will he keep his toes on the line? I think he likes Glennon because he can control him; in my estimation he is only a caretaker QB with a defense that is lights out in order for the Bucs to win.

    Let’s see what happens by the end of the year. Hopefully, Schiano will be fired.

  67. BuccaneerBonzai Says:

    oldfart, that is why I think Bridgewater is the way to go. Johnny doesn’t have what it takes to stand up to Tampa fans…or the cops.

  68. Buc1987 Says:

    Hopefully they keep winning and Schiano won’t be fired. If they keep winning the Bucs will be nowhere near high enough in the draft to even get Manziel or Bridgewater. So all this, can we get a top QB early in the draft talk is way too early right now. If they go 6-10 Schiano will stay and Bridgewater and Manziel won’t even be on the board when the pick. Too many if’s right now to even be discussing who they should take.

  69. Jordan Says:

    There is a difference between creating positional competition and positional controversy. Didn’t Bucs fans just experience this first hand with Glennon and Freeman? The coach may decide that he wants competition, but the media will decide if there is a “QB Controversy”. You are absolutely foolish if you believe a media storm wouldn’t engulf One Buc if we select a QB earlier than the 4th round.

  70. []_[]Buc Says:

    No, at this point in Glennon’s career it is more about his progress than anything.

    Glennon can still show progression regardless of whether he picks up wins or losses “this season”.

    That’s how it usually works for a rookie.

    And Freeman wasn’t turned on.

    He was given ample opportunity and lost it all on his own.

  71. Biff Barker Says:

    Bonsai says,

    “Have you considered that you are suggesting we are repeating history by putting all faith in ONE QB? Just as we did with Freeman? Drafting another QB is wisdom?”

    Umm, no. But hey, all the Free water boys called Glennon a wasted pick last April.
    But now that Glennon is progressing at a rate Freeman never could we need two QB’s? That was never a concern before….Truth is the backup QB is traditionally a veteran and not a prospect.
    So the J Pusswah Freeman crowd like Shaun King, who was just recently clamoring to extend him, has already defined Glennon’s ceiling?
    It ‘s laughable how we are all supposed to continue to listen to the nonsense. King, Duemeg, JBF and yourself Bonsai have been flat out wrong on this.

  72. Touchdown Gus Says:

    If Bridgewater is available when we pick. I don’t care how the rest of the season goes he has to be the pick unless he has an injury. He would honestly be the BPA pick!

  73. dee Says:

    I would take sammy watkins in the first round think about it v-jax mike will martin sammy watkins wow good luck nfc south.

  74. Upgrayyed Says:

    I seriously dont get the Joe’s obsession with Manziel. Either theyre doin it for the hits, or one of them has a serious boy-crush on the kid. The pressure that comes with being an NFL franchise QB will get to him before the season starts.

    Is it really that hard to get. He’s Johnny Football!–Joe

    As far as you guys justifying keeping Glennon as the starter because “we won a Superbowl with Brad Johnson”, well, Johnson had one of the Top 5 defenses of all time. Trent Dilfer won a Super Bowl with one of the Top 5 defenses of all time.

    Glennon cant throw a 20+ yard pass to save his life. Like Dilfer, his favorite targets are RBs/FBs in the flat…… If Dilfer & a Giraffe had a lovechild, that child would be Mike Glennon.

  75. WinterSpringsBucsFan Says:

    I would like to see Glennon continue to grow this year and let him compete for the start against a good veteran.

  76. All Aboard the Mike Glennon Hype Train! Analyzing The Opinions of the Buccaneers' Quarterback from Around the Web - The Pewter Plank - A Tampa Bay Buccaneers Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more. Says:

    […] Then comes the other side of the same argument, from former Tampa Bay quarterback and current football pundit Shaun King. He told local radio that Glennon doesn’t have a high ceiling, and that the Buccaneers should look to draft a replacement (thanks to JoeBucsFan for the story). […]

  77. WalkdaPlank Says:

    Still no love for Aaron Murray? Smh.

  78. Bobby Says:

    This is ridiculous. If Glennon were a first round pick and had the stats he has right now we would all be thrilled and saying how smart Dom was for passing on Geno and E.J. As far as being the 4th best QB in our division….I disagree. His numbers are comparable to Newton’s and Ryan’s right now, maybe a little better. He’s not a runner like Cam but let’s face it….it’s Carolina’s defense that has them where they are at and it will be our defense that does the same thing. It would be like saying we couldn’t win a super bowl with Brad Johnson.
    By Joe’s logic the Atlanta Falcon’s should have won the division with Michael Vick in 2002. We don’t need Tom Brady to win a Super bowl. If that were the case Joe Flacco would not have a ring and neither would Eli Manning. NO QB IN ROUND ONE….PERIOD!!!!!!

  79. Bobby Says:

    Didn’t RGIII go #2 in the draft?? Well, check this link out.

  80. louden Says:

    Many good posts here. I say, look at positions that could need a upgrade (at season end we will know how much of a priority QB is): OL, TE, WR, DL, CB, Saftety(?, could do for a monster nickel package 🙂 ) and then take the best player available. But i like the idea of drafting QB REGARDLES if we realy need a new starter(when doing so, then not in the 1st round, take “risky” guy like Mariota in the 2nd to 4th – although in the right system, like with Greg Roman, i wouldn´t call him risky.. he would be dangerous 😉 ). As some said with reference to GreenBay, San Fran…

  81. Architek Says:

    I don’t agree with this sediment of categorizing divisional QBs – they all have flaws and weaknesses. Cam Newton is ok, Matt Ryan is overhype, and Brees is great but that’s it.

    Not sure I follow this approach.

  82. Buc1987 Says:

    So Shaun King is a QB talent evaluator on how high a ceiling Glennon has after a few games. That’s HILARIOUS! Shaun King should take up being a stand up comedian.