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    Why not get Vince Young, he's better than Carr.

    I like Ryan P but he has no experience.

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    All-Pro Moke's Avatar
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    I rather have Carr than Vince Young

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    I'd rather have someone who knows the playbook
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    Vince Young is not smart enough to run this offense.

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    I cringe at the idea of Vince Young and option routes. Most of the success he has had in his career involved a top 5 running game.

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    Why? So he can beat out Eli Manning and show us how good we'd be with a real QB?

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    Thank goodness there are posters with more knowledge about the game of football.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RoanokeFan View Post
    I'd rather have someone who knows the playbook

    What is your obsession with the playbook? If that were the big deal, we would have Gilbride playing QB

    The way Eli bounces up, Perrilloux will have years to learn the playbook....then when called upon will have the talent, atheticism, and cajonnes to play the position......not run around out there like a headless chicken, that "knows the playbook"

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    Quote Originally Posted by BParcells777 View Post
    What is your obsession with the playbook? If that were the big deal, we would have Gilbride playing QB

    The way Eli bounces up, Perrilloux will have years to learn the playbook....then when called upon will have the talent, atheticism, and cajonnes to play the position......not run around out there like a headless chicken, that "knows the playbook"
    Knowing the playbook is important in any offense, but even more important in complex offenses like the Giants run. On almost any given play, the receivers have options in their route, they make decisions based on the coverage. This requires that the receivers and QB work well together and read the same things. One or the other being wrong, and you have potential disaster.

    I agree, Eli is a tough QB, but I still want a backup that can come in a continue where he left off...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BParcells777 View Post
    What is your obsession with the playbook? If that were the big deal, we would have Gilbride playing QB

    The way Eli bounces up, Perrilloux will have years to learn the playbook....then when called upon will have the talent, atheticism, and cajonnes to play the position......not run around out there like a headless chicken, that "knows the playbook"
    Cause knowing the playbook is very important. I remember at one time the Bills had a qb and he had a real bad game and he said the reason why he had a bad game was that he didn't study the playbook and the Bills got rid of his behind real fast.

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