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    Ryan Nassib passes for 470 yards

    http://www.cbssports.com/collegefoot...-school-record

    I've been following this guy for a few years, as a syracuse fan, and I have to say he's one of the most underrated college qb's. I'd love for the giants to draft Nassib next year and groom him under eli. It's time to get a young QB as our backup anyway. This guy has all of the tools to succeed in the NFL and he'll be a steal, granted his stock doesn't go up. He's also plays in NY, gotta love that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigg Bluee View Post
    http://www.cbssports.com/collegefoot...-school-record

    I've been following this guy for a few years, as a syracuse fan, and I have to say he's one of the most underrated college qb's. I'd love for the giants to draft Nassib next year and groom him under eli. It's time to get a young QB as our backup anyway. This guy has all of the tools to succeed in the NFL and he'll be a steal, granted his stock doesn't go up. He's also plays in NY, gotta love that.
    Most people I talk to have him hanging around the Top 10 -15 and thats about right I think.

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    It's too soon to start grooming a QB behind Eli

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    I'm going to Bump this, just because Nassib is quickly climbing draft boards. He's now considered a top ten prospect, and might go in the first round, but probably in the 2nd or 3rd. It's never too soon to groom a qb behind eli. If we can grab him in the third I'd be ecstatic. I see all of these teams losing because they don't have a franchise qb they groomed...don't want that to be us one day.
    Last edited by Bigg Bluee; 11-16-2012 at 05:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigg Bluee View Post
    It's never too soon to groom a qb behind eli.
    But it is, figure Eli will play for at least 5 more seasons, that makes Nassib at least age 27 by the time he takes over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slipknottin View Post
    But it is, figure Eli will play for at least 5 more seasons, that makes Nassib at least age 27 by the time he takes over.
    Not 2 late to groom a guy taken later then the 5th round but a 2nd 3rd rd QB no way. People flipped over the 5th rounder that went for Sage now we r using a top of the money picks on a QB who wont play for maybe 5 seasons. How versed these guys are now in passing offenses the learning curve isnt as steep anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redeyejedi View Post
    Not 2 late to groom a guy taken later then the 5th round but a 2nd 3rd rd QB no way. People flipped over the 5th rounder that went for Sage now we r using a top of the money picks on a QB who wont play for maybe 5 seasons. How versed these guys are now in passing offenses the learning curve isnt as steep anymore
    The problem is how many QBs taken after round 2 are good starters? Brady is really it. Every other QB is a first or second rounder. And even quality 2nd round starters are rare

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    i think it a good idea to draft a Qb for the future. David Carr is a solid backup but need insurance. Eli should play 5 years but year 3 need someone to be competitive to keep him sharp. If not this year than definitely next.

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    Bump

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    Good call Bigg...Been following RN at SU too...live in SYR....but this one caught me by surprise. I fully expected Marrone to eventually draft him in later rounds,
    And now, in the interest of equal time, here is a message from the National Institute of Pancakes: It reads, and I quote, **** waffles.......G Carlin

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