View Poll Results: Would you trade Sam Bradford for any of the QBs listed?

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  • Colin Kaepernick (#11)

    8 14.81%
  • Russell Wilson (#12)

    6 11.11%
  • Robert Griffin III (#13)

    8 14.81%
  • Jay Cutler (#14)

    1 1.85%
  • Tony Romo (#15)

    0 0%
  • Matthew Stafford (#16)

    6 11.11%
  • Philip Rivers (#17)

    2 3.70%
  • Cam Newton (#18)

    3 5.56%
  • Andy Dalton (#19)

    2 3.70%
  • Alex Smith (#20)

    1 1.85%
  • I would not trade Sam for any of these QBs.

    34 62.96%
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    The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Part 1 was a landslide. The board agrees that Sam was not rated to highly, and that he should be ahead of Josh Freeman (the one player listed in Part 1 who was ranked above Sam in Jaws' rankings).

    So, now's where it should get interesting. The next ten QBs are those ranked at #s 11-20 by Jaworski.

    Same question:

    Would you trade Sam Bradford for any of the QBs listed?

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    1. This is multiple choice, so vote for all the QBs you would trade Sam for (or indicate if you would not trade Sam for any of the listed QBs);
    2. Take age into consideration; and
    3. Do not take salary into consideration (assume all QBs have the same salary).


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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    I went with none of the above.

    In the case of Kaepernick, Wilson and RGIII, I just don't feel as though there's enough data, particularly given that they all play in what I regard as a fad offense. I'd revisit these guys in a year.

    Also, in RGIII's case, I have concerns about durability.

    Cutler, Romo and Rivers I believe are players who have peaked, and if you look at their success getting to and winning in the postseason, I like Sam's future as a rising QB over each of them.

    Stafford and Dalton are, in my opinion, overrated. While they've put up decent numbers, they have done so with guys like Megatron and A.J. Green to throw to. Sam's never had that type of target.

    Newton is talented, but I don't like his mindset.

    Finally, Alex Smith....? Please.

    So, while Sam may not have accomplished what these QBs have, I wouldn't trade him for any of them at this point.
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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    I just don't think that the Rams are quite there yet offensively to even worry about the quarterback position just yet ... too much youth in skill positions and there's not even a guarantee that the offensive line will improve enough to make this team a true competitor.

    So, the timing is all wrong to trade for a quarterback. Get a better one and you have assets that you need going to another team. Trade for an older quarterback on the decline and you'll have assets coming in, but you're not exactly trading Sam at his peak value so you could really lose out on asset management for what amounts to a reduced cap hit.

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    This Bradford is disappointing stuff is old. Put three Brandon Lloyd type quality Wrs on the field for him instead of one for a partial season, or half as has been the case his entire career, and Bradford will blow it up.

    He's got the strong arm and he's got the accuracy. I am going to enjoy him dropping the ball over the shoulders of his receivers this season (I expect he'll be throwing to guys who've gotten behind the defenders a bit).
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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Part 1 and Part 2 were both equally easy decisions for me. I'll take Bradford over everybody, hands down.

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Part 3 should get most of us thinking.

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    No trade, we'll have him stay put. "Play it again Sam."

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    WHO PICKED KAEPERNICK?!

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    I guess I will be the lone wolf at this stage of the experiment. As I have mentioned previously, I have followed Kap for his last couple years at Nevada and I think he is going to be a really good (not sure if he'll be elite) QB in the league.

    Don't get me wrong, I feel the same way about Sam and I am happy that he is our field general. I just think Kap has that extra dimension of the run that Sam does not have / use often.

    I still feel sick when I think about Kap going to the evil empire...

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by thoey View Post
    I guess I will be the lone wolf at this stage of the experiment. As I have mentioned previously, I have followed Kap for his last couple years at Nevada and I think he is going to be a really good (not sure if he'll be elite) QB in the league.

    Don't get me wrong, I feel the same way about Sam and I am happy that he is our field general. I just think Kap has that extra dimension of the run that Sam does not have / use often.

    I still feel sick when I think about Kap going to the evil empire...

    lol I was just joking by the way

    Sam does have underrated mobility, just not as great as Kaep. But I wouldn't want a QB who relies on his legs while having dreadful accuracy. Since Smith was down, their red zone efficiency took a dip, and now with Kaep's favorite target (Crabtree) injured, they're primed to regress with having to depend on a strong running game and good defense.

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    still nope

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Russell Wilson had me hesitate for a minute, but I'm sticking with Sam here.

    RGIII would be a wild-card in this situation.
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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    It would be interesting to see how much weight one's fan bias and loyalty is placed in one's vote here and how much, on the other hand, objectivity does, i.e., the "business way" with which the front office people act. The latter is usually cold and tough.

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Quote Originally Posted by Flippin' Ram View Post
    Part 3 should get most of us thinking.
    My thoughts exactly.

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    Re: The Jaworski Project: Part 2

    Put three Brandon Lloyd type quality Wrs on the field for him instead of one for a partial season, or half as has been the case his entire career, and Bradford will blow it up.
    So with 3 PRO BOWL/league leader caliber WRs, you think he could "blow it up"? That's quite a bold statement!
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