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    Who will it be?
    102
    Sam Bradford
    58.82%
    60
    Rodger Saffold
    3.92%
    4
    Jerome Murphy
    4.90%
    5
    Mardy Gilyard
    19.61%
    20
    Na'il Diggs
    0.98%
    1
    Fred Robbins
    0.98%
    1
    Kevin Payne
    0.00%
    0
    Hank Fraley
    0.98%
    1
    Bobby Carpenter
    6.86%
    7
    A.J. Feeley
    2.94%
    3

  • #2
    Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

    I'm going to say Carpenter. I think he plays better in a 4-3

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    • #3
      Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

      You almost have to go with Bradford here. He's going to be the key to the offense this year, either in a positive or negative way. He has the best chance to make the biggest impact.

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      • #4
        Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

        I voted Murphy just because I think he will have several big time plays this year.

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        • #5
          Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

          I didn't vote for Bradford because I'm not convinced he'll be starting on opening day. If he does, he will almost certainly have the biggest impact.

          I went with Mardy Gilyard. I think he'll make an impact from day 1 both as a WR and on special teams.

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          • #6
            Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

            As Barron appears to be moving to the Lone Star State, the answer may be the de facto Right Tackle..........Roger Saffold.
            The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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            • #7
              Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

              I went with Bradford, but was tempted to go with Robbins or one of the LBs. We got bigger and they may all help stop the run.

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              • #8
                Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                Sam Bradford will have the biggest impact, whether positive or negative.

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                • #9
                  Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                  Sam Bradford will make a huge impact, and not just on the football field.

                  Not only is he going to be our new franchise QB, which in itself is a huge impact, he is also one of the new "faces" of our franchise.

                  He is going to greatly impact our offense, either in a positive or negative way.

                  He will greatly impact ticket sales and jersey profits.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                    Originally posted by RockinRam View Post
                    Sam Bradford will make a huge impact, and not just on the football field.

                    Not only is he going to be our new franchise QB, which in itself is a huge impact, he is also one of the new "faces" of our franchise.

                    He is going to greatly impact our offense, either in a positive or negative way.

                    He will greatly impact ticket sales and jersey profits.
                    You're probably correct on all these assumptions, Rockin (I'm going with the positive on the offense impact).

                    To me, this kid sometimes comes across as low key, a bit reserved, humility... but I sure hope that his arm and intelligence will make the above impacts! Okay if he doesn't start breaking passing records all of a sudden but, please, help WIN games!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                      It better not be A.J. Feeley if he has the biggest impact on this team we are doomed.

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                      • #12
                        Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                        I'm going with the new Orlando Pace aka Roger Saffold. In my fantasy world, our false start and holding penalties will all but go out the window with the departure of Barron. Plus we'll have a reliable and mentally sound player at OT.

                        Whether 'Mr. Samtastic' is starting day 1 or not, we're still going to be a run 1st (probably 2nd too) team and Barron held us back with constant 5 and 10 yard penalties, 7.5 sacks didn't help a struggling offense either. Bring on the new #76!

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                        • #13
                          Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                          I won't go with Bradford, because who knows he may not play. Especially with our O-line the way it is. We lost our veteran tackle who managed to keep our QB up right for the most part.

                          I'm going with Carpenter. I just think he's going to play a lot better than any of the LB's we've had in that spot the past few seasons.

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                          • #14
                            Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                            Originally posted by AvengerRam View Post
                            I didn't vote for Bradford because I'm not convinced he'll be starting on opening day. If he does, he will almost certainly have the biggest impact.

                            I went with Mardy Gilyard. I think he'll make an impact from day 1 both as a WR and on special teams.
                            I think with Cincinnati graduating June 12th, Gilyard misses a huge chunk of off season work. If he doesnt miss that time he certainly would contribute from day 1, but missing that time may set him back a fair bit
                            @EssexRam_

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                            • #15
                              Re: Which New Player Will Have The Biggest Impact in 2010?

                              Murphy because not only is he a good fit with Spags' scheme (physical at the LOS), but there's also plenty of room for him to get into the lineup. I think he has a decent shot at starting for us.

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