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    Tua Tagovailoa

    if Tua is there when the broncos pick. we would be making the worst decision in franchise history to pass on him. i feel really good about tua. he is smart and great leader. his personality is A+ if not higher. he has the it factor, but what i think he brings an NFL leadership and personality you want to gravitate towards. plus he can make every throw in the book and can run like high 4.5 low 4.6. dude has every thing you want in and nfl. i really feel he will be special, i would honestly be willing to trade up for this kid depending on what we need to do. i have not felt this sure about a QB sense Andrew Luck. this guy is a special QB who will Develop to be a top 5 QB in this league.

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    The guy is possibly going #1 and has almost no chance of Miami passing him up. Doubt he will be available to the Broncos barring we go 0-16 and Miami somehow manages to screw up their tank season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinnaMunMun View Post
    The guy is possibly going #1 and has almost no chance of Miami passing him up. Doubt he will be available to the Broncos barring we go 0-16 and Miami somehow manages to screw up their tank season.
    Also, not confident Elway would draft someone that size no matter the talent. If we were arguably drafting QB 2 years in a row there are only other 2 QBs right now that would be an upgrade over Lock in this draft from what I see.
    Herbert (who is Elways prototypical QB but has a lot more intelligence then who weve drafted) or
    Fromm (who may barely fit the mold.)

    IMO unless Herbert struggles or is not available to us in the 1st we probably wont draft a QB
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    Quote Originally Posted by CinnaMunMun View Post
    The guy is possibly going #1 and has almost no chance of Miami passing him up. Doubt he will be available to the Broncos barring we go 0-16 and Miami somehow manages to screw up their tank season.
    Generally i have seen that but i have also seen mocks with herbert or FRomm first overall, not really saying it is likely, just saying if he is there we need to take him

    Quote Originally Posted by Joshecalpoly View Post
    Also, not confident Elway would draft someone that size no matter the talent. If we were arguably drafting QB 2 years in a row there are only other 2 QBs right now that would be an upgrade over Lock in this draft from what I see.
    Herbert (who is Elways prototypical QB but has a lot more intelligence then who weve drafted) or
    Fromm (who may barely fit the mold.)

    IMO unless Herbert struggles or is not available to us in the 1st we probably wont draft a QB
    I am also really high on Fromm, but i really hope we avoid Herbert at all costs. Elway needs to get over the look it has not helped him. he needs to look for guys with great leadership and hits all the check points on the field, which is Fromm and Tua, this is the first class of QB i have been following from college. Tua is special.
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    I might be the only one not enamored by him

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    Im in love with Boises true freshman quarterback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    Generally i have seen that but i have also seen mocks with herbert or FRomm first overall, not really saying it is likely, just saying if he is there we need to take him



    I am also really high on Fromm, but i really hope we avoid Herbert at all costs. Elway needs to get over the look it has not helped him. he needs to look for guys with great leadership and hits all the check points on the field, which is Fromm and Tua, this is the first class of QB i have been following from college. Tua is special.
    Herbert doesnt go through his progressions (though that is a product of the offense he is in) and also crumbles when pressure hits the pocket (yet wont throw the ball to the other team or often allow an easy sack).

    Fromm has yet to show the ability to make every throw needed at the next level and if it were not for his calm intelligent demeanor as a game manager teams would think twice about him.

    Tua is left handed (making catching passes an adjustment) and holds onto the ball longer then starting QBs in the NFL (because he has a line that allows him to).

    Still Lock has all the decision making of Cutler with the personality of Eli.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    Generally i have seen that but i have also seen mocks with herbert or FRomm first overall, not really saying it is likely, just saying if he is there we need to take him



    I am also really high on Fromm, but i really hope we avoid Herbert at all costs. Elway needs to get over the look it has not helped him. he needs to look for guys with great leadership and hits all the check points on the field, which is Fromm and Tua, this is the first class of QB i have been following from college. Tua is special.
    Quote Originally Posted by Joshecalpoly View Post
    Herbert doesnt go through his progressions (though that is a product of the offense he is in) and also crumbles when pressure hits the pocket (yet wont throw the ball to the other team or often allow an easy sack).

    Fromm has yet to show the ability to make every throw needed at the next level and if it were not for his calm intelligent demeanor as a game manager teams would think twice about him.

    Tua is left handed (making catching passes an adjustment) and holds onto the ball longer then starting QBs in the NFL (because he has a line that allows him to).

    Still Lock has all the decision making of Cutler with the personality of Eli.
    what young QB does not hold on to the ball to long. it is a normal thing. the thing i like about Fromm is more his interveiws and leadership Quality. when you here him talk or see him he is very down to earth. very like i am gonna work hard always put my best to be a leader and an example for my team. that is exactly the type of QB we need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyousukeneko View Post
    what young QB does not hold on to the ball to long. it is a normal thing. the thing i like about Fromm is more his interveiws and leadership Quality. when you here him talk or see him he is very down to earth. very like i am gonna work hard always put my best to be a leader and an example for my team. that is exactly the type of QB we need.
    The ones that often struggle most are those with the best O line, because of this reason. He does it worst then most, because he can more then most. His legs might help him get away with it, but it's a struggle when you go from what he has to what we have at O line. Also, RT protects his blindside so you need one hell of a RT or OTs that can play both (a major reason you have 0 lefties in the NFL). Not to mention how often he moves, it puts a lot of strain on an o line and that is a weakness already.

    Herbert's personality is showing improvements as many scouts say he is stepping up to take a leadership role, but also needs to improve his competitiveness a bit. Still he is intelligent and beside the need for a quicker release he is solid as a thrower.

    Fromm is Chad Pennington or Trent Dilfer. Great personality, intelligent, career starter in the NFL, but not someone who will take over games. He wont wow anyone with his athletic talent but if the team around him is good he can get them rings. He is probably the best at displaying the ability to call audibles seen in a long time. This is the main reason he is a top 3, but he will need to be because teams will not fear the deep ball from him.
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    just say no to Alabama quarterbacks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Herbert crumbled against Auburn and has beat up on some lesser teams since. Not sold on him. Tua looks solid, not sold on him as the best QB in the draft though. No QB so far has really distanced themselves from each other. If anything Id say at this rate Joe Burrow may end up as the top guy come seasons end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by broncolee View Post
    just say no to Alabama quarterbacks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I was alluding to that but didnt want to flat out say it. There is a reason why they are not a QB mill, and that is because the talent around the QB often inflate the numbers and self confidence of prospects who get shattered when they go up to the next level.

    It's one reason I was higher on the Giants new QB then most ( I had him above Lock and as one of the handful of QBs worth drafting but I admit I thought they jumped the gun)

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    Quote Originally Posted by beastlyskronk View Post
    Herbert crumbled against Auburn and has beat up on some lesser teams since. Not sold on him. Tua looks solid, not sold on him as the best QB in the draft though. No QB so far has really distanced themselves from each other. If anything Id say at this rate Joe Burrow may end up as the top guy come seasons end.
    I will admit I like Burrow, and if his stock continues to rise as it has he will be a player worth considering at the sport we are drafting. He started the season as an after thought and didnt have a lot of eyes on him if any till now.

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    I'm not a big fan of tuna. But I'll take him over any qb currently on our roster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joshecalpoly View Post
    I will admit I like Burrow, and if his stock continues to rise as it has he will be a player worth considering at the sport we are drafting. He started the season as an after thought and didnt have a lot of eyes on him if any till now.
    This class is loaded at qb. I feel there are 5-6 first round qbs with franchise upside
    Tua
    Fromm
    Hubert
    Burrow
    Eason
    And Newman

    I feel like all 6 of those could end up in first round contention

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