Discussion in 'Football: NFL, College, High School' started by 713, Apr 30, 2012.
Its tough, because you dont know how those teams are going to rebuild.
this season, nobody from the poll is going to be win the superbowl.
also they could leave their current team when the contract is done and be the starting QB or the backup QB in a contender team.
RGIII. His owner is most willing to spend the money to surround him with good talent. He'll have to with all the draft pciks they gave up to pick in the nnumber 2 spot. Panthers, Colts, and Rams still have a lot of rebouilding to do.
Gotta go Cam here, his team is set up to be a solid 8-8 next year and he'll look to improve on his stellar rookie season. If they draft well and bring in a few good FA's, they could be contenders in a couple years.
Bradford is the worst one, I say he has the best chance right now. The foundation is strong.
Not sold on the Colts new regime.
Not sure Shanahan will be in Washington for long, also, don't they have those nasty cap penalties looming next season?
Newton I just don't like all that much, deal with it.
Y no love for Case Keenum and the Texans? Superbowl-bound with Case in 2015!
IMO there should be an option for "none of them" but Newton has the best chance from my view.
I have no idea. Too many factors beyond QB determines whether a team wins a Super Bowl.
I can't decide until I see all their faces and who's black and who's white.
I kid, mother truckers.
I think it will be Newton. He totally ripped us apart last year.
Newton or Bradford. Only because their teams are closer to playoff status than the other two. Realistically, both teams have a shot at the playoffs, this year, even in the tough NFC.
Indy is a couple of years away. Their defense is terrible, and didn't get better in any spots. Moreover, they still lack a running game. Most of all, they are a few years away from competing with the Texans and Titans.
Redskins, super tough division, while Washington hasn't really put together a really nice well-rounded team in seasons. It may be a greater up-hill climb than Indy.
All before Romo.
Newton. He just needs a better defense.
dalton, GINGER POWER
Jon Beason will be back this season.
They've had terrible luck with drafting stud MLBs only to have them tear ACLs. Beason, Dan Morgan a few years back, and also Thomas Davis.
Kuechly better watch out.
curious to see how the rams do this year. they entered last season with high expectations, none of which were met. they have a lot of talent. we'll see how long jeff needs to right the ship.
That might have been one thing that held the Rams back ... coaching. The last two seasons, they've had enough talent to compete - not a perfect team. Still, they could've gotten to 6 or 8 wins in that division, while I saw them lose a couple games late, even this season.
Their defense should respectable to good, this season, while the offense ... is going to struggle times, maybe. They did not find any playmakers or a nice addition in the backfield with Steven Jackson. Though, their line won't be given up all of those sacks under Fisher.
RG3 - Black John Elway
Luck - Mix of Peyton, Brady, and Rodgers
Cam Newton - more mobile Mcnabb in his prime
Sam Bradford/ Stafford - Carson Palmer/Matt Hasselbeck with stronger arms.
Luck's got some serious wheels on him to go with that rocket of a right arm...scary
I laugh at people who still think he's not the real deal. At this pace, Andrew Luck will go down as one of the GOAT.