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Give me your top 10 (last 30 years)
1. (R1, P1) Jemarcus Russell - Raiders
2. (R1, P2) Ryan Leaf - Chargers
3. (R1, P3) Heath Shular - Redskins
4. (R1, P1) Tim Couch - Browns
5. (R1, P2) Andre Ware - Lions
6. (R1, P24) Todd Marinovich - Raiders
7. (R1, P7) Todd Blackledge - Chiefs
8. (R1, P3) Akili Smith - Bengals
9. (R1, P3) Joey Harrington - Lion
10. (R1, P16) Dan McGwire - Seahawks
1st RU : (R1, P2) Vince Young - Titans
2nd RU: (R1, P12) Cade McNown - Bears
Honorable mention at best: (R1, P1) David Carr
***In David Carrs defense, the Texas were new when he was drafted and I've seen better surrounding talent at a circus. I still think the guy was one of, if not the, best athletes on the field.
***Todd Blackledge and John Elway went in the first round ahead of Jim Kelly and Dan Marino. With only 5,200 passing yards to his name, Blackledge is lucky he isn't sitting at #1.
This post has been edited 7 times, most recently by Red Goodman 15 months ago
"Nobody makes me bleed my own blood, nobody!"
According to troytide nobody cares about the Nfl
Joey Harrington should be in there
Negative. Harrington deserves to be on the top 10 list, but not the top 5. Harrington was a bust, but wasn't worse than the guys I have listed above. Yes, he was drafted #3 in the first round but he also played 7 seasons which is longer than anyone on this list.
Besides I'm asking to see everyone's list, the one above is simply mine.
Nm lol missed Heath on your list. So how about Giovanni Carmazzi
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by wvruger71 15 months ago
Although Blaine Gabbert was slightly lower than all of those guys. He is turrible. He never even pretended to be good. I cannot for the life of me remember one game in which he looked decent. I'm not Jags fan but I live in Jacksonville so I see most of his games.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
Picked 65th in the 3rd round, backup for one year for the 9ers and was cut with zero snaps to his name.
Idk if he makes the list mainly being drafted in the 3rd round but he deserves to be mentioned somewhere for sure. I mean damn.
Pass attempts 691
Pass completions 372
Passing yards 3,876
QB Rating 70.2
Would you take him over Tebow?
This post was edited by Red Goodman 15 months ago
Any recent list that doesn't include Lame Blaine is not a list IMO Sub out Palmer with him and I agree.
I would take Jerry Jones over Tebow. He needs more roles within the Cows organization.
Take out Palmer, add Tebow and I agree. Palmer has underachieved but he's beginning his 10th season and about to surpass 30,000 yards.
I have it out for Palmer because he held us back from2006-2009
This post was edited by BBucksorBeGone8 15 months ago
Don't know much about him in NFL so can't put him on
Yup. A train wreck organization got what they deserved.
That's cause he plays for Jags who aren't allowed on TV.
Neither are the Bengals
I was wondering how long it would take for someone to list him.
A couple more, maybe not as bad:
Vince Young (because, you know, the mental problems)
Mark Sanchez? He blows.
The question was originally top five which I personally don't think he is on. Top 10 is a different story. I'll have Couch and likely go ahead and throw Tebow in there because I think he's done.
Please stop calling him TroyTide, his name is Bloody Condom
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