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I didn't see another thread about this and since it's predictions/projections I felt cluttering up the NFL offseason thread with potentials a bit messy. If you haven't heard Peyton Manning is a Free Agent, and RG III is not (insert star wars joke here), he's a Quarterback from Baylor. Oh and there's some dude named Andrew Luck out there as well. If you know Andrew Luck and you want a head start on finding out where he'll go - check his phone. if he called you from the 317, you probably have your answer. :D

Anyway, here are mu projections on where some of the Free Agents might go and by what teams players might get drafted.

Andrew Luck - Indianapolis, unless someone trades away the teams soul for him then, he'll go to (insert you root for/don't like here).

Robert Griffin The Third (RG III) - Pick one, I have no idea.

Alex Smith - 49ers or Washington, regardless of what happens with Manning. It's not set in stone that he resign with the 49ers. It's a matter of how much the 49ers are willing to budge, and how much will tell you how they regard Alex Smith.

So I've started it off. Feel free to list you predictions/projections.

Also any FA/Draft Eligible player Including ones I listed above) can be listed, not just QBs but I've created a small list that I'm not sure what team will take him and am curious as to where you think these palyers might go. Unclaimed is an option

Peyton Manning

Andrew Luck

Robert Griffin III

Alex Smith

Donovan McNabb

David Garrard

Marques Colston

Michael Bush

Brandon Weeden

Justin Blackmon

 

 

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Peyton Manning - Kansas City

Andrew Luck - Indianapolis

Robert Griffin - Washington

Alex Smith - San Fransisco

Donovan McNabb - RETIRES

David Garrard - RETIRES

Marques Colston - Washington

Michael Bush - Cincinnati

Brandon Weeden - Denver

Justin Blackmon - St. Louis

Brandon Jacobs - Cleveland

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So far this is how things are shaking up for the Falcons:

In

Vince Manauwai (guard, Jacksonville, already signed)

Lofa Tatupu (worked out with the team the other day)

Mario Williams (Kroy Biermann was signed to be an average contract, and Abe will probably go walking, so the Falcons have made it clear they are going to go after a pass rushing defensive end)

Brent Grimes (franchise tagged)

Out

John Abraham

Curtis Lofton (seems 50/50 at this point)

As far as the draft goes, I'm looking for Atlanta to look for help on the offensive line. Tight end has been the sexy position for bloggers, but the offensive line situation is much more urgent.

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Peyton Manning - Denver

Andrew Luck - Indianapolis

Robert Griffin - Washington

Alex Smith - San Fransisco

Donovan McNabb - Kansas City

On September 20, 2012 at 0:50 AM, 'CS85 said:

It's like watching the hellish undead creakily shuffling their way out of the flames of a liposuction clinic dumpster fire.

On February 19, 2012 at 9:30 AM, 'pianoknight said:

Story B: Red Wings go undefeated and score 100 goals in every game. They also beat a team comprised of Godzilla, the ghost of Abraham Lincoln, 2 Power Rangers and Betty White. Oh, and they played in the middle of Iraq on a military base. In the sand. With no ice. Santa gave them special sand-skates that allowed them to play in shorts and t-shirts in 115 degree weather. Jesus, Zeus and Buddha watched from the sidelines and ate cotton candy.

POTD 5/24/12POTD 2/26/17

 

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I don't understand why the Broncos are making a pitch for Peyton Manning. They already have a great quarterback in Tim Tebow.

Tim Tebow is not a great quarterback. He's a great guy...but not a great passer. Let's face it...the Broncos were really a 5-11 team last year that benefitted from a lot of luck to get 3 wins.

Smart is believing half of what you hear. Genius is knowing which half.

 

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So far this is how things are shaking up for the Falcons:

In

Vince Manauwai (guard, Jacksonville, already signed)

Lofa Tatupu (worked out with the team the other day)

Mario Williams (Kroy Biermann was signed to be an average contract, and Abe will probably go walking, so the Falcons have made it clear they are going to go after a pass rushing defensive end)

Brent Grimes (franchise tagged)

Out

John Abraham

Curtis Lofton (seems 50/50 at this point)

As far as the draft goes, I'm looking for Atlanta to look for help on the offensive line. Tight end has been the sexy position for bloggers, but the offensive line situation is much more urgent.

With Tony Gonzalez retiring after next season, and some uncertainty about how much Michael Turner has left in the tank, I'd think the Falcons are in a bit of a "win now" mode for 2012. Which means, I think they'll be signing free agents to fill the holes on the O- and D-lines and in the secondary (I think I heard that the team has about $30 million in cap room), and use the draft more for depth and the future.

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Y'all wont have to worry about no FA predictions for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers showing up in this thread...

...Motherfurking Glazers.

*Disclaimer: I am not an authoritative expert on stuff...I just do a lot of reading and research and keep in close connect with a bunch of people who are authoritative experts on stuff. 😁

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Y'all wont have to worry about no FA predictions for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers showing up in this thread...

...Motherfurking Glazers.

Just read something that said the Bucs are $67 million under the *estimated* cap (official cap hasn't been set). But $67 million, which is what, about $35 million below the floor...Bucs could do a lot if they wanted.

Smart is believing half of what you hear. Genius is knowing which half.

 

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Y'all wont have to worry about no FA predictions for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers showing up in this thread...

...Motherfurking Glazers.

Just read something that said the Bucs are $67 million under the *estimated* cap (official cap hasn't been set). But $67 million, which is what, about $35 million below the floor...Bucs could do a lot if they wanted.

That's the whole key.

/And then you have to factor in the fact that Ol' Man Glazer is bleeding money out the ass behind Manchester United and has been leeching the Buccaneers franchise to (try to) cover his EPL debts for many many years, now.

*Disclaimer: I am not an authoritative expert on stuff...I just do a lot of reading and research and keep in close connect with a bunch of people who are authoritative experts on stuff. 😁

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I don't understand why the Broncos are making a pitch for Peyton Manning. They already have a great quarterback in Tim Tebow.

Tim Tebow is not a great quarterback. He's a great guy...but not a great passer. Let's face it...the Broncos were really a 5-11 team last year that benefitted from a lot of luck to get 3 wins.

This. But look out if the Broncos get Peyton Manning and if he can teach Tim Tebow how to pass.

On September 20, 2012 at 0:50 AM, 'CS85 said:

It's like watching the hellish undead creakily shuffling their way out of the flames of a liposuction clinic dumpster fire.

On February 19, 2012 at 9:30 AM, 'pianoknight said:

Story B: Red Wings go undefeated and score 100 goals in every game. They also beat a team comprised of Godzilla, the ghost of Abraham Lincoln, 2 Power Rangers and Betty White. Oh, and they played in the middle of Iraq on a military base. In the sand. With no ice. Santa gave them special sand-skates that allowed them to play in shorts and t-shirts in 115 degree weather. Jesus, Zeus and Buddha watched from the sidelines and ate cotton candy.

POTD 5/24/12POTD 2/26/17

 

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I don't understand why the Broncos are making a pitch for Peyton Manning. They already have a great quarterback in Tim Tebow.

Tim Tebow is not a great quarterback. He's a great guy...but not a great passer. Let's face it...the Broncos were really a 5-11 team last year that benefitted from a lot of luck to get 3 wins.

This. But look out if the Broncos get Peyton Manning and if he can teach Tim Tebow how to pass.

Jesus himself couldn't make Tebow a "great" quarterback.

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I don't understand why the Broncos are making a pitch for Peyton Manning. They already have a great quarterback in Tim Tebow.

Tim Tebow is not a great quarterback. He's a great guy...but not a great passer. Let's face it...the Broncos were really a 5-11 team last year that benefitted from a lot of luck to get 3 wins.

This. But look out if the Broncos get Peyton Manning and if he can teach Tim Tebow how to pass.

Look out if Tim Tebow can teach Peyton Manning how to run. ^_^

Sadly, it's no more unlikely than the scenario you bring up.

And actually, if they sign Peyton Manning, I could see Tebow getting traded to the Jaguars.

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If Peyton heads to Denver, I see Tebow in Miami or Jacksonville. The latter being his hometown and the Jags, while not 'hurting' for a QB are hurting for attendance, though I'd say that's true about both teams.

 

 

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