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(Sports Illustrated)   29 year old QB available with 79.2 passer rating last season on 3,091 yards thrown, with good mobility. Any teams out there with a future HOF receiver and nobody to throw to him? Who play in a crappy city in the desert, perhaps?   (tracking.si.com ) divider line
    More: Cool, Charlie Whitehurst, HOF, Braylon Edwards, Denver Broncos, Seahawks, Tarvaris Jackson, tennis players, Pete Carroll  
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2012-08-16 02:32:29 PM  
Heh. if reports are to be believed, the Redbirds are considering Jackson or.....Colt McCoy.


and how ironic that tomorrow night, Matt Leinart makes his craptastic return to Cardinal Nation. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand if in fact the Redbirds are going to make a run at Tarvaris, how ironic is it that when we were actively shopping Leinart, Seattle approahced us but the braintrust (sarcasm) at Cardinal HQ declined to move Leinart not just in-division, but in-conference.

Oh sweet irony! two years later and we may be on our knees begging Seattle to deal.
 
2012-08-16 02:33:43 PM  

rickythepenguin: Heh. if reports are to be believed, the Redbirds are considering Jackson or.....Colt McCoy.


and how ironic that tomorrow night, Matt Leinart makes his craptastic return to Cardinal Nation. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand if in fact the Redbirds are going to make a run at Tarvaris, how ironic is it that when we were actively shopping Leinart, Seattle approahced us but the braintrust (sarcasm) at Cardinal HQ declined to move Leinart not just in-division, but in-conference.

Oh sweet irony! two years later and we may be on our knees begging Seattle to deal.


I think all it would take to easily win the race for Jackson would be a 5th rounder.
 
2012-08-16 02:35:06 PM  

seumasokelly: rickythepenguin: Heh. if reports are to be believed, the Redbirds are considering Jackson or.....Colt McCoy.


and how ironic that tomorrow night, Matt Leinart makes his craptastic return to Cardinal Nation. Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand if in fact the Redbirds are going to make a run at Tarvaris, how ironic is it that when we were actively shopping Leinart, Seattle approahced us but the braintrust (sarcasm) at Cardinal HQ declined to move Leinart not just in-division, but in-conference.

Oh sweet irony! two years later and we may be on our knees begging Seattle to deal.

I think all it would take to easily win the race for Jackson would be a 5th rounder.


Or a bag of used footballs.
 
2012-08-16 02:36:30 PM  

Smelly McUgly: I'm pretty sure they tried to win that game, but Fitzgerald and the fact that Tarvaris couldn't drive them past midfield in OT stopped that from happening.


Then I count that as another win, since we got a free draft pick out of the deal (since they traded the extra few spots they got from losing down, and picked up another couple draft picks).

Hopefully Jaye Howard or Jeremy Lane turn into something. Then basically what happened would be that we got those two players because of a Week 17 loss.
 
2012-08-16 02:36:37 PM  
Oh, and Jason Campbell, 30 years old, career qb rating of 82, who has never thrown more picks than td's in a season, and who has been jerked around by both al davis AND Daniel snyder which damn sure hasn't helped his stats.... had to settle for a backup job. I still don't understand that.
 
2012-08-16 02:38:08 PM  

seumasokelly: I think all it would take to easily win the race for Jackson would be a 5th rounder.



because if Whiz' tenure has taught us anything, it is that trading draft picks for shiatty QBs is to be avoided at all costs.

*eyeroll*
 
2012-08-16 02:38:52 PM  
I'm still rooting for John Skelton to win the starting gig.
 
2012-08-16 02:39:24 PM  

LucklessWonder: See also: Jason Campbell


Heh. had the same thought. I think JC could still have a good career if he got the right situation. All he's seen is turmoil, crazy owners, constantly changing coaches and coordinators and he still put up pretty decent numbers.
 
2012-08-16 02:39:43 PM  
Until he lands somewhere, I'm going to move him out of my top spot for fantasy football...
 
2012-08-16 02:41:13 PM  
Two words..wildcat...decoy.

//VfB Stuttgart baby//
 
2012-08-16 02:44:33 PM  

mariner314: I'm still rooting for John Skelton to win the starting gig.



I never wavered on that. for all his faults, he needs reps. but whiz farked that up. Whiz believes he's going to have Warner v2.0 fall into his lap AGAIN.
 
2012-08-16 02:47:11 PM  

JohnBigBootay: LucklessWonder: See also: Jason Campbell

Heh. had the same thought. I think JC could still have a good career if he got the right situation. All he's seen is turmoil, crazy owners, constantly changing coaches and coordinators and he still put up pretty decent numbers.


Yeah. The only knock I have against JC is he has the slowest damned release I ever saw, which meant that he needed a solid line in front of him, and the 'Skins haven't had a decent O-line since 1991...
 
2012-08-16 02:50:35 PM  

LucklessWonder: JohnBigBootay: LucklessWonder: See also: Jason Campbell

Heh. had the same thought. I think JC could still have a good career if he got the right situation. All he's seen is turmoil, crazy owners, constantly changing coaches and coordinators and he still put up pretty decent numbers.

Yeah. The only knock I have against JC is he has the slowest damned release I ever saw, which meant that he needed a solid line in front of him, and the 'Skins haven't had a decent O-line since 1991...


The Bears O-line is not how you say...ideal, either.

Farking turnstiles

/Bears fan
 
2012-08-16 02:51:24 PM  

rickythepenguin: mariner314: I'm still rooting for John Skelton to win the starting gig.


I never wavered on that. for all his faults, he needs reps. but whiz farked that up. Whiz believes he's going to have Warner v2.0 fall into his lap AGAIN.


I still think whiz is the right guy for the Cardinals (hell, we went to a superbowl) but the QB circus is a mess. At least we "lost out" on the bidding for Whitehurst to Seattle. I just don't see Kolb getting the job done. He's had the entire off season and he has happy feet back in the pocket. The team seems to rally around Skelton.

Hopefully things settle down, and a clear choice emerges.
 
2012-08-16 02:51:32 PM  

IAmRight: Smelly McUgly: I'm pretty sure they tried to win that game, but Fitzgerald and the fact that Tarvaris couldn't drive them past midfield in OT stopped that from happening.

Then I count that as another win, since we got a free draft pick out of the deal (since they traded the extra few spots they got from losing down, and picked up another couple draft picks).

Hopefully Jaye Howard or Jeremy Lane turn into something. Then basically what happened would be that we got those two players because of a Week 17 loss.


Howard is going to be a good one, I think. Lane is feisty, too. Carroll and Schneider have hit on almost every mid-rounder except for Kris Durham and EJ Wilson, so probably at least one of them turns out.
 
2012-08-16 02:51:53 PM  

LucklessWonder: Yeah. The only knock I have against JC is he has the slowest damned release I ever saw, which meant that he needed a solid line in front of him, and the 'Skins haven't had a decent O-line since 1991...


Yeah. I'm not imagining he would have been an mvp or anything but can you imagine being a young qb with dan snyder's redskins and his revolving door whacko shiat and you finally get out and where do you go? you go to al davis' raiders. No one deserves that.
 
2012-08-16 02:58:18 PM  

JohnBigBootay: HeathenHealer: As a Vikes fan i'm shocked, SHOCKED, that Tarvaris isn't starting in Seattle.

TJ ain't that bad. I don't get the constant knocks on the guy to be frank. There's 32 starters and 32 backups in the league. But everyone wants to have aaron rodgers with tom brady backing him up - anything less and it's 'he sucks!'.


I like the tiered method for active QBs. There is the Aaron Rodgers tier, featuring Aaron Rodgers, and there is everyone else tier.

//Snark aside, there are some QBs that could win with any team (Brady, Rodgers, Brees, etc.), some that could win in the right situation (RBerger, Lesser Manning, etc.), some that would not win, no matter the situation (Kolb, Sexy Rexy, etc.), and the unknowns (Rookies, promoted backups).

If TJack was still with the Vikes, I would say he was going nowhere fast, but he did show some competence last year while playing hurt the whole season. I would upgrade him to unknown.
 
2012-08-16 03:00:53 PM  
As a Viking fan, I wished Jackson would have had some more consistency from coaching. He had some really promising games.

I hope he's able to play somewhere, but I'm not really hoping it's in Minnesota.
 
2012-08-16 03:03:31 PM  

This Looks Fun: As a Viking fan, I wished Jackson would have had some more consistency from coaching. He had some really promising games.

I hope he's able to play somewhere, but I'm not really hoping it's in Minnesota.


Well, Minnesota got rid of the main problem and I'd think Jackson would be better this time around, but it's just not the right fit for either side with Ponder there.
 
2012-08-16 03:04:44 PM  
You could get Jamarcus for much cheaper, and he'd be just as effective
 
2012-08-16 03:12:08 PM  

MugzyBrown: TJack is certainly not elite, but 3,000yds, 60% completion, 14td, 13int certainly isn't sucking. Especially when you consider that he did it with a trorn throwing pec.

In today's NFL those numbers suck. He's about the 20th best QB in a league with about 12-15 good QBs.


Remember, the NFL today is a league where a quarterback can throw for 5,000 yards and 40 touchdowns with only 16 interceptions and not be picked for the Pro Bowl... or be one of the first two alternates.

/Yes, I'm still mad, bro.
 
2012-08-16 03:14:42 PM  

Lost Thought 00: You could get Jamarcus for much cheaper, and he'd be just as effective


Man, would it take a long time to point out just how many ways you're wrong.
 
2012-08-16 03:18:46 PM  

seumasokelly: Lost Thought 00: You could get Jamarcus for much cheaper, and he'd be just as effective

Man, would it take a long time to point out just how many ways you're wrong.


The last time I something that wrong was steamingpile calling the 2012 Nationals pitching "poor"
 
2012-08-16 03:21:48 PM  

LucklessWonder: seumasokelly: Lost Thought 00: You could get Jamarcus for much cheaper, and he'd be just as effective

Man, would it take a long time to point out just how many ways you're wrong.

The last time I something that wrong was steamingpile calling the 2012 Nationals pitching "poor"


While calling the pitching on the best team in baseball "poor" is wrong, I have no idea what the front end of that statement was supposed to mean.
 
2012-08-16 03:28:17 PM  

seumasokelly: LucklessWonder: seumasokelly: Lost Thought 00: You could get Jamarcus for much cheaper, and he'd be just as effective

Man, would it take a long time to point out just how many ways you're wrong.

The last time I READ something that wrong was steamingpile calling the 2012 Nationals pitching "poor"

While calling the pitching on the best team in baseball "poor" is wrong, I have no idea what the front end of that statement was supposed to mean.


I accidentally the whole thing.
 
2012-08-16 03:46:06 PM  

mariner314: I still think whiz is the right guy for the Cardinals (hell, we went to a superbowl) but the QB circus is a mess. At least we "lost out" on the bidding for Whitehurst to Seattle. I just don't see Kolb getting the job done. He's had the entire off season and he has happy feet back in the pocket. The team seems to rally around Skelton.



to the QB fiasco that has remained a three-year joke under Whiz's watch.....am i the only person that remembers why / how Whiz got the job?

Arizona was seeking a coach to work with quarterback Matt Leinart, and Whisenhunt's development of Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh impressed the Cardinals' brass.

His work with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger helped him get the Cardinals job...."He has done a remarkable job in Pittsburgh, and he obviously had a big hand in grooming their quarterback and shaping him up into a Super Bowl winner," Graves said. 


and Whiz himself, as in my opinion, he feels the hot seat slowly increasing in temperature, will never hesitate to pat himself on the back with regard to how he "developed" Benny Roth.

so my question to every Cardinal fan who still wants to hang on to Whiz, is, if he was so farking awesome with "developing" Benny Roth, what of his tenure in Arizona? People forget, as I say, that had Matt Leinart not snapped his colarbone in half circa Week 5, Week 7 of the Super Bowl season, Warner -- who had been benched in favor of Leinart -- doesn't get a start (although Leinart had played shiatty that season so he would have been pulled).

Max Hall (draft)
Derek Anderson (FA bust)
Rich Bartel (the las vegas football league or UFL, whatever)
Brian St Pierre (FA, played with Whiz in Pittsburgh)
Kolb (disastrous trade)
Skelton (draft)
Ryan Lindley (draft)

annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd we're supposedly considering T-Jack or McCoy. or drafting a QB in the 2013.

How many times do we make the same mistake, and then, keep giving Whiz the benefit of the doubt?
 
2012-08-16 03:51:06 PM  
How long before Russell Wilson takes over? Hope he gets a shot once Flynn is revealed to be a fraud.

/'Noles fan
//Kid can play
 
2012-08-16 03:52:35 PM  
Rod Graves is your problem, Ricky. He's pretty terrible at talent evaluation.
 
2012-08-16 03:56:38 PM  

LucklessWonder: The last time I something that wrong was steamingpile calling the 2012 Nationals pitching "poor"


Before that he said that Aaron Rodgers was an average QB who is only good because players are good around him. He's really on a whole 'nother level.
 
2012-08-16 04:03:26 PM  

rickythepenguin: and Whiz himself, as in my opinion, he feels the hot seat slowly increasing in temperature, will never hesitate to pat himself on the back with regard to how he "developed" Benny Roth.


He just forgot to teach the other guys how to be 6'5" 260 .lb brahma bulls who routinely complete passes with a couple of linebackers hanging off their back and legs. Roethlisberger wasn't 'developed'. He's a bit above average in qb skills but his size and strength make him somewhat unique thereby pushing him into the upper third of desirable qb's. I'm a steeler fan and I'm fine with that. A great qb can take an average team deep into the playoffs but you can win just fine with a 'good' qb if you do the other shiat right.
 
2012-08-16 04:05:02 PM  
It's like people are comparing dog shiat to cat shiat in here with the Kolb vs Jackson debate.
 
2012-08-16 04:06:06 PM  

IAmRight: Before that he said that Aaron Rodgers was an average QB who is only good because players are good around him. He's really on a whole 'nother level.


Oh come on. He had that inside info on the roethlisbeger scandal in georgia that time. I wonder if he ever made bail on that deal?
 
2012-08-16 04:06:07 PM  

RickyWilliams'sBong: How long before Russell Wilson takes over? Hope he gets a shot once Flynn is revealed to be a fraud.

/'Noles fan
//Kid can play


I'd say he'll sit this season, barring injury.
 
2012-08-16 04:06:34 PM  

rickythepenguin: mariner314: I still think whiz is the right guy for the Cardinals (hell, we went to a superbowl) but the QB circus is a mess. At least we "lost out" on the bidding for Whitehurst to Seattle. I just don't see Kolb getting the job done. He's had the entire off season and he has happy feet back in the pocket. The team seems to rally around Skelton.


to the QB fiasco that has remained a three-year joke under Whiz's watch.....am i the only person that remembers why / how Whiz got the job?

Arizona was seeking a coach to work with quarterback Matt Leinart, and Whisenhunt's development of Ben Roethlisberger in Pittsburgh impressed the Cardinals' brass.

His work with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger helped him get the Cardinals job...."He has done a remarkable job in Pittsburgh, and he obviously had a big hand in grooming their quarterback and shaping him up into a Super Bowl winner," Graves said. 


and Whiz himself, as in my opinion, he feels the hot seat slowly increasing in temperature, will never hesitate to pat himself on the back with regard to how he "developed" Benny Roth.

so my question to every Cardinal fan who still wants to hang on to Whiz, is, if he was so farking awesome with "developing" Benny Roth, what of his tenure in Arizona? People forget, as I say, that had Matt Leinart not snapped his colarbone in half circa Week 5, Week 7 of the Super Bowl season, Warner -- who had been benched in favor of Leinart -- doesn't get a start (although Leinart had played shiatty that season so he would have been pulled).

Max Hall (draft)
Derek Anderson (FA bust)
Rich Bartel (the las vegas football league or UFL, whatever)
Brian St Pierre (FA, played with Whiz in Pittsburgh)
Kolb (disastrous trade)
Skelton (draft)
Ryan Lindley (draft)

annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd we're supposedly considering T-Jack or McCoy. or drafting a QB in the 2013.

How many times do we make the same mistake, and then, keep giving Whiz the benefit of the doubt?



No, you are not the only one that remembers. I'm actually more of a "Team Todd Haley" guy. I think he was the real reason (and Warner) that we had a superbowl run.

Max Hall was an Undrafted free agent ;-)
 
2012-08-16 04:09:36 PM  

4NSpy: It's like people are comparing dog shiat to cat shiat in here with the Kolb vs Jackson debate.


I don't think that's fair. there's like 96 qb roster spots in the nfl. It's the guys we don't know who are at the dog and cat shiat level. These guys are more like the oatmeal and cauliflower of the nfl. I won't look forward to it but it will keep me alive and won't make me puke.
 
2012-08-16 04:17:00 PM  

JohnBigBootay: 4NSpy: It's like people are comparing dog shiat to cat shiat in here with the Kolb vs Jackson debate.

I don't think that's fair. there's like 96 qb roster spots in the nfl. It's the guys we don't know who are at the dog and cat shiat level. These guys are more like the oatmeal and cauliflower of the nfl. I won't look forward to it but it will keep me alive and won't make me puke.


Ha!

Or like a Ford Escort vs. a Chevy Cavalier.
 
2012-08-16 04:21:28 PM  

mariner314: Max Hall was an Undrafted free agent ;-)



Huh. google could settle it easily but i thought we drafted him late?

ugh. so depressing. so very, very depressing.

T-Jack and or Colt McCoy are the way out of the mess? either one likely costs draft picks. Especially now that each team knows the players are commodities.

YEAH BURN MORE DRAFT PICKS, ROD GRAVES.

/idiots. i should be the Cards GM.
 
2012-08-16 04:22:27 PM  
People are talking about Colt McCoy.
 
2012-08-16 04:24:03 PM  

El Brujo: Or like a Ford Escort vs. a Chevy Cavalier.


Exactly. These guys are middling quality used cars with a decent amount of miles on them, not rusting yugos on blocks. It's not always pretty but the nfl needs some escorts and cavaliers.
 
2012-08-16 04:41:08 PM  
It must be a sign of the times that these conversations are all taking place with no mention of anyone who would just be like a kid out there.

You know.

The one that I don't want to mention because I'm so happy that nobody has mentioned him.

Yeah. That's right. Him.
 
2012-08-16 04:44:47 PM  

Pardon Me Sultan: It must be a sign of the times


It's a sign of the times that we are farking junkies still trying to sweat out the lack of football. Personally I am ready to start the season about two months ago. I swear to god I would kill to see, oh, I don't know, a Browns/Rams game. I'd watch every second with delight.
 
2012-08-16 04:54:12 PM  

JohnBigBootay:
It's a sign of the times that we are farking junkies still trying to sweat out the lack of football. Personally I am ready to start the season about two months ago. I swear to god I would kill to see, oh, I don't know, a Browns/Rams game. I'd watch every second with delight.


Me too.

Read the Browns article up the sports tab if you haven't. Brilliant.
 
2012-08-16 05:08:10 PM  

El Brujo: Read the Browns article up the sports tab if you haven't. Brilliant.


Heh. That's pretty good. Some of the fan comments were priceless. As seattleite it's weird to see such vitriol for Holmgren. But you know what? if the Browns were my team, I'd stick with them. I hope their fans stay loyal. One day they will win and it will be like the most delicious thing ever.
 
2012-08-16 05:19:38 PM  
The interesting thing over the past couple of weeks has been McNabb hanging out at my gym pretty much every day in Tempe. I know he lives out here, but he's probably just biding his time and waiting for Arizona to go in to full panic mode.
 
2012-08-16 05:27:28 PM  
Some guy at the pub was trying to argue that Tavaris Jackson was never given a chance, and if only he would have gotten more starts, he could have been good. I laughed in his face.
 
2012-08-16 06:17:06 PM  

DevilsHorns J: The interesting thing over the past couple of weeks has been McNabb hanging out at my gym pretty much every day in Tempe. I know he lives out here, but he's probably just biding his time and waiting for Arizona to go in to full panic mode.


what do you guys have an all you can eat buffet or something?
 
2012-08-16 06:26:08 PM  

DevilsHorns J: The interesting thing over the past couple of weeks has been McNabb hanging out at my gym pretty much every day in Tempe. I know he lives out here, but he's probably just biding his time and waiting for Arizona to go in to full panic mode.



Huh. I used to see Ed Hochuli there pretty regualrly....and a host of MLB players during spring training.

My wife saw Ice-T there about a month ago. Another friend a day or so later did Zumba / Zoombah with CoCo. said to my wife, "her butt is AMAZING!"

/codename: gym behind Ikea
 
2012-08-16 06:28:15 PM  
Jackson won't work in Arizona. They're a dome team and they need a dome QB that can air it out and throw, reliably, 30+ times a game. You know, like Kurt Warner. They made an attempt at Peyton, but their o-line is a little more porous than Denver's. Skelton did alright and might be capable of further development. Go with him. He's got a better upside than Tavaris.
 
2012-08-16 07:07:52 PM  
Big problem with him was his QB rating on 3rd Down, it was in the low 60s.
 
2012-08-16 07:24:05 PM  
Hey, Derek, did you hear that the cards were thinking of bringing you back in?
cdn.bleacherreport.net
Just kidding, the Cards traded for TJack.
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Do you think that's funny?
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