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Old 09-02-2018, 03:31 PM
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If we're going to roll with Cardale Jones as a 3rd stringer, might as well drop him and pick up either Davis Webb or Paxton Lynch who just got released.

Just sayin.
Lynch might be a very clever move working with Whiz and Rivers......
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Old 09-02-2018, 03:32 PM
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If we're going to roll with Cardale Jones as a 3rd stringer, might as well drop him and pick up either Davis Webb or Paxton Lynch who just got released.

Just sayin.
Paxton Lynch gets my vote
Most upside of any available qb
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Old 09-02-2018, 03:43 PM
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Paxton Lynch does not have the mental side of playing QB at all. He cannot learn the playbook, let alone read defenses.

Hard pass.
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Lynch might be a very clever move working with Whiz and Rivers......
It could very well be. Great way to put him under Rivers' wings for a couple of years and groom him, then troll Broncos when he excels under Rivers', Lynn's and Whis' tutelage.

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Paxton Lynch gets my vote
Most upside of any available qb
I like Davis Webb too. He looks to be the prototype for a QB that fits under Lynn's and Whis' system. Tall, lanky, good arm. He just needs a good system to play in.

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Paxton Lynch does not have the mental side of playing QB at all. He cannot learn the playbook, let alone read defenses.

Hard pass.
Let's be honest here tho, he did play under Kube and now Vance Joseph. Put him under Lynn and Whis' system and you might be singing a different tune.
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It could very well be. Great way to put him under Rivers' wings for a couple of years and groom him, then troll Broncos when he excels under Rivers', Lynn's and Whis' tutelage.



I like Davis Webb too. He looks to be the prototype for a QB that fits under Lynn's and Whis' system. Tall, lanky, good arm. He just needs a good system to play in.



Let's be honest here tho, he did play under Kube and now Vance Joseph. Put him under Lynn and Whis' system and you might be singing a different tune.
My source is a former NFL GM, who had several candid conversations with Lynch about why it was going so poorly for him in DEN.

The Chargers are diligent about looking at draftable QBs.

I expect that we will draft PRs replacement in two years, probably trading up, and with a world class defense plus an adequate Oline in place.
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Old 09-02-2018, 06:59 PM
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If we're going to roll with Cardale Jones as a 3rd stringer, might as well drop him and pick up either Davis Webb or Paxton Lynch who just got released.

Just sayin.
Yes on Davis Webb. Hard pass on Paxton Lynch who somehow surpasses Cardale Jones in terms of awfulness.
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Paxton Lynch does not have the mental side of playing QB at all. He cannot learn the playbook, let alone read defenses.

Hard pass.
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Yes on Davis Webb. Hard pass on Paxton Lynch who somehow surpasses Cardale Jones in terms of awfulness.
Just the name alone disqualifies him. Swagger and Davis are mutually exclusive.
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Cardale has been around for a good bit now, I see zero Rivers in him.

You want football take:

He takes way too long to get through his progressions.

Makes poor decisions on where to actually throw the ball when he does.

Nobody on the field has a clue where the ball will actually go when he does throw it.

He is easily frustrated into being one dimensional, and simply becomes a running QB, because he sucks at all other aspects of being a QB.


The question I have for you is: If you released Jones, which player would you have retained ?
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