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10 minutes ago, Forge said:

Would it bother anyone if Lance was drafted into a situation where he didn't play in year one and therefore didn't have a whole lot of game experience over the course of two full years?

Seems like the right way to handle him, if you can.

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7 minutes ago, jrry32 said:

Seems like the right way to handle him, if you can.

I really wish he were playing this year though.  I kind of worry when people don't play for like two years. Granted, worked for Rodgers. 

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Lance will cost a coach and gm their job. Aside from having the physical tools, I would not touch him until the 3rd round.

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On 11/15/2020 at 1:21 AM, Forge said:

Would it bother anyone if Lance was drafted into a situation where he didn't play in year one and therefore didn't have a whole lot of game experience over the course of two full years?

I think this is the only way to handle him and I don't think anything is wrong with that. IIRC Steve McNair sat for a few years and became a really good QB in this league, I can see a similar track for him. But playing right away would nothing short of disaster for him

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1 hour ago, MSURacerDT55 said:

I think this is the only way to handle him and I don't think anything is wrong with that. IIRC Steve McNair sat for a few years and became a really good QB in this league, I can see a similar track for him. But playing right away would nothing short of disaster for him

Idk, I mean ideally you let him sit for a few games at least but I don't think he's as big of a "work in progress" or "super raw" as some people think.

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1 hour ago, .Buzz said:

Idk, I mean ideally you let him sit for a few games at least but I don't think he's as big of a "work in progress" or "super raw" as some people think.

Thats fair, it also depends on where he goes. If he goes somewhere where he has a guy who is a great QB developer he can shorten that learning curve a lot faster 

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On 11/15/2020 at 12:21 AM, Forge said:

Would it bother anyone if Lance was drafted into a situation where he didn't play in year one and therefore didn't have a whole lot of game experience over the course of two full years?

I think that's the ideal situation.  He's raw.  Like uncooked meat raw.  If you play him Y1 in the NFL, you'll break him.  Someone like Minnesota seems like a logical landing spot.

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23 minutes ago, CWood21 said:

I think that's the ideal situation.  He's raw.  Like uncooked meat raw.  If you play him Y1 in the NFL, you'll break him.  Someone like Minnesota seems like a logical landing spot.

WFT Round 1 confirmed.

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