Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by ndanger, Mar 10, 2006.
Brees in New Orleans would be great for Peyton and his new diggs Huh?
Following BPs advice. Interesting.
Better than listening to anyone in the NO organization:laugh2:
Especially after all the rhetoric around here that all Coach Parcells does is lord it over his assistant coaches and they just cannot wait to get the bloody hell away from him.
I think that is why BP coaches are hot commodities ,because BP continues to give advice to these guys so failing is not as likely
It's smoke and mirrors, they aren't going to pass up on Leinart or Young. Brees is very overrated and coming off a serious shoulder injury.
But then again this is the same franchise that traded an entire draft to land Rickey Williams, so who know what they might do.
True. He'd be tough to work with sometimes, but BPs underlings can usually write their own tickets afterwards.
Brees must keep his brain in that mole if he would go to New Orleans and not even entertain the idea of going to Miami or elsewhere.
I do see this as a good fit...N.O. has a decent veteran offense and with a QB they could be pretty good ...I think N.O. is a lot closer to contending than people think and if they can trade that pick to drop down and still get either the best Dlineman or best Olineman in the draft then whats wrong with that
If Parcells really told Payton to go after Brees he should be fired on the spot.
Helping any potential opponent hurts Dallas.
Sign Brees and then trade us your 1st rd pick New Orleans.
Who would we take at #2?
Leinart or AJ Hawk
Overrated in your opinion. Many others think Brees is a top ten QB. I think this is a horrible mistake for Brees. Many good NFL guys have gone there and failed. Brees is next in line.
what do we trade to get there and why?
He did get the hell away from him though. :laugh2:
Opinions are just that, sure I think he's overrated and I'm sure others share this feeling as well....I've also seen a lot of people hype him up beyond belief and call him the best free agent available.
I think the biggest issue is the injury he suffered in a meaningless finale against denver, some have downplayed it...but I think the front office in san diego knows its a serious issue, combine that with the fact they have a younger top 10 pick sitting there collecting dust, it's not a surprise they will let brees walk.
i wonder who are the teams looking to trade up, if new orleans decides to not take a qb at number 2. perhaps the jets or the raiders, if neither one of them doesn't make a trade for a qb. heck, the titans might also want to move up to make sure that they do get the chance to unite norm chow and matt leinart.