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  • Let me ask you something seriously about Daniel Jones I hear you talking about.

  • Hey, Daniel Jones is not the problem about seven first thing because you use everything I say.

  • Daniel Jones is not the problem.

  • He could.

  • He's not homes or Russell Wilson.

  • Aaron Rodgers obviously, right, of course.

  • But he could be a serviceable guy for a lot of years, Right?

  • When a lot of games, here's my problem.

  • Key.

  • You draft sixth overall.

  • They're serviceable guys floating around every year.

  • Uh, you know, Fitzpatrick or or or uh, Teddy Bridgewater or, uh, Nick Foles.

  • You can have one of those dudes every year, every other year, a guy like that comes up serviceable.

  • Good.

  • You can win with them all that kind of stuff.

  • What do we got?

  • A draft sixth overall and then wait years for a dude to be serviceable.

  • What's Daniel Jones is upside, In your opinion, he's a potential Super Bowl type quarterback.

  • But when you say C c, when you say serviceable you, it's six.

  • So what if What if you wasn't taking the guy at six and you took him in the third round?

  • What?

  • What, you think that might look like at at quarterback.

  • What if you didn't take your guys six.

  • And you said I'm gonna take a quarterback in the third round.

  • What do you think that third round quarterback looks like?

  • It depends who's there.

  • No, No.

  • Like, I think you could probably gotten Daniel Jones in the second round.

  • What do you think?

  • A third round quarterback.

  • It looks like you think they all looked like Russell Wilson, huh?

  • No.

  • I see what you're saying.

  • It's more likely that you get a good quarterback in the upper parts of the draft than as you move down.

  • That is true.

  • Like for every Russell Wilson.

  • They're a bunch of guys who didn't pan out.

  • You just said it more complicated than I did.

  • I just gave you a simple way of explaining.

  • If you take a guy at the six weeks, he's gonna be cool.

  • If you take a guy in the third round, man, that dude gonna be holy clipboards for the next 10 years.

  • Yeah, but my point is, how long is it gonna take for like, Daniel Jones?

  • Last night overthrew everybody.

  • He's not consistently and he also tried to play the hero and turned the ball over a couple of bad throws, a couple interception, a couple bathrooms.

  • He I don't mind me personally.

  • I'm a belief that you got to get players around guys for him to be successful, because I agree I don't They don't have their around guys.

  • They're not gonna be successful key.

  • There's a chance.

  • I think there's a solid chance that Daniel Jones winds up in above average quarterback.

  • I wouldn't put it 50 50 but I think there's a solid chance.

  • My point is this.

  • Gettleman average quarterbacks have won Super Bowls, sure, but my point is dental.

  • That has been there.

  • Yeah, the Giants had to.

  • The Giants had Phil Simms and Eli Manning average above average quarterbacks in the regular season.

  • Between them, they won three Super Bowls, and when you kinda Hostettler, there's four, you know.

  • So they've done it in this way in the past.

  • Not that here.

  • It's not an issue that I would take that, but that's we're hoping for a lot.

  • In other words, in none of those seasons, will Daniel Jones be favored to win the super Well.

  • Maybe he does it, and if he does You can't take that for granted.

  • But why not look for a new elite talent in the draft like you hit your wagon to it.

  • To an average guy.

  • Yeah, knucklehead.

  • What are the Aaron Rodgers?

  • Do you?

  • What is Aaron Rodgers?

  • Aaron Rodgers is this.

  • He's a superhuman player.

  • He's amazing.

  • Okay.

  • How many Super Bowls does he want?

  • He's 11 Okay, well, you take a superhuman player that wins one, and you take above average guys that have won multiple Super Bowls, you understand?

  • No, no, wait.

  • But you're you're You're reversing your own argument, kid.

  • You're on the one hand.

  • You're saying it depends what you put around them, right?

  • So obviously, Aaron Rodgers hasn't had as much.

  • You need less around Aaron Rodgers to win a Super Bowl.

  • Then you're gonna get around the lesser quarterback.

  • Aaron Rodgers won a Super Bowl.

  • What do you think he had around him?

  • You think he had never.

  • So you're telling me the dudes that he had around him couldn't play that Donald drivers in the world with Aaron Rodgers?

  • If Aaron Rodgers had a defense right now, I think they meet the chiefs in the Super Bowl.

  • this season, you guys dated a sports talk radio.

  • Let me let me get this straight.

  • Your argument is your argument.

  • The following your argument is Aaron Rodgers needs just a ZMA around him, as Daniel Jones is going to need in order to win a Super Bowl.

  • Was that what what I'm telling you, Clears have toe have guys around them?

  • It doesn't matter.

  • Aaron Rodgers is a great quarterback Hall of Fame worthy quarterback.

  • There's no question about it, But you got to have players.

  • If you did not have players, you wouldn't be good.

  • If Aaron Rodgers didn't have Donald Driver and all those guys when he played, he wouldn't want a Super Bowl.

  • He wouldn't.

  • Yes, everyone.

  • The NFL more than any other sport.

  • You need a team, of course, stop.

  • But some quarterbacks need more of a team than others.

  • Why don't you stop complaining about, uh, Danny dines and he doesn't have players and he doesn't have this.

  • Why don't you stop complaining and just let it work itself?

  • If he's dead, if if he's Danny Nichols will be lucky.

  • Number one Number two Stop complaining.

  • Working.

  • Gettleman.

  • Gettleman!

  • Gettleman is in.

  • Gettleman.

  • Is in year three of a Rebuild, and I'm supposed to be happy that they're one in seven, but they're losing competitively and your three.

  • I didn't get a ridiculous Gettleman was great general manager.

  • That's not what I said.

  • I think this is my beef thing.

  • This is my my beef is not with Daniel Jones.

  • My my beef isn't with Daniel Jones.

  • I just said there's a solid chance he winds up in above average quarterback.

  • We agree about that.

  • But how long?

  • I gotta wait five years for Gettleman to feel the team that can compete with Maybe if we're lucky and above average quarterback, which he reached for it.

  • Six.

  • That's my whole point is that you don't have to wait.

  • Well, that's right, if Daniel Jones continues to develop.

  • But in fact, I thought mawr of him early last year that I think of him Right now.

  • I think of anything he's not progressing.

  • He's regressing.

  • It's your to supposed to be taking a step forward this year.

  • I'm not ready to give up on the court just yet, so that yet let's see where it goes.

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