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    Peyton Manning had Tony Dungee as his head coach, who was never considered a genius, but was one of the winningest coaches in NFL history. Dungy kept his plays simple, unlike other so-called geniuses, and Manning improvised based on the defensive he saw at the line of scrimmage. Sam was told that loser Gase is a genius and believed it to his detriment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    Peyton Manning had Tony Dungee as his head coach, who was never considered a genius, but was one of the winningest coaches in NFL history. Dungy kept his plays simple, unlike other so-called geniuses, and Manning improvised based on the defensive he saw at the line of scrimmage. Sam was told that loser Gase is a genius and believed it to his detriment.
    I don't know about the bolded. Sam's comments would lead you think that but his outbursts at Gase would lead you to think otherwise.
    Dungy was brilliant because he knew his limitations and like you said, kept it simple. Gase, does not know his and therefore does anything but simplify.



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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    Peyton Manning had Tony Dungee as his head coach, who was never considered a genius, but was one of the winningest coaches in NFL history. Dungy kept his plays simple, unlike other so-called geniuses, and Manning improvised based on the defensive he saw at the line of scrimmage. Sam was told that loser Gase is a genius and believed it to his detriment.
    Dungy was a genius.
    His offense called 2 plays in to the QB (1 primary play and the audible).
    Manning would switch to the audible depending on the defensive alignment.
    Dungy understanding the flex in his offense was a brilliant move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    Dungy was a genius.
    His offense called 2 plays in to the QB (1 primary play and the audible).
    Manning would switch to the audible depending on the defensive alignment.
    Dungy understanding the flex in his offense was a brilliant move.
    True genius comes out without having to be promoted as one or being known as a QB whisperer.

    I saw Peyton audible what seemed like entire games sometimes. Based on your comments, I guess many of them were Dungy's calls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    True genius comes out without having to be promoted as one or being known as a QB whisperer.

    I saw Peyton audible what seemed like entire games sometimes. Based on your comments, I guess many of them were Dungy's calls.
    It was 2-fold.
    Dungy sent in 2 plays, Manning had the football intellect to switch to the 2nd playcall based on the defense.

    Manning also had the intelligence to ignore Gase's playcalls and call his own plays.

    Darnold was not developed enough as a QB to be able to do the same in Gase's offense.

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    Colts give up a 2nd next year and a 3rd this year for Wentz.



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    Well the idea of a 1st goes out the window for Sam


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    haha delusional
    Someone underestimated the jets!

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    That 2nd next year can turn into a 1st if Wentz plays 75% of the snaps or 70% and they make the playoffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrX27 View Post
    That 2nd next year can turn into a 1st if Wentz plays 75% of the snaps or 70% and they make the playoffs.
    Good trade for both teams.



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    Quote Originally Posted by scopepts View Post
    Well the idea of a 1st goes out the window for Sam


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    I don't know. Sam's contract is way better and he can be franchised. Wentz's contract is no cakewalk, he's 5 years older than Sam and he has the MO being a prima donna.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kinkotheclown View Post
    I don't know. Sam's contract is way better and he can be franchised. Wentz's contract is no cakewalk, he's 5 years older than Sam and he has the MO being a prima donna.
    Yup. Not the same situations. Canít judge one against the other.

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    Wentz salary is $33.5 Million against the cap. He should also get 75% of the snaps for the Colts and they are a playoff team. For all intensive purposes, it will be a 3rd plus a 1st next year plus salary relief for an older player. Sam Darnold is so worth more than Wentz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnnyi View Post
    wentz salary is $33.5 million against the cap. He should also get 75% of the snaps for the colts and they are a playoff team. For all intensive purposes, it will be a 3rd plus a 1st next year plus salary relief for an older player. Sam darnold is so worth more than wentz.
    ^^^this^^^

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    My top choices, in order:
    1.) Deshaun
    2.) R. Wilson
    3.) Give Sam another year
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    4.) Draft a QB at 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by RGB92 View Post
    My top choices, in order:
    1.) Deshaun
    2.) R. Wilson
    3.) Give Sam another year
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    4.) Draft a QB at 2
    1) Watson (young)
    2) Z Wilson (potential)
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    4) R Wilson (by the time we build a team he'll most likely be on the downside of his career)

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