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Old 10-26-2016, 06:54 PM
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If you were one of these QBs.. Would the thought enter your head of possibly returning to college for another year since the likelihood of Cleveland having the first pick is very real?

San Francisco, Chicago and Cleveland.. One of those three will most likely have the top pick.

SF is in disarray at coach.. Chicago is probably the place you'd hope you went and Cleveland is.. Cleveland. I like Hue Jackson, but.. Cleveland.

Kizer has no chance at the championship this year.. Watson does.. I really don't think there's any chance that either come back for another year of college and I can't say I blame them.. Two words.. Marcus Lattimore.

It's not without precedence. Luck did it. And that turned out pretty well for him. Who would have thought when he decided to go back to Stanford that he basically changed his fate from St Louis to Indianapolis?
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