Thread: Upcoming QBs
03-20-2013, 04:22 PM #1
So I am looking for a couple new QBs to invest in. I am looking for under the radar type guys. So for example I had invested in several Ryan Mallett, Colin Kaepernick, etc. Kaepernick paid off big, but it looks like Mallett is gonna be a bust....any back up QBs, low value rookie QBs out there anyone is looking to talk about potential wise??
03-20-2013, 07:50 PM #2
Keep buying Kap. Also, from what I see, Wilson is still going lower than what he can output. Wilson, in my opinion, has all the tools to win a superbowl. Also, Kirk Cousins is a great long-term investment. He's cheap, and he's already proven he can win games by himself.
03-20-2013, 08:43 PM #3
Kellen Moore. JK
I would consider Osweiler, might turn out to be one of those Favre/Rodgers situations.
(Off topic question)
Whats wrong with the hobby today everyone wants to "invest" in players that are going to hit it big. What happened to investing in a guy you liked?
03-20-2013, 10:22 PM #4
good luck. This isn't an investment hobby. Its all by chance. I say buy in on several young qbs and odds are one will make it. The one that does should make up for any loss. Truth be told if anyone really knew the sure answer to this question they wouldn't tell you. Don't heavily invest in anyone unproven unless its a pc guy.
03-20-2013, 10:27 PM #5
03-20-2013, 10:38 PM #6
Honestly, I think I would still grab a Mallett or two. I think he has genuine upside potential. He's a guy who could parlay filling in for Tommy into a real deal, i.e. Cassel or Matt Flynn, not that either has done a whole lot yet.
But yeah... stay away from that Kellen Moore guy...
03-20-2013, 10:49 PM #7
what about devier Posey? He tore his Achilles and won't be back till the middle of the season but people seem to want his stuff more and more :-)
03-21-2013, 12:13 PM #8
Hasn't Kap pretty much hit his cap for a long time to come? His cards are hot right now, so I don't seeing that being a wise investment for now.
03-21-2013, 12:21 PM #9
I disagree meandsharon11, saying its not a hobby for them and about people investing just to make a quick buck. Not everyone has very much money to collect the players they like. Investing, trading and selling cards is obviously a natural solution to that problem. I have a stock of cards of players that I like and will not sell, honestly most of them don't have much value and that is OK. But if I want to buy a National Treasures patch auto of Colin Kaepernick, the fact is I just cant afford that card....so I have to work up to it. One way to do that is by investing in low cost players and reselling them later once they hit big. Not only can that help me eventually buy the cards of the players I like, it also is a fun part of card collecting.
Last edited by ctmarco3; 03-21-2013 at 12:27 PM.
03-21-2013, 12:30 PM #10