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of the game at Marlins Park on December 22, 2014 in Miami, Florida.

Paxton Lynch Will Go Down As the GOAT

During round 1 of Thursday night’s NFL Draft, the Denver Broncos came out of the clouds to trade up for the Seattle Seahawks 26th overall pick in order to select Paxton Lynch. Lynch is a quarterback from Memphis and was my personal favorite quarterback to watch in college last year.

Here’s the thing, Paxton Lynch will be the greatest quarterback ever by the time he retires.

First, let’s just make it clear that he’s the Broncos franchise quarterback. Mark Sanchez isn’t coming into camp suddenly with a rocket arm and the ability to read a defense. He will be holding Lynch’s clipboard. As it was written.

Paxton has a cannon attached to his shoulder. He can move in the pocket as well as scramble for first downs which is perfect in a Gary Kubiak quarterback bootleg offense. The man is straight up unphased by defensive pressure.

Throw that raw talent behind the Broncos number 1 defense in the NFL and Lynch will probably have a Super Bowl ring by this time next year.

I don’t want to derail my previous points but the last time the Broncos traded up for a quarterback his name was Tim Tebow and he is currently out of the league sooo yea, take all of this with a grain of salt.

Thanks for reading. Tweet to @TheLesterLee if you think Paxton Lynch is the second coming of Dan Marino as well.

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