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Posted 25 Nov 2014For the most part the best QBs are the ones who learn before starting. outside of a choice few. Throwing a rookie into the fire is sometimes too much for them to handle and could ruin a promising career.
That`s just your opinion.Not a fact. Try doing some research. Most of the teams have franchise qb`s.
Looking at all the teams with CURRENT franchise qbs(yes I actually took the time and did the research like usual)....most of them started from day one or just a few games into their rookie season.The rest around half way into their rookie season.
Very few started later.Injuries took a few out the first year after starting day one.
Rodgers came in later only because of Favre retiring every year then coming back.Until they kicked him out.
Brady and Romo are the exceptions because of their low draft picks. Brady came in the second season when Bledsoe got injured like in game two. And Romo sat for years.
So from the averages of current NFL franchise qb`s the good qb`s started day one or didn't sit long.
My point is the Jets need to hire some actual scouts that knows wtf they are are doing and draft a qb that is actually NFL ready or has the skills to learn while playing and can start from day one or a couple games into their rookie year and actually be a franchise qb. F*ck this sitting and learning logic.
Posted 20 Nov 2014Favre and Marino were "drug addicts."
I'm not saying Winston won't be a f***-up, just saying you never know the whole story or how someone can change.
Favre and Marino though didn't suffer the scrutiny that goes on with players today... Plus they didn't have the type of allegations that Winston has such as raping a girl, saying "f*** her right in the pussy" to a student run tv show, and also playing it all off terribly. This guy is bad BAD news. I wouldn't want this guy even if he is good, which I honestly think he won't be. Reminds me exactly of Ryan Leaf.
Didn't Rapelesburger get away with two different rapes? And yet women still wear his jersey because he is good at football just because he got away with it because it was his word against the woman's both times.Once might be coincidence but being accused of rape twice convinces me that he is one.
And yet women get scrutinized for wearing Ray Rice jersey`s. No telling what led up to the event in Rice`s situation. I never hit my wife but sure felt like it a few times as mouthy as she gets and getting in my face screaming at me. Especially when she was drinking(mean drunk woman).
Either way I held my composure punched the wall a couple times then had to fix the holes later.
Both are bad and very wrong but a rapist is way worse than someone beating their spouse. Sometimes one of the parties is just violence and is fully at fault but usually in spousal abuse situations there is some degree of fault from both parties. Rape is a whole different level.
Posted 17 Nov 2014This shouldnt surprise you at all there is a reason they only play 16 games in the NFL and why they are trying to change the way the game is played. We all love hard hits and all.....the old style NFL but from a stand point of a fan of the players most of the NFL players in hard hitting positions dont live a long life. Not to mention all the brain damage.
Not sure if you remember that article we read about Jason Taylor of the Dolphins of how much pain he was in and had to sleep standing up. Most of these players in hard hitting positions suffer from severe pain the rest of their lives post NFL. So them popping pain pills shouldn't surprise anyone.
Also the older you get the more arthritic you get from old injuries.
Posted 17 Nov 2014You need to be more clear......this year or as a career franchise? I picked the Mets
Posted 16 Nov 2014Ok you guys have some valid points but I do remember some talent from Geno but as A1 said we will never know for sure unless he has an all pro or all madden team around him so with what we have seen out of Geno I can agree with what he does that he has sucked. I still think he would be a lot better if we didnt have one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL. I keep track of offense line stats each week like ive posted before and it does kind of prove my point. Rg3 and Kaepernick sucked today again because of their bad offensive lines. The 49rs won but it took the defense to win the game with 5 interceptions on Eli. If not for that the Giants would've won.
Kaepernick and RG3 can not play in the pocket.....well I take that back....maybe they could if they had good offensive lines.
Kaepernick is better than Rg3 by miles in the pocket if he has a good offensive line. RG3 isn't even with a good offensive line. As I stated earlier in the thread both RG3 and Kaepernick are similar to Romo`s style of play.
Obviously Romo cant run the ball down the field making plays on his feet like RG3 and Kaepernick but all three of these qb`s are much better stats completing passes and explosive passes when they can scramble in the backfield with protection to complete the pass.
Its been stated for years that when Romo is stuck in the pocket his numbers are usually bad.Romo is getting better protection so he is able to scramble outside the pocket to complete his passes
RG3 and Kaepernick have terrible offensive lines so they aren't getting protection they need to scramble in the backfield outside the pocket to complete the passes.
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