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21 ALL THE WAY


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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:28 pm    Post subject: Future QB Reply with quote

Just was thinking what would you guys think about starting a thread were we keep the stats and information on the guy you want to be or think will be our QB of the future. Guys like Luck, Barlkey, Jones or whoever else. Just so we can keep our eye on them throughout the season and not just when the draft comes.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 8:57 pm    Post subject: Re: Future QB Reply with quote

21 ALL THE WAY wrote:
Just was thinking what would you guys think about starting a thread were we keep the stats and information on the guy you want to be or think will be our QB of the future. Guys like Luck, Barlkey, Jones or whoever else. Just so we can keep our eye on them throughout the season and not just when the draft comes.

Thats a great idea! But Jones numbers wont fit after a 51-14 win lol or Luck too didnt they put up like 60 or something Shocked
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While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)
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PARROTHEAD wrote:
While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)


+1 RGIII would be an awesome consolation prize
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have a Landry Jones thread in the NFL draft forum where I make Game Notes, I can post them here in stead I guess...
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:24 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PARROTHEAD wrote:
While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)


Which game was this? From this past weekend?
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:41 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PARROTHEAD wrote:
While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)


You talk about these "cupcakes" that #1 Defense played a lot of Cupcakes too.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 10:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I like RGIII
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah i've even said before to that i didn't want us to blow this season cause even if we do get 8 wins we could get a guy iike RGIII and i would be so happy.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I'm currently tracking 17 QBs (I have others I might consider as well). The following gentlemen were culled from the Maxwell, Walter Camp, and O'Brien watch lists from this summer as well as the Feb 11 heismanpundit.com watchlist and Aug 30 first vote.

Appearing on all five lists:
Landry Jones, Oklahoma
Andrew Luck, Stanford
Kellen Moore, Boise State
Denard Robinson, Michigan

Appearing on four of the five lists (unless noted, the one list they are off is the Aug 30 first heismanpundit.com vote):
Matt Barkley, USC
Robert Griffin III, Baylor
Taylor Martinez, Nebraska (not included in the Walter Camp watch list)
Bryant Moniz, Hawaii
Aaron Murray, Georgia
Geno Smith, West Virginia
Darron Thomas, Oregon

Appearing on three of the five lists (unless noted, the two lists they are off are the heismanpundit.com polls):
Kirk Cousins
Dayne Crist, Notre Dame (not included in the Walter Camp watch list; injured)
Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois
Case Keenum, Houston
Dan Persa, Northwestern (injured)

(there are another 25 possible guys who at least show up on one of the lists, but as of right now, I'm ignoring them)


Guys I would avoid because of them being too run-oriented:
Robert Griffin III (career run:pass ratio = 0.439)
Chandler Harnish (career run:pass ratio = 0.477)
Taylor Martinez (career run:pass ratio = 0.830 Exclamation)
Dan Persa (career run:pass ratio = 0.640)
Denard Robinson (career run:pass ratio = 0.994 Exclamation)

I watched the end of the TCU-Baylor game. Griffin was a playmaker, but he was taking some serious hits. I'm not sure he can survive long term playing like that in the NFL.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thaiphoon wrote:
PARROTHEAD wrote:
While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)


Which game was this? From this past weekend?


Baylor TCU. On Friday.

Cant go by that career run thing for RG3 Woz. Other night he only had 17yds rushing. While near 400 passing 5 tds.
Plus his line wasnt to sharp in the past causing sacks. B12 Ds were after him awful. Lot of sacks and tackles behind the line cause he was running for his life.
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WalterRedskins wrote:
PARROTHEAD wrote:
While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)


You talk about these "cupcakes" that #1 Defense played a lot of Cupcakes too.


Yea, and that D held Baylor last year like 42-10.
RG3 grew massively last year, and his progress looks like its continuing.
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PostPosted: Mon Sep 05, 2011 11:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

PARROTHEAD wrote:
Thaiphoon wrote:
PARROTHEAD wrote:
While the rest pounded cupcakes. RG3 put up 50 on last years no.1 defense that held teams to 12ppg.
Hit on passes of 60+, 3 more I think 40+'s.
Like said, hes not an athlete thats a qb. Hes a qb thats an athlete. Deadly accurate at any range. Can buy time in the pocket, isnt afraid to take a hit, smart kid, great leader.
If the Skins cant pick in the top 5 to get one Luck or Landry. I want RG3.
(Actually might take him over Landry, see how the season goes first though.)


Which game was this? From this past weekend?


Baylor TCU. On Friday.

Cant go by that career run thing for RG3 Woz. Other night he only had 17yds rushing. While near 400 passing 5 tds.
Plus his line wasnt to sharp in the past causing sacks. B12 Ds were after him awful. Lot of sacks and tackles behind the line cause he was running for his life.


38 yards rushing, but who's counting?

27 pass attempts, 10 rushes, 1 sack (sacks count as rushes in college). Even if he was running for his life (and more than a couple of those were not due to TCU's pressure), he was running out in the open a lot. Late in the game, when he took off running, he wouldn't slide. He got smacked a couple of times.

He's a very good passer (career stats: 530-817 (64.87%), 6432 yds (7.87 YPA), 46 TD, 11 INT), but he runs a lot (averaging 12.82 rushes/start), and he missed a significant number of games in '09 due to injury. He's an option QB; there are not many of them in the NFL.
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I was talking previous seasons when he would run. Defenses were all over him in the backfield. He didnt do well last year against TCU cause of it.
Line is much improved even with losing the Wakins (sp?).

Didnt know he ended with 38. With a few mins left I remember seeing a stat saying 17yds.

Does need to learn to go down. But hes not afraid of those hits which is a great thing. Bad for him or not. Laughing

Accuracy on deep balls surprised me though. He forced that D to spread out. Wasnt like LSU Oregon where Oregon packed up to 8 in the box. He forced lanes there for the run connecting deep like he was.
Really think he is someone that a qb coach would look forward to working with at the next level. He listens, works hard, and unlike guys like VY TP and all. Cares. lol
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