Originally Posted by Detoxing
I love the "in a blizzard with strong winds" qualifier.
What is so difficult about saying he is a good prospect that had a bad game? Why can't you give him a decent analysis of what happened rather than posting some irrelevant stats that don't even begin to tell the story?
He didn't have a bad game.
His defense had an atrocious game.
His offensive line had a very bad game.
He made the throws he needed to make in adverse weather conditions.
He had receivers drop balls that hit them directly in the chest. He had a corner route in the end zone where the ball was perfectly thrown but the receivers got tangled up in trying to set a pick on the route. He threw a tight sideline ball for a first down but had the receiver simply stopped on the route.
As someone said, due to the inclement weather conditions, this was a game that was going to be won by the team with the best running game and best defense. It was. There was no way that you were going to see either team going downfield. The footing was atrocious, the ball slick and there was heavy snow and heavy winds.
Ryan Nassib had a substantially worse day as a passing QB than Geno did and Nassib is a potential borderline first rounder as well that holds nearly every Syracuse passing record.
I'm sorry if you can't figure all this out and see that for all things considered, Geno had a decent day. It was far from a bad game.