Originally Posted by RunKC
Tommy Tuberville thinks so too. Guess he's a dumbass. He doesn't coach football or anything.
"He is pretty close to what Weeden was in different ways. He has great touch on the ball. He has a lot of speed at receiver. He has that knack of sitting in the pocket. He will take a sack and understands that he does not want to turn it over and that there is another play.”
Btw-I'm still waiting for you to quit whining and give an opinion on the kid.
First I no curr what Tommy Tuberville thinks about Geno Smith because I don't know nor care who Tommy Tuberville is.
Second even if Geno Smith compares to Weeden in the aspects you mention, the upside to Geno Smith is far greater. Geno is young and ready to be coached to get better in the pros. He may struggle in his first year & I expect that from a rookie. The upside to Geno Smith is far greater than worrying about him being a bust. That just isn't fair to a team that hasn't drafted a QB in 30 years in the first round. What I'm really trying to say is don't be a chicken shit.