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Old 10-29-2012, 11:47 AM   #58
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I know, folks love Wilson.

I see so very little about him to be impressed by. He has a decent game every now and then, but c'mon, if Jones had the games that Wilson's had this year, we'd be barbequing him as an inconsistent trainwreck.

He's had 3 legitimately awful games this year, 2 good games and then a bunch of 'meh' games in between. Worse still, one of his good games was that game against Dallas where you or I could've quarterbacked them to a W; I've not seen a team get physically manhandled that badly all season, including the Chiefs. His game against the Packers was a mess, I don't care what the stats say (and the gift TD made that passer rating look a hell of a lot better).

Moreover, he just isn't projectable as a passer; he's physically maxed out, IMO. People are still killing Barkley for his arm strength but it's better than Wilson's.

He's the Golden Child for a lot of guys on the board and I am well aware of it. I just don't see it. He won't be a starting QB in 3 years, IMO.

Like I said, they're different enough guys that I'll give the people that like him a pass; there are clearly separations between the two that could make people like Wilson over Jones. That said, I don't buy them. Wilson may be one of those guys that gets taken along for the ride by a superior defense one of these days, but he's never going to be anything more than a barely adequate NFL quarterback.

He's a guy that any team with designs on a championship should be looking to replace, IMO. The hype around a short, erratic QB with questionable accuracy and decision-making is fairly nuts to me.

I disagree with most of this post but mainly the bolded part. You're entitled to your opinion and you're not a dunce. I enjoy these discussions. I'll provide a more in-depth analysis of Wilson v. Jones later if you'd like and I'd love for you to go over it.
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I have completely given up on Alex Smith as a qb. Its painful to watch. Like, worse than watching Colt McCoy.
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