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Old 01-13-2013, 05:30 PM  
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Russell Wilson

I am so proud of this dude, so close to winning his first 2 playoff games. He is going to win us a Superbowl someday. What a rollercoaster of a game today.. JFC!
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:26 PM   #136
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Not very accurate and wants to run before pass. I watched him pass up touchdown passes to run twenty yards and he'd over throw receivers by ten yards against the redskins. Defenses will adjust to his shtick if he doesn't start to throw the ball better. Kapernick and RGIII can make throw's he can't come close to replicating.
What game were you watching?
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:30 PM   #137
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Not very accurate and wants to run before pass. I watched him pass up touchdown passes to run twenty yards and he'd over throw receivers by ten yards against the redskins. Defenses will adjust to his shtick if he doesn't start to throw the ball better. Kapernick and RGIII can make throw's he can't come close to replicating.
He threw for 300 yards in the SECOND HALF.

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Old 01-13-2013, 08:37 PM   #138
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Hmmm, Not sure how much you have seen him play this year, but what you are describing is not the same Russel Wilson I've watched all year (Season ticket holder).

I am extremely proud of RW3 and the rest of our team. Should have had that one today..
I envy you. An up and coming team in that stadium... Well worth the money.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:38 PM   #139
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Yep, nice player.
Congrats Joe!
And for a great season too.
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:42 PM   #140
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Not very accurate and wants to run before pass. I watched him pass up touchdown passes to run twenty yards and he'd over throw receivers by ten yards against the redskins. Defenses will adjust to his shtick if he doesn't start to throw the ball better. Kapernick and RGIII can make throw's he can't come close to replicating.
He had 385 yards passing and 60 yards rushing.... 36 passing attempts to 7 rushes.

I don't know how an individual looking at those stats can come to that conclusion, but wow. I am amazed. It's as if you just started typing without asking yourself "does this really make sense, or will i make myself look like a complete fool by saying this?"
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:15 PM   #141
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Not very accurate and wants to run before pass. I watched him pass up touchdown passes to run twenty yards and he'd over throw receivers by ten yards against the redskins. Defenses will adjust to his shtick if he doesn't start to throw the ball better. Kapernick and RGIII can make throw's he can't come close to replicating.
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:25 PM   #142
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Wrong.
Don't wory Sorter, I put him in red just so it's easy to spot the idiots.

Boy there have been a bunch of them around here lately.
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:28 PM   #143
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I hope no one takes this as me "bashing" Luck. I know he'll be great.

He just wasn't nearly on the same level as Wilson. No way.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:05 PM   #144
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I'll take Luck.
I like Andrew Luck. He shakes off blocks - Big guy, good presence on the field - tight spiral - he can move with ease in the pocket. throws with accuracy

just my opinion.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:05 PM   #145
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I like Luck. He shakes off blocks - Big guy, good presence on the field - tight spiral - he can move with ease in the pocket. throws with accuracy

just my opinion.
I like them all.
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Old 01-13-2013, 11:29 PM   #146
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The guy doesn't get rattled at all. Completely fearless and a real class act. I hope he can continue to do well because he's a lot of fun to watch and an easy guy to root for.
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Old 01-14-2013, 12:55 AM   #147
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I like them all.
The question becomes, which quarterback would you want to build your team around?



From Hank Gola's article in the NY Daily News on Thursday:

Quarterbacks like Griffin III, Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick and Cam Newton – guys with both cannons and jets – all have an indefinite expiration date, a window, perhaps, of when they'll be their best. The more a QB runs, the more he's exposed to injury – knees, concussions and otherwise.

But for football fans in general, everybody got screwed when the Redskins mishandled RG3's knee injury. Hopefully, RG3, motivated athlete that he is, pulls an Adrian Peterson and comes back from surgery as good as new. But if he doesn't, we've all been denied seeing the best of a once-in-a-lifetime player.

That's the shame of it, that perhaps we got just a glimpse of his potential for just a stretch of his rookie season.

Thankfully, Wilson, Kaepernick and Newton have avoided injuries so far, but each time one takes off and a bigger defender is bearing down on them, their fans have to be holding their breaths.

Running quarterbacks are nothing new of course. They used to be called scramblers. Gil Brandt, the former Cowboys GM, joked that they'd hold up a sign "Stop, Roger, Stop" whenever Roger Staubach pulled in the football. But somehow guys like Staubach and Fran Tarkenton avoided serious knee injuries. Quarterbacks, in general, did. Joe Namath was an exception.

Then, as the speed and size of the players increased, so did the injury factor. Randall Cunningham never was the same after he blew out his knee the first week of the 1991 season. With Michael Vick, it's been more of a cumulative effect that has worn down his body and battered his brain.

Vick was still an exception when he came out of Virginia Tech. He debuted with the Falcons as the first modern video-game quarterback. Now, with the influx of the quarterback/athlete and the threat that he can bring to an offense, these guys are going to be easier to find – and more difficult to measure.

When the Colts were deciding between Griffin III and Andrew Luck as the No. 1 pick, they knew either one could turn around their franchise. They went with Luck in part because, as a more traditional pocket passer, he'd have the longer career.

The question will come up again when Texas A&M's Johnny Manziel comes up for the draft. Plenty of teams will be lining up for him, but it's going to take an organizational commitment because of the style of player he is.

ESPN's business analyst Andrew Brandt, a former player agent who worked for nine years in the Packers' front office, agrees that special considerations have to be taken.

"Obviously it depends on which running quarterback," Brandt said. "The Redskins went in with their eyes open with RG3 and the fact that he had an ACL injury in 2009. They were still willing to mortgage their future to trade up to get him. Whether someone would do that for a non-special talent remains to be seen. It's tough to make a blanket statement. I think teams are going to look at styles and project out durability issues."

The Redskins' commitment to Griffin makes their handling of his injury all the more questionable because they changed their entire offense to suit him. It was RG3's team before he ever set foot in Redskins Park.

"Every team has its own evaluation and the Redskins made a choice that this investment is going to be worth whatever it took," Brandt said. "Now a running quarterback taken in the fourth or fifth round (Kansas State's Collin Klein for example) is a different animal. It depends on the investment level and the buy-in from the coaches about how to run things.

"A lot of times it revolves around what you have in place already," Brandt said. "The Redskins were certainly convinced that whatever they have in place was not working and they were going to move on to whatever system would put Griffin in the best system to succeed. That's a large investment way beyond the money."

It remains to be seen whether these new-age quarterbacks can flourish or whether they're flashes in the pan, as brilliant as those flashes may be.

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...icle-1.1237353
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Old 01-14-2013, 01:00 AM   #148
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SF 49ers don't believe Kaepernick will suffer same fate as RGIII.


From Ebenezer Samuel's article in NY Daily News on January 11:


The Kaep Attack doesn’t utilize the read-option as frequently as the RG3-led Redskins have, but Kaepernick’s versatility has still thrown defenders off-balance, allowing San Francisco to score 25 points in six of his seven starts this season.

“He’s a strong athlete,” Packers coach Mike McCarthy said of Kaepernick.

“Can do everything from the pocket, out of the pocket.”

But the Niners’ read-option package also places Kaepernick at risk every single time he scrambles from the pocket, or keeps the ball on a read-option play. And that risk hasn’t escaped coach Jim Harbaugh, who was reminded of that last Sunday.

“Does it make you think about (safety)? Sure, yeah,” Harbaugh said. “That’s something you think about, the health and safety of your quarterback.”

Nevertheless, Harbaugh didn’t indicate that the Niners would change their system, because San Fran believes its read-option maestro is more durable than RG3. While his lanky frame is hardly Tebow-esque, Kaepernick stands 6-4 and weighs 230 pounds, and safety Donte Whitner said he can deliver hits as well as he takes them.

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/fo...icle-1.1238637


On Saturday, Kaepernick ran for 181 yards on 16 carries. He ran for 20 and 56 yards on two plays.

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Kaepernick topped Vick's mark with the 56-yard keeper on an option play in the third quarter. That gave Kaepernick 163 yards on 12 carries, also setting a 49ers franchise record for the postseason.

Kaepernick had 11 carries for 107 yards rushing by halftime.
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Old 01-14-2013, 06:03 PM   #149
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Crazy stat..

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The 2012-2013 season has seen 264 total games to this point with each of those games having at least two QB performances. So 528+ QB performances this year.

Of those over 500 performances, just 86 of them scored on par with Wilson's performance yesterday. Only EIGHT times all season, IN OVER FIVE HUNDRED PERFORMANCES, did a QB perform that well and lose. The odds of performing that well and losing is 1.5% (528/8).

And Wilson owns THREE of those EIGHT. Not only that, but ALL of those losses came in Seattle's 8-3 stretch to end the season.

Now remember that Seattle finished with the #1 scoring defense in the NFL. This takes the term "hard luck" to a whole new level.

That kind of luck won't continue forever. Another reason for optimism.
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I like the fact that he can run but only if he needs to unlike that fool at San Fran.

I hate running qb's.
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