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Roethlisberger might not be having a good year right now, but he did a lot more for the Steelers his rookie year than people give him credit for. The year before they stunk, finishing 5-10-1. The only change they made the next year was at QB and they went 15-1. The guy is a very good QB who had a slump, but will win more than 1 SB in his career.
Leinart has a better arm, and throws a nicer ball, period. + LeinartHe is also decisive, like Grads, and doesn't hesitate. =He seems to have somewhat better vision + LeinartLeinart has more valulable experience, seems more comfortable with what he sees on the field. + LeinartCharisma I can't tell, but I'd say it's hard to have more than Grads, so I'll put this as =Grads is far more mobile +GradsGrads is already in a system that seems tailored to him, Leinart is going to have one built around him. That'll take some time so +GradsGrads has a Taskmaster Coach with a history of developing great QB's. Leinart has Denny Green. +Grads
Pretty much on the money, except that charisma statement. Leinert is pure So Cal, the OC, Hollywood like everyone likes to say. Million-dollar smile, smooth interview, proven to be cool in the biggest pressure games, adored by young girls and rumor has it he charmed the pants off of Paris Hilton (like that's hard lol)..Hardly anyone outside of Tampa and Toledo know who Grad is..
uncharacteristic??? After only 1 game he's built up characteristics? If you are referring to his college days, then the player bio's I read after the draft all stated he was innaccurate on his deep balls. I'm just curious where you came up with that line of thought?
You keep reading those player bios.Â I saw with my own eyes Gradkowski throw a perfect play action pass to Galloway.Â Late in the game he made a nice sideline throw to Hilliard too.
Grads has an adequate arm, although he had a few bad passes last weekend.
Regardless of all the stats and comparisons. the most importanant is Grads 1.6$ mil wage to Lienarts 51$ mil
Right now that is important, but if Grads steps up I am sure he will get a large multi year deal at the end of next season.
Maybe but not a mega deal like Leinart received.Â
Who knows? If he develops and runs Grudenâ€™s offense well he will deserves starters money, and that is roughly what Leinartâ€™s rookie deal is.