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: August 31, 2011, 01:12:12 AM

http://www.nfl.com/videos/nfl-network-total-access/09000d5d821d762f/Best-QB-from-2009-class?module=HP11_content_stream

One picks Sanchez other picks Stafford...


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#1 : August 31, 2011, 01:23:25 AM

People take preseason too seriously.

Throw for 25 TDs and only 6 INTs in the regular season, and it's nothing, but do well against teams with no real gameplan in the preseason and be anointed the best QB of your draft.

I hope the defense massacres Stafford in week 1. I'd like to see a bunch of sacks on him, but that'll probably just injure him again, and leave people still talking about how much potential he has. I'll settle for 4 INTs and 0 TDs though.

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#2 : August 31, 2011, 01:30:51 AM

Clearly a lot of people have a problem putting a great amount of stock into the pre-season...


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#3 : August 31, 2011, 01:44:14 AM

Clearly its Free. Sanchez stinks and Stafford is good when he is healthy, problem is he never is. Stafford has looked good this preseason, doubt he stays healthy.
Chaz...  Pure money.  Free's size, and strength give him the durability Stafford obviously lacks.  The guy has been ****-hammered though.

Sanchize always reminds (since his USC days) of one of those QBs you want to just "manage" the game, and don't do something stupid.


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#4 : August 31, 2011, 01:46:48 AM

I guess you haven't ever watched Freeman play.   If anyone is a cautious game manager, it's him.


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#5 : August 31, 2011, 02:00:51 AM

I guess you haven't ever watched Freeman play.   If anyone is a cautious game manager, it's him.

Isn't that Jon Grudens favorite kind of QB? 25 touchdowns and 6 int's enough said... Your trolling is so tired out....


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#6 : August 31, 2011, 02:03:32 AM

I guess you haven't ever watched Freeman play.   If anyone is a cautious game manager, it's him.
Keeping your TD to INT ratio low does NOT equate to a "manager type" of QB.

The difference (in MY eyes) is a guy that "sees a window", but refrains from attempting to thread the needle because he is aware of his limitations.  He's a manager.

A great QB sees the same window, but is smart enough to know whether or not he can thread the same needle.

The "gunsliger type" (Favre is the perfect, yet rare example) sees the same window and also knows whether it's there or not, they just have a "screw it, I can make up for it" mentality, which very few can pull off.  It will also make you go grey!

"Every man has to know his limitations"...


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#7 : August 31, 2011, 02:09:25 AM

Freeman is extremely cautious with the ball.   He throws more dump off passes than Jeff Garcia.   And he runs the ball often.


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#8 : August 31, 2011, 02:16:52 AM

Actually, in 2010 Freeman was T-5th with 10 passes over 40+ yards and T-8th (with Vick) with 48 passes over 20+ yards. All of that while being 24th in average attempts per game.
: August 31, 2011, 02:19:46 AM Captain Hindsight


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#9 : August 31, 2011, 02:22:55 AM

If it's there, it's there, but...  If it's not, it's not.

And I like having a guy who knows the difference, and especially like him to have the physical (and phsyche) tools to either put it in the receivers hands, or tuck it and outrun or RUN OVER defenders.

I LOVED him shoving Clay Mathew's face in the turf of JRS with one badazz stiff-arm in last years throwback game.

I'm NOT annointing him the next "Big Ben", but I WOULD be willing to bet he's held in as high a regard as Roth...!  Now if he can only get as many rings, huh?


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#10 : August 31, 2011, 02:29:21 AM

Actually, in 2010 Freeman was T-5th with 10 passes over 40+ yards

9 of those were 1 yard passes over the middle where the receiver ran over 40 yards after the catch.


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#11 : August 31, 2011, 02:32:55 AM

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#12 : August 31, 2011, 02:53:45 AM

Actually, in 2010 Freeman was T-5th with 10 passes over 40+ yards

9 of those were 1 yard passes over the middle where the receiver ran over 40 yards after the catch.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong, but:

1) Panthers game. Throw to Winslow after breaking 2 would be sacks. No YAC.

2) Steelers game. Short pass to Graham, mostly YAC.

3) Cardinals game. Deep TD to WIlliams, no YAC.

4) Cardinals game. Deep TD to Benn, no YAC.

5) Falcons game. Intermediate pass to Williams. Mostly YAC.

6) Falcons game. Deep pass to Spurlock, little to no YAC.

7) Redskins game. Deep pass to Benn, maybe half of it YAC.

8) Redskins game. Deep pass to Benn. No Yac.

9) Redskins game. Deep pass to Winslow, maybe 10 yards YAC.

10) Saints game. Deep pass to Briscoe, maybe half in YAC.

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#13 : August 31, 2011, 03:04:21 AM

http://www.onionsportsnetwork.com/articles/insane-moron-draws-conclusion-from-nfl-preseason-g,21211/


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#14 : August 31, 2011, 03:06:27 AM

Actually, in 2010 Freeman was T-5th with 10 passes over 40+ yards

9 of those were 1 yard passes over the middle where the receiver ran over 40 yards after the catch.

Child, please....

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