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#30 : May 19, 2013, 06:32:07 PM

Freemans accuracy is a major problem.
No it's not. His completion % is low but makes up for it with YPA.

Craziness!

Learn something. YPA takes into account how often you complete passes and how long they're for.

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#31 : May 19, 2013, 07:10:28 PM

I'd worry that Free will have a great season and tell Schiano that the price went up 20% to sign him.  Just imagine what you would tell your boss if he  kept telling you how great your replacement was going to be and then you had your best year and it was time to renegotiate. I say the price would go up dramatically.

Glennon will have no impact on price, you're being ridiculous. 

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#32 : May 19, 2013, 07:13:03 PM

True and a good example of what makes message boards funny. 

It's only a good example of fans not knowing that they want. Everyone wanted a vertical passing game that put up yards and points, they get it then complain about completion percentage.


Damn right.... when the guy can't consistently hit the wide open crossing pattern that would result in a first down and extension of a drive, there is a problem.

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#33 : May 19, 2013, 07:33:04 PM

True and a good example of what makes message boards funny. 

It's only a good example of fans not knowing that they want. Everyone wanted a vertical passing game that put up yards and points, they get it then complain about completion percentage.

JC, you're trying too hard, that is my point. 

You're trying so hard to defend Freeman that you're taking absurd positions because you have Messageboarditis --- ie, any concession equals failure. Anyone with eyes and a memory knows Freeman missed many short passes this season too. This season there is NO DOUBT he had a BIG completion percentage problem.  Your argument is absurd and there are certainly many other defenses that are better than some of your stuff BUT you lose all credibility (as do the obvious "haters") when you dont concede the obvious

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#34 : May 19, 2013, 07:47:53 PM

JC, you're trying too hard, that is my point. 

You're trying so hard to defend Freeman that you're taking absurd positions because you have Messageboarditis --- ie, any concession equals failure. Anyone with eyes and a memory knows Freeman missed many short passes this season too. This season there is NO DOUBT he had a BIG completion percentage problem.  Your argument is absurd and there are certainly many other defenses that are better than some of your stuff BUT you lose all credibility (as do the obvious "haters") when you dont concede the obvious

Let me ask you something, what's a more accurate ranking of QBs? List A or List B

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http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/player/_/stat/passing/sort/yardsPerPassAttempt

B
http://espn.go.com/nfl/statistics/player/_/stat/passing/sort/completionPct


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#35 : May 19, 2013, 08:47:16 PM

I'd worry that Free will have a great season and tell Schiano that the price went up 20% to sign him.  Just imagine what you would tell your boss if he  kept telling you how great your replacement was going to be and then you had your best year and it was time to renegotiate. I say the price would go up dramatically.

Glennon will have no impact on price, you're being ridiculous.

Glennon isn't the point.  As I originally stated my concern is Schiano's constant lack of support.  I'm concerned Freeman takes it as a lack of respect and makes renegotiation difficult

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#36 : May 19, 2013, 08:56:46 PM

I'd worry that Free will have a great season and tell Schiano that the price went up 20% to sign him.  Just imagine what you would tell your boss if he  kept telling you how great your replacement was going to be and then you had your best year and it was time to renegotiate. I say the price would go up dramatically.

Glennon will have no impact on price, you're being ridiculous.

Glennon isn't the point.  As I originally stated my concern is Schiano's constant lack of support.  I'm concerned Freeman takes it as a lack of respect and makes renegotiation difficult

You mean like the guy out in San Fran who worked hard to get a second NFL contract so he could call out Schiano, who told him he wouldn't last long if he didn't work hard?

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#37 : May 19, 2013, 09:26:35 PM

I'd worry that Free will have a great season and tell Schiano that the price went up 20% to sign him.  Just imagine what you would tell your boss if he  kept telling you how great your replacement was going to be and then you had your best year and it was time to renegotiate. I say the price would go up dramatically.

Glennon will have no impact on price, you're being ridiculous.

Glennon isn't the point.  As I originally stated my concern is Schiano's constant lack of support.  I'm concerned Freeman takes it as a lack of respect and makes renegotiation difficult

You mean like the guy out in San Fran who worked hard to get a second NFL contract so he could call out Schiano, who told him he wouldn't last long if he didn't work hard?

Not sure I know who you are speaking of?  I don't recall anyone calling out Schiano.  If it is Alex Smith, who worked hard to get a second contract, and handled it with class when Harbaugh benched him, then that is a good example of how things worked out.  I'm more concerned about a Caron Palmer type situation who refused to play for The Bengals when he felt disrespected.  I think Free has shown lots of class so far, but I still think there is the potential to have a wedge driven between Freeman and the organization.  I don't think it's ever good having a disgruntled starting QB

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#38 : May 19, 2013, 09:30:34 PM

http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap1000000157867/article/anthony-davis-calls-out-greg-schiano-after-big-contract

It's called motivation.

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#39 : May 19, 2013, 10:32:08 PM

I'd worry that Free will have a great season and tell Schiano that the price went up 20% to sign him.  Just imagine what you would tell your boss if he  kept telling you how great your replacement was going to be and then you had your best year and it was time to renegotiate. I say the price would go up dramatically.

Glennon will have no impact on price, you're being ridiculous.

Glennon isn't the point.  As I originally stated my concern is Schiano's constant lack of support.  I'm concerned Freeman takes it as a lack of respect and makes renegotiation difficult

I got your point the first time.  And you're being ridiculous.  That's a very childish stance for an adult to take, "you didn't support me enough".  People with maturity issues let stuff like that affect them.  Say what you like about Josh but I don't see maturity as an issue with him.

 

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#40 : May 19, 2013, 10:45:23 PM

True and a good example of what makes message boards funny. 

It's only a good example of fans not knowing that they want. Everyone wanted a vertical passing game that put up yards and points, they get it then complain about completion percentage.

JC, you're trying too hard, that is my point. 

You're trying so hard to defend Freeman that you're taking absurd positions because you have Messageboarditis --- ie, any concession equals failure. Anyone with eyes and a memory knows Freeman missed many short passes this season too. This season there is NO DOUBT he had a BIG completion percentage problem.  Your argument is absurd and there are certainly many other defenses that are better than some of your stuff BUT you lose all credibility (as do the obvious "haters") when you dont concede the obvious

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