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Old 12-03-2012, 09:02 PM   #26 (permalink)
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1. Luck
2. RGIII
3. Wilson
4. Tannehill
5. McLeod Bethel-Thompson
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Luck
Wilson
Tannehill
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:03 PM   #28 (permalink)
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1. Luck
2. RGIII
3. Wilson
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Old 12-03-2012, 10:09 PM   #29 (permalink)
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So far who are your top 5 rookie QB's?

Mine are:

1. RG3
2. Wilson
3. Luck
4. Tannehill
5. Weeden
Fully agree with this list

I kind of wonder how good Weeden would be if he was surrounded by a better receiving core. I wasn't too big on him pre-season, but he's put up some pretty prolific numbers, albeit with quite a few turnovers.
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1.RG3
2.Wilson
3.Luck
4.Weeden
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Old 12-04-2012, 12:14 AM   #33 (permalink)
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I personally think luck is better but the reason he throws so many picks is because he's either being hit or about to be hit, it's certainly something he needs to work on but he is by far the best come-from-behind RC qb this year
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I personally think luck is better but the reason he throws so many picks is because he's either being hit or about to be hit, it's certainly something he needs to work on but he is by far the best come-from-behind RC qb this year
Luck has had to make plenty more reads this year, and has had to throw the ball a ton. His decision making at time is questionable Griffin is explosive, has a good running game to support, and the Pistol Offense has the entire league confused at this point. I do think Washington has had a good game plan with Griffin, Play Action and a dink and dunk type passing game.

Way too early to tell, both are exceptional, but both have a long way to go. However 8-4, and 6-6 for two rookie QB's is pretty damn solid.
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Luck has had to make plenty more reads this year, and has had to throw the ball a ton. His decision making at time is questionable Griffin is explosive, has a good running game to support, and the Pistol Offense has the entire league confused at this point. I do think Washington has had a good game plan with Griffin, Play Action and a dink and dunk type passing game.

Way too early to tell, both are exceptional, but both have a long way to go. However 8-4, and 6-6 for two rookie QB's is pretty damn solid.
Throw in Seattle at 7-5, Cleveland at 4-8 (TBH, that's pretty good for Cleveland of late) for Weeden and the Dolphins are respectable at 5-7 ( a lot of pundits had them being pretty terrible this year) for Tannehill.

This could be one of the best rookie QB classes in quite a long time.
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Throw in Seattle at 7-5, Cleveland at 4-8 (TBH, that's pretty good for Cleveland of late) for Weeden and the Dolphins are respectable at 5-7 ( a lot of pundits had them being pretty terrible this year) for Tannehill.

This could be one of the best rookie QB classes in quite a long time.
I have to agree.. it's been fun to watch, I'm a colts fan, I'm satisfied with Luck for sure. See a lot of good things happening in the future, but as I said only time will tell. LOL
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1. RG3
2. Russell Wilson
3. Andrew Luck
4. Bo Levi Mitchell
5. Dirt
6. Ryan Tannehill
7. Brandon Weeden
22. Ryan Lindley
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1. BOBIII
2. Wilson (painful to say)
3. Luck
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1. RG3
2. Russell Wilson
3. Andrew Luck
4. Bo Levi Mitchell
5. Dirt
6. Ryan Tannehill
7. Brandon Weeden
22. Ryan Lindley
Poor, sad, Ryan Lindley. That Cardinals team is hard to watch.
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Old 12-04-2012, 01:52 AM   #40 (permalink)
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Just going by stats this year...

1. Griffin 2,497 yards - 16 TD's, 4 INT, 67.4%, 8.21 YPA
2. Wilson 2,344 yards - 19 TD's 8 INT, 63.4%, 7.39 YPA
3. Luck 3,596 yards - 17 TD's - 16 INT, 55.5%, 7.15 YPA
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Old 12-04-2012, 02:28 AM   #41 (permalink)
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Hard to say. Even though I'm a Colts fan, I have to admit that RGIII is pretty damn special. So is Wilson. Heck, any other year and Wilson would be the talk of the town with the work he's done in Seattle. Still, I have to go with Luck at #1. The running game has been very mediocre much of the year. Indy has no offensive line to speak of. In fact, they're one of the worst units I've seen since the Jeff George era and that's not hyperbole. Aside from Anthony Castonzo at LT, they are absolutely terrible. The numbers simply do not tell the full story.

Again, not at all a knock on what RGIII has done in Washington or what Wilson is doing in Seattle, but the work Luck is doing is stunning. Both Washington and Seattle have 1,000 yard rushers and a much more stable set of offensive linemen. For my money:

1. Andrew Luck
2. RGIII
3. Russell
4. Weeden
5. Tannehill
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