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feelthepain
03-10-2005, 01:41 AM
Man, talk about homerisim!!!! I just joined their site to defend our team when it's needed, and I came across this thread about JP compared to this years top 2 QB's. They seem to think JP is better then either QB,and would be drafted above either if he were in this group this year. Well I don't know about you guys, but I think he was a reach for the Jills last year and to say he WOULD BE the top QB picked in this draft?....Well I just don't see it. Anyways I tried to have an adult convesation about it, being as it was only my 1st thread I'm not going to be slining mud and arrows because I don't want to get ban, and besides name calling is jus plain stupid. I lose all respect for anyone not matter who they are for the name calling stuff. We are supposed to be adults here. Well I just think JP has a lot on his palte this year and he will be lucky to escape this year with all his limbs because of the division and because he's pretty much a rookie QB. They don't have a first rd pick and lost their starting LT to FA. I think it will be a long year for the Jilly's if McGehee goes down.... (and in my favorite bugs voice) someones gona get a woopin.

Dudeman
03-10-2005, 01:45 AM
I think J.P. will do well, regardless of the fact he plays for the Bills, he defintely has the tools

he's cocky, a lot like Rodgers

I would've liked to have him as a Dolphin

Clark Kent
03-10-2005, 01:47 AM
I think J.P. will do well, regardless of the fact he plays for the Bills, he defintely has the tools

he's cocky, a lot like Rodgers

I would've liked to have him as a Dolphin

I agree. The guy has a cannon for an arm, and is very mobile. The guy will do much better then Eli did this year (true Losman's had a year to learn).

Roman529
03-10-2005, 03:06 AM
Losman has one of the goofiest voices and throwing styles I have seen...I think the Jills fans are smoking the same thing Ricky is if they think he is comparable to Rodgers or Smith at QB. :D

Clumpy
03-10-2005, 05:06 AM
There are absolutely no homers here :shakeno:

Clumpy
03-10-2005, 05:07 AM
There are absolutely no homers here :shakeno:

Clumpy
03-10-2005, 05:14 AM
Oops! My bad :D

Crisis
03-10-2005, 08:59 PM
Losman has one of the goofiest voices and throwing styles I have seen...I think the Jills fans are smoking the same thing Ricky is if they think he is comparable to Rodgers or Smith at QB. :D

I don't care if he sounds like Pam Anderson after her sex tapes as long as he gets the job done.

His throwing style looks fine to me.

Considering the guy has been in Buffalo ALL YEAR training and studying film, I think he'd be the 2nd QB after Smith this year.

MarinoIsKeen
03-10-2005, 10:19 PM
I hope Taylor and crew give him a good welcome. They didn't really get a chance to welcome that rascal Willis, but they'll have to make sure Losman isn't too mobile for the rest of his career and put the THUMP on 'im.

schisno
03-11-2005, 12:22 PM
The Bills aren't going anywhere with Losman until another couple seasons, so just expect another couple years without them in the Playoffs.

Phin19
03-11-2005, 10:02 PM
and don`t forget the jills gave up their first pick this year, stupid move IMO

Crisis
03-11-2005, 11:53 PM
and don`t forget the jills gave up their first pick this year, stupid move IMO

We used it a year early.

Let me ask you this-

Who available this year at #20 would be better value than Losman?

ih8brady
03-12-2005, 02:44 AM
I don't care if he sounds like Pam Anderson after her sex tapes as long as he gets the job done.

His throwing style looks fine to me.

Considering the guy has been in Buffalo ALL YEAR training and studying film, I think he'd be the 2nd QB after Smith this year.

What if he sounds like Quincy Carter? :lol: Remember that guy? I mean not only couldnt he read defense but he couldnt read the teleprompter either.

King Nate
04-07-2005, 02:59 AM
I remember watching the ESPN show on the new rookies and they had a segment on JP Losman and putting aside his passing ability or lack thereof, I'm not really sure which one fits, but he sounded like a dope and he was talking all ghetto. He didn't really sound like a franchise quaterback of the future. His biggest worry in the show was returning the bed he bought because it "was too comfy."

TigerJ
05-01-2005, 10:01 PM
Sometimes Losman's footwork in college was subject to some criticism, but he has pretty close to classic form in his throwing motion, and one of the quickest releases the NFL has seen since Dan Marino. No, his voice is not a deep bass.

Nublar7
05-01-2005, 10:27 PM
We used it a year early.

Let me ask you this-

Who available this year at #20 would be better value than Losman?
Rogers and he didn't require an extra 2nd and 5th round pick.

TigerJ
05-01-2005, 11:24 PM
Losman has better measurables than Rogers and Rogers has to learn not to telegraph his throws in the NFL. He needs the time he'll have in Green Bay to develop. He wouldn't have that time in Buffalo with Bledsoe gone.

BillsCA
05-02-2005, 11:49 PM
This all coming from a team that has Feeley as there QB?

gr8slayer
05-03-2005, 02:27 AM
Im curious to know where you all get your information on Losman? Have you seen him start a game? Please send me the film if you have because to my knowledge there is no way anyone can call him a bust considering the fact that he has yet to play.

Losman7
05-03-2005, 08:31 AM
Rogers and he didn't require an extra 2nd and 5th round pick.

Who wants that fruit? Aaron Rodgers sucks.

Kaarel
05-03-2005, 10:11 AM
Bledsoe would have give them a better chance to win next season. No doubt in my mind.

BleedinGreenNC
05-03-2005, 10:14 AM
Man, talk about homerisim!!!! I just joined their site to defend our team when it's needed, and I came across this thread about JP compared to this years top 2 QB's. They seem to think JP is better then either QB,and would be drafted above either if he were in this group this year. Well I don't know about you guys, but I think he was a reach for the Jills last year and to say he WOULD BE the top QB picked in this draft?....Well I just don't see it. Anyways I tried to have an adult convesation about it, being as it was only my 1st thread I'm not going to be slining mud and arrows because I don't want to get ban, and besides name calling is jus plain stupid. I lose all respect for anyone not matter who they are for the name calling stuff. We are supposed to be adults here. Well I just think JP has a lot on his palte this year and he will be lucky to escape this year with all his limbs because of the division and because he's pretty much a rookie QB. They don't have a first rd pick and lost their starting LT to FA. I think it will be a long year for the Jilly's if McGehee goes down.... (and in my favorite bugs voice) someones gona get a woopin.Dude, every team website has homers, of course people think that there team is invincible. If you think otherwise then you must be blind.

gr8slayer
05-03-2005, 11:45 AM
Who wants that fruit? Aaron Rodgers sucks.Losman didnt require a second either.

Losman7
05-03-2005, 11:53 AM
Bledsoe would have give them a better chance to win next season. No doubt in my mind.

Are you kidding. Bledsoe lost at least 3 games for us last year (BAL, NE, and PIT)

The only game Bledsoes play directly resulted in a win was against MIA in MIA.

Bledsoe was, I believe, the 13th rated QB in the AFC.

Justasportsfan
05-03-2005, 11:56 AM
Bledsoe was, I believe, the 13th rated QB in the AFC.Wasn't feeley last in the league? That's why they attempt to blast Losman because they are in denial. They'd rather talk about how bad Losman will be than face the reality that they still don't have a qb.

donshula72
05-03-2005, 11:58 AM
rodgers is horrible and if I were buffalo I wouldn't have drafted him this year (if i had #20.) While loss-man may be better than rodgers it's not saying much. His confidence will get him into trouble early, he throws off his back foot often and poorly on the run, and I don't remember him playing against any competition when he was at tulane. I think this is going to add up to a lot of picks (especially early). He threw one pick in the five attempts he had last year.

With #20 this year I would've gotten mark clayton or matt jones at WR and used my second pick on a qb (some one like frye.) IMO, I feel safer with those WRs and frye than roscoe parrish (we saw a lot of him down here and he's smaller than I am at 5'9" 168 lbs) and loss-man.

Losman7
05-03-2005, 12:08 PM
rodgers is horrible and if I were buffalo I wouldn't have drafted him this year (if i had #20.) While loss-man may be better than rodgers it's not saying much. His confidence will get him into trouble early, he throws off his back foot often and poorly on the run, and I don't remember him playing against any competition when he was at tulane. I think this is going to add up to a lot of picks (especially early). He threw one pick in the five attempts he had last year.

With #20 this year I would've gotten mark clayton or matt jones at WR and used my second pick on a qb (some one like frye.) IMO, I feel safer with those WRs and frye than roscoe parrish (we saw a lot of him down here and he's smaller than I am at 5'9" 168 lbs) and loss-man.

You'ed feel safer with a guy that dosen't even have a position yet and charlie freaking frye?!?!



Brett Farve rookie season : 0 for 5 2INT's.

Losman7
05-03-2005, 12:10 PM
Wasn't feeley last in the league? That's why they attempt to blast Losman because they are in denial. They'd rather talk about how bad Losman will be than face the reality that they still don't have a qb.

I don't doubt that Feeley was hovering near the bottom.He was awful.

Losman is in a great situation, and is trying very hard. He's got a great QB coach who has developed 2 HOFers.

Let the finfans keep thinking he sucks.

donshula72
05-03-2005, 12:10 PM
ok, clayton and frye. trust me though, parrish is no great shakes. he didn't contribute much at UM and was injury prone (once put in the hospital for a collapsed lung during the FSU game.)

donshula72
05-03-2005, 12:15 PM
i like sam wyche, but i'm in love with clayton, curious with jones, and not too sold on loss-man. I just think there is more to the qb position than a good arm and a lot of confidence (ask a.j. feeley.)

Losman7
05-03-2005, 01:45 PM
i like sam wyche, but i'm in love with clayton, curious with jones, and not too sold on loss-man. I just think there is more to the qb position than a good arm and a lot of confidence (ask a.j. feeley.)

How about 4.6 speed and alot of hard work, cause Losman has been studying and lifting 6 days a week since January?

Losman7
05-03-2005, 01:47 PM
trust me though, parrish is no great shakes. he didn't contribute much at UM and was injury prone


Didn't he lead them in recieving last year, and single handedly win a game with a long punt return and TD catch?


Plus, he dosen't have to be "the man", he needs to be a speedy option who won't see double coverage. We have Emo and Sweet Lee for that.

donshula72
05-03-2005, 03:15 PM
Don't get me wrong, I'm a roscoe parrish fan. He led a very bad canes offense in yards last year. He's small and speedy, but he's not evans. Also, coming out of highschool down here we expected really big things and they never really panned out. He returned pretty well, but was still second on his own team behind devin hester (don't know if you guys follow UM up there) on special teams.

I guess he's playing the slot in buffalo, so he might do well. He also had a long history of injuries down here too. After watching him for three years, IMO he's more of a track star than a football player.

I'm just a bigger fan of clayton and intrigued with jones. Parrish's ceiling is not very high.

donshula72
05-03-2005, 03:22 PM
Also, everett going down may not be such a big deal either. He only started 1 year down here (because of winslow), so he may have been too unpolished to start anyways. Still, everett dropped way too many passes to really be counted on by a young developing qb. Being drafted in the third round might have more to do with his school than actual ability.

Justasportsfan
05-03-2005, 03:38 PM
Also, everett going down may not be such a big deal either. He only started 1 year down here (because of winslow), so he may have been too unpolished to start anyways. Still, everett dropped way too many passes to really be counted on by a young developing qb. Being drafted in the third round might have more to do with his school than actual ability.
That's why he was called by Mularkey a raw player with huge potential.

Marino1983
05-03-2005, 05:16 PM
His throwing style looks fine to me.
What a shock!!!
:roflmao:


Considering the guy has been in Buffalo ALL YEAR training and studying film, I think he'd be the 2nd QB after Smith this year.
Sooooo what does that have to do with how good he will be when he will be expected to start ALL 16 games this season?????????????????
:shakeno:

Marino1983

TigerJ
05-04-2005, 01:46 PM
What a shock!!!
:roflmao:


Sooooo what does that have to do with how good he will be when he will be expected to start ALL 16 games this season?????????????????
:shakeno:

Marino1983

Obviously, no one can predict QB performance on the field, except to say Brock Berlin will always be a scrub at best. The best that can be said is that Losman appears to have the dedication he needs to go along with what observers said was the best arm of any QB in the 2004 draft (which also gives him the best arm of anyone in the 2005 draft). It's far better that Losman is in Buffalo working out, studying film and working with Sam Wyche, than lying on the beach and surfing in California.

RockStar36
05-16-2005, 08:42 PM
I don't see why Losman won't do good for Buffalo. They have the defense in place. They have a great RB. They have 2 solid WR's, possibly a 3rd.

They have the tools, he just needs to limit mistakes and manage the game well.

SQUISHTHEPHISH
05-18-2005, 02:34 PM
go bills

BBsuck
05-18-2005, 03:56 PM
go bills

Straight down the crapper..:D

Master Logos
05-18-2005, 05:22 PM
I hope Taylor and crew give him a good welcome. They didn't really get a chance to welcome that rascal Willis, but they'll have to make sure Losman isn't too mobile for the rest of his career and put the THUMP on 'im.

Taylor didn't fair to well last year against Drew Bledslow... what makes you think he will be able to get a hold of JP Losman... who runs a 4.6 40.... that was before he had a speed coach.

BBsuck
05-19-2005, 08:30 PM
Taylor didn't fair to well last year against Drew Bledslow... what makes you think he will be able to get a hold of JP Losman... who runs a 4.6 40.... that was before he had a speed coach.

If Losman plays anything like he did last year, all Taylor is going to have to do is walk over to the Bills Broke Dick bench and Bit*h smack him..maybe with all that blazzing speed when Losman sees Taylor comming he could run back into the locker room and lock the bathroon stall door, now I see your point about the speed coach :D

BleedinGreenNC
05-20-2005, 09:23 AM
go billsIncredible reply, bravo!!:lol: