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Thread: WV is so wrong on Bob Griffin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albania View Post
    I'd trade Tannehill, Long, next years first, year afters first and second for Griffin.
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    I'm referring to the season not this game. This season he is top 10 in accuracy but I guess since he's not a Phin it's all luck. I admit he is a bust.
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    He is an absolute monster. If only we didn't win all those games last season, ugh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzo View Post
    Extremely accurate? Are you watching the game or checking NFL.com?

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    Edit: I actually like RGIII, but thank god he has the recievers he does given how many throws have been way off target, and usually well behind the receivers. Tannehill should be so lucky.
    That td toss to Santana at the end of the first half was a perfect throw.
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    He'll come back down to earth eventually but he is pretty badass.
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    His running ability is absolutely killing it with regards to throwing off the linebackers timing and opening the run gamve He's playing very, very well, like a video game.

    His passes are not very accurate, however. A couple have been poorly thrown. His release and upper body mechanics are incredible.
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    Dallas defense is total dog ****. Cleo Lemon would work these fools.

    I get where WV is coming from. I like RGIII a good bit, but I also think that once the league gets a good bit of film on him, they'll figure him out. Dallas is putting zero pressure on him today and RGIII is only having to make one read. If you make RGIII make several reads, he freaks and takes off. That stuff will stop eventually. We know that it will.

    Cam Newton is another working example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crazy685 View Post
    His running ability is absolutely killing it with regards to throwing off the linebackers timing and opening the run gamve He's playing very, very well, like a video game.

    His passes are not very accurate, however. A couple have been poorly thrown. His release and upper body mechanics are incredible.
    He has also made a few amazing passes in VERY tight coverage on the run as well or while taking a hit..
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    I like RGIII. I really do. I think the offense runs with him is exciting. My biggest concerns is if he can continue to take these hits. The only thing similar to Cam Newton and RGIII is they are both fast and the type of offense they run. Newton has nowhere near the accuracy that RGIII has, nor the leadership skills. I'm happy with Tannehill though. I really hope we can give him some weapons. You guys notice when RGIII lost Moss and Garcon his passing struggled? I wish Tannehill had some pretty good weapons on this team to see what hes made of. A lot of RGIII passes are one read because they linebackers are cheating up and so worried him taking off or Alfred Morris killing them. That INT he just threw was a forced pass though, and a terrible decision. Can't really knock him for that pass though when I've seen our QB make those terrible decisions so many times this season more than a few times in the game. I hope RGIII turns into a stud, just not into a bigger stud than Tannehill lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SQuinn17 View Post
    That td toss to Santana at the end of the first half was a perfect throw.
    Reading comprehension Bubba, I didn't say ALL his passes were off target, did I? He put that where only his player could catch it, which was a good decision; and thankfully for him, he has good receivers. As I said, Tannehill should be so lucky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCane View Post
    Dallas defense is total dog ****. Cleo Lemon would work these fools.

    I get where WV is coming from. I like RGIII a good bit, but I also think that once the league gets a good bit of film on him, they'll figure him out. Dallas is putting zero pressure on him today and RGIII is only having to make one read. If you make RGIII make several reads, he freaks and takes off. That stuff will stop eventually. We know that it will.

    Cam Newton is another working example.
    The one thing RGIII has going for him is that he's about 1 billion times smarter than Cam Derpton, so I think he can actually adapt and be a productive QB in this league.





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