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Thread: Jaws' QB Big Board

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    If the rookie rankings are based solely on the play from this season I would rank them:
    1. Wilson
    2. RGIII
    3. Luck
    4. Tannehill
    5. Weeden

    If you're projecting how well they'll do 5 years from now, i.e. they held a re-draft at the end of the season, there isn't a team in the league that wouldn't take Luck first including Washington, Wilson would probably be picked second followed by a tie for third between RGIII and Tannehill.
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    1. Peyton
    2. Brady
    3. Rodgers
    4. Matty Ice
    5. Brees
    6. Eli
    7. Roethlischoker
    8. Luck
    10 and beyond. See #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY Finatic 13 View Post
    Luck not getting enough love.
    I know I'm quoting Skip Bayless here, but I think he makes some fair points about Luck's season;

    Luck has had a terrific rookie year. But his seven game-winning drives camouflaged some troubling numbers. His 23 total turnovers (18 interceptions, five lost fumbles) are the NFL's second-worst (to 'Buttfumble' Mark Sanchez) and his 54.1 completion percentage is second-worst among QBs with at least 300 attempts and worst for QBs with at least 400.

    RG III's seven total turnovers (five interceptions, two lost fumbles) are the fewest in the NFL. The fewest! And RG III runs a high-risk, ride-and-decide attack in which split-second decisions must be made to let go of the ball in the running back's hands or pull it back. Griffin went from winning the Heisman at a school without a great football tradition (Baylor) to leading a consensus pick to finish last (Washington) to its first NFC East crown since 1999. He finished sixth in QBR (to Luck's 11th) and fourth in completion percentage.

    Luck is very good. RG III is special. The only long-term advantage Luck might have is durability.

    For now, you certainly can't argue with Luck's playoff-making rookie record. For now Irsay can gloat-tweet his heart out. But ...

    As Pagano says, it was like this season was "meant to be." What if things return to ho-hum normal next season and the Colts must be fueled by perspiration instead of rare inspiration? What if the schedule gets tougher? Eight of this year's 11 wins came against Jacksonville twice, Tennessee twice, Kansas City, Miami, Cleveland and Buffalo.

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