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Thread: Russel Wilson proves that we should draft another QB in this draft

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    Russel Wilson proves that we should draft another QB in this draft

    Quote Originally Posted by cleezy13 View Post
    Russell Wilson has a top 5 D, top 5 Running game, a seam threat TE and a great offensive line not to mention very good Wrs (a true #1 in Sidney Rice)!! Its not to hard to suceed when all the pieces are in place all you have to do is be a game mananger and not turn the ball over and make some plays here and there.....If hes on a team like Miami Russel Wilson isnt even talked about this year....Tannehill should of had this team in the playoffs if it werent for Carpenter and that speaks volumes being they dont have any playmakers a below average running game and a pourous o-line...I just dont understand for the life of me these things arent brought up when comparing T-Hill to others huge diff with the circumstances.....Oh and one more thing T-Hill beat Wilson!! Thumbs Down big time on this thread next!!!
    Homer alert! Anybody who watched Wilson and Tannehill play who is unbiased , would claim Wilson is better regardless of circumstances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    nothing wrong with any of those guys although cap is still staring down receivers. Griffin has the best season ever by a rookie qb and people just dont want to give him any credit
    No he doesn't.

    Kaepernick threw 1 interception every 73 passes on average. Whereas Tannehill threw an interception every 37 passes on average.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwastherein72 View Post
    Tannehill has far more upside and is better suited for the NFL game than the wannabe flash-in-the-pan slash guys like scam, rg3 and wilson. None of them, OR the coaches who have a fetish for them (like andy reid) will ever win anything of substance. Look at the philly trainwreck now, that's where seattle will be in 5 years.

    I hate even POSTING on a thread like this because it gets bumped up when it deserves to be deep-sixed.
    bull.....! You do know Tannehill has been compared to Matt Schaub and as of this moment.....i want no part of that crap. Pats are making him look like a rookie minus the initial drop at the beginning of the game. He has an alpha receiver and running back and check out the results. We are screaming for the types of weapons (TE,WR, RB) the Texans have yet they are getting it handed to them. We need Tannehill to be better than schaub to make a good run (imo).
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamC13 View Post
    No he doesn't.


    Kaepernick threw 1 interception every 73 passes on average. Whereas Tannehill threw an interception every 37 passes on average.

    rewatch yesterdays game , he is still doing it he is just getting away with it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinatic8u View Post
    There's no sour grapes from me at all, never liked him and knew he'd get hurt quick. I was right. His season wasn't that impressive if you actually watched him play. Simpleton offense.



    Wilson also had a 100 rating, and 6 more pass TDs, and got deeper in the playoffs without a fairy offense, and he did that while being 5'9.
    I watched multiple Washington games , both wilson and Griffin were impressive to say otherwise is purely ignoring results and actual play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamC13 View Post
    No he doesn't.

    Kaepernick threw 1 interception every 73 passes on average. Whereas Tannehill threw an interception every 37 passes on average.
    Kap started later in the season.

    Had way less pass attempts. Besides that Tannehill went 4 games w/o a INT twice this year. His **** was jacked by 2 bad games.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dlockz View Post
    rewatch yesterdays game , he is still doing it he is just getting away with it
    Young QBs in the NFL that lock on to their targets don't just get away with it.

    Perhaps you confusing what "every" QB does which is if the primary WR is open then the QB throws it to him. I am watching Tom Brady do it as I type. I recall after Kaepernick's first start on MNF the analysts were amazed at his poise and how he was able to go through his reads. On one of the TD passes he his his 4th read on the play starting on one side of the field and going all the way across before throwing the ball.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamC13 View Post
    Young QBs in the NFL that lock on to their targets don't just get away with it.

    Perhaps you confusing what "every" QB does which is if the primary WR is open then the QB throws it to him. I am watching Tom Brady do it as I type. I recall after Kaepernick's first start on MNF the analysts were amazed at his poise and how he was able to go through his reads. On one of the TD passes he his his 4th read on the play starting on one side of the field and going all the way across before throwing the ball.
    Not Im speaking of yesterday where he looked one spot quite often. Yesterday was the first time I noticed it so much. He of course doesnt do it every play but there were some major instances of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinatic8u View Post
    Kap started later in the season.

    Had way less pass attempts. Besides that Tannehill went 4 games w/o a INT twice this year. His **** was jacked by 2 bad games.
    Oh please...the difference is Kaepernick "makes big plays" whereas Tannehill doesn't.

    Have you actually watched Kaepernick play? I watched him 4 years at Nevada and 8 games this year. What he did yesterday is no fluke. We would be lucky if at the peak of Tannehill's career he plays at the level Kaepernick is at right now which is highly unlikely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamC13 View Post
    Oh please...the difference is Kaepernick "makes big plays" whereas Tannehill doesn't.

    Have you actually watched Kaepernick play? I watched him 4 years at Nevada and 8 games this year. What he did yesterday is no fluke. We would be lucky if at the peak of Tannehill's career he plays at the level Kaepernick is at right now which is highly unlikely.
    Yeah I have, don't like him. He'll get found out like every other running qb.
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