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  • #37
    Originally posted by SYB View Post

    How the hell are you gonna judge the job that you hired someone for, if you don't give them the pieces they need to make it work? That's simply asinine...

    Not to mention that mobile QB's aren't just an AL thing. Pure pocket passers are quickly becoming a thing of the past.

    How would this team not have the pieces he wants if they get Simmons/Wills? It's littered with talent except at the qb position.

    Lynn says he wants a game manager at qb with mobility - Taylor fits that. All teams have limited budgets and

    most head coaches have to get by without top level qbs. Lynn had a franchise qb and he didn't want him.

    Frank Reich, who has actually had some success as an offensive coordinator, does.

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    • #38
      Originally posted by powderblueboy View Post


      That team had a very good defense, a very good offensive line, and Shady McCoy.

      You aren't accurately describing the situation.

      They did go to the playoffs that year - and Tyrod Taylor was their starting qb.

      And they scored 3 measly points in the playoff game with Tyrod, losing 10 - 3.
      Their o-line was ranked 7th that year by PFF. I’ll give you that.

      But their defense (26th in total yards allowed, 20th against the pass, 29th against the run) is terrible.

      Also, his receivers? Charles Clay, Deonte Thompson, Nick O’Leary, Kelvin Benjamin, Jordan Mathews, Zay Jones. Only 1 player from that list has ever eclipsed 1,000 yards, and he only did it once. Not many QBs will succeed with those receivers.

      ANYWAYS, I’m gonna leave it at that. All I’m saying is that his later years in Buffalo and Cleveland was a bad situation for him, and this is the first and probably only chance he’ll get to prove himself.

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      • #39
        Originally posted by powderblueboy View Post


        That team had a very good defense, a very good offensive line, and Shady McCoy.

        You aren't accurately describing the situation.

        They did go to the playoffs that year - and Tyrod Taylor was their starting qb.

        And they scored 3 measly points in the playoff game with Tyrod, losing 10 - 3.
        The Bills were ranked 26th in total D, OL was solid and Shady had started his downhill slide. McCoy had 7 games where he rushed for 50 or less yards for a 2.3ypc avg. in those games

        And that "measly" 3 points may have due to facing off with the leagues #2 D in their house. Or the fact that his receiving options, Charles Clay, Jordan Matthews, Zay Jones and Kelvin Benjamin were all hot garbage.

        I'm far from a big Tyrod fan, but you're really trying to manufacture reasons to discount what he's done.

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        • #40
          Originally posted by ChargingBolts View Post

          I'm at the point to where I'm ready to roll behind Stick (be this years Minshew). He was Carson Wentz's back up at NDST and then became the starter and had the best record ever for a college qb with better numbers than Wentz, plus he got to learn for a year behind Rivers. Let's gooooo Stick! #BoltUp @ 1pm (and at 10am I'll be doing a #ColtUp for QB17)

          Shimmy was Mahomes replacement and did well at Texas Tech as well throwing to Dylan Cantrell.
          Let's not get carried away here.
          first, he didn't have the best record ever for college QBs. Not even close to being true.

          What he had was better career stats than Wentz, but he also had a lot more pass attempts than Wentz did so that was inevitable.

          Stick is not better than Tyrod and doubt he ever is the starter for us.
          However, if we want to tank for Lawrence.....start Stick.

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          • #41
            Originally posted by richpjr View Post

            I know you know. Just responding to yet another thread about the same thing. You should be giddy, Rivers is gone!
            Loved Rivers, but last year he cost us Ws.

            Yep, we keep posting the same thing lol.

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            • #42
              Originally posted by Boltjolt View Post

              Let's not get carried away here.
              first, he didn't have the best record ever for college QBs. Not even close to being true.

              What he had was better career stats than Wentz, but he also had a lot more pass attempts than Wentz did so that was inevitable.

              Stick is not better than Tyrod and doubt he ever is the starter for us.
              However, if we want to tank for Lawrence.....start Stick.
              My mistake, most wins.

              With a 49-3 record as a starter at North Dakota State, Stick holds the record for most wins by a starting quarterback in NCAA Division I FCS history.


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              • #43
                Originally posted by Boltjolt View Post

                Let's not get carried away here.
                first, he didn't have the best record ever for college QBs. Not even close to being true.

                What he had was better career stats than Wentz, but he also had a lot more pass attempts than Wentz did so that was inevitable.

                Stick is not better than Tyrod and doubt he ever is the starter for us.
                However, if we want to tank for Lawrence.....start Stick.
                Let’s not get carried away here.
                It is actually very close 1) K. Moore 50-3 - 2) E. Stick 49-3 (which is the FCS record).
                Easton also had a better TD/INT ratio, YPA, SPPA (sack per pass attempt), and a much better runner.
                Not the same arm talent but may have enough to lead an NFL team.

                I do like T. Lawrence in powderblues for 2021 and beyond!
                1A) Justin Herbert (QB) #10
                1B) Kenneth “K9” Murray (LB) #56
                4) Joshua Kelley (RB) #27
                5) Joe Reed (WR-KR) #12
                6) Alohi Gilman (DB/STA) #32
                7) K.J. Hill (WR) #84

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                • #44
                  Well, if Mr. Taylor figures out 2 things:
                  Dump the ball off to Ekeler
                  Throw in the general vicinity of M. Williams, or H. Henry

                  He'll be alright

                  Now, factor in K. Allen

                  Right now, I'd say we have significant upgrades on 2 spots on the offensive line.
                  Hope springs eternal

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                  • #45
                    I thought when Tyrod came in for peterman, that he played pretty good against the Chargers in the second half.

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                    • #46
                      He’s a good QB. Not HOF, but okay. There’s worse, much worse.

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                      • #47
                        Originally posted by ChargingBolts View Post

                        My mistake, most wins.

                        With a 49-3 record as a starter at North Dakota State, Stick holds the record for most wins by a starting quarterback in NCAA Division I FCS history.

                        That doesn't even make sense.

                        If he was Wentz backup in 2015, he wouldn't have been a starter for that many games.

                        Wentz did get hurt in 2015 but started 7 of their 12 games. And Stick only started 8 games as a senior according to the stats.
                        That's 13 starts in two of those years. Where did the other 39 come from in two other years?

                        Something off about that 49-3 record lol.

                        In anycase, I'm not high on Stick for us.

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                        • #48
                          Originally posted by like54ninjas View Post

                          Let’s not get carried away here.
                          It is actually very close 1) K. Moore 50-3 - 2) E. Stick 49-3 (which is the FCS record).
                          Easton also had a better TD/INT ratio, YPA, SPPA (sack per pass attempt), and a much better runner.
                          Not the same arm talent but may have enough to lead an NFL team.

                          I do like T. Lawrence in powderblues for 2021 and beyond!
                          See my post #47. His 49-3 record dont even make sense. He did not start 52 games. Didn't even play in 52 games let alone start them.

                          Unless below is wrong

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