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42 minutes ago, Fadingpain said:

Playing Jackson at positions other than QB is stupid.

 

 

 

Drafting him in the first round was stupid.

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2 hours ago, Augie said:

 

Well then they severely over-drafted the guy. Who takes a guy that high for a position he’s never played? I don’t know if he will pan out, but...

 

Lots of TSW posters.

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8 hours ago, transient said:

Why does Flacco keep throwing the ball high and behind him into traffic?

He is not doing that on purpose...….lol

 

Flacco sucks balls.

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9 hours ago, BuffaloBill said:

The coaches are trying to motivate Flacco.  If he sees his competition maybe he will play better. /s

They want Flacco to compete for WR ?

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This doesn't fool teams....like lining up a RB as QB and having a QB line up at WR....just dumb

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12 hours ago, Call_Of_Ktulu said:

I think he is not doing well learning the playbook or looking good in practice sessions. I'm guessing they are already trying to have him learn the WR position or he's not making the 53 man roster.

 

 

You poor child of summer.

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They just tell him it's quarterback.

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14 minutes ago, Doc Brown said:

They just tell him it's quarterback.

 

"Just line up under the guard.  That's what Pro Bowl quarterbacks do, son."

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Good for the Ravens if they're trying to be creative and jump start an anemic offense.  The Bills fan in me hates that we play them first, so we won't have had a chance to see the sort of plays they are working on -- sometimes the gimmicky stuff works for a few weeks before defenses catch up.

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The guy is absolutely electric with the ball in his hands. He reminds me of a more gifted Kordell Stewart. This is the right move by Baltimore and I still think he ends up being successful somewhat in the NFL at a position other than QB. All of the talk and posturing before the draft means nothing now. Harbaugh can spew all his rhetoric about having two QB's on the field and whatnot, but this is about using Lamar's athleticism to get the ball to him in space. 

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13 minutes ago, eball said:

Good for the Ravens if they're trying to be creative and jump start an anemic offense.  The Bills fan in me hates that we play them first, so we won't have had a chance to see the sort of plays they are working on -- sometimes the gimmicky stuff works for a few weeks before defenses catch up.

Next step:  Billick on the sidelines with a clipboard and headphones...who's really the head coach?

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3 hours ago, H2o said:

The guy is absolutely electric with the ball in his hands. He reminds me of a more gifted Kordell Stewart. This is the right move by Baltimore and I still think he ends up being successful somewhat in the NFL at a position other than QB. All of the talk and posturing before the draft means nothing now. Harbaugh can spew all his rhetoric about having two QB's on the field and whatnot, but this is about using Lamar's athleticism to get the ball to him in space. 

 

He reminds me a lot of Tyrod Taylor, with the exception that he's less accurate; has more of a wind up with his throw; and is much more careless with the ball.  Other than that though, he's great.  LOL.

 

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Lamar Jackson is right there with Vick in terms of he most athletic QBs ever. I can’t believe that he didn’t run a 40 for teams!! Apparently he ran a 4.34 last year at Louisville. That would have been the 4th fastest time at this year’s combine. He is explosive with the ball in his hands. I’m not surprised that the Ravens, who lack big play ability, want to get him involved. I’m surprised that he is good with it. 

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16 minutes ago, Luxy312 said:

 

He reminds me a lot of Tyrod Taylor, with the exception that he's less accurate; has more of a wind up with his throw; and is much more careless with the ball.  Other than that though, he's great.  LOL.

 

 

He’s a better passer just coming out of college than Tyrod is right now after ample NFL experience.  AND he is a far superior athlete.  Everybody knows that...

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jackson should be a succesful nfl qb. with the right coaching and system. if vick can do it without ever watching tape jackson should be able to

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2 minutes ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

He’s a better passer just coming out of college than Tyrod is right now after ample NFL experience.  AND he is a far superior athlete.  Everybody knows that...

That's all well and good...but how does he compare to PETERMAN?!  Inquiring minds want to know!

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5 minutes ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

He’s a better passer just coming out of college than Tyrod is right now after ample NFL experience.  AND he is a far superior athlete.  Everybody knows that...

 

His 57% completion percentage really does jump off the page compared to his peers.  What an awesome passer.  We haven't seen a 57% passer in generations....

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1 minute ago, Ridgewaycynic2013 said:

That's all well and good...but how does he compare to PETERMAN?!  Inquiring minds want to know!

 

Well, he can run a lot faster.  😂  Also, LJ’s arm is a howitzer compared to Peterman’s.  Whether or not either of them can be consistently accurate in a NFL game remains to be seen.

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2 minutes ago, Luxy312 said:

 

His 57% completion percentage really does jump off the page compared to his peers.  What an awesome passer.  We haven't seen a 57% passer in generations....

 

look at tyrods college production. jackson blows it away

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3 minutes ago, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

Well, he can run a lot faster.  😂  Also, LJ’s arm is a howitzer compared to Peterman’s.  Whether or not either of them can be consistently accurate in a NFL game remains to be seen.

It's settled then.  Jackson delivers the pizzas.  10 minutes or less thanks to 40 yard dash results.

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Whatever did happen to the Domino's 'Noid'?

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1 minute ago, Luxy312 said:

 

His 57% completion percentage really does jump off the page compared to his peers.  What an awesome passer.  We haven't seen a 57% passer in generations....

 

YOU compared him to Tyrod Taylor.  I think that is a bad comparison.  I’d say more like Vick than Taylor.  Certainly a better passer coming out of college than TT was coming out of VTech.  And LJ has improved every season.

1 minute ago, aristocrat said:

 

look at tyrods college production. jackson blows it away

 

Thank you.

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Just now, Johnny Hammersticks said:

 

YOU compared him to Tyrod Taylor.  I think that is a bad comparison.  I’d say more like Vick than Taylor.  Certainly a better passer coming out of college than TT was coming out of VTech.  And LJ has improved every season.

 

Tyrod and him were both right at 57% completion.  Can Jackson run?  Sure.  That was his game in college.  Run first.  I could care less.  Vick was a generational talent and drafted #1 overall in his draft class.  Jackson was the 5th QB taken and the last in the first round.  ZERO comparison to Vick, other than in people's minds.

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3 minutes ago, Luxy312 said:

 

Tyrod and him were both right at 57% completion.  Can Jackson run?  Sure.  That was his game in college.  Run first.  I could care less.  Vick was a generational talent and drafted #1 overall in his draft class.  Jackson was the 5th QB taken and the last in the first round.  ZERO comparison to Vick, other than in people's minds.

 

have you even seen jacksons college passing stats?

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Just now, aristocrat said:

 

have you even seen jacksons college passing stats?

Yup.  57% completion percentage.  Inconsistent down the field.  Long wind up on longer throws.  49 MPH pass release when the ball finally does come out.  That's Nate Peterman slow.  His PASSING metrics is why he was drafted so late.  Nobody would question his ability running the ball.  Averaging more yards rushing per game than Saquon Barkley should tell anyone everything they need to know about this "quarterback".

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5 minutes ago, Luxy312 said:

 

Tyrod and him were both right at 57% completion.  Can Jackson run?  Sure.  That was his game in college.  Run first.  I could care less.  Vick was a generational talent and drafted #1 overall in his draft class.  Jackson was the 5th QB taken and the last in the first round.  ZERO comparison to Vick, other than in people's minds.

 

Ever watch Tyrod Taylor in college?  Lamar Jackson is miles ahead of him in every facet of the game coming out of college.

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