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Old 10-19-2011, 04:51 PM   #61
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I don't know why so many teams are obsessed with cannon arms....seriously, unless you are accurate it's worthless. My wish is for the Skins to draft Moore if he is on the board regardless what round it is. I've been sold on him two years ago when no one knew who Andrew Luck was.

Nuh uh! Just ask JaMarcus Russell.
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Old 10-19-2011, 04:55 PM   #62
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Colt McCoy seems like a perfect parallel for Kellen Moore. Both accurate, smart, and undersized with great intangibles. Granted arm strength can be improved but right now I have a hard time seeing Moore as a high pick.
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Old 10-19-2011, 04:56 PM   #63
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I don't know why so many teams are obsessed with cannon arms....seriously, unless you are accurate it's worthless. My wish is for the Skins to draft Moore if he is on the board regardless what round it is. I've been sold on him two years ago when no one knew who Andrew Luck was.
They're like those guys that overhaul their cars audio system and get a crappy overpowered sub that just makes a ridiculous rattling noise. Personally I'll take accuracy any day over arm strength but teams are seeing Aaron Godgers and hoping to get both, especially when they invest a first round pick. Plus for now the great accurate, but weak arm isn't working to well for McCoy in Cleveland.
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Old 10-19-2011, 05:08 PM   #64
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I don't know why so many teams are obsessed with cannon arms....seriously, unless you are accurate it's worthless. My wish is for the Skins to draft Moore if he is on the board regardless what round it is. I've been sold on him two years ago when no one knew who Andrew Luck was.
Well, arm strength helps. A little more mustard and Rex completes a few more passes.

That said though, I'm with you. Like I said, took me awhile to appreciate his abilities. But color me impressed
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Old 10-19-2011, 05:22 PM   #65
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They're like those guys that overhaul their cars audio system and get a crappy overpowered sub that just makes a ridiculous rattling noise. Personally I'll take accuracy any day over arm strength but teams are seeing Aaron Godgers and hoping to get both, especially when they invest a first round pick. Plus for now the great accurate, but weak arm isn't working to well for McCoy in Cleveland.
Moore is and McCoy are only similar when you look at the stats. Moore is strictly a pocket passer and runs a pro-style offense while Colt ran the spread in Texas and got the chance to run a few run option plays. Statistically, they are definitly comparable, from a style and NFL ready prospective, they aren't on the same page.
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Well, arm strength helps. A little more mustard and Rex completes a few more passes.

That said though, I'm with you. Like I said, took me awhile to appreciate his abilities. But color me impressed
Rex can gun it at least 50 yards... don't confuse those awful balls he under threw because he's shitty with his inability to throw the ball deeper than he did.
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Fair enough. Wasn't trying to bash Moore. I'm on his bandwagon
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Fair enough. Wasn't trying to bash Moore. I'm on his bandwagon

I know. Hopefully we can get him and he can do this for us:

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Old 10-19-2011, 06:06 PM   #69
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I know that's just a highlight video but I like his ball placement. He knows just where to put it so only his intended receiver can get his hands on it. Even though that last highlight showed him putting the ball out too far on that game winning td pass against VT last year, for the most part he knows where to go with it. I think we're due for a good qb that knows where to place the ball since both Sexy Rexy and McNabb were underwhelming in those regards.
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Old 10-19-2011, 07:15 PM   #70
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I have 2 points to make if we were to take Moore....

1- Can we paint our field Burgundy with Gold markings and endzone?

2- He doesn't have a problem wearing wrist bands.
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I have 2 points to make if we were to take Moore....

1- Can we paint our field Burgundy with Gold markings and endzone?

2- He doesn't have a problem wearing wrist bands.
ESPN - Moore: "F**k this wristband and f**k your s****y a** blue field!"
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Old 10-19-2011, 07:55 PM   #72
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I like what you did there, but I think you were looking for this link instead:

ESPN: Kellen Moore,"I love wristbands, blue fields, and not using the f-word. I have not been brainwashed. Coach Peterson is responsible for all my success and deserves a massive raise."

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Which great QB's will be left for the 32nd pick.
Playoffs?
Playoffs?
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We have needed a franchise qb since Rypien. We still need to focus on O line depth in future drafts.
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We have needed a franchise qb since Rypien. We still need to focus on O line depth in future drafts.
Some of us might suggest that the last real franchise QB the Skins had was Sonny Jurgensen.

Oh, and remember, the Skins traded for him; they got him after he had been in the league about 6 years or so...
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