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Old 10-18-2013, 02:27 PM   #76
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No, completing barely half of his passes and two turnovers wouldn't impress me by RGIII or anyone.

Griff's been throwing for 300 yards weekly this season despite his accuracy issues, so if he came out with a 123, 142 or even a 235-yard night, they'd all be letdowns.

Here's the difference between the two QBs: Griffin is the leader of this offense. Everything runs through him and depends on him. Wilson is more of, to use the overused term, a game manager.

Take a look at these game performances and tell be Wilson is the key to their offensive success:


@ 25 /33 320 yds 75.8%
CAR

vs 8 /19 142 yds 42.1%
SF


vs 14 /21 202 yds 66.7%
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@ 12 /23 123 yds 52.2%
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@ 15 /31 210 yds 48.4%

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vs 23 /31 257 yds 74.2%
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@ 18 /29 235 yds 62.1%
ARI



He seems to be a Jay Cutler-like QB who will have a good game or a bad game, nothing in between. His team is carrying him. He's really only had 2 solid games passing the ball this year. When your QB can pass below 50% and for less than 150 yards almost every other game and you're still winning, you know you have a solid team around that QB.



His defense scores a lot and they usually play with the lead, so they can run the ball all game long. If he had to try to come back every week with his arm, I don't think he'd have as much success.
Griffins 300 yard games dont count for shit,most of it was garbage time.If you want to bring up stats how about the qbr rating of the two.Wilson is 10th in the league at 60.5-RG3 is 32 out 0f 36 at 30.9.But I dont want to make this about Griffin Vs Wilson.

I watched last nights game and I watched the Houston game,I am very impressed with this kid,guess we are not seeing the same things and seems we will never agree on this subject
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Why is it that everytime Wilson is mentioned around here it's..."well RG3 can do what he does and do it better!".. it's so annoying.

I assume that most of you have high football IQ's and can watch a game w/out your RG3 glasses on...lol. What makes Wilson (and RG3) unique is that they can impact the game w/out having Aaron Rogers stats. Griff did this a ton last year where he only threw for 200 yards or so. Wilson does the same thing. He plays on a team with a better defense, but IMO we have better talent at TE and WR than they do. Wilson just makes plays and is playing better than RG3 this year. It doesn't mean he's better, right now he is...he threw some guys open last night. I haven't seen RG3 do that all year. It is what it is...hopefully RG3 will get more comfortable as the year goes on....we all want RG3 to be great, right now he's just an average NFL QB.
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Total QBR rating is dumb that's Y the league still uses their version
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Total QBR rating is dumb that's Y the league still uses their version
I do not agree,I think it more accurately reflects how a qb is performing.It takes into account things like if a completed pass was 50 yards,was it 40 yards in the air or 5 yards.
Explaining the statistics behind the Total Quarterback Rating - ESPN
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I do not agree,I think it more accurately reflects how a qb is performing.It takes into account things like if a completed pass was 50 yards,was it 40 yards in the air or 5 yards.
Explaining the statistics behind the Total Quarterback Rating - ESPN
One of the problems with QBR is it is heavily weighed in the 4th quarter of a tight game. Get a big lead, or be losing by a couple of TD's, and the QBR will down grade you. Not all clutch QB's are losing by a small margin with 4 minutes left in the game. Thats why Andrew Lucks QBR is always very high. Because it doesnt weigh the early game mess ups that he tends to have. Thats not meant to be negative to Luck, hes going to be a great one. But a lot of why he has to lead his team back is because he put his team behind in the first place.

Struggle early, play good late, and the QBR loves you. A TD in the first can play as large of a role as a TD in the 4th in terms of whether you win the game. The QBR does not see it that way.
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No, completing barely half of his passes and two turnovers wouldn't impress me by RGIII or anyone.

Griff's been throwing for 300 yards weekly this season despite his accuracy issues, so if he came out with a 123, 142 or even a 235-yard night, they'd all be letdowns.

Here's the difference between the two QBs: Griffin is the leader of this offense. Everything runs through him and depends on him. Wilson is more of, to use the overused term, a game manager.

Take a look at these game performances and tell be Wilson is the key to their offensive success:


@ 25 /33 320 yds 75.8%
CAR

vs 8 /19 142 yds 42.1%
SF

vs 14 /21 202 yds 66.7%
JAC

@ 12 /23 123 yds 52.2%
HOU

@ 15 /31 210 yds 48.4%
IND

vs 23 /31 257 yds 74.2%
TEN

@ 18 /29 235 yds 62.1%
ARI


He seems to be a Jay Cutler-like QB who will have a good game or a bad game, nothing in between. His team is carrying him. He's really only had 2 solid games passing the ball this year. When your QB can pass below 50% and for less than 150 yards almost every other game and you're still winning, you know you have a solid team around that QB.



His defense scores a lot and they usually play with the lead, so they can run the ball all game long. If he had to try to come back every week with his arm, I don't think he'd have as much success.
See...this is a classic case of looking at everything with your RG3 glasses on....lol.
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People crushing r Wilson aren't watching. Where is that team with an avg vet qb?
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People crushing r Wilson aren't watching. Where is that team with an avg vet qb?
Yeah, he sucks so bad he only threw 3 TD passes against a pretty good Cards D with both starting tackles out of the game and are 6-1. Yeah, he's horrible.
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I do not agree,I think it more accurately reflects how a qb is performing.It takes into account things like if a completed pass was 50 yards,was it 40 yards in the air or 5 yards.
Explaining the statistics behind the Total Quarterback Rating - ESPN
who's to say which is play was a better one? A 5 yard dump down that goes for 40 yards can be a smarter decision than a 40 yard heave & prayer.
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RIP. Bum Phillips. Great coach better man.
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Bum Phillips dies at 90; folksy Texas football icon coached NFL's Oilers and Saints - latimes.com
I had not heard that...what a great dude and a great coach as well. I lived in the Houston area during his heyday......RIP Bum
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Nice to hear the Cowboys are headed towards salary cap hell.
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Nice to hear the Cowboys are headed towards salary cap hell.
Yeah, that makes me literally thrilled.
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