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Old 07-28-2005, 02:25 AM   #1
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Unit Analysis: Quarterbacks

Sporting News August 5 issue...

NFC:
Vikings - A
Eagles - Donovan McNabb is the NFC's East best. Koy Detmer and Mike McMahon are solid. Grade: A

Falcons - A-
Packers - B+
Rams - B+
Panthers - B
Seahawks - B
Saints - C+
Bears - C
Giants - Eli Manning must ace his sophomore year. The backups have thin resumes. Grade: C

Buccaneers - C
Cardinals - C-
Dallas - Both veteran Drew Bledsoe and youngster Drew Henson have alot to prove. Grade: C-

Lions - C-
49ers - C-
Redskins - Patrick Ramsey needs to avoid turnovers. Rookie Jason Campbell has potential. Grade: C-


AFC:
Colts - A
Patroits - A
Chargers - A-
Titans - A-
Chiefs - B+
Steelers - B+
Bengals - B
Texans - B
Jaguars - B
Jets - B
Raiders - B
Broncos - B-
Bills - C+
Browns - C+
Ravens - C
Dolphins - C-
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Old 07-28-2005, 04:11 AM   #2
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Re: Unit Analysis: Quarterbacks

bills browns ravens and dolphins are too high I think we should be above the bears in the nfc rankings instead of in the gutter behind untested rookies and teams with unsettled (becausse of bad play) QB positions.
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well i guess that we have trust this, they did a hell of a job on Running back
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Nobody below a C-? Commoooon' they need to be tougher on some.
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Old 07-28-2005, 09:49 AM   #5
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Our starter has a career QB rating of 82-point-something, and had more TDs than INTs over his career. Our backup (though he had a bad year last year) is among the top tem EVER rating-wise. Like many other teams, we have a rookie in the mix.

How does that make us tied for last?
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Old 07-28-2005, 11:45 AM   #6
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Our starter has a career QB rating of 82-point-something
Did we sign a new QB?

Ramsey hasn't got even close to 80 in his 3 years.
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Old 07-28-2005, 12:35 PM   #7
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Did we sign a new QB?

Ramsey hasn't got even close to 80 in his 3 years.
I stand corrected - he has a career rating of 74.4. That was an absolute brain-fart.

On the other hand, that puts him higher than the following:

Joey Harrington (67.2)
David Carr (72.5)
Kyle Boller (68.1)
Drew Henson (61.8)

And it out him within striking distance of Carson Palmer, Mike Vick, and a host of other "stars". I know there's more to the position than rating, but a little credit...
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David Carr is going to be a pretty good one...
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I stand corrected - he has a career rating of 74.4. That was an absolute brain-fart.

On the other hand, that puts him higher than the following:

Joey Harrington (67.2)
David Carr (72.5)
Kyle Boller (68.1)
Drew Henson (61.8)

And it out him within striking distance of Carson Palmer, Mike Vick, and a host of other "stars". I know there's more to the position than rating, but a little credit...
I"ve always thouight that Ramsey has been one of the best QB's drafted since he came out. Sure other guys might have more natural skills, but considering ALL THE CRAP he has gone through . . . his #'s are not too far behind many people.
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Bottom of the Barrell??? I got a Unit they can analyze.








'Course, they'd probably go below a c- for that one lol
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G-G-G-G-G-G-G-Unit?
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