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mightytitan9 09-21-2013 12:32 AM

Your Current 2014 QB Rankings
 
1. Teddy Bridgewater Louisville
2. Taj Boyd Clemson
3. Derek Carr Fresno State
4. AJ McCarron Alabama
5. David Fales San Jose State

I didn't include any of the RSO even though they're draft eligible. To be honest, Only Hundley would be in my top 5 right now.

Pat Sims 90 09-21-2013 01:09 AM

1. Teddy Bridgewater Louisville
2. Brett Hundley UCLA
3. Tajh Boyd Clemson
4. Marcus Mariota Oregon
5. Johnny Manziel Texas A&M

Babylon 09-21-2013 12:55 PM

As opposed to the other thread we already have, oh well.

1. Blake Bortles
2. Teddy Bridgewater
3. Marcus Mariota
4. Johnny Manziel
4b. Zach Mettenberger
5. David Fales
6. Tajh Boyd
7. A.J. McCarron

SolidGold 09-21-2013 01:34 PM

Fales looks great today - my first time watching him since the bowl game. He has plenty of arm strength and uncanny accuracy. The critiques of arm strength are B.S.

ElectricEye 09-21-2013 02:58 PM

Disagree entirely. Fales is a pretty effective college quarterback, but every time I've seen him I've come away unimpressed with him as a thrower of the football. Below average zip on short/mid throws, floaty deep balls, and awkward mechanics at times.

Don't really have a concrete set of rankings right now, but I like McCarron a little bit more than some people seem to right now. Bortles doesn't seem to be getting enough credit for what he brings to the table either. Mettenberger may be working his way back into being a prospect as well. Really good physical tools. Tonight should be a good benchmark to see just how much he's improved.

Babylon 09-21-2013 03:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ElectricEye (Post 3452270)
Disagree entirely. Fales is a pretty effective college quarterback, but every time I've seen him I've come away unimpressed with him as a thrower of the football. Below average zip on short/mid throws, floaty deep balls, and awkward mechanics at times.

Don't really have a concrete set of rankings right now, but I like McCarron a little bit more than some people seem to right now. Bortles doesn't seem to be getting enough credit for what he brings to the table either. Mettenberger may be working his way back into being a prospect as well. Really good physical tools. Tonight should be a good benchmark to see just how much he's improved.

Fales just doesn't have the size to be any more than a backup at the next level. I should have prefaced that by saying without the ability to move the chains with his legs.


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