Oh, the game where he drifted out of the pocket for no reason other than to throw a terrible ball to the sideline that got picked off and ran back for a game-losing TD?
Yes, that play happened and BG was still somehow considered a surefire first rounder/top QB prospect.
Funny story, Jaguar GM Gene Smith was at that game to scout Stanzi with him Director of College Scouting. During the game, said Director asked Smith what he thought of Stanzi. Smith replied: "I dunno, I've been too busy watching the Missouri kid."
Smith has also admitted to not doing a ton of scouting work on Eugene Monroe, because he didn't think he'd be available to them at their pick. So I'm almost positive that Smith saw this game, got smitten, and blew a load when the Titans took Locker at 8.
**** my life. **** the NFL.
Yes, the very same! Great game, great game...
But seriously, I haven't watched one minute of Gabbert this season, but I remember after watching that game where he was lighting us up when sitting in the pocket, but would get ridiculous happy feet for no reason and just bail on a perfectly good pocket. As soon as he did that, his throws sucked and he tried to force things. Is he still having the same issues?
"You don't need thumbs. My best friend is my brother's dog, he doesn't have any thumbs, he's doin fine."
-Pat Angerer on breaking his thumb.