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Old 10-06-2006, 02:39 AM    (permalink
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after this game I'm still gonna be asking the question - who ?
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Bruce Gradkowski - 20 Completions, 31 Attempts, 225 Yards, 64.5% Completion, 2 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions, 107.6 Passer Rating.

Pretty good if you ask me for a QB drafted in the 6th round for his first start.

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Bruce Gradkowski - 20 Completions, 31 Attempts, 225 Yards, 64.5% Completion, 2 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions, 107.6 Passer Rating.

Pretty good if you ask me for a QB drafted in the 6th round for his first start.

So now we raise the question, if Gradkowski can do this in his first start and in a hostile environment, why couldn't Simms...?
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He did very well, only bad play he really made all day was the fumble, and that was all Trueblood getting owned by Grant.
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Bruce Gradkowski - 20 Completions, 31 Attempts, 225 Yards, 64.5% Completion, 2 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions, 107.6 Passer Rating.

Pretty good if you ask me for a QB drafted in the 6th round for his first start.

So now we raise the question, if Gradkowski can do this in his first start and in a hostile environment, why couldn't Simms...?
Simms cant do 3-step drops at all.
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Old 10-08-2006, 05:01 PM    (permalink
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Bruce Gradkowski - 20 Completions, 31 Attempts, 225 Yards, 64.5% Completion, 2 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions, 107.6 Passer Rating.

Pretty good if you ask me for a QB drafted in the 6th round for his first start.

So now we raise the question, if Gradkowski can do this in his first start and in a hostile environment, why couldn't Simms...?
Simms cant do 3-step drops at all.
Because Gradkowski is a mix between Drew Brees and Tom Brady. :D But seriously, I've always been a big fan of Gradkowski, and he's now officially the savior of this franchise.
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I seriously thought his name was Brad Brucekowski
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He looked good today. I liked what I saw out of him. Good movement, a little zip to his passes. I think the Bucs might have something with him at QB.
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The rest of the year is his audition for the starting position. Re-signing Simms is FAR from being a lock.
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So now we raise the question, if Gradkowski can do this in his first start and in a hostile environment, why couldn't Simms...?

Actually Simms first career start was @ Saints and he was playing very well that game before being injured.
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Bruce Gradkowski - 20 Completions, 31 Attempts, 225 Yards, 64.5% Completion, 2 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions, 107.6 Passer Rating.

Pretty good if you ask me for a QB drafted in the 6th round for his first start.

So now we raise the question, if Gradkowski can do this in his first start and in a hostile environment, why couldn't Simms...?

Cause Gradkowski's better.
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Bruce Gradkowski - 20 Completions, 31 Attempts, 225 Yards, 64.5% Completion, 2 Touchdowns, 0 Interceptions, 107.6 Passer Rating.

Pretty good if you ask me for a QB drafted in the 6th round for his first start.

So now we raise the question, if Gradkowski can do this in his first start and in a hostile environment, why couldn't Simms...?
Simms doesn't fit the Gruden Mold as well as Gradkowski does.
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Gruden opened up his offense today. Multiple times he pulled both guards on the same play, then he would do stuff like pull both guards to the left and run a bootleg to the right and someone would be wide open. First time I've ever seen him do that as Bucs coach. Also called a double reverse which worked perfectly.
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I always thought he was very underrated and will prove it come game time, I see maybe 2 td's, a pick and a good 200-250 yards, solid performance
man, minus the pick and I was pretty dead on
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Gruden opened up his offense today. Multiple times he pulled both guards on the same play, then he would do stuff like pull both guards to the left and run a bootleg to the right and someone would be wide open. First time I've ever seen him do that as Bucs coach. Also called a double reverse which worked perfectly.
Gradkowski may be better than Simms, but Gruden definitely called a better game today and Cadillac clearly had his best game too (as well as Pittman). Those things help.
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didnt read anything, but im guessing he fits the system better ?
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