Is Jaylen Hurts' success concerning?

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    Waiting for the next Kyler sucks it was the system innuendo thread
     
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    Lol Jeff Tedford seriously.... what Tedford you want Tampa OC Jeff or CFL Jeff...Now Cal Jeff was good i think 10-3 was his best season? I personally think he was overrated meh
     
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    I posted this a month ago, wasn't me bumping it.
     
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    Tedford had a pretty decent history of developing college QBs into stat machines that didn't succeed in the NFL, but tended to get overdrafted. It had a lot to do with Aaron Rodgers plummeting into the 20s when he was drafted.
     
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    Ummm...... SEC , on the whole plays defense, while the Big 12 can't even spell it. I temper my superlatives when rating big 12 qbs. Mahomes was the only freak.
     
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    We saw this Jalen Hurts when he saved the day in the SEC Championship win against Georgia.
     
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    Hurts is starting to get some comparisons to Lamar Jackson.

    Here are his stats through four games:

    66/85 (78%) for 1,295 yards. 12 TDs 1 Int His QB rating is 250

    47 rushes for 443 yards. (9.42 per attempt).

    Somehow through four games he's better statistically than either Mayfield or Murray.

    After today's game against Tech, he went to the weight room and worked out. #starving
     
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    I am watching Dorian Thompson-Robinson in the UA-UCLA game. He looks so much like Kyler Murray that it’s frightening. Right now, the Cardinals defense is the main concern, but I am more concerned that this type of Quarterback is not going to translate to the NFL. Linebackers and safeties are just too fast
     
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    What is “this type of quarterback”?
     
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    Yes. There is ZERO defense in that conference.
     
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    “Air Raid” System QB, like the Florida QBs back in the day they were all stat beasts and heisman winners but none panned out in the NFL. Same could be said about the Nebraska QBs in the 90s as well. There’s lots of very successful QBs or systems that just didn’t work in the NFL.


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    UCLA doesn’t run the “Air-Raid”.
     
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    Not to mention, seems like it is working just fine for Mahomes and Mayfield.
     
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    1. Lincoln Riley is just a flat out better play caller than Kliff and we're seeing what damage he can do with QB who looks to run.
    2. Jalen Hurts actually improved a year ago at Bama. Its just that Tua was a one of kind QB.
    3. Jalen is proving just how much Kyler left yards on the field. He didn't run as much at OU and went down easily to avoid big hits. Jalen isn't worried about the hits so its allowed for bigger plays.

    I don't think Jalen is nearly as refined as a passer as Kyler. He seems to always roll to his right when his 1st or 2nd read isn't open. However, he's improved a lot.

    If there is a knock on Kyler in regards to Hurts its that what a taller/willing runner can do in that offense. Obviously being the #1 running threat keep the defense on its heels and leaves guys open. The major difference is Jalen being taller means that they're using the middle of the field more than when they had Kyler. Again Kyler could throw darts, but because of height issues they felt the safer option was to throw to outside. Jalen's vision really opens up the offense.


    One is considered one of the greatest HS QBs ever. The other played WR until his Sr. year of HS. They're not comparable at all.
     
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    Mitch Mustaine was the greatest High School Prospect of the decade coming out of high school. Not that long ago. But this is on Michael Bidwill and Steve Keim. I hope that Kyler Murray proves us wrong. But I am not counting on it
     

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