Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by CFLredzoned, May 13, 2019.
Dr. Jones is one of the biggest Murray supporters this board has.
I don't see how this is a bad thing...and I have read all of the posts.
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Whatever makes it work faster. KK is meeting Murray metaphorically half-way.
It's not about seeing if the guy can do it your way, or judging how smart it is, it's about hitting the ground running and getting the offense going as fast as possible.
Smart approach from our coach imo.
My apologies. I misread his post.
QB1 posts a 73 QB Rating when pressured
QB2 posts a 143 QB Rating when pressured
I'd stay the hell away from QB1 and draft QB2
Here's how relevant that stat is. This comes from PFF a couple years ago:
• Anyone surprised to see Josh McCown lead the league in most major categories under pressure? He topped the league in PFF Grade (+8.9), QB Rating (112.2), Accuracy Percentage (79.7%), and yards per attempt (8.6).
Why would you want a QB who was well below average against pressure on a team with a shaky offensive line?
I think Haskins is going to play 10 years + in the NFL....as a backup.
That's your opinion. I disagree.
But what does Haskins have to do with this thread? Seems you and dvontel are obsessed with him and comment on him much more than I do. Don't think I've mentioned him since the draft, other than to respond to you guys.
Actually you mentioned him in this thread and I'm having fun with it.
How you going to anoint Tua as a stud against an AWFUL defense while doubting Murray who had a decent game against a spectacular defense??
Did you even watch the game?? They were still blitzing and pressing at the line in the blowout. Man y’all not even being rational at this point.
Tua was horrible against Clemson.
This is a nationally televised championship game with kids trying to show off for the NFL. Fat chance imo.
I said in that game, he was a stud. I am not making sweeping generalizations on the talents of a quarterback based on the single game.
yeah. That means every player still was putting in the effort they would have been if the game was close or they were down. right.
Actually KK said there's only some verbiage he will use from Riley. I think this will be for the same or very similar plays that Kyler ran successfully in college.
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