QB analysis

Nv_Hawks

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JS has a great history of identifying QB talent. Now add Grubb and MM and how close they are to the college ranks. Grubb with Penix and MM with JJ. I feel we’re in great hands here if we decide to draft a qb this year.
 

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Let's hope. Watching the owl only made the need for an elite qb that much more urgent. Can Penix or JJ develop into elite? That's the $30 million question. Wish we knew what JS and MM think about it.
 

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Let's hope. Watching the owl only made the need for an elite qb that much more urgent. Can Penix or JJ develop into elite? That's the $30 million question. Wish we knew what JS and MM think about it.
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There are members here that insist , that you don't need an excellent or elite QB to be highly successful in the NFL . By highly successful ; I mean winning divisions , conference championships and SBs . Limping into the postseason as a wildcard team and flaming out along the way is failure , plain and simple .
Teams that only have an average QB will be watching SBs on TV forever . The days of QBs like Bradshaw and McMahon winning SBs are long gone . Bradshaw's lifetime NFL record was 212 TDs vs 210 INTs...McMahon was 100 TDs vs 90 INTs for example . They wouldn't get near a SB now days . imo
 
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