His stats would tell us he is but really, how important are stats, considering the other three we’ve mentioned had outstanding numbers. However, when Brandon Streeter, quarterbacks coach for Clemson, was asked about how Watson would fair in the NFL, he had nothing but a positive outlook for his star. “He eats and breathes football. He’s in the film room all the time. He’s a gym rat type of kid, and that’s what NFL quarterbacks are made of. I think he’s going to have no problem transitioning to the NFL.”
Jameis Winston has threw for 60 touchdowns and 10,000 yards for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in just three years. He is the second youngest to ever throw for 10,000 yards. Winston has been the heart and soul of the team since his arrival despite the odds he has faced on and off the field.
Foles was terrific completing 26-of-33 passes for 352 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the championship game. Clement was very impressed with Foles performance, who has really stepped up in the
Many NFL fans expected the browns to fail but the browns quickly proved they were no
Not hard to use last year’s record breaking states of Dak Prescott to make a case for drafting a rookie QB. But, is Deshaun Watson capable of duplicating anything close to the numbers Prescott amassed, if he even gets to start in Houston?
Almost four years into his career, Denver Broncos quarterback Brock Osweiler now has two starts and two wins on his resume'. Osweiler was the Broncos second-round draft pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, and is expected to be the future of the Broncos organization.
With the loss of starting QB Devin Gardner (1,896 yards passing, 10 TDs) and leading receiver Devin Funchness (733 yards receiving, 4 TDs), Coach Harbaugh starts a new era in Michigan football with a couple of junior running backs and a few returning offensive lineman as the basis of the team's 2015 offense. Harbaugh acknowledges this is going to be a rebuilding process and hopefully fans will give him time to employ his own experience. For now, his offense will revolve around two talented RBs who shared time in 2014. The team's leading rusher was De'Veon Smith who had a total of 519 yards and 6 TDs. He will be competing for playing time with Derrick Green who had 471 yards and 3 TDs. With 7 QBs listed on the roster, the starting QB role will most likely be determined by who is able to show leadership qualities during practice before the season starts.
Two nights ago, Prescott played with the poise of a veteran quarterback, leading the team on a game winning drive in overtime. He’s thrown for 1,773 yards and has a touchdown to interception ratio of 9-2. He’s taking care of the football, making the throws necessary to win games, and above all playing the game at an efficient level. Watching the film, Prescott doesn’t look like a rookie on the field, but rather a ten-year veteran.
1. Cleveland Browns - Sam Darnold | QB | USC The Browns get their quarterback of the future, who can sit behind Tyrod Taylor and avoid the pressure of being the franchise savior.
In addition, this really demonstrated how capable Russell Wilson was of being a professional quarter back, and above all he is
On April 22, 1921, Mrs. William A. Servin and her daughter-in-law, both members of the Nyack Women’s Club, went for a hike along Pearl River; a hamlet located roughly twenty miles from Manhattan and just north of the New Jersey border. After traveling along a grown-over path the two women
A week prior he threw for 371 yards and three touchdowns. He does it all because he’s not just a quarterback. He’s a leader and a competitor.
Which brings us to Big Ben Roethlisberger who has been in the public spotlight throughout his career for good and bad. Let’s start with the good. In his rookie year, Big Ben ended up playing fifteen games in total with two of those game in the postseason starting his second game of the season taking over for Tommy Maddox and finishing the season with 2621 yards passing, with seventeen touchdowns and eleven
The Green Bay Packers are one of the most notable teams in the NFL and all of sports. The four time Super Bowl champions have a few negative qualities, including bad defenses in the past and recent years of unsuccessful playoff runs. However, the negatives do not outweigh the team’s
Marnie Foster, a teenage girl, was found dead inside a sleeping bag, next to a replica doll. Her piano teacher confessed to murdering her because she wanted to be as perfect Marnie. Detectives began to look for other possible victims of the piano teacher, June Frye, but nothing added up. So who killed this perfect little girl? As I was watching yet another episode of “Law and Order” I was sure it wasn’t June Frye who killed her. I watched how eloquently the psychiatrist, Dr. Jackson, spoke to June, convincing her to explain her depraved childhood. June began to confide in Dr. Jackson, telling him that she wanted to be like Marnie, and that the doll that her father gave her was a totem to the murderer’s loss of innocence. I watched how Dr. Jackson empathized with June, explaining the loss of his daughter. I was only 12 when I watched the episode but I realized that I want to do what Dr. Jackson does. Since then I became fascinated with all things