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  1. Hackenberg Is Our Franchise QB

    Oh yeah, let's just discount 25% of his games. Solid analysis there buddy, I can now see how you managed to make those logical leaps in convincing yourself that Sanchize was a starter. Noticed how you brushed over that, you also brushed over Josh Freeman, funny how that works. You don't trust my analysis of Glennon being nothing more then a backup qb, fine then here: What do all those links have in common: they paint a picture of a backup qbthat struggles against pressure, is a captain check down artist who has a sh*t completion percentage, and is moreversuch a crap qb that the bucs would rather roll with a rookie qb in Winston and risk his future then letting Glennon even sniff the starting job. Let's look at some fun quotes from those three articles: And so far in 2014, he's the least accurate quarterback in the NFL, according to Pro Football Focus'Accuracy Percentagestatistic. This takes away drops, throwaways, "hit as thrown" passes and spikes to determine how many aimed passes find their intended target. And according to their numbers, Davis' play while under pressure is fairly close to Glennon's while not under pressure, while Glennon's play under pressure is a far cry from anything the Southern Miss product has done this season. Not only is that far below average, only one NFL starter is putting up worse numbers:Josh Freeman-- and that's mostly due to his time in Minnesota, as he was at 6.1 yards per attempt for the Bucs this year With the exact same quality of play, he could easily have thrown 6 interceptions instead of three -- and then his statistics don't look that different fromBlaine Gabbert's in 2012. Negatives • Graded at-6.1on second down and-4.3on third down. • Struggled on throws in the intermediate (11-to-20-yard) range (-9.2) and graded at-3.3on passes traveling at least 30 yards in the air. • Graded at-2.3on throws outside the numbers to the left. • Among the league’s worst when pressured (-16.2). • One of the league’s lowest grades on out routes (-5.4). • Graded at-2.4on drop-backs lasting 2.6-to-3.0 seconds and-3.2on drop-backs lasting at least 3.6 seconds. • Struggled on 7-to-8-yard drop-backs (-5.4). • Graded at-12.6against the blitz including-7.7on third-down blitzes. So we have a qbthat is being compared to the likes of Austin Davis, Josh Freeman, and Blaine Gabbert. Wow, what a world beater. But yeah, let's roll with a 26 year old qband better yet, trade a 2nd/3rd rounder for the bum rather then drafting a young 21 year old qbwho has a lot more talent then a ******* statue of a giraffe. But sweet, keep tooting that Glennon horn, who knows he might get lucky and have a long lasting career as a qb journeyman ala Fitzpatrick. And you know what's even funnier, no team in the NFL is calling up the Bucs to trade anything more then a 4th rounder, if even that, for the bum. Edit: I'm sure you'll love this stat, might want to try explaining this one. And btw, you can't use the weapons argument cause Austin Davis has worse weapons then ******* Glennon does: Player Under Pressure Not Under Pressure Glennon 48.3%, 6.4 YPA 63.4%, 7.4 YPA Davis 54.9%, 7.4 YPA 75.0%, 8.2 YPA
  2. Hackenberg Is Our Franchise QB

    And I can't take anyone seriously who honestly wants to trade for Mike Glennon. A guy who had no demand, and played on the same team that made Josh Freeman look like a starting qbin the NFL, discounting the fact that he got straight benched for McCown. As for Hackenberg, I've probably watched more tape on him then you have, considering I was on here last year arguing with people who thought he was going to be a first round pick. Nonetheless, shouldn't you go campaigning for Sanchize to be our starter, I seem to recall you loving the sh*t out of him last time we argued on a qb. Edit: Also gotta love how you consider a two time1,000 yard receiver who is only 22 to be a sh*t weapon.
  3. Hackenberg Is Our Franchise QB

    Hell no, I'd be pissed if we traded for Glennon. Much rather have Hackenberg, then the guy who got beat out by McCown and helped cement his team getting Winston. Take note, this was also with VJ and Mike Evans. Dude is Kevin Kolb.
  4. I'd like to start Hackenberg this year to, preferably similar to how the jags raised Bortles up. We have a lot of talent on this team on offense, and I'd like to get him some game experience with Forte, Powell, Marshall, and Decker. That's a stacked offense that can make a qb's job a lot easier. Either way though, I'll trust in Bowles and Gailey to bring him up right.
  5. Cause all it takes is one team. Not to mention that the Texans, whose head coach coached him in college, traded up in front of us, I can see why the Jets were starting to get nervous about waiting on him and decided to pull the trigger on him. And honestly, he's a lot less of a project then Lynch is, Lynch needs both his footwork and throwing motion reworked, while Hackenberg mainly needs to fix up his footwork and stay true to his throwing motion, will sometimes revert back to a baseball throwing motion but that's being nitpicky. Also, he does have really good footwork when under center, and hell he even shows good footwork under the shotgun but he get's lazy with it. I'd feel a lot more comfortable starting Hackenberg this year then Lynch, Hackenberg showed he has the ability to go through reads and understand protections, while Lynch was pretty much in a one read offense. I like Hackenberg, he's got a lot of potential and you can see it on tape, he'll make absolutely amazing NFL level throws into tight coverages showing that he has the arm and accuracy to make it in the NFL.
  6. I've been harsh on Hackenberg throughout the years, but honestly I'd rather have Hackenberg then Lynch. Hackenberg's mental game is far beyond what Lynch is at, not to mention that his throwing motion isn't straight wonky/slow. He needs work, specifically accuracy/footwork, but I'd rate him as the third best qb in this class behind Goff and Wentz. It'll be exciting to see what Gailey does with him, and I'm looking forward to how he performs in preseason. But honestly, profootballfocus is a little extreme their giving him an undraftable grade. Hackenberg played on a bad team, it's beaten to death I know, but it did have a large effect on him. Combine that with an offense not suited for him and you can see why he struggled throughout the years.
  7. I figure the plan is to start Geno/Fitz for like 10 games, and then let Hack get some time. Essentially the Blake Bortles route.
  8. Pretty good report, would disagree about the quick to react part though, from what I've seen, he tends to get hesitant/not play like he's the fastest guy on the team, for lack of a better words. Basically, he'll read the play, but you don't see him sprinting down to the line of scrimmage to get involved in the play, seems content to let his team mates make a play rather then getting involved. Bowles will probably fix that though, cause he'll definitely yelled at for pulling sh*t like that.
  9. Lol, thought for sure the Texans were jumping us for Hackenberg, think it might have been the final nail in the coffin when they saw the Texans jump them and they decided to just go for him. Interesting pick for sure, he's got talent and brains, accuracy is a major problem though.
  10. The difference is actually pretty huge, both Smith and Jack can take on blockers and are more of a prototypical lb then Lee is. Lee is a new age lb/s hybrid and struggles with shedding blocks, their's a large gap between them, Smith and Jack are complete while Lee's main strength is against the pass, he will struggle against the run. In the run game, Darron Lee shows two different sides of himself. When playing in the box, Darron Lee struggles with basically everything. He struggles diagnosing plays, he struggles shedding blocks, struggles bringing down the ball carrier and all in all doesn’t show a single good trait. In traffic, Darron Lee becomes useless as his athletic ability goes away and his playing strength is awful, as teams can run him over. When playing near the edge, at will linebacker, guarding the flat and outside zone, Darron Lee shows his NFL projection. He has no problem diagnosing plays, showing good instincts bursting up to the line of scrimmage making tackles. His sideline to sideline speed is outstanding, and no one will get the edge on Darron Lee, unless he is blocked. He also shows consistent tackling, all tough his angles are usually bad and with need of improvement. He recognizes plays well, and plays his assignments to perfection even if his execution isn’t the result you want. His discipline in his assignments and ability to know where to be if it’s either a run or pass play is very impressive. Darron Lee is a space player, who won’t be reliable to set the edge near the line of scrimmage as he can’t shed blocks, but when he is roaming free he shows good aggressiveness and instincts. He won’t have any success as a mike-linebacker or as a sam-linebacker. Their's a good analyis of his weakness. Taken from:
  11. Practically every big board out there has Jack and Smith above Lee. Only concern's are their knees, and considering the team with the doctor who did surgery on Smith just took him, I'm inclined to believe his knee will be fine hence the disappointment with taking Lee.
  12. Go cry to someone else about the fact that someone doesn't like the Jets pick. Boo ho, people have different opinions, get over it kid.
  13. And Jack is gone. Sweet, this draft day definitely got a lot better.
  14. GFY, I'll bitch about him wherever I damn well please, you don't like it, don't read my comments then.