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  1. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    This is completely 100% untrue. Allen was considered a top 3 prospect last year - long before the season started. His name was always mentioned with Allen and Darnold. I remember last year at this time we were talking about locking up a top 3 pick to get one of the Joshes or Darnold. Mayfield was considered a late first round, early 2nd round prospect at the start of this process. Say what you want about Allen - but let's not make stuff up.
  2. Rosen Fans

    This is it.. I get why people love him - Nothing against his personality or skill-set... Multiple shoulder surgies, multiple concussions and hasn't finished a season in 2 years. That should frigthen everyone.
  3. Rosen Fans

    Anyone but Rosen.... We need to stay far away from him!
  4. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    Except Wisconsin wasn't running a spread, air raid typcial college offense. He wasn't dumping off or throwing sceens... Essentially they were running a 80's college offense.
  5. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    eh...it's all in good fun at this point! We're going to have a shiny new QB in less than 100 hours! I'll be all in on any of them!
  6. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    simply wrong - and Jamal Adams, by almost everyone other than Jet Nation posters - agree he had a solid rookie season.
  7. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    it's simply for the purposes of comparisons you're trying to make - making a comparision of two people they have to be considered similar talents - they weren't. just being tall and having a low completion % isn't enough.
  8. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    Hackenburg was a 2nd round draft pick that was over drafted - most had as a 3rd or 4th round prospect. Allen is considered by almost everyone a top 5 talent - with many having him 1 overall. They are so different that this arguement is ridiculous.
  9. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    He's actually made plenty of throws just like that....we're talking about one or two completions a week that would put him over 60% - it's just silly. but you will concede a QB with receivers open more often should have a better completion % than one that doesnt'?
  10. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    What does Hackenburg have to do with Allen?
  11. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    what does that even mean? if you're coverend you're coverned.
  12. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    This is a very unque set of circumstances...A freak talent like this typcially doesn't end up in Juco and at Wyoming. Put him on a team that gives him time and receivers that get open once in a while...
  13. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    this is where I should get into a semantics arguemnt - he's acutally not partculalry innacurate if you watch his game film vs. the others. in fact, he often puts the ball exactly where it needs to be. He makes bad decisions sometimes, doesn't have enough touch as you would like to see - but this idea that he's wildly innacurate is simply false. Please go back and watch his film...his recivers don't get separation. put Mayfield on that team and he wouldn't even be mentioned in the top 4 rounds.
  14. Allen discusses his inaccuracy.

    Not really. thats just a line people like to use for some reason. Favre was very much a modern day QB. and both he and Montana would thrive in todays NFL
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