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#1 Brooklyn Bully

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:27 PM

2007 - Moore played in nine games, starting three. He went 2-1 in his three starts. He was 63/111 for 730 yds with 3 TDs, 5 INTs, and 2 Fumbles. His rating for 2007 was 65.6.

- 13-10 W over Seattle No passes for a TD. DeAngelo ran for 61 yards and one touchdown. Foster threw in 47 yards rushing.

- 13-20 L to Dallas Threw one pass for a TD. DeAngelo had 60 yds on the ground while Steve Smith caught the lone TD. No WR other than Smith had over 20 yds.

- 31-23 W over Tampa backups Threw two passes for TDs. One to Rosario and one to Fauria. No WR had over 60 yds on the day. DeAngelo came through with 121 yds and 2 TDs on the ground. Foster added 46 yds.

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2009 - Moore played in seven games, starting five. He went 4-1 in his five starts. He was 85/138 for 953 yds with 8 TDs, 2 INTs, and 2 Fumbles. His rating for 2009 was 103.6.

- 16-6 W over Tampa No passes for a TD. Stewart ran for 120 yards with one touchdown.

- 10-20 L to New England Threw one pass for a TD. DeAngelo had 82 yards rushing. Smith caught the ball for 83 yds including the TD. No other WR had over 30 yds.

- 26-7 W over Minnesota Threw for three TDs. Stewart had 109 yards on the ground and one TD. Smith caught for 157 yards with a TD. Stewart and Hoover caught the other two TDs. No other WR had over 30 yds (other than Barnidge who got 55 on one catch).

- 41-9 W over New York Threw for three TDs. Stewart had 206 yards on the ground with 1 TD. Hoover ran for 37 yards and a TD. Smitty caught a TD with 60 yds. Moose caught a TD with 56 yds. King caught the third TD.

- 23-10 W over Saints backups Threw one TD pass. Stewart had 125 yds on the ground with one TD. Goodson added 44 yds on the ground. Jarrett caught the ball for 68 yds and a TD while Moose added 85 yds.

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2010 (L to New York 18-31). Moore went 14/33 for 182 yds with 1 TD and 3 INTs and 2 Fumbles. His rating was 32.6. DeAngelo ran for 62 yds. Smitty had 75 yds on the day and the lone touchdown. Jarrett caught two passes for 40 yards while Goodson caught three for 31 yds.


So...if anyone else wants to look into his stats, go ahead.

My breakdown: Other than fumbling too much for my liking, it looks like he'll be a solid "game manager" in this league who can also light it up WHEN other people on the team step it up. IMO, he does not seem to be able to do big things on his own yet, like a Brees or Manning can do. But by no means are his stats awful and by no means are they great. If we can get our running game going, and Smitty can get free by some other WR getting open, then it will give room for Moore to win some games. If no one else steps up, however, I just don't see good things happening.

Stats don't lie. If he improves...they will too.

#2 drewbreesisgod2

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:31 PM

give the dude time...time will tell

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:57 PM

Thanks for taking the time to post the breakdown of each game.
Imo 2007 stats are irrelvant. That would be like defending jake last year by bringing up his 06 season stats.

Nine turnovers and 9 td's between last year and this year so far.

Recievers inflated his stats quite a bit with good yards after the catch (watch matt moore highlights on youtube on you'll see what I mean).

What I have gathered is that if his first read can get open, Moore can get the ball to them and hope they make something big happen. If they can't get open quickly then Matt will likely try to force something or hold onto the ball too long.

Stats dont lie, we'll actually they can(see eli's picks against us) and really their not all that great if you ask me.

Game tape is def. a good measure of how good a qb can be.

So can one of you please tell me whats so great about this guy or do you just hate Jimmy?

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Edited by panther4life, 17 September 2010 - 03:11 PM.


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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:59 PM

I thought the Giants did a pretty good job of breaking him down last week in the Meadowlands...

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:00 PM

3 ints and 2 fumbles and you call him a game manager? If you can call him that then I can call Freeman a franchise qb all I want.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:05 PM

3 ints and 2 fumbles and you call him a game manager? If you can call him that then I can call Freeman a franchise qb all I want.


No one says you can't, but we can laugh at you for thinking so....

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:09 PM

John Madden once said when someone is called a "game manager", that means he's not a very good football player.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:10 PM

I laugh at you guys thinking Moore is anything more than a good backup only starting because Clausen is a rookie. He keeps having this high turnover games, you will see Clausen sooner than you think. Every qb has bad games, but they only get so many chances before they go back to the bench. Freeman will only be on the bench this year if he gets injured.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:12 PM

I laugh at you guys thinking Moore is anything more than a good backup .


Is it a sin that I agree with a buc fan?

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:13 PM

Really? What has Clausen ever done to make anybody think he is better than average? I'm a Notre Dame fan, so I have watched him play, still trying to figure that one out.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:14 PM

3 ints and 2 fumbles and you call him a game manager? If you can call him that then I can call Freeman a franchise qb all I want.


Freeman threw five interceptions to us last time. Moore sure does seem like a game manager by comparison.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:17 PM

Really? What has Clausen ever done to make anybody think he is better than average? I'm a Notre Dame fan, so I have watched him play, still trying to figure that one out.


I'm not saying he's good. I'm saying that your options are Moore or Clausen right now. When the starting qb starts screwing up, the most popular guy on the team suddenly because the backup qb. Your coaches must have some faith in Clausen to draft him in the first place. If Moore can't handle the starting duties then the coaches may put the rookie out there to see what he can do. Whether or not it benefits the team, only time will tell.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:18 PM

I laugh at you guys thinking Moore is anything more than a good backup only starting because Clausen is a rookie. He keeps having this high turnover games, you will see Clausen sooner than you think. Every qb has bad games, but they only get so many chances before they go back to the bench. Freeman will only be on the bench this year if he gets injured.


Jake got canned after his 18 pick 2009 season.
The Bucs made Freeman their starter after benching Josh Johnson and his 0-7 start and Freeman still managed to pull off an 18 pick season himself in 9 games

Edited by Anybodyhome, 17 September 2010 - 03:29 PM.


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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:19 PM

I'm not saying he's good. I'm saying that your options are Moore or Clausen right now. When the starting qb starts screwing up, the most popular guy on the team suddenly because the backup qb. Your coaches must have some faith in Clausen to draft him in the first place. If Moore can't handle the starting duties then the coaches may put the rookie out there to see what he can do. Whether or not it benefits the team, only time will tell.


We've never discussed anything like this. Thanks for the illuminating analysis.

To summarize: if the starting quarterback doesn't play well, the head coach may put in the backup quarterback.

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Posted 17 September 2010 - 03:25 PM

Freeman threw five interceptions to us last time. Moore sure does seem like a game manager by comparison.


really last time I checked 5 turnovers by a rookie pales in comparison to the same by a 3 year guy that was just handed the keys to the team. You expect a rookie to make bonehead moves like that. You would hope that he goes to the film room and learns how not to do that again. I would be more disappointed in him if he did that this year over last. Next year, if he did that crap, I would want him riding the pine, not starting the following week. You guys got rid of Delhomme due to his carelessness with the ball, so you hang on to Moore who is just as careless? How many more turnovers will you guys tolerate before he finds the bench?


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