Yasinskas suggests Gabbert at #1
Posted 18 February 2011 - 10:50 AM
Posted 18 February 2011 - 10:57 AM
Posted 18 February 2011 - 01:13 PM
..back on the Subject...sure Gabbert's arm is powerful but I think Mallet is a better passer(minus the Coke-head allegations) with as good an arm.
But, between spread option QB's Cam dominates the position both passing and running. Gabbert had limited success statistically in a run and gun spread offense and those runs will not be happening in the NFL for Gabbert. Former Mizzou QB Chase Daniel, dominated in this same offense statistically, with limited physical tools. Gabbert has huge feet, plodding unnaturally running with limited lateral mobility.
Newton looks like a WR when he runs-Fluid, natural, decisive: something that helps even the Vince Young's, Vick, Mccnab's, Steve Young's, Farve, Cunningham's create a hard to defense aspect of the offense.
I agree with Mr. Scot in that I do not want to see yet another project QB come in: which is all QBs in this draft and 95% of all rookie QBs in any draft.
Id rather get a Patrick Peterson to help with the 3, 4, 5 reciever sets that may be coming our way....and Gamble was a little shaky at the end of the season with his benching. Peterson, Gamble, Munnerlyn is better than Gamble, Munnerlyn, CJ Wilson? Mcclain?.... but I digress.
Rivera did also say in a PSL confrence call yesterday that the Panthers need to get a TALL Qb...lol ... sorry Claussen supporters.... and that may be a tell.