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When looking to make a QB comparison for Gabbert look nor farther than...

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J.P. Losman

Gabberts college numbers are really really close to that of Losman, just goes to show you what kind of draft this is for QB's.

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Um...that draft was probably the best for QB's since 84'...

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it really doesn't show any such thing.

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Comparable numbers dont make two QBs similar. I actually feel dumber for pointing that out.

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losman will have nothing to do with gabbert's success or failure. tired of all these senseless comparisons that don't prove poo.

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Um...that draft was probably the best for QB's since 84'...

I am aware. JP was the 4th QB off the board that year, selected 22nd overall.

Now we are talking about taking someone very similar as the no. 1 overall selection, just seems crazy talk to me.

I am not saying that Gabbert will or will not have a great career, just pointing out that a he and Losman had very similar college careers, but way different draft positions.

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Because college careers don't decide draft positions.

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When comparing future bust QB's, look no further than Newton.

thank you for posting...

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lol in a thread about another QB, Newton's name still pops up.

I can't wait til Carolina drafts the guy.

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