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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:24 PM

I meant only as a quarterback not as both which is what they did.  Cmon now no one was ever going to draft him at quarterback.  They might have been looking at an undrafted free agent status but most folks felt that if he were drafted it would be as a receiver not a quarterback.

 

You guys are over the top.

 

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Any suggestion he could play quarterback??  Undersized,injury prone, innaccurate???  LOL

Undersized, I'll give you. Injury Prone...meh, he never missed any serious time and most games that he sat out were just precautionary either early in the season or late when a playoff birth had been locked up.

 

Accuracy, however, is flat out false. His lowest completion percentage of his college career was 61% and that was as a freshman with a 140Qb Rating.

 

As a senior he threw for 3,300 in 12 games yards at a 69% completion percentage and a 147.9 QB rating. Hell as a junior his QB rating was north of 170. 



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:25 PM

armanti beat joe flacco in the national championship ftw forever and ever

Was it MMA.  I thought teams played football not individuals.  That is liking saying if we win Sunday that Cam beat Wilson.

 

Flacco was the better quarterback. Appalachain was the better team.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:26 PM

Also, his rushing totals dropped each year. He became more of a passer. For instance, his rushing totals for his sophomore year were right at 1600 yds over 11 games. That's flat out ridiculous. 

 

His senior year, however, he only ran for 680



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:27 PM

Was it MMA.  I thought teams played football not individuals.  That is liking saying if we win Sunday that Cam beat Wilson.

 

Flacco was the better quarterback. Appalachain was the better team.

 

stfu i'm just messing around dude. stop taking poo so serious.
 



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:34 PM

Undersized, I'll give you. Injury Prone...meh, he never missed any serious time and most games that he sat out were just precautionary either early in the season or late when a playoff birth had been locked up.

 

Accuracy, however, is flat out false. His lowest completion percentage of his college career was 61% and that was as a freshman with a 140Qb Rating.

 

As a senior he threw for 3,300 in 12 games yards at a 69% completion percentage and a 147.9 QB rating. Hell as a junior his QB rating was north of 170. 

First of all, he couldn't even win against a lawnmower.  Sorry couldn't resist.......

 

College accuracy stats are often wildly inflated especially when they are in a spread offense and throw the ball to backs out of the backfield most of the time.  61% is actually not that great in college.

 

Was Cam considered accurate or was that a knock on him?? His completion rate at Auburn was 66% and his passer rating was 182.  He is still not considered accurate except for his deep ball.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:35 PM

stfu i'm just messing around dude. stop taking poo so serious.
 

So you are messing around and use  STFU.  Who is taking things too serious dude????



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:38 PM

So you are messing around and use  STFU.  Who is taking things too serious dude????

 

stfu



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:41 PM

Also, his rushing totals dropped each year. He became more of a passer. For instance, his rushing totals for his sophomore year were right at 1600 yds over 11 games. That's flat out ridiculous. 

 

His senior year, however, he only ran for 680

So why did his passing TD totals go from 30 in 2008 to 12 in 2009 if he became more of a passer while his rushing totals went from 11 in 2008 to 18 in 2009.  Sounds like he was a major runner in the red zone.



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Posted 04 September 2013 - 11:47 PM

This has been fun. I have to work tomorrow so I need to wrap it up.  Don't take it so serious guys, I was just messing with some of you nuthuggers. Amazing how passionate people are about Edwards years after he played any significant time at QB. I know he appreciates it.  Now go out and be as passionate about him as a receiver.  Because he ain't playing quarterback......  Couldn't help it.