there are not a lot of comparable QBs to Jacoby. hes bigger and stronger than most, pretty slow when running but not easy to bring down
he misses way too many open receivers for me to be on board with him
You do realize that he was NEVER Fourth...... right??
Luck was gone before Hoyer was signed
I have NO IDEA if Kelly is a keeper or not......
He was a headcase...... maybe he still is a headcase
I dont know that he is the long term answer.. Or not
......... the little that I have seen of him
- He has better touch than JB
- He has better accuracy than JB
- He has a quicker release than JB
- He is much more mobile than JB
- He moves through reads quicker than JB
Other than THOSE factors....... I would agree
high end: Jacoby Brissett
low end: Jacoby Brissett
high end: Matt Ryan+/Tony Romo
low end: Ryan Tannehill
high end: Steve Young/Russell Wilson
low end: ?? broken Steve Young
high end: Pattrick Mahomes/Carson Wentz
low end: DeShone Kizer (ok, I need to take a shower after this one...)
high end: Carson Wentz
low end: Deshone Kizer
high end: Joe Flacco+
low end: Zach Mettenberger
high end: Jimmy Garoppolo/Kirk Cousins
low end: Nathan Peterman/Cody Kessler
high end: Dak Prescott
low end: Marcus Mariota
I have absolutely no problems with any of those quarterbacks. Great selections. I know some fans in Denver thought Shannon Sharp should have gotten in as a TE, and Steeler fans thought Troy Polamalu should have gotten in as safety.
As much as we all give Belichick grief for his many Shennanigans , I have to say I am impressed with him on this show. He seems to be a very good student of NFL history, and even shown a good sense of humor that people rarely see.
I also like that Belichick was a huge Baltimore Colt’s fan , and idolized those late 50’s , early 60’s Colt teams. His dad Steve coached at Navy, and Bill was in Annapolis MD at the time. A final footnote was that his first NFL coaching job was with the Baltimore Colts in 1975, under the tutelage of good ol’ Teddy Football.