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2 hours ago, King Colt said:

Two worst quarterbacks in the NFL Week One: Joe Burroughs and Josh Allen!

Josh really beat himself.  He needs to rethink a few things about the way he plays or I don't know if he can progress to the next level.  Just my opinion. 

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22 hours ago, sb41champs said:

Personally - I was STUNNED by the BEAT DOWN the Browns put on the Bengals!!

 

THRILLED that Anthony Richardson played better than the 2 QB's taken ahead of him in the draft.

 

 

2017 NFL Draft - Trubisky, Mahomes, Watson

2018 NFL Draft - Mayfield, Darnold, Allen

2019 NFL Draft - Kyler Murray, Daniel Jones, Dwayne Haskins (bad draft for QBs)

2020 NFL Draft - Burrow, Tua, Herbert, Hurts (very good draft for QBs)

2021 NFL Draft - Lawrence, Wilson, Lance, Fields

2022 NFL Draft - Pickett, Ridder, Willis (bad draft for QBs)

2023 NFL Draft - Young, Stroud, AR (TBD)

 

I would have to say unless you are a consensus No.1 pick (only Burrow and Lawrence were the last 7 years, IMO), it has been a matter of which team you go to and how they have supported you with OL and pass catchers.

 

Btw, Jordan Love looked very good so far.

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