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Old 07-04-2018, 09:35 PM   #65
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Darnold only started 2 years and struggled quite a bit last year. He has a similar college track record to Mark Sanchez tbh. Far from a sure thing.

Sanchez had not even a full season of starting in college if I remember right. Or just a lone season starting. Darnold was terrible early last season, but really cleaned it up later and was solid the 2nd half of the college season.
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Old 07-04-2018, 09:39 PM   #66
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These ratings show how much is truly wrong in madden. Mayfield is the highest rated QB. Darnold, consensus best QB prospect since Luck according to everyone except the Browns who are desperate to continue to be stupid is a 75 and only 1 ovr better than Allen, who couldn't hit water if he threw out of a boat. Jackson (WHO I LIKE) wasnt even expected to be a day 2 draft pick at qb for a while and was asked to be open to a position change, comes in as the second best QB. Almost like they are desperate to pander to hype.... weird that

This whole post is littered with inaccuries. This was one of the less talented QB classes in recent years. There were no sure-thing prospects. And none of them come close to Luck. Luck has been the best prospect to come out probably since Marino or Elway. Or better than those two. When you have Mel Kiper talking up Josh Allen and the Bills even taking him in the top-10 you know something is wrong.


Winston, Mariota, and Wentz were all better prospects as well.
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Sanchez had not even a full season of starting in college if I remember right. Or just a lone season starting. Darnold was terrible early last season, but really cleaned it up later and was solid the 2nd half of the college season.

He was okay the 2nd half. His season ended pretty miserably, though, where he fumbled 2 or 3 times against Ohio State along with throwing a pick 6. He threw for no scores. The guy finished with 22 turnovers which is insanely high.


He has a lot of tools that make you think he can be good, so his ceiling is high, but sometimes you have to look at a player for what they are now and right now he's nothing special, a turnover machine, and a guy that really will need a lot of hard work and great coaching to become good. I hope he can turn it around, but history says a guy like Darnold will not become anything more than he has shown to this point.
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This whole post is littered with inaccuries. This was one of the less talented QB classes in recent years. There were no sure-thing prospects. And none of them come close to Luck. Luck has been the best prospect to come out probably since Marino or Elway. Or better than those two. When you have Mel Kiper talking up Josh Allen and the Bills even taking him in the top-10 you know something is wrong.


Winston, Mariota, and Wentz were all better prospects as well.
Um, what? Last year was FAR from one of the weakest QB classes in recent years. 5 QB's picked in the first round 4 in the top 10-15 picks. For all the hype Luck got he sure hasn't delivered. Some of it injuries obviously, but no one remembers that. If you don't deliver you'll be considered a bust. Luck will be a bust if he never returns to form. Not sure why you're even suggesting he's in the same conversation as Marino or Elway. That's a joke.
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This whole post is littered with inaccuries. This was one of the less talented QB classes in recent years. There were no sure-thing prospects. And none of them come close to Luck. Luck has been the best prospect to come out probably since Marino or Elway. Or better than those two. When you have Mel Kiper talking up Josh Allen and the Bills even taking him in the top-10 you know something is wrong.


Winston, Mariota, and Wentz were all better prospects as well.
Winston and Mariota are marginal at best. With the weapons Winston had last year, his numbers were terrible. Kirk Cousins had similar talent the year before and put up 4900 yards. And Mariota? He was garbage last year, throwing more INTs than TDs.

Rosen will easily top both Mariota and Winston. And last year’s class is miles ahead of Winston and Mariota. Watson will be a quality starter for years and Mahomes is going to be a Pro Bowler.
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Rosen doesn't have that strong of an arm and he couldn't succeed at UCLA. The concerns around him are very real.
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Um, what? Last year was FAR from one of the weakest QB classes in recent years. 5 QB's picked in the first round 4 in the top 10-15 picks. For all the hype Luck got he sure hasn't delivered. Some of it injuries obviously, but no one remembers that. If you don't deliver you'll be considered a bust. Luck will be a bust if he never returns to form. Not sure why you're even suggesting he's in the same conversation as Marino or Elway. That's a joke.

Luck took the Colts to 11-5 seasons, with what was essentially a dumpster fire. As soon as he isnt there the team becomes a joke again. Andrew Luck might not get the awards, or the adulation he deserves. But in terms of a true MVP in the NFL it is him.


Also Mayfield 95 THP is farcical. If you compare Allen THP to Mayfield, it isnt exactly only a 4 point difference is it?
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The discussion about QB's is funny.


Everybody sees the new Marino, Elway, Manning or even Brees, Brady, etc. in the drafted QB's. Fact is every QB drafted in the last 5 years had 1-2 very good seasons, but 1-2 bad seasons too.


Winston, Mariota, Carr, Wentz, Goff all had a good year. Some of them already regressed the season after that, Wentz & Goff will need to show they can do it consistently. As long as one of these QB's hasn't shown he can do it 3+ years in a row consistently, they are not on level with the top QB's.


And not even talking about the rookies drafted this year who haven't even thrown a ball yet. No one knows if Allen, Darnold, Mayfield, Rosen, etc. will have a good career or not. Recent history tells us they will probably have a really bad rookie season, then we'll see how they develop.
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