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So who is gonna be the QB then?


RichmondRedskin88

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No, we don't draft a QB. Roll these 3 back out again next year with an open compeition in TC and the preseason. QB is a problem, but it's far from the only or major problem with this team. OL, DL, LB, CB, and S are all far more pressing needs than QB.

 

Don't forget owner, President and GM, scouts, accounting, finance, HR, receptionist...

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You need to start Kirk Cousins. Look, Colt is noodle arm and cannot make all the throws. If you look at Kirk's stats, he was probably throwing for 300 yards a game and averaging more than 8 yards per attempt. He was also on pace for 30 Td's. Yes he was on pace for 30 ints, but clearly without that issue he had elite numbers. Even against the Giants, the first half was very good. He had above 100 qb rating.

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Colt and RG3 hold on to the ball too long. Look at the release time. Kirk's was the lowest and he was on pace for only 20 sacks.

Behind this offensive line, you get sacked within 5 seconds. A QB needs more time than that to make a pass. Kirk is probably jut scared of getting sacked which is why he throws that football RIGHT AWAY.

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i prefer sacks to interceptions.

(this is what Redskins fans are reduced to debating in 2014 ....)

Even if you prefer sacks to interceptions, RG3 and Colt aren't better than Kirk in that regard if you look at Td and int. Heck RG3 has more ints than Td's.

Behind this offensive line, you get sacked within 5 seconds. A QB needs more time than that to make a pass. Kirk is probably jut scared of getting sacked which is why he throws that football RIGHT AWAY.

I hope you were being sarcastic. No offensive line gives you 5 seconds. Peyton Manning throws the ball in ~2.3 seconds. Kirk's average is around the same. He has the right idea tbh.

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Would love for the Rams to cut Bradford and for him to miraculously be forever healthy. 

Interesting.  I was thinking about that this morning, not sure if he can stay healthy though.

Colt and RG3 hold on to the ball too long. Look at the release time. Kirk's was the lowest and he was on pace for only 20 sacks.

Do you think Kirk can be "coached up" and reduce the INTs?  I would not be opposed to this, only because when Kirk is on, he plays great.  Problem is when it gets bad, the kid implodes.

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The QB of our future probably isn't on the roster.

 

Or in the NFL (Bradford is interesting; if he's cheap, what do we have to lose).

 

Or in the 2015 draft class.

 

He might be in college, but then again, he might not be there yet.

 

Heck, he might not even be born yet.  He wasn't born yet in 1991, it's possible he's still not alive.

 

 

 

And this is from the perspective of us having fixed the darn OL.  With the OL we have today, our franchise QB exists nowhere in 4 dimensional space.

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Well then, care to explain why Kirk was getting sacked far less often? Advantages that Kirk has over others:

1. Throws the ball quickly. Therefore less sacks.

2. On pace for 30 Td's.

3. Offense more productive. 40+ against Jacksonville and 30+ against Philadelphia.

4. Probably threw close to 300 in every single game.

5. Offense entertaining to watch. Receivers, especially Desean very happy.

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