A lot of QB's have finally taken the steps they either needed too or was expected too, 17 sounds a lil high about now, but he's about a step above Rex Grossman thank God. After all he did barely beat Josh Freeman last week
I got him no less then a top 5, and he will continue to climb every week.
Last edited by MustangSteve; October-7th-2012 at 09:44 AM.
Well Jaws is obviously a Eagles fan. So of course hes not going to rank RG3 that. With that being said I bet hes got Vick ranked in the top 10 which is a joke.
Wow, what a bunch of whiney homers. Look at what Jaws said again:
It's obvious that Jaws likes RGIII. Damn, he praises him in comparison to all-world rookie wonderboy Luck. It's also clear that part of his #17 ranking is due to him being a rookie. I know it's a Redskins board, and many here get all pissy if someone doesn't slobber their nuts over RGIII, but get real. Go back and read what Jaws said. Please point out where Jaws says anythink ever remotely bad about RGIII. Jaws is one of the best, if not the best, at breaking down QB film (him and Aikman are 1 and 1a). He knows his s**t, more than any of us here.RG3 makes his debut at No. 17, meaning he's just outside the top half of NFL quarterbacks. Honestly, I never thought I'd rank a rookie this high. The trouble is, Griffin has not played like a rookie. What separates him from his first-year peers is his consistency. Andrew Luck and Ryan Tannehill have made some great plays in their young careers, but they've also made some bad ones. I haven't seen that erratic play when it comes to Griffin, hence his extraordinary debut ranking.
If you want to hear Jaws true opinion of Vick, go to his golf course, play a round, and get him to talk football. What he can't say on ESPN he'll say in private--that Vick will not win a SB with any team.
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