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Old 07-18-2011   #24
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Default Re: Kareem Jackson's plight.

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Originally Posted by Clamp View Post
Jamarcus russel was a 6'5'' 300lb human cannon, and he was a one trick pony who washed out after 3 seasons. And like I said, a handful could do it better. Farve, Flacco, Cutler, and a few other notable strong arms could have heaved it 75 yards. But despite what you might think, the average qb might be able to throw 60 yards on a good day with no one rushing him. Shaub did it with only a few seconds to read it, set his feet, and pull the trigger.

Is he elite? No.

Is he better than over half the QBs in the league? Yes.

Do his other qualities that he bring to the table (that a guy like Jamarcus Russel, Kyle Boller, and Cutler dont have) make up for not having one of the best deep balls in the game? Yes
<--- means he was just picking. In no way was he implying Jamarcus was/is a better QB than Schaub.

For the most part he agrees with you.
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