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Old 05-05-2004   #2
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Originally Posted by axman40
Obviously, Niednagel didn't make his claims based upon hunches or the player's past performances. Leaf actually performed better than Manning their senior years.
Leaf left after his junior year at Washington State. You could say that Leaf and Manning had comparable years in 1997, but not that he performed "better":

Leaf - 55.4% 3968 yards 34 TD 11 INT
Manning - 60.2.% 3,819 yards 36 TD 11 INT

Could you tell us what Brain Typing is? Is it a written or oral test, or are there wires actually connected to the brain?

What are the Brain Types of other QB's? Joe Montana's? How about David Carr's? And what's the best Brain Type for other positions?
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