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Old 08-14-2013   #134
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Default Re: Post-Preseason Wk 1; Tj or Case?

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Originally Posted by The Pencil Neck View Post
Most of the QBs who have shattered records in college as thoroughly as Case shattered records don't translate to the NFL. Just look at Ware and Klingler or B.J. Symons or Colt Brennan or Harrell or Chang or even Tebow and Vince Young.

There's a reason why QBs like that aren't drafted as high anymore as QBs that work within a "normal" offense in college.
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I disagree; many teams NFL teams now run the spread, or the zone read (which is a variation of the spread.) For at least a couple of years, Keenum's offense included a TE or two.
How have any of the all time NCAA passers fared in the NFL?

1. Case Keenum* 19217 2007 2011 Houston
2. Timmy Chang* 17072 2000 2004 Hawaii
3. Landry Jones* 16646 2009 2012 Oklahoma
4. Graham Harrell* 15793 2005 2008 Texas Tech
5. Ty Detmer 15031 1988 1991 Brigham Young
6. Kellen Moore* 14667 2008 2011 Boise State
7. Colt Brennan* 14193 2005 2007 Hawaii
8. Philip Rivers* 13484 2000 2003 North Carolina State
9. Colt McCoy* 13253 2006 2009 Texas
10. Kevin Kolb* 12964 2003 2006 Houston
11. Dan Lefevour* 12905 2006 2009 Central Michigan
12. Tim Rattay 12746 1997 1999 Louisiana Tech
13. Ryan Lindley* 12690 2008 2011 San Diego State
14. Luke McCown 12666 2000 2003 Louisiana Tech
15. Chris Redman 12541 1996 1999 Louisville

An asterisk (*) after a player's name indicates bowl stats are included.

Source: http://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/...er-career.html
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