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Old 08-14-2013   #137
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Default Re: Post-Preseason Wk 1; Tj or Case?

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Originally Posted by PapaL View Post
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
If your point is that a succesful college career doesn't automatically equate a succesful NFL career, I get it. I have never said otherwise.

Stats mean nothing.
You need to watch how they play, what they have to work with, the caliber of the opponents.
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