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Ok we did this for KC, lets do it for Indy

Kaepernick vs Indy.
C/ATT - 13/27
YDS - 150
AVG - 5.6
TD - 0
INT - 1
SACKS - 3-11
QBR - 11.8
RTG - 49.9

Wilson vs. Indy.
C/ATT - 15/31
YDS - 210
AVG - 6.8
TD - 2
INT - 1
SACKS - 2-5
QBR - 67.1
RTG - 78.7

Keenum vs. Indy.
C/ATT - 20/34
YDS - 350
AVG - 10.3
TD - 3
INT - 0
SACKS - 1-10
QBR - 96.6
RTG - 123.4

So, here's my question. If you take Keenum off the Texans
and Kaepernick off the 49ers which team has the better players
remaining, SF or Houston? (injured players and coaching
staffs considered as well..)

If you take Keenum off the Texans and Wilson off of the Seahawks
which team has the better players remaining, Seattle or Houston?

That's one reason I argue that if we take a QB it should be in
round 2. We have too many needs to pass up the "best available"
in round 1.

People are consistently saying that because Keenum was an UDFA
that we need to address the QB position first in the draft.

Given that Luck, Kaepernic, and Wilson all went higer than Keenum, and
Keenum's numbers are better than all of them in head to head
I just don't see the argument that Keenums UDFA status means
anything other than the 31 other teams failed to grade him correctly..

TJ
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