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Old 01-08-2014   #62
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Default Re: Brees, Foles and .... yes, Keenum

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Originally Posted by ArlingtonTexan View Post
A couple of years back, I saw something from a scout that said smaller school QBs have the advantage throwing into smaller windows and having to deal with more pressure since their teammates are not as physically dominate.
That's one reason I expected more from Cutler. Playing at Vandy, he wasn't playing with a team that was exactly physically dominant.

But it makes sense. Sometimes the best QB is the guy who was the guy who was having to stretch himself to make up for the deficiencies of his team. Kind of a reverse AJ McCarron.
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