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Old 12-30-2013   #781
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I think your full of it. Rick Smith is not a token, he's a good GM. Those who think otherwise just want EVERYBODY FIRED ALL THE TIME! I've worked with people like that and they are not successful, at least for very long.
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David Carr would have been much better, maybe not great but I feel very good if it weren't for how the organization handled him. Chris Palmer killed Carr's career IMO.
I won't disagree with that.
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Oh, of course. The IT factor.

Seriously?

Tom Brady, Kurt Warner, Trent Dilfer, Brad Johnson, and Joe Flacco laugh at your IT factor.
No they're laughing at us for attempting to be the John Elway led Denver Broncos of this era with Matt Schaub at qb...
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I think your full of it. Rick Smith is not a token, he's a good GM. Those who think otherwise just want EVERYBODY FIRED ALL THE TIME! I've worked with people like that and they are not successful, at least for very long.
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I wouldn't be the least bit surprised to see Kubiak end up in Cleveland. Either as a HC or an OC.
I hope so. Something tells me Kubiak is waiting for Sumlin's inevitable departure from College Station to become the A&M head coach. Just a weird (and somewhat sickening) hunch.
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It comes right behind his "sh" factor.

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No they're laughing at us for attempting to be the John Elway led Denver Broncos of this era with Matt Schaub at qb...
No.

They're laughing at anyone who judges a QB on the IT factor.
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No.

They're laughing at anyone who judges a QB on the IT factor.
That's all Schaub was ever missing. The ability to make the right big play in the biggest moments when it really counted outside that he was a good system qb. The "it" factor measures that. Foster helped hide that as well as other players on offense. Schaub was not just bad he was horrible when it came to showing up big in a positive way in big games. Ultimately that makes or breaks most qb's in this league but Schaub ended his tenure here still throwing picks in big moments. If that's something to laugh at then whatever...
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But that was really the point of the discussion. You can't rely on a player having "IT" when he comes out of college being the determining factor on whether you can win a SB with him. A lot of QBs have "IT" in college and fail in the pros while other QBs develop "IT" once they get to the pros. And then there are teams that win despite the QB not having "IT".
I think there's a big difference. College guys have the "it" factor. Peyton, Brady, Rogers have the "IT" factor.

The question is whether those college QBs can translate their "it" into "IT"

But I never argued "it" should be the determining factor.
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That's all Schaub was ever missing. The ability to make the right big play in the biggest moments when it really counted outside that he was a good system qb. The "it" factor measures that. Foster helped hide that as well as other players on offense. Schaub was not just bad he was horrible when it came to showing up big in a positive way in big games. Ultimately that makes or breaks most qb's in this league but Schaub ended his tenure here still throwing picks in big moments. If that's something to laugh at then whatever...
The "IT" factor is BS. The "IT" factor is not a measurable.

Do you realize that prior to his foot injury, Schaub had a 120 rating against the blitz? How many times prior to the 2011 season did Schaub show up at the end of a game just to be let down by his defense or his kicker? After his foot injury, he was a totally different guy. It took a while for defenses to realize it but once they did, he was toast.

Your "IT" factor is just looking at a successful guy and then saying he's got the "IT" factor because he's successful. It's a classic tautology.

Coming out of college, Tom Brady didn't have the "IT" factor; he couldn't even clearly win the QB job at his own college. And his first couple of years in the league, he wasn't that good. And if it hadn't been for a little known rule that's no longer on the books, he wouldn't have won that first SB and he probably would have had his hands full beating out Bledsoe for the Patriots job.

Oh... but now... after a successful career and with 20-20 hindsight, Tom Brady has "IT".
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I think there's a big difference. College guys have the "it" factor. Peyton, Brady, Rogers have the "IT" factor.

The question is whether those college QBs can translate their "it" into "IT"

But I never argued "it" should be the determining factor.
No, but cstyle is and that's who my original posts regarding "IT" were in response to.

"IT" is just "Success" or "Big Plays At Big Times." Lots of guys in college make those big plays and would appear to have "IT" and lots of guys wouldn't. But that has very little relation to how they perform in the pros because they're in a different situation with different caliber of players.

And that's my point.
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The "IT" factor is BS. The "IT" factor is not a measurable.
Some people prefer the Skip Bayless / Steven A Smith reasoning of not bothering to look any deeper than the surface. Analyzing a player's ability, what he does in certain situation, what are his strengths, weaknesses, etc, etc, etc, is too time consuming and requires a certain knowledge of the subject matter. It's much easier to just get all emotional and declare that someone doesn't have the "it" factor and therefore will never win "the big one" based on one's "eyeball test."
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No, but cstyle is and that's who my original posts regarding "IT" were in response to.

"IT" is just "Success" or "Big Plays At Big Times." Lots of guys in college make those big plays and would appear to have "IT" and lots of guys wouldn't. But that has very little relation to how they perform in the pros because they're in a different situation with different caliber of players.

And that's my point.
Yep ... in the pros , IT means I will do above and beyond what it takes to win this week .
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Too many times this was mentioned in relationship to Matt Schaub so in reply to all of the above. QBR is bull****. Even the former players on all the major football pre-games acknowledge it means nothing.

I will take Brett Favre's and Peyton Manning's desire to rip your heart out over QBR any day.
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David Carr would have been much better, maybe not great but I feel very good if it weren't for how the organization handled him. Chris Palmer killed Carr's career IMO.
Palmer didn't kill Carr . Carr had bad mechanics which means he never took to coaching . He probably had his dad in his ear the whole time , like QB75 was some expert or something .
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...Something tells me Kubiak is waiting for Sumlin's inevitable departure from College Station to become the A&M head coach...
Schefter reported today that Kubiak is a candidate for the HC job in Tampa.
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I think he would be better served taking a year off & recharging his battery, season was brutal on him.
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The "IT" factor is BS. The "IT" factor is not a measurable.

Do you realize that prior to his foot injury, Schaub had a 120 rating against the blitz? How many times prior to the 2011 season did Schaub show up at the end of a game just to be let down by his defense or his kicker? After his foot injury, he was a totally different guy. It took a while for defenses to realize it but once they did, he was toast.

Your "IT" factor is just looking at a successful guy and then saying he's got the "IT" factor because he's successful. It's a classic tautology.

Coming out of college, Tom Brady didn't have the "IT" factor; he couldn't even clearly win the QB job at his own college. And his first couple of years in the league, he wasn't that good. And if it hadn't been for a little known rule that's no longer on the books, he wouldn't have won that first SB and he probably would have had his hands full beating out Bledsoe for the Patriots job.

Oh... but now... after a successful career and with 20-20 hindsight, Tom Brady has "IT".
Will Schaub lead a team to a AFC Championship game in his career? Did his qbr take the texans there? Tom Brady is successful because he shows up in big games. Does he win every year? No. He has won games... late 4th quarter with seconds left games... he has done that many many times. The texans wasn't even asking Schaub to be Brady... just be half of Brady but don't literally lose the games for us. Most were in denial about Schaub but if you are honest about it Schaub was overrated hence the contract the texans signed him to. I know this thread is about the future head coach Bill O'Brien who would have had Schaub outta here or benched all long time ago.
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No, but cstyle is and that's who my original posts regarding "IT" were in response to.

"IT" is just "Success" or "Big Plays At Big Times." Lots of guys in college make those big plays and would appear to have "IT" and lots of guys wouldn't. But that has very little relation to how they perform in the pros because they're in a different situation with different caliber of players.

And that's my point.
Nope you assumed I'm making all about the "it" factor. It's not when evaluating every qb. It's just with Schaub it's a glaring weakness that plagues him. The other facets of his game was acceptable and understood by most to be average to good.
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After careful consideration, Aaron Rodgers has "IT".
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