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Old 01-17-2014   #1081
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He made a comment about Height , weight and how folks might consider him another Geno Smith. I then posted a link that compares a portion of their college careers statistically, since you folks say nobody has ever made any comparison.

When you can show he claimed a comparison of offensive styles, mechanics, footwork, etc. - then I'll understand what you're bitching about.
You are confusing bitching with discussion, when Texian posted that people may compare Bridgewater to Smith I questioned it and asked how? I don't think asking for an explanation of such a claim is considered bitching.

Then you posted that link which is 4 months old and really the only comparison made is that that Smith, Griffin, and Bridgewater all 3 got off to hot starts in their respective season as Hesiman hopefuls. Then goes onto highlight that Smith played poorly in the second half of the season while Griffin continued his great play and won the Heisman. Again it was from September, before Bridgewater's season had barely begun so their was a lot of speculation on the writers part, but even he mentioned he saw Bridgewater continuting on his path of great play and not tapering off like Smith did in his final season.

So I say again, besides a couple physical attributes, what is there to compare between Bridgewater and Geno?
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You are confusing bitching with discussion, when Texian posted that people may compare Bridgewater to Smith I questioned it and asked how? I don't think asking for an explanation of such a claim is considered bitching.

Then you posted that link which is 4 months old and really the only comparison made is that that Smith, Griffin, and Bridgewater all 3 got off to hot starts in their respective season as Hesiman hopefuls. Then goes onto highlight that Smith played poorly in the second half of the season while Griffin continued his great play and won the Heisman. Again it was from September, before Bridgewater's season had barely begun so their was a lot of speculation on the writers part, but even he mentioned he saw Bridgewater continuting on his path of great play and not tapering off like Smith did in his final season.
They are both black. (There's really no comparison at all.) TB by all accounts is a smart, hardworking, dedicated to his craft young man. Geno not so much.

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You are confusing bitching with discussion, when Texian posted that people may compare Bridgewater to Smith I questioned it and asked how? I don't think asking for an explanation of such a claim is considered bitching.

Then you posted that link which is 4 months old and really the only comparison made is that that Smith, Griffin, and Bridgewater all 3 got off to hot starts in their respective season as Hesiman hopefuls. Then goes onto highlight that Smith played poorly in the second half of the season while Griffin continued his great play and won the Heisman. Again it was from September, before Bridgewater's season had barely begun so their was a lot of speculation on the writers part, but even he mentioned he saw Bridgewater continuting on his path of great play and not tapering off like Smith did in his final season.

So I say again, besides a couple physical attributes, what is there to compare between Bridgewater and Geno?
So, now you're bitching about the age of the article? You folks need some midol.

The comparison was even favorable to TB, but that's not enough for y'all. No, you have to act like no comparison was ever made. Might want to read the title of the article again.

Even better, try Google and put in Geno Smith and Teddy Bridgewater and see if you can find more comparisons. I sure could.

So, again, try to show he made a comparison that was invalid. You haven't...twice.

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They are both black. (There's really no comparison at all.) TB by all accounts is a smart, hardworking, dedicated to his craft young man. Geno not so much.
Well said.

I do think Geno is hardworking too, but unfortunately for him, he just doesn't have nearly the football IQ.

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So, now you're bitching about the age of the article? You folks need some midol.

The comparison was even favorable to TB, but that's not enough for y'all. No, you have to act like no comparison was ever made. Might want to read the title of the article again.

Even better, try Google and put in Geno Smith and Teddy Bridgewater and see if you can find more comparisons. I sure could.

So, again, try to show he made a comparison that was invalid. You haven't...twice.

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Holy crap you are dense, how is posting a fact: "The article is from September 4" considered bitching to you? I pointed that out because it was relevant to the point I was making, which was the article was written before Bridgwater had completed his final season...again another FACT

Why is it that the most senior members of this board are the worst posters? I was legitimately trying to engage in a discussion as to how Geno and Bridgewater compared, but then called names instead.
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... but even he mentioned he saw Bridgewater continuting on his path of great play and not tapering off like Smith did in his final season.
Actually, he said Bridgewater's remaining schedule was so easy, he couldn't imagine TB tailing off.

Which is why the level of competition piece is so important.
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Honestly I am not trying to argue that Teddy is some super holy prospect that is in another stratosphere than Geno and shouldn't even be mentioned in the same sentence. I just am really curious how they compare because I really don't see many similarities in their game regardless of how good one or the other is.
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Holy crap you are dense, how is posting a fact: "The article is from September 4" considered bitching to you? I pointed that out because it was relevant to the point I was making, which was the article was written before Bridgwater had completely his final season...again another FACT

Why is it that the most senior members of this board are the worst posters? I was legitimately trying to engage in a discussion as to how Geno and Bridgewater compared, but then called names instead.
If I'm dense, you're a dolt.

It's not relevant? So Teddy and Geno never had collegiate football seasons? They never had great statistical success? They weren't likely to be drafted by an NFL team? The only year that is ever measured is the Senior season of the player?

Sounds absurd, doesn't it? About as absurd as throwing out any comparison because the article is from a time before your mind finds it relevant.


Since you seem to think there's something wrong with long-time posters, here's a clue rookie: I don't know Texian. I have major differences of opinion with Texian on several issues. I saw something in here being mischaracterized (2nd one this week) and decided to show that it wasn't something being pulled from the crevices of that poster's posterior alone. I provided suporting evidence. In BOTH cases this week, the offending accuser took potshots at me. In both cases, I've responded in kind. In your case, maybe you just don't understand how condescending you come across.
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Honestly I am not trying to argue that Teddy is some super holy prospect that is in another stratosphere than Geno and shouldn't even be mentioned in the same sentence. I just am really curious how they compare because I really don't see many similarities in their game regardless of how good one or the other is.
I posted a draft report of Geno Smith, though I've never heard the comparisons, reading that report, it could have just as easily been describing Teddy Bridgewater, other than the consistency issues they saw in the second half of Geno's senior year.... but, like I've said, that's where S.O.S. comes into play.
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I posted a draft report of Geno Smith, though I've never heard the comparisons, reading that report, it could have just as easily been describing Teddy Bridgewater, other than the consistency issues they saw in the second half of Geno's senior year.... but, like I've said, that's where S.O.S. comes into play.
Damn TK, don't make the dreaded Geno Smith comparison again.

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I posted a draft report of Geno Smith, though I've never heard the comparisons, reading that report, it could have just as easily been describing Teddy Bridgewater, other than the consistency issues they saw in the second half of Geno's senior year.... but, like I've said, that's where S.O.S. comes into play.
Missed that post, it does bring up some things they said about Geno last year that are being said this year about Teddy, specifically this paragraph.

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Either way, one is in the NFL already and one is on our mock boards, lets just hope if we do happen to draft Teddy his rookie season doesn't turn out like Geno's did.
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I guess I don't understand why we are discussing Geno Smith with Teddy Bridgewater.

Let me start by saying I liked Geno coming out of college as a dynamic player who might be able to make some special plays. I even drafted him in our TT mock draft to the Jags @ #2 (no trades) thinking they could sit him for a year to learn while Gabbert sunk or swam.

Geno Smith came from a spread offense, took most snaps from shotgun, and even had people questioning if he was a student of the game. Serious NFL transitional concerns.

Teddy Bridgewater comes from a more pro-style West Coast Offense, makes adjustments and checks at the line, and is said to be a true student of the game which shows on the field as he completely takes over the offense. I don't see much risk in a guy who devours coaching like Teddy is said to do.
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I guess I don't understand why we are discussing Geno Smith with Teddy Bridgewater.

Let me start by saying I liked Geno coming out of college as a dynamic player who might be able to make some special plays. I even drafted him in our TT mock draft to the Jags @ #2 (no trades) thinking they could sit him for a year to learn while Gabbert sunk or swam.

Geno Smith came from a spread offense, took most snaps from shotgun, and even had people questioning if he was a student of the game. Serious NFL transitional concerns.

Teddy Bridgewater comes from a more pro-style West Coast Offense, makes adjustments and checks at the line, and is said to be a true student of the game which shows on the field as he completely takes over the offense. I don't see much risk in a guy who devours coaching like Teddy is said to do.
Agree'd. Teddy is very pro ready & should assimilate playbook quickly while picking apart defensive schemes/disguises. Of course he will have his struggles but who doesn't? Geno is a scheme QB while Teddy is scheme diverse, which should enable Bill O'Brian to make the Texans offense much less predictable.
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This offseason is going to be brutal.

When you take into consideration the Texans only have $5.6 mil in cap space, it's going to be a doozy alright. One that Texans fans are not that familiar with. NFL teams on average allocate $5 million for IR, Practice Squad and LTBEs that leaves the Texans with roughly $0 to sign 15 contracts lost in free agency. Brutal? Yes indeedy it's going to be brutal. Brutally Bad!

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When you take into consideration the Texans only have $5.6 mil in cap space, it's going to be a doozy alright. One that Texans fans are not that familiar with. NFL teams on average allocate $5 million for IR, Practice Squad and LTBEs that leaves the Texans with roughly $0 to sign 15 contracts lost in free agency. Brutal? Yes indeedy it's going to be brutal. Brutally Bad!

http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/houston-texans/cap-hit/2014/
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