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Old 05-02-2005   #101
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The worry I have is that even if he's the second coming of Montana, Brady , (name your underdog QB), .... he may never get enough quality playing time in the NFL to make him worth trading or using ....
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Throughout the 2005 NFL Europe season, NFLEurope.com invites you to take a look inside the world of a player from one of the six NFLEL teams with our Ask the Pros feature. You can send in questions to a player, and they will reply on NFLEurope.com the following week.

This week Berlin Thunder quarterback Dave Ragone will take your questions. The Houston Texans allocated passer has steered the Thunder to a league-leading 4-1 record, and has them on track to make it to their fourth World Bowl in five seasons. Ragone’s passer rating of 93.2 ranks second in the league, and he has completed 79 of 128 passes for 858 yards, with seven touchdowns this season.

Ragone started two games for the Texans late in his rookie season of 2003 after being a third-round draft pick out of Louisville. The strong-armed southpaw was one of the nations’ most prolific passers over his three years as a starter with the Cardinals, and was an All Conference USA Offensive Player of the Year each season.

Send in a question today for Ragone and he will come back with a reply early next week.

In order to have your questions answered by Dave Ragone, send your message to enquiries@nflp.co.uk, and be sure to include your full name, city and state. Those entries that do not include full name, city and state cannot be considered by NFLEurope.com.

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ive always doubted if these emails actually get to the player....
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Dave Ragone is neck-and-neck with Hamburg's Casey Bramlett as the league's top quarterback. He's thrown seven touchdowns, exactly the same number Bramlett and his second-quarter sub Ryan Dinwiddie have combined for.
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Berlin is used to hard fought games. Three of the Thunder’s four victories have been settled only in the last two minutes of the ballgame, and last week’s game against Amsterdam wasn’t decided until a last second interception that was returned for a touchdown by Jermaine Mays.

“Hopefully last weeks win will continue to give us the motivation to go out there and play very well against Cologne,” quarterback Dave Ragone said. “Cologne’s defense is the top ranked defense in the League, and they have been very successful so far in holding back offensive teams. I think it’s going to be a great game.”

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Are we ever gonna get a Berlin game here? I have satellite (DirecTV) but have never caught a game yet. DTVs program guide is pretty vague as to which game will actually be on.
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Berlin finally got onto the scoreboard with a trick play on their first possession of the second period. Bret Engemann had replaced Ragone at quarterback, but the Oakland Raiders quarterback was not the man to throw the touchdown, pitching the ball out to receiver Aaron Boone on the reverse who found Michael Jennings deep down field for a 51-yard touchdown pass.

The Thunder managed to tie the score with a field goal on the first drive of the second half. With Ragone back behind center, they moved from their 30 to Cologne’s 22 as the Houston Texans quarterback hit Michael Jennings on consecutive passes, the second a 22-yard pickup. Cal Murray’s 6-yard run gave Berlin a first down at the 11, but Boone was unable to hold onto the ball on a crossing pattern that would have got him into the endzone, and instead Berlin had to settle for a 22-yard Miller kick.

Chris Lewis was unable to inspire the Centurions to any offensive heights as Cologne went three and out, they key play a sack by defensive end Isaac Hilton that lost four yards for Cologne. On the first play after Steve Baker’s punt, Ragone hit Jennings on a quick slant that the speedy New York Giants receiver turned into a 70-yard score, outrunning the entire Cologne defense to hand the Thunder their first lead of the game at 17-10.

Berlin’s half-time defensive adjustments continued to pay off as national defensive end Christian Mohr came up with a tackle nine yards behind the line of scrimmage on the first play of Cologne’s next drive, bringing Baker back onto the field. The Thunder went on a clock controlling drive, wiping seven minutes off but ultimately coming away without a score after Cologne cornerback Jamaine Winborne sacked Ragone on third down.

After both teams punted the Thunder took over at their 25 with 1:50 remaining. Ragone hit Boone for a 31-yard gain to get to the Cologne 40, but Terrance Stubbs spilled an opportunity to get inside the 20, and another incompletion on fourth down secured the win for the Centurions.
Ragone was 13 of 23 for 192 yards and 1 td O Ints for a qb rating of 98.5

sacked 2/29 yards and rushed 5 times for 21 yards
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with that said Ragone has been solid over there.

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for the season ..

Ragone 79 of 128for 858 yards at 61.7% completion 7td's and 3 Ints..sacked 7times for 51 yards and a qb rating of 93.2



I am not sure if that is up to date with todays game.
http://www.nfleurope.com/stats/leaders

ragone has 14 rushes for 52 yards. 3.9 a run and 1 TD


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That is not updated for today's game. After last week's game, Ragone had been ranked #2 in the league in passer rating, just behind Casey Bramlet of Hamburg (Cincinnati Bengals). However, Bramlet did not have a good week this week, so Ragone should take over the #1 spot when the ratings are recalculated withing the next few days. I don't know how to calculate the ratings, or I would probably do it.
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i actually have a program to calculate the ratings - pretty neat, PM me if you want me to send it to you.

but including this weeks game ragone should take over at #1 with a QB rating of 94. bramlet (CIN) should drop to #2 with a rating of 89.
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Berlin Thunder quarterback Dave Ragone suffered only his second loss of the season on Sunday, but took time off afterwards to respond to some of the questions he was sent by fans last week. The Houston allocated quarterback, who has started two games for the Texans in the NFL, has compiled a 4-2 record as a starter in Berlin.

Ragone has completed 92 of 151 passes for 1,050 yards, with eight touchdowns and two interceptions this year. Among the questions Ragone answered were about the difference between NFL Europe and the NFL, his relationship with offensive coordinator Steve Logan and his likeness in Madden 2005.

Has Chris Redman been able to give you any advice on playing the waiting game while waiting for your shot to prove you are a legit NFL quarterback? And do you feel you are still a part of the Texans plan for the future?
Andrew Sexton, Austin, Texas

"Chris has been very influential in my development. We have known each other for a long time, and I know that he is someone that I can always go to for advice both on and off of the field. I really think that I can learn from his experiences and help that make me a better quarterback. Certainly I love being a part of the Houston Texans' franchise. It's a top-notch organization and I'm honored to be out here representing them."

Do you find that reading defenses in NFL Europe any easier to read than a defense in the NFL, given your experience with both.
Sean Pantellere, Allendale, New Jersey

"It's a bit more basic because of the rules here. But we are also limited offensively so it's even."

What is the biggest difference between the NFL and NFLE? With such a short season in Europe what do they do from a playbook standpoint? Is it a whole new playbook that you have to learn or do they have a simplified system? If it is a new system how does everyone deal with learning it in such a short time?
Jim Dudley, Bedford, Virginia

"That's a good question. In NFL Europe, we put a base package of plays in during training camp in Tampa, and then maybe we put in about 5 or 10 new plays a week. In the NFL we may put in 30 or so plays a week. With so many players coming from different teams, obviously some guys may be more accustomed to this style of offense than others. What I like about being here is that I believe that we run the most complex and interesting offense of any NFL Europe team. We may have a little less time to grasp all of it because it's just a 10-week season, but if we can perfect the offense than I believe we can do really, really well."

With the experience you are gaining in Europe, does it give you a new level of confidence going into the summer back in Houston?
Wes Parrish, Bardstown, KY

"Sure. I played two games for the Texans so this is the first time since college that I have really been able to play a considerable amount of time. I think this League has been really good for me in terms of seeing my ability to play at this level."

I know you are the son of Italian immigrants - how did your parents feel about you going back Europe to play football?
Paul Facchiano, Port Jefferson, NY

"My parents are definitely excited that I am closer to their homeland. My wife is also from Estonia, so she has been able to go back and see relatives which has been great. As far as my parents, I have to let them know that the pasta is better here in Europe!"

What do you miss most about the States?
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"Great question, Anna. I guess the thing I miss most about the States is my sister, Anna Lucas, from Brecksville, Ohio."

While at college you faced off against your current offensive coordinator, Steve Logan, then headcoach of ECU. Steve Logan has had much success in developing quarterbacks, such as Jeff Blake, David Garrard and just recently with World Bowl winner Rohan Davey. Considering your shared history and current placement together at Berlin how is the working-relationship and how will this entire experience impact you pro career?
Sammie Walden, Greenville, NC

"I feel real lucky to have his as a coach. Coach Logan is a one-of-a-kind type of guy. He's really great both on the field and off the field, and he's been around a long time -- and he understands the position so well - that you just can't not have a ton of respect for him."

In your experience in college, the NFL, and the NFL Europe...what are the major differences in those three leagues and which one do you prefer?
P Stew, Lanham, MD

"All three have their own positives. The NFL is certainly a premier League, but I've only played two games in the NFL, so I'm still trying to stay patient and do my best. NFL Europe has been a great experience for me because it has given me the ability to go out there everyday and play. Off the field, NFL Europe is a lot like college in that you are with your teammates 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In the NFL you may be with your team all day, but you go home at night. Here, I find myself eating breakfast, lunch and dinner with my teammates all of the time. It's a unique experience."

Do you play video games? Is it cool to see yourself on a video game?
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"Honestly, I don't play that many video games, but I'd be lying if I told you that it wasn't cool to see myself on the game. And just like everyone else, I have to say speed on Madden 2005 should be a bit higher - and my awareness should be a little higher too! I'm just joking about that, but thanks to everyone for asking me these questions, and keep rooting for the Thunder."
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the answer he gave about madden was pretty funny
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in 2nd quarter... Ragone 9-15 104 yards and a td
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so far 13-26 138 yards and a td

Does anyone know what kind of offense Berlin is playing?

is it a west coast type? or mainly ball control? verticle game?
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oh, I realize this is NFLE and not THE NFL, but Ragone seems to do a good job taking care of the ball..

Ragone also rushed 6 for 40

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I was tying to look up what style of offense they run, but haven't seen anything yet.

Ragone had another solid day complete 50 percent of passes for about 10 yards a clip a TD and no Ints... rushed 6 for 40 yards.

besides that.. are they running a west coast or power running game or what?

Is it an offense that is supposed to be similar to what the Texans want to run?
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You will have a chance to see for yourself next Sunday, May 22 at 9:00 AM. They will be playing on FOX.

The link below is to the NFL Europe TV schedule for the US:

http://www.nfleurope.com/multimedia/schedules/tv

They will be on again on Sunday, June 5 at 9:00 AM, also on Fox.
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Ragone wasn't exactly chopped liver in college, so given that, it shouldn't be too much of a surprise that he is doing well in NFLE. I am pretty sure it isn't a WCO (to much read & react to get it right in the short time they have), but it is a dink and dunk that looks to me somewhat like the Pats. game. I hope he starts to get REALLY hot and wins the World Bowl with a SPECTACULAR game. I think we then start getting some folks sniffing around for a QB and CC could work a deal.
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I am happy because this gives me a little more ease when i see Carr get sacked. He will be a very nice backup this year, and if he sees any game time and does well could be possibly had for a middle round 3-6 selection.
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If all we get is a round 3-6 then keep him. We got him in the 3rd and have invested a great deal of time developing him into an NFL QB. That in itself warrants a 2nd round pick if he succeeds in NFLE and shows promise in the NFL playing time he gets. All we have done is add value to a QB to give him away for the same or less?
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