Originally Posted by do work son
Do you have anything substantive to add to this post as to why he'll "flop hard"?
Arm strength lacking, leadership skills lacking, head case. His biggest asset is that he is a gamer, and he extends plays with his legs. Good for college, doesn't bode well in the NFL. I go back and forth on the high IQ, because he does locate open receivers well at times and does pick good times to tuck and run, but then he makes some horrible throwing decisions. Makes plays that make you go
, then makes a play that makes you go
He has one great year under his belt, and you guys are already dubbing him a top 15 pick. Pump the breaks. Might just need more seasoning. Money isn't an issue for him, think he should stay in college until his eligibility runs out. Enjoy BMOC status as long as possible, milk that *****.
Originally Posted by Philosophiae Dr
He's taller than Russell Wilson.
JFF will be more successful in the L than Leinart, Sanchez and Barkley combined.
The irony of a U$C fan talking about baggage and QB prospects.
Yup, my entire argument was that he won't be more succesful than Leinart, Sanchez and Barkley combined.
think he's w/ the wrong franchise/coach for starters.
I can't see Chip getting the MOST out of his offense w/ Barks at the helm.
Barkley's ceiling is Andy Dalton to me, and that's if everything goes absolutely perfect.
I don't see him doing that in Philly. Somewhere else? Maybe.
He'll never be a top 15 QB in the league, IMO. Not dynamic enough.
I don't think you know what Chip is capable of, I'm glad he is out of Oregon even though he left the blueprint behind. He's stated numerous times that his system doesn't necessarily need a running/mobile QB.
Chip picked Barkley for a reason, and for the record, he played hurt last year after Chase Thomas drilled him.
Will he be good in the L, who knows? He's not in a bad situation though. Chip isn't dumb, there have been two regular season games with him at the helm and he sees Vick getting his *** kicked and hobbled. These new offenses are great, but unless they make a rule stating that QB's can't get hit, these new offenses will have to adjust. RGIII ain't even the same.