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Let's hear it. What quarterback are you hoping to see trot out on the field on Saturday night? If the starter struggles should CJF yank him?
Barton Simmons | 247Sports | National Recruiting Analyst | Twitter: @bartonsimmons
I think you've got to go with Jordan Rodgers; I think ACS is slower and JR has the stronger arm. I think during the PC game you saw him miss a lot of reads that even had Joe Fisher at points yelling for him to throw it to the open man. I think if the OL can give JR time and he does not hold on to the ball too long or try and do too much, he's the better player.
I feel he does a better job at protecting the football.
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Lol are you serious? ACS has an absolute cannon. Its not even close in comparison
It's funny, sometimes JR will absolutely torch one on slants and quick game routes and that gives the impression that he has a big arm. The reality is, he doesn't really have great arm strength as it relates to vertical routes and deeper breaking routes. When he throws it deep, he really has to labor.
Perhaps I should rephrase. I more meant that watching ACS, it looks oftentimes like he is trying to guide the ball rather than just reaching back and slinging it. JR conversely just sort of guns it in there. ACS may have a strong arm; however, we are yet to see it.
i just want someone under there who can lead us to a win, and i really don't care who that it. The staff knows them both well, and you have to trust their judgement. Kind of like with what happened last year....
I think everyone trusts the staff and agrees that they want the best player to help the team win. It is fun to debate and discuss though isn't it?
Indeed. Ready to see what ACS can really do
I think it comes down to who is most likely to make the right decisions and make them quickly enough to either be effective or avoid disaster. JR has shown that he is apt to make the wrong decision too often, and sometimes he doesn't make any decision until it's too late. On the other hand, I don't know that ACS would do any better against the #5 team in the country. I did look at the video that someone was kind enough to post of ACS at Wyoming. Damned impressive. No one really expects Vandy to win this game, and JR hasn't been able to win the big one (he's even been the reason we have lost in some cases). So what have you got to lose in giving ACS a chance to see if he's a gamer who can get it done?
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