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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by bro, Dec 1, 2018.
We’re all hanging out in the mac Jones is dogshit thread
Where's the Joe Burrow thread ?!
This is pretty accurate, though Tuanon was right.
quick question for the thread:
would you rather have the rocket-armed QBs who can also run 4.5 or the guy reliant on his first read being open with the weakest arm in the league?
thanks for your time and attention as I await your responses.
Check down Tua
The one leading the league in passing, not INT's.
Your obsession with this guy is hilarious. I honestly feel bad for you.
Do you not know what an underthrow is? You can say bad decision or bad option for what type of ball to throw but this isn’t some weak-arm evidence you are trying to think itnksn
You guys fall for it every time. It’s why he keeps doing it.
Yea 20 yards is the farthest he can throw it
Some of yall make yourself look fucking ignorant for a troll
Mahomes offense vs the 23rd ranked defense by EPA per play: 14 points
Tua offense vs the 5th ranked defense by EPA per play: 14 points
whose really better??
He can at least throw it 26 yards
Tua does have a noodle arm, that's true.
Yet the only evidence people post are not even examples of this ever. It’s always throwing the ball short intentionally or where the route is. He’s hit hill in stride for 40+ multiple times. He doesn’t have Herbert velocity but Herbert also sucks.
The Chiefs outside of Kelce don't have anyone to throw the ball to
Yeah I don't care. I'm here to laugh at his bad plays.
Tua playing like Bryce Young today.
325 and 2 TD seems good? I didn't watch a snap.
I listened on radio, but it seemed like we'd move the ball and then shit would hit the fan, be it a fumble, INT, general ineffectiveness. Didn't seem the offense was near as good as the yardage. But shit happens and they still got the W. Didn't seem like he was terrible or anything.
Apparently he had 2 this game.
The criticism of him the first few years was so strong that many have a hard time admitting they were wrong so they just hate on anything they can to avoid doing that. It's just clowns on this board, it happens in the media too.
CBS is in on it too? How deep does the rabbit hole go?
Calling it shameless is a stretch. He had 2 TO, and 1 was a lost fumble. Not sure why they're upset about it being on there
this has to be satire
I mean I think the lost fumble is relevant information. It's every bit as relevant as the INT
wow, cbs sure is being mean to the starting quarterback that they're interviewing post-game on the field after the game
dbl eating up that dumb account's conspiracy stuff is pretty on brand, though
Leaving off the TD’s is weird, reporting the lost fumble is not in any way
I just wanna see the advanced stats
lol that’s the Jameis stat line. The poor, persecuted Tuanon need to chill.
Is it more likely that someone on the production team made a mistake and left it out OR that CBS is in on a huge conspiracy to make Tua look bad?
That's a rhetorical question.
y’all are taking the bait in here!
People are starting to ask again
Putting a stop to Alabama quarterbacks in the nfl until we figure out what the hell is going on
Two top 5-10 QB
Jalen hurts is an Oklahoma alum
The rookie is also bad.
He graduated from Alabama in 2018, masters from OU in 2023.
95% of rookie QB's are bad.
It's been awhile since a number one overall pick was this bad. Probably since Jamarcus
Jarred Goff was worse
For the record, I'm not a huge Bryce fan in the NFL. He was incredible at Alabama but so much of it was off script and that doesn't work in the league. Being short is one thing but he's short and slender. He's not super athletic where he can take off like Kyler. I just don't see it long term for him but I'm never going to completely write off someone as a rookie.
does any other fanbase claim its grad transfers as their guys? do nc state guys argue about dangerruss being a wolf or whatever they're called?
Nobody cares enough to troll about it with most players. If a player plays for your college team for 3 years and has a lot of very memorable games, it's not weird to claim his as one of your guys. And Jalen is a little different bc he didn't leave for a better program or to get exposure, he left bc he lost the starting job to Tua. Jalen is one of the most well liked players from the Saban era and everyone was cool with him leaving and rooted for him every game at OU.