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(Bleacher Report)   Which QBs had the best 5-year starts in NFL history? List to the left, Tony Romo jokes to the right   (bleacherreport.com) divider line 206
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2013-08-01 01:11:28 PM  

Deneb81: xaks: Deneb81: steamingpile: Deneb81: steamingpile: Di Atribe: Misleading headline. This isn't about the best QBs through their first 5 years. This is an article about how awesome Matt Ryan is.

Really because I read most of it and they took a shiat on him while trying to elevate Joe "defense save me" Flacco.

I can't wait for Flacco and the ravens to suck ass this year so everyone will shut the fark up about him.

Yeah, the Ravens defense TOTALLY won them a ton of games last season. I mean, they were top TWENTY!

But really, Flacco hasn't had ONE receiver people would say was one of the best 20 in the league in his career. Ryan had two last year.

Yes and you're blaming that on whom exactly? It couldn't possibly be because he had to throw that much since they had no running game while Flacco had almost a top 10 rushing offense with Ryan having one of the worst.

No, not just numbers but ability wise the falcons have had arguably the best set of pass catchers in the NFL the past few years.

The Ravens have had about average at best for Flacco's tenure.

Who's better - not just stats but physically -
Torrey Smith vs Julio Jones
Roddy White vs Anquan Boldin
Tony Gonzalez vs Dennis Pitta or Ed Dickson

In every case no one would pick the Ravens guy over the comparable Falcon - and not just on stats.

And yeah Rice is a star - but Turner was pretty solid until last year - and even then not in the bottom half of the league.

And this is the post where I put you on my 'football retard' list to be ignored in Sports Tab discussions.

Also, Turner was 21st among backs in yardage - middle of the pack last year. The prior year he was 3rd in yardage.

I'm sorry you don't like the stats.


Total yardage yes but it tells very little of the story, he had one of the worst YPC averages in the league. He looks good against teams with shiat defensive lines but teams with average lines he looks slow and tired. When a RB drops off they are done and Turner was done two years ago, sorry you couldn't see that fact.

Those players you are comparing are not the same class I am agreeing but to even remotely say that Ryan has more on his team like others in this thread have been saying is just farking moronic. Their line has sucked on both sides for 3 years now and nothing they have done has worked. It delved into the O line players actually biatching at the coaches last year when it was obvious they couldn't block the second string from most teams.

What's ironic is that outside of the WR position there is a severe drop off for the falcons over every other QB mentioned yet people are actually arguing they have a great team. Only one player on the line would start for any other NFL team and he's farking old and over priced.
 
2013-08-01 02:18:45 PM  

Deneb81: Julio Jones and Roddy White were both just listed in ESPN's top 10 receivers in the NFL.

Boldin, Smith, and Jacoby Jones are nowhere to be found.

Are you really pretending they're in the same class?


Boldin, at this age, is an amazing possession receiver who will go up to catch anything.  He was among the top receivers in the league in Arizona in his youth.
 
2013-08-01 02:45:25 PM  

IAmRight: Deneb81: 'm a ravens fan, but you are nuts

steamingpile is beyond nuts.

I may have opinions everyone on here hates, but I at least back them up with SOMEthing. He's out here acting like Boldin and White are basically even at this point in their careers.

Maybe we can get him to be GM of his team so everyone can fleece him blind if he actually believes any of the retarded sh*t he says.


The bold is ironic since you usually just post opinion without ever backing up how you arrived at that point, you put me on ignore ever since I proved you wrong on players conferences put in the NFL, then you changed it and said linemen and you were proven wrong again but keep moving your argument. You are usually wrong on every point you post.

IAmRight: Well, if he scored more than 7 before the game was out of hand...and you're giving a QB credit for scoring 21 points when one TD was on a kickoff return and another was a garbage-time TD scored with his team down 4 TDs in the 4th quarter?


Oh but none of the blame is still going to be lumped by you on their shiatty defense, mainly because it would go against your point that Ryan has a good team around him which he doesnt, he has a very average team with some WRs that are amazing and HOFer at TE, other than that they have pretty average guys that have been coached up the last year. The falcons D coordinator is good at hiding their flaws but they are hardly a great defense.

bhcompy: Boldin, at this age, is an amazing possession receiver who will go up to catch anything. He was among the top receivers in the league in Arizona in his youth.


Which is my point, they act like hes shiat but in his prime he was probably in the top 3-5, hes dropped a bit but thats not completely his fault since his QB throws a weak ball. The best thing Julio has going for him is his size and the fact hes not scared to block which confuses secondaries now and scared Seattle in the playoffs, knocking someone in the mouth has the effect of shutting up that player that wont shut up about how they are going to shut you down.
 
2013-08-01 04:31:24 PM  

steamingpile: The bold is ironic since you usually just post opinion without ever backing up how you arrived at that point, you put me on ignore ever since I proved you wrong on players conferences put in the NFL, then you changed it and said linemen and you were proven wrong again but keep moving your argument. You are usually wrong on every point you post.


helian.net

The bold is definitely ironic, hahahahahahaha
 
2013-08-01 10:13:42 PM  

tlchwi02: Di Atribe: Hm, no, that can't be it. It's probably just two quarterbacks throwing balls at each other.

i'd watch dodge ball with pro QB's. you should get a pitch meeting together


Dodgeball: NFL QBs VS MLB Pitchers

I would pay to watch that.
 
2013-08-01 11:25:14 PM  

lakrfool: tlchwi02: Di Atribe: Hm, no, that can't be it. It's probably just two quarterbacks throwing balls at each other.

i'd watch dodge ball with pro QB's. you should get a pitch meeting together

Dodgeball: NFL QBs VS MLB Pitchers

I would pay to watch that.


Number of teams allowing their players to sign up for that; Zero.

/I'd love to watch it, too. F*cking reality and money BS.
 
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