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    Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    I honestly feel like the comparison is dead on at this point.
    Anyone else agree?
    Which QB does Tarvaris remind you of?

    Lets look at their first 3 seasons

    TJ drafted 2round 64overall

    Passing
    58% competition; 3,442 yards; 6.6 avg, 20TD; 18INT, 76.5 Rating

    Running
    482 yards, 5.1 avg, 4TD

    KS drafted 2round 60overall

    Passing
    53% competition, 3,180 yards, 6.2 avg, 22TD, 19INT, 76.9 Rating

    Running
    733 yards, 5.1 avg, 17TD

    The biggest difference Kordell scored way more touchdowns running.
    Other then that,
    the stats match up.
    Also they were both great athletes who played on good teams with coaches who didn't want to give up on them.
    Both QB's never showed they could win the big games.
    Remember Cowher didn't win a Super Bowl until he gave up on his athletic QB and drafted the tough, football smart Ben Roethlisberger in the first round.

    You can look at the rest of Kordell Stewarts career stats if you want and see that he basicly doesn't change all that much.
    In my opinion 3 years is a pretty good sample size for determining a QB's future.


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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    OK Lets sign Kordell lol

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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    Stewart was in the league for 11 years and TJack just finished his third year.
    Based on what I recall from watching Kordell Stewart I don't see the similarities and don't see TJack playing any WR.
    How will he TJack be remembered when he retires from the NFL?
    Nobody knows yet, three years is not very long.


    I like looking at four-time SB winning QB stats:

    Yr 1: 6 TDs 24 INTs
    Yr 2: 13 TDs 22 INTs
    Yr 3: 12 TDs 12 INTs
    Yr 4: 10 TDs 15 INTs
    Yr 5: 7 TDs 8 INTs
    Yr 6: 18 TDs 9 INTs

    Wow, 6 yrs before having more TDs than INTs.


    Just something interesting.
    None of know how TJack will pan out, I have my doubts.

    I just don't see many similarities between Slash and TJack
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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    Personally, I think TJ is a better pocket passer than Kordell.
    TJ throws a GORGEOUS ball when he has time and room.
    Kordell was a far better runner and I think TJ needs to learn to use his legs a bit better the way Culpepper and McNabb (prior to injury) did.
    I like what a scrambling QB does for an offense, you can even look at Cassel in NE vs Brady.
    I think TJ needs to work on throwing on the move and making better audibles to create hot receivers to battle the blitzes.
    I'm not sure how much freedom he has to operate the Offense yet.
    I'd love to learn more about the inner workings of Chilly on the game planning, Bevell on play calling, and freedom TJ has to direct the O.
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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    Can Jackson play WR?

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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    Can Jackson play WR?
    I bet he would be better than Troy Williamson.
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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "UffDaVikes" wrote:
    Can Jackson play WR?
    I bet he would be better than Troy Williamson.
    We all know AD couldn't play WR.

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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    "Prophet" wrote:
    Stewart was in the league for 11 years and TJack just finished his third year.
    Based on what I recall from watching Kordell Stewart I don't see the similarities and don't see TJack playing any WR.
    How will he TJack be remembered when he retires from the NFL?
    Nobody knows yet, three years is not very long.


    I like looking at four-time SB winning QB stats:

    Yr 1: 6 TDs 24 INTs
    Yr 2: 13 TDs 22 INTs
    Yr 3: 12 TDs 12 INTs
    Yr 4: 10 TDs 15 INTs
    Yr 5: 7 TDs 8 INTs
    Yr 6: 18 TDs 9 INTs

    Wow, 6 yrs before having more TDs than INTs.


    Just something interesting.
    None of know how TJack will pan out, I have my doubts.

    I just don't see many similarities between Slash and TJack
    Terry Bradshaw was a terrible QB. I said it. He was blessed to be on the he ended up on.
    We don't want to wait 6 year for our QB to get it. Also please add that back in that ERA, players weren't groomed to enter the pro arena like they are now. There was a rougher transition from Prep to Pros. TJ is not the answer.

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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    "kevoncox" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    Stewart was in the league for 11 years and TJack just finished his third year.
    Based on what I recall from watching Kordell Stewart I don't see the similarities and don't see TJack playing any WR.
    How will he TJack be remembered when he retires from the NFL?
    Nobody knows yet, three years is not very long.


    I like looking at four-time SB winning QB stats:

    Yr 1: 6 TDs 24 INTs
    Yr 2: 13 TDs 22 INTs
    Yr 3: 12 TDs 12 INTs
    Yr 4: 10 TDs 15 INTs
    Yr 5: 7 TDs 8 INTs
    Yr 6: 18 TDs 9 INTs

    Wow, 6 yrs before having more TDs than INTs.


    Just something interesting.
    None of know how TJack will pan out, I have my doubts.

    I just don't see many similarities between Slash and TJack
    Terry Bradshaw was a terrible QB. I said it. He was blessed to be on the he ended up on.
    We don't want to wait 6 year for our QB to get it. Also please add that back in that ERA, players weren't groomed to enter the pro arena like they are now. There was a rougher transition from Prep to Pros. TJ is not the answer.
    We don't know if he is or he isn't.
    I say he won't be.
    Reality is that there are many QBs that took time to develop, that is nothing new.

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    He has four rings to prove it.
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    Re: Tarvaris Jackson and Kordell Stewart

    "Prophet" wrote:
    "kevoncox" wrote:
    "Prophet" wrote:
    Stewart was in the league for 11 years and TJack just finished his third year.
    Based on what I recall from watching Kordell Stewart I don't see the similarities and don't see TJack playing any WR.
    How will he TJack be remembered when he retires from the NFL?
    Nobody knows yet, three years is not very long.


    I like looking at four-time SB winning QB stats:

    Yr 1: 6 TDs 24 INTs
    Yr 2: 13 TDs 22 INTs
    Yr 3: 12 TDs 12 INTs
    Yr 4: 10 TDs 15 INTs
    Yr 5: 7 TDs 8 INTs
    Yr 6: 18 TDs 9 INTs

    Wow, 6 yrs before having more TDs than INTs.


    Just something interesting.
    None of know how TJack will pan out, I have my doubts.

    I just don't see many similarities between Slash and TJack
    Terry Bradshaw was a terrible QB. I said it. He was blessed to be on the he ended up on.
    We don't want to wait 6 year for our QB to get it. Also please add that back in that ERA, players weren't groomed to enter the pro arena like they are now. There was a rougher transition from Prep to Pros. TJ is not the answer.
    We don't know if he is or he isn't.
    I say he won't be.
    Reality is that there are many QBs that took time to develop, that is nothing new.

    Yeah, Bradsahaw really sucks.
    He has four rings to prove it.
    You know what is scary?
    Bradshaw wasn't the best QB on that team and basically got the job by default......

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