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    Re: Is TJ Really the revolution for the next big vikings QB?

    TJ looked like a starter out there...its the same type of offense he ran at alabama state...so he understands it...knows what to do...he will be fine and even if brad goes down...i have faith in tj...he looks great

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    Re: Is TJ Really the revolution for the next big vikings QB?

    Not at this point IMO.

    I wouldn't trust him with the 1st string and I really hope Brad stays healthy enough to play.

    He is definately an athlete and a smart QB, with time he probably could be.

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    Re: Is TJ Really the revolution for the next big vikings QB?

    "nephilimstorm" wrote:
    TJ looked like a starter out there...its the same type of offense he ran at alabama state...so he understands it...knows what to do...he will be fine and even if brad goes down...i have faith in tj...he looks great
    He looked mediocre Friday night - what game were you watching?
    His first series in, he missed a wide-open receiver (McMullen, I think) over the middle on 3rd down.
    On the second series, a DB falls down and Jackson put the ball where a pro QB should put it - into the hands of the uncovered receiver.
    Other than that - what good did he do?


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    Re: Is TJ Really the revolution for the next big vikings QB?

    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "nephilimstorm" wrote:
    TJ looked like a starter out there...its the same type of offense he ran at alabama state...so he understands it...knows what to do...he will be fine and even if brad goes down...i have faith in tj...he looks great
    He looked mediocre Friday night - what game were you watching?
    His first series in, he missed a wide-open receiver (McMullen, I think) over the middle on 3rd down.
    On the second series, a DB falls down and Jackson put the ball where a pro QB should put it - into the hands of the uncovered receiver.
    Other than that - what good did he do?


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    There have been a few passes he has thrown that made my butt pucker. Passes that resulted in incompletions that may have gone the other way for 6 if he was playing against a vet.

    Overall he has done way better then I figured he would. He has a long way to go I am sure.

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    Re: Is TJ Really the revolution for the next big vikings QB?

    He needs a lot of work, and I would say maybee a starter around year 2 or 3.

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    Re: Is TJ Really the revolution for the next big vikings QB?

    "AWZeus" wrote:
    "nephilimstorm" wrote:
    TJ looked like a starter out there...its the same type of offense he ran at alabama state...so he understands it...knows what to do...he will be fine and even if brad goes down...i have faith in tj...he looks great
    He looked mediocre Friday night - what game were you watching?
    His first series in, he missed a wide-open receiver (McMullen, I think) over the middle on 3rd down.
    On the second series, a DB falls down and Jackson put the ball where a pro QB should put it - into the hands of the uncovered receiver.
    Other than that - what good did he do?


    =Z=

    During the second series on third down his receivers were covered and he ran 9 yards for a first down (only needed 8) that kept the drive alive and gave us the opportunity to continue the drive, and then he hit Carter for the longest play of the preseason.


    Works for me, and I see his maturation as incredible!
    look at McMahon he has been in the league for 6 years and doesn't have the poise or judgment that T-Jack has in his 1st training camp.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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