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    Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    TJack may have 14 pro starts under his belt, BUT his college career was virtually worthless, playing in a non-pro offense against low end opponents.

    Booty played at USC with a pro-style offense, a former Pro coach, and against top college teams in the country.
    Was a starter for 2 seasons and won consistantly including 2 Rose Bowls.


    Booty is already a WCO QB, TJack is still learning it.
    Booty might not have the wheels and arm of TJack, but he's more accurate and twice the leader. Is calm rock solid pocket QB, just what you want in a WCO QB.

    To make TJack effective, Chilly is going to have to adjust his system to fit TJacks strenghts... I don't think he will.
    Whereas Booty is closer to ready to get the job done now.

    My prediction is you will all be surprised in the pre-season when Booty completes 70+% of his passes.
    Throws 8 yard slants resulting in 20+ YAC, aka Montana and Young.
    Accuracy and placement are Booty's trademarks.

    TJack will be a good QB, but not a true WCO QB.
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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    "gagarr" wrote:
    TJack may have 14 pro starts under his belt, BUT his college career was virtually worthless, playing in a non-pro offense against low end opponents.

    Booty played at USC with a pro-style offense, a former Pro coach, and against top college teams in the country.
    Was a starter for 2 seasons and won consistantly including 2 Rose Bowls.


    Booty is already a WCO QB, TJack is still learning it.
    Booty might not have the wheels and arm of TJack, but he's more accurate and twice the leader. Is calm rock solid pocket QB, just what you want in a WCO QB.

    To make TJack effective, Chilly is going to have to adjust his system to fit TJacks strenghts... I don't think he will.
    Whereas Booty is closer to ready to get the job done now.

    My prediction is you will all be surprised in the pre-season when Booty completes 70+% of his passes.
    Throws 8 yard slants resulting in 20+ YAC, aka Montana and Young.
    Accuracy and placement are Booty's trademarks.

    TJack will be a good QB, but not a true WCO QB.
    Another one.. JDB might have experience in a WCO.. However every WCO is different.. so is the tempo of the game, every rookie will have to adjust to speed of the game.. NFL is a much faster game than college football.. He will be facing all-pro defenders instead of all-PAC10 defenders now.. There are no easy games in the NFL, there can be in the PAC10..

    I dont think that JDB is more ready!


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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    "gagarr" wrote:
    TJack may have 14 pro starts under his belt, BUT his college career was virtually worthless, playing in a non-pro offense against low end opponents.

    Booty played at USC with a pro-style offense, a former Pro coach, and against top college teams in the country.
    Was a starter for 2 seasons and won consistantly including 2 Rose Bowls.


    Booty is already a WCO QB, TJack is still learning it.
    Booty might not have the wheels and arm of TJack, but he's more accurate and twice the leader. Is calm rock solid pocket QB, just what you want in a WCO QB.

    To make TJack effective, Chilly is going to have to adjust his system to fit TJacks strenghts... I don't think he will.
    Whereas Booty is closer to ready to get the job done now.

    My prediction is you will all be surprised in the pre-season when Booty completes 70+% of his passes.
    Throws 8 yard slants resulting in 20+ YAC, aka Montana and Young.
    Accuracy and placement are Booty's trademarks.

    TJack will be a good QB, but not a true WCO QB.
    It might be little early to be comparing the QB that was taken 3 days ago in the 5th round of the draft to Monatana and Young.
    I hope Booty works out and can come in and help the team if tjack can't go but I don't think he will be more than an emergency QB for now. Give him a couple of years to learn the pro game before throwing him to the wolves. JMHO.

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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    You cant say he is more ready to play then TJack until u seem him play in the pros, Booty is still a college QB, not an NFL one

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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    Let the argument Begin

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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    Ahem, they are in the NFL now.
    It's a whole new ball game.
    What they did in college really means nothing anymore.
    They played there, did good enough to get drafted, and now they are both pros.
    For all we know Booty could be a bust; and there have been plenty of them coming out of college (Leaf, Smith, Couch).
    They were not any high expectations of Booty so we will just have to wait and see.

    If you want to judge an athlete by what college he played for or the system they had, then we will point out the athletes that went to lesser known schools and did good (hell, even made the HOF) and debunk this entire thread.

    Just another anti-TJ thread to go along with the other 2,876,875,757.
    Nobody can predict anything unitl they step onto the field.




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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    Nice post "gagarr"! You make some good points and Booty might fit very well in our team. We'll see.

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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    Booty has no chemistry with the players that TJ might have by now...
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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    Guess I need to clarify a couple things

    "skum" wrote:
    Another one.. JDB might have experience in a WCO.. However every WCO is different.. so is the tempo of the game, every rookie will have to adjust to speed of the game.. NFL is a much faster game than college football.. He will be facing all-pro defenders instead of all-PAC10 defenders now.. There are no easy games in the NFL, there can be in the PAC10..

    I dont think that JDB is more ready!
    I agree the jump from college to pro is a big step.
    But I would say the jump from the SWAC to PAC 10 ball is almost the same.
    TJack being in the pros has caught up from his very slow start.



    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    It might be little early to be comparing the QB that was taken 3 days ago in the 5th round of the draft to Monatana and Young.
    I would NEVER compare Booty talent to Montana or Young... I just ment that Booty has the type of skill necessary to run the WCO as Montana and Young did.

    Again, TJack came into the NFL and the Vikes WCO with serious handicaps coming out of the SWAC, non Pro system, no WCO knowledge, and without the needed skills for the WCO.
    It's taken him time to get to the level he is at now.
    Which I think is still behind Booty
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    Re: Booty more prepared as rookie than TJack

    "gagarr" wrote:
    Guess I need to clarify a couple things

    "skum" wrote:
    Another one.. JDB might have experience in a WCO.. However every WCO is different.. so is the tempo of the game, every rookie will have to adjust to speed of the game.. NFL is a much faster game than college football.. He will be facing all-pro defenders instead of all-PAC10 defenders now.. There are no easy games in the NFL, there can be in the PAC10..

    I dont think that JDB is more ready!
    I agree the jump from college to pro is a big step.
    But I would say the jump from the SWAC to PAC 10 ball is almost the same.
    TJack being in the pros has caught up from his very slow start.



    "jmcdon00" wrote:
    It might be little early to be comparing the QB that was taken 3 days ago in the 5th round of the draft to Monatana and Young.
    I would NEVER compare Booty talent to Montana or Young... I just ment that Booty has the type of skill necessary to run the WCO as Montana and Young did.

    Again, TJack came into the NFL and the Vikes WCO with serious handicaps coming out of the SWAC, non Pro system, no WCO knowledge, and without the needed skills for the WCO.
    It's taken him time to get to the level he is at now.
    Which I think is still behind Booty
    Like I said, throw away the college career.
    How many games has Booty played in the NFL?
    How many has TJ played in the NFL?
    Who knows, both my suck donkey balls.
    But, there is no way of telling if Booty is going to be better at the WCO than TJ.


    And it's not like Booty was highly regarded as top NFL talent as well.

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