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  • Gabbert

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Dog View Post
    Well, at least the question of who is the toadiest little snivelling, backstabbing, turncoat, bandwagon fan was answered here. Gabbert has a better completion percentage and passer rating than nine starting quarterbacks in the league at the moment. Including Sanchez. I think you need to add some other names to your poll, TOOL.
    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidR View Post
    Dude, if Henne plays well the next 6 games. Gabbert won't be starting. It's as simple as that. If we doesn't play well and they compete in camp, then he has a chance to start. I hope that Gabbert can be a franchise QB for us. But right now he was benched in favor of Henne. Period.
    Gabbert was "benched" because he was playing with a shoulder injury that requires surgery, the same injury that has caused Jake Locker to miss more than half the season so far, then sustained a forearm injury which would require some time to heal. Gabbert was "benched" because the team is going nowhere this year, and it is in their best interest to lose all of their remaining games. He was two for two passing and moving the team offensively when he came out of his last game. You make it sound like Mularkey pulled him after three quarters and having thrown four interceptions or something. While he was perfectly healthy. If the Jags were even remotely in contention for a playoff spot, Gabbert would still be on the active roster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Dog View Post
    Gabbert was "benched" because he was playing with a shoulder injury that requires surgery, the same injury that has caused Jake Locker to miss more than half the season so far, then sustained a forearm injury which would require some time to heal. Gabbert was "benched" because the team is going nowhere this year, and it is in their best interest to lose all of their remaining games. He was two for two passing and moving the team offensively when he came out of his last game. You make it sound like Mularkey pulled him after three quarters and having thrown four interceptions or something. While he was perfectly healthy. If the Jags were even remotely in contention for a playoff spot, Gabbert would still be on the active roster.
    and because he is terrible
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    and because he is terrible
    Says the fan of Eli Manning's team. Lil Bro was 24 before he won his first NFL game. Had a passer rating of 50 or something his rookie year. After being the first overall pick of the draft and costing the Giants an arm and a leg to trade for him. His second season wasn't much better. Gabbert looks like Dan Marino compared to early Eli. Which wasn't even that early. Gabbert will be a three year vet when he turns 24.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Dog View Post
    Gabbert was "benched" because he was playing with a shoulder injury that requires surgery, the same injury that has caused Jake Locker to miss more than half the season so far, then sustained a forearm injury which would require some time to heal. Gabbert was "benched" because the team is going nowhere this year, and it is in their best interest to lose all of their remaining games. He was two for two passing and moving the team offensively when he came out of his last game. You make it sound like Mularkey pulled him after three quarters and having thrown four interceptions or something. While he was perfectly healthy. If the Jags were even remotely in contention for a playoff spot, Gabbert would still be on the active roster.
    Agreed. But some of the blame does fall on Gabbert. Not all, but some. The team is 2-10 because of everyone. It's not just one person.
    Nothing to see here, move along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Dog View Post
    Says the fan of Eli Manning's team. Lil Bro was 24 before he won his first NFL game. Had a passer rating of 50 or something his rookie year. After being the first overall pick of the draft and costing the Giants an arm and a leg to trade for him. His second season wasn't much better. Gabbert looks like Dan Marino compared to early Eli. Which wasn't even that early. Gabbert will be a three year vet when he turns 24.
    you think I'm a giants fan? that's funny, i am regarded as one of the biggest eli haters on this forum
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    I counted ELEVEN quarterbacks who will be starting this weekend who have lower passer ratings than Gabbert. Andrew Luck is the only one who is even within a year of his age.

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    Crapbert

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    Gabbert still could be a useful QB in this league. Sanchez is not, nor has ever been, nor likely will ever be a useful QB in the NFL. Some QBs fail because of their development (Alex Smith, Jason Campbell, David Carr), some fail because of injuries/physical limitations (Chad Pennington, Daunte Culpepper, Byron Leftwich), and some fail because they have rocks for brains (Jamarcus Russell, Mark Sanchez, Matt Leinart).

    Gabbert's problems have been on blitz pickups and reads. With a consistent system and some time to develop he could become as valuable as Alex Smith. Even with his poor season he showed some promise in a few games. He's not a rocket scientist but he's not a total dolt either. Many good QBs have been bad early in their careers. For some reason Gabbert has become some sort of meme on this site - probably because his team isn't that good either. But there are way worse QBs currently in the NFL, and probably 5 or so are starters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flea View Post
    Gabbert still could be a useful QB in this league. Sanchez is not, nor has ever been, nor likely will ever be a useful QB in the NFL. Some QBs fail because of their development (Alex Smith, Jason Campbell, David Carr), some fail because of injuries/physical limitations (Chad Pennington, Daunte Culpepper, Byron Leftwich), and some fail because they have rocks for brains (Jamarcus Russell, Mark Sanchez, Matt Leinart).

    Gabbert's problems have been on blitz pickups and reads. With a consistent system and some time to develop he could become as valuable as Alex Smith. Even with his poor season he showed some promise in a few games. He's not a rocket scientist but he's not a total dolt either. Many good QBs have been bad early in their careers. For some reason Gabbert has become some sort of meme on this site - probably because his team isn't that good either. But there are way worse QBs currently in the NFL, and probably 5 or so are starters.
    Thank you!
    Nothing to see here, move along.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha Dog View Post
    Gabbert was "benched" because he was playing with a shoulder injury that requires surgery, the same injury that has caused Jake Locker to miss more than half the season so far, then sustained a forearm injury which would require some time to heal. Gabbert was "benched" because the team is going nowhere this year, and it is in their best interest to lose all of their remaining games. He was two for two passing and moving the team offensively when he came out of his last game. You make it sound like Mularkey pulled him after three quarters and having thrown four interceptions or something. While he was perfectly healthy. If the Jags were even remotely in contention for a playoff spot, Gabbert would still be on the active roster.
    Nobody else thinks this is hilarious? He's 1-9. He's never going to be starting for a team competing for a playoff spot. If he got hurt on a playoff team he'd be a backup going straight to IR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NormSizedMidget View Post
    Nobody else thinks this is hilarious? He's 1-9. He's never going to be starting for a team competing for a playoff spot. If he got hurt on a playoff team he'd be a backup going straight to IR.
    i find it funny he cant seem to think that maybe, just maybe, part fo the reason theya rent a playoff team is because their starting qb was gabbert
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    i find it funny he cant seem to think that maybe, just maybe, part fo the reason theya rent a playoff team is because their starting qb was gabbert
    No team is good enough this year to have Gabbert start all 16 and make the playoffs. I don't see one anyways.

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