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    Out of RG3, Wilson, and Kaep, who will have the healthiest career?

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    I think Kaep has also played half the games.

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    either Russell Wilson or Kaepernick based on the one year we've seen two of them play. These stats are completely skewed because Kaepernick only played about 10 games. I doubt RG3 ever sees that many carries again, though, with the way his knees are already. Anything could happen. Guess I'll go with Wilson


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    Can't go with RG3 as he is coming off his 2nd knee surgery. All 3 are mobile QB's and can easily get hurt by running out of the pocket. Kaep is 6'4 230 while Wilson is 5'11 205. From what I saw last year, I'm going with Kaep. Plus, how hard he throws the ball and with SF having the better Oline, I'll go with Colin.

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    wilson, solely because he'll be out of the league before injuries have a chance to catch up to him. flash in the pan
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    wilson, solely because he'll be out of the league before injuries have a chance to catch up to him. flash in the pan

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    i love how you laugh at something that is a very real possiblity. not sure why you seem to think 1 good year automatically means he will always be that good
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    i love how you laugh at something that is a very real possiblity. not sure why you seem to think 1 good year automatically means he will always be that good
    Well he tied Peyton Mannings TD record, had the second highest QB rating ever for a rookie season, and orchestrated 2 playoff comebacks. Show me someone with that resume who has failed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    Well he tied Peyton Mannings TD record, had the second highest QB rating ever for a rookie season, and orchestrated 2 playoff comebacks. Show me someone with that resume who has failed.
    i forgot having a good year with a storng supporting cast means you cant possibly fail in the future. i forgot no player ever has had a good year then fallen off the face of the map. my bad...................
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    Wilson, since his career will be the shortest as pinny mentioned, followed by Kaepernick, because he is intelligent, well coached, and well protected.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lolPhillies View Post
    Wilson, since his career will be the shortest as pinny mentioned, followed by Kaepernick, because he is intelligent, well coached, and well protected.
    careful, you are close to being in russell wilson hating territotry. quick, say he's the goat so you don't get labeled a hater.........
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    How did Russell Wilson have a strong supporting cast? The right side of the oline was desimated and the receiving core is average at best.
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    i think wilson and kaepernick avoid injuries due to scrambling.i fear rg3 just doesn't have the instincts that save him from contact.i think wilson very much does and will avoid heavy hits , kaepernick gives me the impression that he will become less and less of a running qb as his career grows.right now i have great concerns for rg3 staying healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ Raven View Post
    How did Russell Wilson have a strong supporting cast? The right side of the oline was desimated and the receiving core is average at best.
    he had one of the best defenses and running games in the league. how does that not help a young qb?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    he had one of the best defenses and running games in the league. how does that not help a young qb?
    It helps, but lets not act like he had much talent around him on offensive besides Lynch, Okung and Unger.
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