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    Opinions of RG III longterm?

    I was wondering from the outsiders who don't like skins or follow them on what kind of career RG III is going to have? I am a skins fans, but I just don't know if he can stay healthy. Let's say your team had RG III and the next two or so years and he can't prove to stay healthy, and you had someone like cousins. It's a 2014 deep qb class (I think). Would you trade cousins for mulitple picks in 2014 and draft young qb, someone whose your typical pocket passer. I mean if RG III can't stay healthy, when is it time to move on from RG III. How many years would you give him? What can you see happening in this sceneario? I do think Luck and wilson will last longer just from what I have seen. I've asked on the skins forum, but I wanted fans on the outside to chime in.

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    Not a skins fan but RG III's health is a concern with his play style. He's already had a concussion and LCL tear.
    No one is going to give you multiple picks for cousins.

    Would I keep RG III? Depends let's see what he does for a few years first. He has been impressive so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolollort View Post
    Not a skins fan but RG III's health is a concern with his play style. He's already had a concussion and LCL tear.
    No one is going to give you multiple picks for cousins.

    Would I keep RG III? Depends let's see what he does for a few years first. He has been impressive so far.
    He didnt tear anything. grade 1 strain is alot different than a tear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajamesmd View Post
    I was wondering from the outsiders who don't like skins or follow them on what kind of career RG III is going to have? I am a skins fans, but I just don't know if he can stay healthy. Let's say your team had RG III and the next two or so years and he can't prove to stay healthy, and you had someone like cousins. It's a 2014 deep qb class (I think). Would you trade cousins for mulitple picks in 2014 and draft young qb, someone whose your typical pocket passer. I mean if RG III can't stay healthy, when is it time to move on from RG III. How many years would you give him? What can you see happening in this sceneario? I do think Luck and wilson will last longer just from what I have seen. I've asked on the skins forum, but I wanted fans on the outside to chime in.
    RG3 is EXACTLY the guy I worry about. IMHO, the NFL will figure him out next year, and he could be in for a rough ride. Cam Newton was a "hall of famer" last year. And things have changed greatly for him.

    It just seems the only QB's that survive are the pocket passers that learn to live solely by the throw from day 1.

    Im betting Luck will last longer, and have a better time of it.

    However, if RG3 goes a long way in the playoffs this year, he could have a great career. Nothing like getting a label of "winner" right off the bat to launch you. Tom Brady immediately comes to mind.

    But who knows. Every year is a new one, and no one knows what will happen in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xdust View Post
    RG3 is EXACTLY the guy I worry about. IMHO, the NFL will figure him out next year, and he could be in for a rough ride. Cam Newton was a "hall of famer" last year. And things have changed greatly for him.
    It just seems the only QB's that survive are the pocket passers that learn to live solely by the throw from day 1.

    Im betting Luck will last longer, and have a better time of it.

    However, if RG3 goes a long way in the playoffs this year, he could have a great career. Nothing like getting a label of "winner" right off the bat to launch you. Tom Brady immediately comes to mind.

    But who knows. Every year is a new one, and no one knows what will happen in the future.
    so mproving your passer rating and rushing yards and less turnovers is bad cam had bad football team. rg3 is very good pocket passer him and cam are two different players.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seikou8 View Post
    so mproving your pr and rushing yards and less turnovers is bad Cam had bad footbal team. Rg3 is very good pockee passer him and cam are two diffrent players.
    wtf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack of Blades View Post
    wtf
    What...you never heard of a pockee passer?


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    Quote Originally Posted by seikou8 View Post
    so mproving your pr and rushing yards and less turnovers is bad cam had bad footbal team. rg3 is very good pockee passer him and cam are two diffrent players.
    dafuq did I just read?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolollort View Post
    dafuq did I just read?
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    he's vick but a better passer, i don't know if he could get better from here on so i think he has reach his potential

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    RG3= Better/Smarter Michael Vick
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    TBH I think RGIII is an elite talent but too slightly built to last on the NFL with his playing style. Don't get me wrong he will have some elite years but IMO will be injury prone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xdust View Post
    RG3 is EXACTLY the guy I worry about. IMHO, the NFL will figure him out next year, and he could be in for a rough ride. Cam Newton was a "hall of famer" last year. And things have changed greatly for him.
    So much wrong, here.

    (1) In what way does a guy who completes 70% of his passes and who doesn't turn the ball over look like a guy the league will figure out?

    (2) Cam Newton and RGIII have next to nothing in common. RGIII is not Cam Newton. He's much better than Cam Newton. He is a solid pocket passer.

    (3) Cam Newton was not a "Hall of Famer" last year.

    (4) Cam Newton's 2012 eason was practically identical to 2011. He didn't make much progress, which is disappointing, but he threw less INT and his ANY/A improved because of it. He certainly didn't fall off.

    However, if RG3 goes a long way in the playoffs this year, he could have a great career. Nothing like getting a label of "winner" right off the bat to launch you. Tom Brady immediately comes to mind.
    Winning doesn't launch anyone. Having a reputation or "title" as a winner never launched anyone. The attitudes and habits that lead to winning continue to produce success.

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    i have to agree, his play style is what is going to kill his career, short term he will be good but overtime he will just wear down and his career will be cut short unfortunatly

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    If he learns how to slide or get out of bounds i think he can be an elite QB he doesn't really have a compact build so when he gets hit he really gets hammered.


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