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Except for all of y'all.
And i love rg3 but those injuries are a huge concern.
Of the options given it'd down to Wilson and Kaep. Wilson's shown me more talent, but I like that Kaep is closer to Newton's size.
I've liked Kappy up to now, but the thing people aren't realizing is how much talent he has around him. Arguably a top 5 OL, definitely a top 5 defense, one of the better TEs, and Crabtree is finally blossoming into a solid WR. Of course, so does Wilson, but outside of Kaep's long runs, I'm not seeing what's so great that he's a house-hold name.
I don't think RGIII will last injury wise and to me Kaep seems more dependent on his legs than Wilson does.
Who knows though, things can change. I know he's not an option but i'd take Cam over all 3.
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Cam does play with complete trash so thats a fair argument.
I was trying not to be a homer and going RG3, but I might have to change my mind. The injuries worry me.
But, I think I might actually go with Wilson. If RG3 were not an injury concern, it may be different. But Russell Wilson has really turned it on the last half and was outrageous in Sunday's lost.
Man, it's a good time to be a 'Hawks, 'skins and '9ers fan.
Camel Kaepernick sure does have some ****ing zip on his passes.
Man, his WR are gonna have some janky fingers in a couple years.
Wouldn't take RG3 anymore due to injuries. He won't be the same QB mobility wise after his latest surgeries. Although Kaep is the better QB athletic wise, I would have to take Russel due to the amount of time and preparation work he puts in from start to start. Talent fades but smarts will always be there. Peyton and Brady aren't the most gifted athletes when looking at the physical aspect but what sets them apart from everyone else is their attention to detail and analysis of the game itself.
People need to really give Kap more time to show that he can pass. He came in his rookie year with no offseason from a program that was basically pure pistol/read option at Nevada. So he's doing what he's doing on a year and a half of prep when he was viewed as a 2-3 year project. Wilson at least had a more pro ready system at Nebraska. Like em both.