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    kaepernick

    i hope kaepernicks success changes the way some of you look at pryors future.. ALL THREE PLAYS scored by the niners, against the falcons, where on option plays.. thats what you get when you play against mobile QBs.. its a gameplan nightmare for opposing teams. now imagine the raiders with a better oline + mcfadden + reece + pryor.

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    TP doesn't have the accuracy that Kaepernick does......that makes a HUGE difference......you can teach a QB a lot of thing, but accuracy ain't one of'em....

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    Actually, you can teach a QB accuracy.

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    Kaep can still be successful in the pocket so can rg3,Wilson, and cam. Pryor won't be successful in he pocket. Do you see Pryor playing until his late 30s? #zacdysert2013. Teams will stop the option soon. All those other QBs will adjust and still be successful with their arms with the occasional run, Pryor will never be a pocket passer.


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    Kap has a coaching staff that believes in him , which brings confidence , leading to great on field plays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    Kaep can still be successful in the pocket so can rg3,Wilson, and cam. Pryor won't be successful in he pocket. Do you see Pryor playing until his late 30s? #zacdysert2013. Teams will stop the option soon. All those other QBs will adjust and still be successful with their arms with the occasional run, Pryor will never be a pocket passer.
    wilson was always a pocket passer.. rg3 and cams legs are the only reason they had success in the pocket.. and they came into the league as starters, which means they had chemistry and time to execute plays as well as they do.. not to mention the offense they ran were suited for their abilities.. who was our OC??? oh yeah Greg ****ing Knapp.. smh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider24-7/365 View Post
    Kap has a coaching staff that believes in him , which brings confidence , leading to great on field plays.
    also true

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    Quote Originally Posted by N. Cog Neato View Post
    TP doesn't have the accuracy that Kaepernick does......that makes a HUGE difference......you can teach a QB a lot of thing, but accuracy ain't one of'em....
    Of course you can teach a QB to throw the ball where only the WR can make the catch. Only few things in football you cant teach. One of them is arm strenght, speed, leg strenght and maybe instinct to make plays.

    examples. You cant teach Tebow to throw the ball farther than 30 yards. You cant teach some kicker to kick 60+ yard field goals. You cant teach Chris Johnson speed and you cant teach players to play the MLB like Lewis or FS poistion like Reed in his younger days where they make plays.
    Last edited by lamar2006; 01-22-2013 at 06:25 AM. Reason: no facepalm

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamar2006 View Post
    Of course you can teach a QB to throw the ball where only the WR can make the catch. Only few things in football you cant teach. One of them is arm strenght, speed, leg strenght and maybe instinct to make plays.

    examples. You cant teach Tebow to throw the ball farther than 30 yards. You cant teach some kicker to kick 60+ yard field goals. You cant teach Chris Johnson speed and you cant teach players to play the MLB like Lewis or FS poistion like Reed in his younger days where they make plays.
    Well, it seems to me Steve Young mentioned you can't teach a QB to be accurate....

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    Quote Originally Posted by lamar2006 View Post
    Of course you can teach a QB to throw the ball where only the WR can make the catch. Only few things in football you cant teach. One of them is arm strenght, speed, leg strenght and maybe instinct to make plays.

    examples. You cant teach Tebow to throw the ball farther than 30 yards. You cant teach some kicker to kick 60+ yard field goals. You cant teach Chris Johnson speed and you cant teach players to play the MLB like Lewis or FS poistion like Reed in his younger days where they make plays.


    Quote Originally Posted by BigGuy951 View Post
    Actually, you can teach a QB accuracy.
    Well, it seems to me Steve Young mentioned you can't teach a QB to be accurate....

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    Well it seems to me that Steve Young is just another human being with an opinion. But I would like to hear his reasoning.

    Have you ever played football? High School, maybe? If you were ever near the QB's, you'd know that a good coach CAN teach a QB how to throw the ball more accurately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderposting View Post
    Kaep can still be successful in the pocket so can rg3,Wilson, and cam. Pryor won't be successful in he pocket. Do you see Pryor playing until his late 30s? #zacdysert2013. Teams will stop the option soon. All those other QBs will adjust and still be successful with their arms with the occasional run, Pryor will never be a pocket passer.
    You can't be further from the truth. I have watched Pryor his entire career. Pryor's ability to scramble and make time, avoid sacks, and make plays is his thing. Not the most accurate but good enough. People get him mixed up with running QB's like RG3 or Kaep (running qb). He is like Cam and Wilson (qb's that can run). Also one of his best qualities is that when he scrambles, he has the ability not to take the big hit. Go to youtube and bring up a highlight film. What you will find is a qb that gets flushed out of the pocket where most qbs throw it out of bounds, get sacked, or run for a small gain. Pryor buys time to hit an open reciever or runs for 20 plus and frustrates the defense cause they can't make a hit on him. AGAIN, huge difference between running qb's and qb's that can run. (Pryor is more compared to Cunningham)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dogdaddy View Post
    You can't be further from the truth. I have watched Pryor his entire career. Pryor's ability to scramble and make time, avoid sacks, and make plays is his thing. Not the most accurate but good enough. People get him mixed up with running QB's like RG3 or Kaep (running qb). He is like Cam and Wilson (qb's that can run). Also one of his best qualities is that when he scrambles, he has the ability not to take the big hit. Go to youtube and bring up a highlight film. What you will find is a qb that gets flushed out of the pocket where most qbs throw it out of bounds, get sacked, or run for a small gain. Pryor buys time to hit an open reciever or runs for 20 plus and frustrates the defense cause they can't make a hit on him. AGAIN, huge difference between running qb's and qb's that can run. (Pryor is more compared to Cunningham)
    Haha do you seriously believe everything you just said? Pryor and cunningham should never be in the same sentence unless your saying they are both black. Anyway both kaep and rg3 are not running qb they are qbs that play in an read option style play book which gives them more opportunities to run. However both of them can beat you with their arms as both have proved time and time again. Wilson is also a beast but cam is not the passer like the other three you just named. As far as Pryor goes he is not even in the same universe as any of the qbs stated above. Thanks for the laugh man...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bgdreton View Post
    Haha do you seriously believe everything you just said? Pryor and cunningham should never be in the same sentence unless your saying they are both black. Anyway both kaep and rg3 are not running qb they are qbs that play in an read option style play book which gives them more opportunities to run. However both of them can beat you with their arms as both have proved time and time again. Wilson is also a beast but cam is not the passer like the other three you just named. As far as Pryor goes he is not even in the same universe as any of the qbs stated above. Thanks for the laugh man...
    Hate when you have to spell it out for people...... The only comparison made was styles not who is better than the other. And yes Kaep and Rg3 are running qb's. They read option qb's. Thats a running qb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigGuy951 View Post
    Actually, you can teach a QB accuracy.
    I disagree heartily with that. Got an example?

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