hey i found another comparrison 1622 att 1339 comp 82.6% 14,249 yds 157 TDs 30 ints....pretty darn impressive huh? 6'4 225 lbs and do u kno where u can find him????? he's on the CHIEFS roster...Alex Tanney
and no u can't just rely on stats unless u can break down game to game vs the same caliber opponents they mean nothing, just good for bar talk over a beer.
here is my thought on that. lets compare the raiders bust pick jamarcus russell. and the cleveland browns all star pick joe thomas. one is a complete bust and one an o-lineman who is a constant pro bowler and considerd the best young o-lineman in the league he was a great pick. now look at it as how much better off are the browns than the raiders. they are not the browns have done just as bad as the raiders since the picks. my point THIS IS a qb driven league. if you dont have one you you are going to suck. all the experts say geno has the most talent and the most promise to become a nfl qb. take there experties for what it's worth
Kc will sign alber if bowe leaves will sign mike wallace and will draft geno first overall. You all can hold me to it
In our position, we could grab the most talented QB in the draft (Geno) and pick up a proven winner in Alex Smith. Let them fight it out for the #1 spot- if Geno gets benched and Alex earns the job, all will be right with the world. Geno needs to be humbled and taught how to play within himself, and Alex deserves another chance as a starter after leading the league in completion percentage last year. Just a thought. We could also trade down for quantity, allowing us to pick up a CB or WR along with Barkley or Gray or maybe Mike Glennon. I reserve the right to waffle, but as of now I'd take the risk with either picking Geno first or trading down for Barkley. Either way, I still want Alex Smith in KC. If he's really Cassel 2.0, hand him the clipboard and let the youngster give it a shot.