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In regards to Deshaun Watsons accuracy and INT's

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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 9:45 AM
 

The man fits passes into the tightest of spaces with regularity.

Several of the INT's are on his receivers as well, so there's that.

I think it is nuts that these bobblehead analysts claim he is second or third round. Ludicrous. Is it all a play to water him down so folks don't get mad when the heisman goes to Jackson?

The man routinely completes passes into spots which are tighter than a libtards crying eyes after the election. Some interceptions are bound to occur.

Best QB in this cycle. Period.


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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 10:12 AM
 

After 12 games DW4 had 15 turnovers and Jackson had 13, so I'm not sure why this is such a big deal. In all likelihood, Jackson will win the Heisman because he is flashy. However, he is unreliable when the pressure is on. DW4 is the most clutch qb (probably player) in the nation. But the idiot sportswriters will go with flashy. They always do.


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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 10:33 AM
 

After the interviews I saw last night featuring LJ, I see why he ended up in Louisville!

The glitter was taken off the Heisman several years ago and it probably will not return!


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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 2:55 PM
 

Derek Henry wasn't all that flashy last year. Just a hard runner.


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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 10:56 AM
 

Like Dabo said last night, Brett Favre also had interceptions. That's what happens when you throw rockets!


I blame 90% of it

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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 11:55 AM
 

on no run game, DB's and backers stunt/baiting a lot, realizing he wouldn't run the ball. Once he started running again the last three games, the INT's basically stopped. Not sure who was at fault for the "Watson-doesn't-run" philosophy, or what the thinking was, but glad it ended and we're back to being us now.


I think that one is pretty simple. You save Watson's running


Posted: Dec 9, 2016 12:00 PM
 

game for when it really matters so you don't get him beat up or injured in games where he doesn't really need to run it. He always carries the ball more in big games. He had 14 attempts vs Louisville, 17 vs FSU, and 17 vs VT. You can bet he will carry it 15+ times against OSU as well.


Re: I think that one is pretty simple. You save Watson's running


Posted: Dec 9, 2016 12:37 PM
 

And Lamar had 1000 rushing yards against teams .500 or worse.


THIS ^^^^^***


Posted: Dec 9, 2016 1:51 PM
 



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Watson is the best QB in football. Lamar was most explosive player.


Posted: Dec 9, 2016 11:59 AM
 

LJ will win Heisman. DW will win the CFP and at some point a Super Bowl.

I'd bet a significant amount of money - that barring injury or a spectacular meltdown never before seen from DW - that he will be a first rounder.

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Re: Watson is the best QB in football. Lamar was most explosive player.

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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 12:05 PM
 

Lamar would be lucky to be a 3rd team WR on Deshauns Superbowl winning team.


There is nothing wrong with his accuracy...

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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 12:46 PM
 

That's been the biggest bunch of bs I've heard this year. Watch the tape he hits receivers who are being covered tight. Sorry but a few overthrown long balls doesn't mean accuracy is an issue. And as far as the int's half them were tipped or the receiver ran the wrong route, not to mention the oline dropped off from the strong finish to last season

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Posted: Dec 9, 2016 2:51 PM
 

I am not knowledgeable enough about football to be evaluate NFL's first round picks, but I am smart enough to know drafting Johnny Manziel was a huge mistake. And I would not have drafted Clowney with my first pick.

Some of the people evaluating talent for the NFL make some of the dumbest picks. I wonder if sometimes they just drag a stranger from off the street to make their draft selections or evaluate players.

And a lot of these ESPN boneheads that rave about some of these players have no clue about talent.

If I know it's a bad draft pick or the player really sucks but the so called experts don't know that then that is bad news for many team. And the fans are the real losers. I knew Johnny Football drunk or sober was a bust and the Browns still drafted him. He made at least 12 million dollars to throw what, less than 100 passes which he may have completed about 25 to 30 of them.

DW has some areas he needs to improve on but so does every other draft pick. I would go into battle anytime, anywhere with DW without hesitation. He will be a special player at the next level if he is drafted by a team that cares about winning, drafts quality players or makes good trades and has quality coaching.

I sincerely pray he does not end up in Cleveland.

If you don't come back to Clemson for your final year I want to say thinks for the awesome memories and the impact you have made at Clemson.

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