Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by thenepatsrule, Jul 31, 2012.
Brady not in the list of QB role models? ....... I AM SHOCKED .... :Sarcasm:
Get a motorcycle and lose the helmet. Then rape a girl in a bar bathroom and have your entourage clean the bathroom with bleach immediately after... that'll get you started, Andy.
If he thinks he's better off modeling his game after Rivers than, say, Brady or Rodgers, then I guess that's his prerogative.
Given that he is in Indy, I think it is a good idea to not mention Brady.
Want to be like Roethlisberger?
No Rodgers, either. Damn.
Awesome. I hope he enjoys being in the second tier of quarterbacks for his entire career. Perhaps RG3 should model his game like Brady and Rodgers so he's the clear-cut best QB in the game.
Styleistically I can understand it since he can move around and make plays on the move.
As long as he doesn't want to imitate Tebow ....
Yup! What do you expect comin out of Colt Country. I'm sure after we play them this year he will get upclose & personel look at Brady's surgeon like precision slicin up his D.
I may be missing something but I can't fathom choosing Ben as your role model over the other elite QB's. Even if you ignore the fact that he's a scumbag rapist and just focus on strictly football qualities. He's a great playmaker but overall, just too many flaws in his game IMO. Still holds onto the ball way too long looking for the big play, costs his team alot at times. Not very accurate, nowhere near the others in that area. If you look at the rest of the QB's, you don't see anything in their game that strikes you as major concerns. Strange choice.
Eh if you've watched Andrew Luck's career progress at Stanford then you'd know that there's a very minute chance of that happening.
Find an established QB in the league who's better on the run, while being hit, and after a hit than Roethlisberger...
I already established that he's one of the great playmakers. But you take the good with the bad. I'd rather have any of the others on that list (except MAYBE Rivers) and I'd also rather have Brady + Rodgers.
Why not? Then he could hate Sanchez.
Is this Luck's way of saying the Colts' OL is crap?
But his goal isn't going to be making himself a carbon copy of Roethlisberger, or any other QB. He's going to try to emulate the strengths without the weaknesses. While I'd think that a Rodgers/Brady/Roethlisberger trio would be a better group to follow than a Manning/Brees/Roethlisberger/Rivers quartet, Luck wouldn't be ingratiating himself with the local fan base if he were talking up the Patriots and Packers QBs when he's a Colt.
Rodgers, Brady and Brees are the three best Quarterbacks in the NFL. Team allegiances and supposed strengths/weaknesses aside if you're not modelling your game on any one or all of the three then you're wasting your time.
In my opinion Rodgers is better at extending the play and using his legs than Roethlisberger. Holding onto the ball and committing to broken plays as regularly as Roethlisberger does isn't something I'd ask my QB to model any part of his game on.
As for Luck, I'm really not fussed on Indy without Manning. Good luck to him.
People are allowed to model their game after anyone they want.
Considering his current OC was the OC in Pittsburgh these past several years...it's not out the ordinary.
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