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Discussion in 'Patriots Draft Talk' started by BaconGrundleCandy, May 30, 2019.

  1. BaconGrundleCandy

    BaconGrundleCandy Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Will use this thread for all QB talk, breakdowns & possible next Patriot franchise QB. Just like the WR's, I used w/e tape I could find, games on DVR, reputation & some projection to create the tiers.

    QB 2020


    Tier 1
    Tua Tagovailoa 6'/230 - Alabama


    Tier 2
    Jordan Love 6'4/225 - Utah St

    Justin Herbert 6'6/230 - Oregon

    Desmond Ridder 6'4/215 - Cinci

    Jake Fromm 6'2/220 - Georgia

    Ian Book 6'/205 - Notre Dame

    D’Eriq King 5'11/195 - Houston

    Bryce Perkins 6'3/210 - Virginia

    Cole McDonald 6'4/205 - Hawaii

    Sam Ehlinger 6'3/235 - Texas

    Joe Burrow 6'4/215 - LSU

    Brian Lewerke 6'3/215 - Michigan St

    McKenzie Milton 5'11/185 - UCF


    Tier 3
    Khalil Tate 6'2/215 - Arizona

    Jacob Eason 6'6/230 - Washington

    Jarrett Guarantano 6'4/210 - Tennessee

    Steven Montez 6'5/230 - Colorado

    Armani Rogers 6'5/225 - UNLV

    Jarret Doege 6'3/205 - Bowling Green

    Mike Glass III 6'/215 - Eastern Michigan

    Riley Neal 6'6/225 - Vanderbilt

    Deondre Francois 6'1/215 - FAU

    Nate Stanley 6'4/240 - Iowa

    Mason Fine 5'11/185 - North Texas

    KJ Costello 6'5/215 - Stanford

    Kellen Mond 6'2/210 - Texas A&M

    Jalen Hurts 6'1/220 - OK

    Charlie Brewer 6'1/200 - Baylor

    Peyton Ramsey 6'2/210 - Indiana

    Josh Jackson 6'1/215 - Maryland

    Jake Bentley 6'4/225 - South Carolina

    Shea Patterson 6'2/200 - Michigan

    Feleipe Franks 6'5/235 - Florida

    Blake Barnett 6'5/215 - USF

    Caleb Evans 6'2/210 - UL-Monroe

    Tyler Huntley 6'1/205 - Utah

    Brady White 6'3/205 - Memphis

    Alex Thomson 6'5/230 - Marshall

    James Morgan 6'4/210 - FIU

    Jon Wassink 6'2/200 - Western Michigan

    Alex Hornibrook 6'3/220 - FSU


    Tier 4
    Jake Luton 6'7/230 - Oregon St

    Ryan Willis 6'4/220 - VA Tech

    Jack Abraham 6'/205 - Southern Miss

    Anthony Russo 6'4/230 - Temple

    Zac Thomas 6'1/200 - App St

    Elijah Sindelar 6'4/225 - Purdue

    Zeb Noland 6'2/220 - North Dakota St

    Kenny Pickett 6'2/220 - Pitt

    Anthony Brown 6'2/220 - Boston College

    Tommy Stevens 6'5/240 - Miss St
     
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    ctpatsfan77 PatsFans.com Supporter PatsFans.com Supporter

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    Roughly what do the tiers stand for? I've seen a suggestion that the Pats should draft KJ Costello in the first.
     
  3. JerseyShore99

    JerseyShore99 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Jake Fromm my early favorite to be the first QB taken
     
  4. BaconGrundleCandy

    BaconGrundleCandy Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    Honestly just a quick opinion of where they are now & where they could be.

    In terms of NFL QB'S I think there's 4 tiers.
    1)Elite (Win bc of, they are the system)
    Brady, Brees, Wilson, Mahomes, Rogers (might be missing someone) are all borderline elite/help you win depending on the day or waiting another year in Mahomes case.
    2)Helps you win
    Luck, Ryan, Watson, Baker, Wentz, Cam etc ..

    3)Avg
    Jimmy, Ben, Dak, MT


    4)Hurts you
    Eli, Flacco.. You get the point

    And unknown I suppose when you consider rookies who 99.9% of time are bad/avg. Usually year 1 doesn't matter in terms of stats. It's a re-evaluation of sorts.

    I think 4-5 could be in the "helps you" or in between there & avg by NFL standards, by years end.
     
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    Ochmed Jones Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    How much is Alabama’s successs because of tua and how much because of all the five star talent on that team?

    Hurt is a tier 10 QB, but was 26 and 2 as a starter for Alabama.

    I personally would move Fromm and Herbert up to tier 1.
     
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    JerseyShore99 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    For totally different reasons, I also prefer Fromm
     
  7. SBLIII

    SBLIII In the Starting Line-Up

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    Hurts reminds me of Dak.
     
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    JerseyShore99 Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Not sure who Hurts reminds me of, huge fan but don't see him having a purpose in the NFL
     
  9. Ochmed Jones

    Ochmed Jones Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Hurts is s tremendous athlete could have a place in the nfl as a wide receiver.
     
  10. BaconGrundleCandy

    BaconGrundleCandy Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

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    How to QB.
    Ive always believed sacks we're more on QBs than OL but the past few years Ive gone more in that camp. I also would give QBs "bonus" points for explosive plays (plays over 16 yards, apparently this is how coaches "define" an ex play/and this would be tough but maybe an extra point or 2 for avoiding sacks? Or would that just be almost canceling out a QBs mistake(s) to begin w?

    Only using this for draft purposes here. If someone wants to start a discussion on the main abt QBs go for it. I dont need the inevitable nonsense, rabbit-hole bs in here please/ty. I don't mind a few comments, not trying to be a diva, I think you guys understand what I'm trying to say lol. Again though anything draft related please have at it.

     
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