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I do agree with that. However, that's not how you judge a QB for talent. You don't judge a QB's talent based on his weapons. That makes zero sense.
"Who was your source? Church mice in here....." - Coach Muschamp
AJ toasted Auburn last season , but who didnt ?
Murray- can he deliver vs a quality team without AJ Green ?
This post was edited by Crimson_Ghost 2 years ago
dont know how you judge a QB other than what they get done on the field with / including the use of all of his weapons ; Bray tore it up last year early when he had both of his starting WR's and when he was playing lesser teams . He didnt play well at all when he lost one of his starting Wr's , got hurt and missed 5 games and had to play much tougher competition in Alabama , Ga , USC , Ark and LSU . I think that with the three Wr's he has coming in this year and all of the OL and TE returning and Bray being healthy to start the season he has a chance to be the top QB in the SEC this year JMO
really cant argue Wilson #1 either as the kid is not only talented but he's a tough SOB as well .
Murray looked better throwing to AJ Green & had issues without him. which is why (if you watch the tape)
i put AJ McCarron among the top3 .
AJ would have looked even better as a 1st year starter if Julio had returned for his senior season . my point
being that its tough enough as a 1st yr signal-caller in the SEC but its even tougher when your primary target
is a 5-8 WR not named David Palmer .
Best QB in terms of talent and passing ability? Tyler Wilson although Bray is really talented and the best QB Tennessee has had since the 90's. Murray is good and he's had some great games but I don't know if he's on Wilson's level.
McCarron is a great Saban QB and rarely will that mean tops in the conference.
likely the infamous source of knowledge .....bleacher report or perhaps the Lib rag AJC.
I hate saying this... but AJ is a pretty good QB. He started coming into his own the second half of the season. Right now I would list them like this--->
3. Mr. Int Murray
4 Bray( you guys can throw out the stats he had against Vandy and KY.. He should not have been playing in those games)
which part did you not understand ?
I hate the SEC, but I am subjected to it's homerisms on daily basis. My opinion is unbiased, and I go
I value consistency and situational awareness, which is why Bray is last. Murray has more talent than McCarron, but isn't as consistent. Wikson has all the tools, plus the best QB coach in the conference.
This post was edited by WillyDees 2 years ago
Didn’t play last year but Zach Mettenberger probably has a good chance of challenging Wilson for the top spot next year.
Good point. Has an opportunity to show a ton of people what he's got.
Butch Jones. Who???
This post was edited by Boner 23 months ago
Seems like everyone forgot about him, I did too.
Disagree. He has every chance to be a great QB but to expect him to be better than Wilson his first year is unrealistic.
cause he sucks
Not saying he will but he has a chance, with all that talent around him.
C'mon now. Alabama gave up 6 points a game on defense. I could have a ring if that were the case.
AJ McCarron is a LOT more talented than many in this thread (including some Bama fans) give him credit for. He's going to be a top 2 round draft pick, likely in the '13 NFL draft. Kid is going to blow up this year. He is not JPW or Greg McElroy; he can make all the throws, he's accurate, and he makes good decisions (other than his awful chest tattoo). His TD/INT ratio was something like 20 to 5, which is great for a first year starter.
No, not really. McCarron never had to rally his team. He never had to play from behind. McCarron benefitted from a strong core of players surrounding him. He was never put in a position where he had to carry his team. When was his back against the wall? I am NOT trying to discount him as player. If you took Bray, Wilson, Murray, or any other mid to upper level SEC qb and "plugged" them in to that offense he would have had similar or better results. That is all I am saying and I think quite a few folks would support my opinion. Put Wilson in his place. I bet the percentage, attempts, and average yards would increase. Do you not agree?
Here is how I rate the top 5
and everybody else.
This post was edited by Warstache 2 years ago
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