Alex Smith over the last two full seasons he played, 6500 yards, 60% completion, 40 td’s 12 ints. So your saying Wilson and smith are in the same category, then I agree.

]]>RUSSEL WILSON:

regular season: 32 games played; 63.6% completion rate; 52 TDs/19 INT; 100.6 passer rating; 1028 yds rushing and 5 TDs.

postseason: 5 games played; 63% completion rate; 6 TD/1 INT; 102 passer rating; 26 yds rushing and 1 TD.

TOM BRADY:

regular season: 32 games played; 61.8% completion rate; 59 TDs/19 INT; 93 passer rating; 50 yds rushing and 4 TDs.

postseason: 4 games played; 58% completion rate; 5 TD/2 INT; 86.2 passer rating; 10 yds rushing and 1 TD.

AARON RODGERS:

regular season: 25 games played; 66.9% completion rate; 56 TD/14 INT; 106.5 passer rating; 379 yds rushing and 2 TDs.

postseason: 3 games played; 66.8% completion rate; 4 TD/1 INT; 97.7 passer rating; 51 yds rushing and 0 TDs.

PEYTON MANNING:

regular season: 25 games played; 68.5% completion rate; 92 TD/21 INT; 110 passer rating; -25 yds rushing and 1 TD.

postseason: 4 games played; 68.1% completion rate; 8 TD/5 INT; 91.3 passer rating; -3 yds rushing and 0 TDs.

]]>If there was any truth to that he wouldn’t have gone to a team that is very happy with it’s QB.

What good is a very explosive backup?

Seems to me they might have other plans for him, and at the least want him to play the opposing QB in practice every week with all the young, athletic new QB’s out there.

Yes he is. He has the best TD to INT ratio for the first two years of a QB’s career of anyone in NFL history. Way better than Peyton Manning for instance, and he’s only going to get better from here.

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I could probably be a decent QB with that cheating defense giving me the ball back every 2 seconds.. ]]>

- Can he run a route?

- Can he block?

- Can he catch?

It seems like you need a tad more than “Tall and fast”…

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