We isolate a pair of throws from the Chicago game
Derek Carr (7th Year) 6’3″ 218 The Raiders have continued to stick with Carr as their QB largely because he showed such promise early in his career & due to how much money the club has allocated to him. The team has given him every opportunity to regain his early high potential form. He was a more productive player in 2019 from both a statistical & performance standpoint yet is still in a make or break year in 2020. The organization needs to see him win games consistently & put the team in… Read More
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#14 Ryan Fitzpatrick 6’2” 224 13th Year, Harvard Overview After putting together the best season of his career in 2015 and setting the Jets single season TD pass record (4,905 Yards, 31 TD, 15 INT 60%) Ryan Fitzpatrick stonewalled the Jets as they stood pat in declining to offer him a long term contract. Fitzpatrick ended up signing a one year deal and would like to forget the abysmal year he had as starter minus one game against the Bills early in the year. For his career, Fitzpatrick has… Read More
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An example report on Giants QB Davis Webb. For additional reports like this visit our sales page where you can find all of our analysis products Davis Webb, California 6’5” 229 Overview Davis Webb enjoyed one of the best seasons statistically in Cal history in 2016 as he threw for nearly 4,300 yards and 37 touchdowns. Webb played early at Texas Tech as well throwing for over 5,000 yards and 44 touchdowns combined as a freshman and sophomore. Webb is a classic pocket passer with touch ingrained into his DNA as a passer…. Read More
Pulled Directly from our 2017 Pro QB Almanac #5 A.J McCarron 6’3” 215 4th Year, Alabama Overview After a record setting college career where McCarron threw for over 9,000 yards with 77 touchdowns to only 15 interceptions while leading the Crimson to two BCS national titles he was selected in the 5th round by the Bengals. The book on McCarron coming out of college was filled with a certain degree of skepticism in terms of just how he would transition to pro game. In just three short years McCarron has proven his… Read More
#9 Bryce Petty 6’3” 230 3rd Year, Baylor Overview Bryce Petty was a 4th round selection of the Jets in 2015. Petty did not see any game action as a rookie but made four starts in 2016 as he threw for 809 yards 3 touchdowns and 7 interceptions while completing 56% of his throws. His 2016 tape shows a quarterback who’s best attribute is throwing deep and getting rid of the ball quickly. Petty is a below average athlete and when forced to improvise his poise diminishes within the pocket.… Read More
For the Entire Report on Big Ben purchase our 2017 Pro QB Almanac Analysis Ben’s improvisational ability to navigate the pocket is only matched by Aaron Rodgers and because he has such great size he is able to fend off defenders with ease & complete passes down the field even with defenders hanging onto him. Ben has worked very hard at developing his pure passing ability over the years and truly is a precise thrower at this stage of his career. A former three sport star in High School, Ben has elite feet… Read More
#5 Tyrod Taylor 6’0” 1⁄2 215 7th Year, Virginia Tech Overview Tyrod Taylor was a 5th round selection of the Ravens in the 2011 draft. He served as Joe Flaaco’s primary backup from 2012-2014 and was brought to Buffalo as Rex Ryan’s guy in 2015. Taylor has made the most of his opportunity to start the past two years while displaying a powerful arm, rare running ability and has taken care of the football very well throwing for 37 touchdowns to only 12 interceptions. Analysis Tyrod Taylor has most everything… Read More
#5 Drew Stanton 6’2” 242 10th Year, Michigan State Drew Stanton is capable, gun-slinging minded backup quarterback who has developed a close relationship with Cardinal coach Bruce Arians as he and Arians came to Arizona together from Indianapolis in 2013. Stanton is a guy who possesses certain intangibles required for the position such as grit, willingness to take chances with ball and high level leadership traits. He is a respected veteran member of the Arizona locker room because of this. When Stanton has played he has performed well at times much… Read More
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Author – Bryan Trulen #9 David Fales 6’1 1⁄2 215 4th Year, San Jose State Overview David Fales was signed by the team in April of 2017. A bit of a backdrop on Mr. Fales - He was a sixth round pick of the Chicago Bears in 2014 who was handpicked by then Bears coach Marc Trestman to be the team’s developmental quarterback. Trestman was then fired after Fales’ rookie year and Adam Gase was then brought in by the new staff to be the offensive coordinator in 2015. Fales has… Read More
AP Photo/Gerald Herbert Who says you can’t look like a linebacker and play quarterback in the NFL? #2 Ryan Nassib 6’2” 223 5th Year, Syracuse Overview/Analysis Nassib quite simply is a football player who happens to play quarterback. Regular season opportunities have been limited for Nassib but he did flash his ability during a garbage time contest at Minnesota late in 2015 where he threw a perfectly placed touchdown pass. During the preseason Nassib has shown the ability to move the offense down the field at times while displaying good… Read More
Dustin Bradford/Getty Images #13 Trevor Siemian 6’3” 220 3rd Year, Northwestern Overview Trevor Siemian played solid football in spades throughout the duration of 2016 as a first time starting quarterback for the Broncos. Just the fact that a quarterback with ZERO experience up until that point could gain the trust of a team coming off a Super Bowl victory is astonishing and speaks to not only the type of potential he has a p layer but also his demeanor and leadership skills. Siemian went through typical growing pains in 2016 (every rookie… Read More
#14 Ryan Fitzpatrick 6’2” 224 13th Year, Harvard Overview After putting together the best season of his career in 2015 and setting the Jets single season TD pass record (4,905 Yards, 31 TD, 15 INT 60%) Ryan Fitzpatrick stonewalled the Jets as they stood pat in declining to offer him a long term contract. Fitzpatrick ended up signing a one year deal and would like to forget the abysmal year he had as starter minus one game against the Bills early in the year. For his career, Fitzpatrick has thrown for nearly… Read More
Who will the Falcons keep as their third quarterback? Alek Torgersen or Matt Simms? If it is Simms, they most likely would want to sneak Torgersen onto their practice squad but if it ends up being Torgersen, they keep they would not be able to have Simms on their practice squad because his eligibility is up. #9 Alek Torgersen 6’2” 230 Rookie, University of Pennsylvania Overview Alek Torgersen threw for 36 touchdowns and 7 INT combined during his last two years as the starting quarterback at Penn. During his career as a… Read More