Last edited by Baltimore Ravens Lets Go!; 01-01-2013 at 03:16 PM.
However, I think Russell Wilson is the top rookie QB out there followed by Andrew Luck, then RG. I base this on observation as well as their value to their team. I know at least Two games the Redskins won that RG didn't win it. It was his backup against the Ravens who QBed them to the win. Had RG remained in that game they would have surely lost it in regulation, as he was too hobbled. And the following week Cousins again was the QB who led them to a win. These fact based observations are convieniently overlooked by Hail2BNGDCHomer.
He needs to protect himself better when he runs or he is going to have a very short NFL career. Wilson does a much better job of protecting himself when he scrambles and primarily looks to pass. RG is the opposite. You don't get that from a stats book but only from observation. Wilson and Luck have led their teams to all their wins wereas RG has not. As such, Rookie of the year should be be Luck in the AFC and Wilson in the NFC hands down. I believe overall top NFL rookie should be Wilson. He is also the MVP of his team.
Last edited by Baltimore Ravens Lets Go!; 01-01-2013 at 03:28 PM.
You don't watch the Redskins and they are shown locally and you expect people to read your drivel on a Seahawks player from ONE GAME? You're a joke.
The Seahawks most valuable player is marshawn lynch.
Wilson has QBed his team to 11 wins. RG has QBed your team to what, 8 wins? This aspect alone makes Wilson more valuable. Albert Morris has the alltime Redskin rushing record for a season, but I am sure that you don't think Albert Morris is the Redskin MVP now do you? If you don't, you are the biggest idiot on the planet as well as a hypocritical troll phony and fraud.
Listen dummy, you thought Lynch missed multiple games. He carried their team the first half of the season while Wilson was being coddled and not asked to win games. You'd know that if you watched more than your own team play.
No one with half a brain credits anyone more than Griffin for the Redskins good season.
What does basic math have to do with common sense? I know more about the NFL than you and I am positive I know everything about the Redskins more than some joker who doesn't watch their games.
Still waiting for that restaurant review. Is it good? Should I order the fish?
First off, Morris played and had an impact in every win the Redskins had this season. That would be 10 Einstein. Whereas your starting QB only gets credited for 8 wins because he wasn't around at the end of the Ravens game,and didn't play at all in the Browns game.
So, having an impact in 10 wins over 8 means by simple math, the all-time franchise rushing leader had more of an impact genius. How frigging STUPID ARE YOU???
Thanks, we didn't need anymore evidence you know nothing about football but thanks all the same.
this thread just keeps on giving
Yet, in your pea brain, not only is he better than those two, but he is his team's MVP over another rookie, Albert Morris, who not only played in 100% of the team's wins but set the all time franchise rushing record! That is akin to thinking Frank Ryan should have been MVP of the Browns in 1964 over Jim Brown. Or in today's game saying Christian Ponder should be the Vikings MVP over Adrian Peterson. (ok, maybe the last is a bit extreme).
However, basic math dictates: 11/11 by Wilson, Luck and Morris full games played in wins is greater than 8/10 by your boy.
I rest my case. YOu are a complete and total idiot bar none on this planet, or else RGIII is your second cousin.
Last edited by Baltimore Ravens Lets Go!; 01-02-2013 at 05:01 AM.
Yep, too dumb for words. Your parents must have been first cousins.
I know zero is not a percentage. That's how much you know football.
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