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Which NFC West QB will have the best overall regular season?

Discussion in 'RAMS - NFL TALK' started by Volnerman08, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. Volnerman08 Well-Known Member

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    Well I think the thread title is pretty obvious guys. I'm just curious as to everyone's thoughts on this. I'm going to say Bradford, though that could just be the usual Rams honk in me showing through :)
     
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  2. RamzFanz Well-Known Member Pit Boss

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    It depends on what you count. Bradford will not win most yards rushing or attempts.

    Pretty much everything else is possible.
     
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  3. Volnerman08 Well-Known Member

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    I probably should have been more clear. I just meant best overall play in general, which is why I chose Bradford
     
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  4. jsimcox Well-Known Member

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    Id say Palmer will probably have the most passing yards, Wilson highest YPA, Bradford most passing TD's and Kaepernick most rushing yards. In short; they will each excel in a different category.

    However, by the end of the season, I believe that Sam will be seen universally as the best passing QB in the division.
     
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  5. CGI_Ram Hamburger Connoisseur

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    Bradford.

    Wilson? I have a hard time hating the guy, but let's face it; he rides a good defense. He needs to prove he can do it with his arm.

    Kaeperdick wasn't very good last year on a very good team. Why expect better, unless they cut the field in half?

    Palmer? He throws picks when the money is on the line. Window = mostly closed.
     
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  6. Volnerman08 Well-Known Member

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    There, the thread title is more appropriate now.
     
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  7. MFaulk107 The Realness

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    Bradford.
    His stats before injury we're greaaat QB stats. An those we're stats with the young/inexperienced/inconsistent group of receivers! But that's not us anymore.
    Bradfords gonna be healthy, know the playbook n players better.

    Soooo to answer your question.....Bradford will.
     
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  8. A55VA6 Shutdown Corner

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    1. Bradford
    2. Wilson
    3. Kaepernick
    4. Palmer

    I can see a 30 TD season for Sam Bradford even though the Rams may throw the ball less. I just feel like this is the year.
     
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  9. Volnerman08 Well-Known Member

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    I'm shocked but very happy that everyone has picked Bradford so far. I'm so pumped up for the season to start.
     
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  10. RamFan503 Grill and Brew Master

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    I'd have to go with Bradford as well. I think he is simply the best true QB in the division and his TD/Int ratio will be far better than the other three. I think he and Palmer will be fairly even in yards passing. Kaperdink will no doubt rush for more yards than any in the division but I think we will pick him at least a few times between sacks. RW will still be fairly effective but not really excel in any one area. Palmer may throw as many INTs as TDs - especially when playing against the West.
     
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  11. RamzFanz Well-Known Member Pit Boss

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    Two points:

    These are not popular points but for pure QB play if everyone stays healthy, I can see Palmer beating out Kappy.

    I can see a 40+ TD season for Bradford based on his production last season minus early WR drops and wild penalties.

    Then add in a healthy line, WR experience, a run game and Richardson. I'm liking it.

    I would bet every ROD dollar I have that, if he plays 16 games, he tops 40 TDs.
     
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  12. Volnerman08 Well-Known Member

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    Bradford throwing 40 touchdowns. I like the sound of that. That would also probably mean we are in the playoffs :)
     
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    Whilst I agree SB is certainly capable of 40+ TD's, I think this season might be 1 year too soon for that, I'm thinking mid to high 30's. Love the optimism though.
    If he did get that many, what's your opinion on the dispersal of them? 1 guy with 10+ or a few guys with 6, 7 ish TD's?

    Last point: Richardson?
     
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  14. RamzFanz Well-Known Member Pit Boss

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    Thank you for asking, it's too early to call as far as spread. TA will have 7-10 passing IMHO if anyone steps up.

    Richardson is gone and, man, that sucks. Used correctly, dude is a stud.
     
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    This guy.

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  16. LesBaker Mr. Savant

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    Bradford and Palmer.
     
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  17. jsimcox Well-Known Member

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    Ahh you mean Daryl Richardson? I liked the guy too. Just shows how much the team has improved in talent that we had to let him go. I can't remember the last time a guy we released was claimed off waivers! :p

    I think we'll see Cook get 10+ TD's this year. A full season with Sam in his second year in the offense will see a spike in his production IMO.
    Also agree that Tavon will probably get a lot of TD's. His catch/TD ratio last year was very impressive, especially for a rookie.
     
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    I'm gonna have to go with Shawn Hill on this one. ;) Sounds like he's killed it these OTAs. Like the coaches said, even Bradford is competing.
     
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    I guess I'm in the minority here, but I kinda hope Bradford has an average year in terms of stats, at least volume stats.

    I think if he has more games where he goes for 220 yards and a touchdown or two that'll be a whole lot better for this team than 300+ and 3 TDs. That second type game has usually been more indicative of the Rams being in a hole and having to throw out of it.

    I'd rather that first one while the Rams milk a score or two lead running the ball, and letting the other team try to pile up passing stats against that pass rush (good luck!).

    I don't care if every internet rag and hater on the forums say, "Bradford's just along for the ride" if the Rams go to the playoffs, let them talk. I can see this team winning this way.
     
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  20. RamsOfCastamere Well-Known Member

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    I'd say Palmer, Wilson, and Krapondick will take the sack more than Bradford, so you can say Bradford wins based on that ;)
     
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