Last year in the NFL 2 quarterbacks made their rookie debut. One was Andrew luck who played QB for Stanford; he was drafted first in the 2012 draft by the Indianapolis Colts. The other was Robert Griffin the third commonly referred to as RG3 he was the Heisman trophy winner that hailed from Baylor, he was drafted 2nd by the Washington Redskin. These two quarterbacks both have strengths that set them apart from the rest and weaknesses that they individually have to conquer to become great NFL quarterbacks. I will be doing an in-depth statistical comparison analysis to diagnose which one of these young quarterbacks had a better rookie debut, hype factor, who will win a super bowl first, who will have a better career, if RG3’s injury proneness
Joe was inducted to the Football Hall of Fame at the age of 44. Joe “Cool” Montana, The Comeback Kid How did a boy from small town Pennsylvania become the greatest clutch play that the NFL has ever seen? There are three significant reasons why Joe Montana, former quarterback of the San Francisco 49ers football team, is the greatest regular season as well as greatest Super Bowl quarterback in National Football League history. First, Montana had a baffling sense for reading defenses, finding his receivers or running the ball out of trouble when linemen rushed him. Second, he possessed an astonishing intuition that resulted in long gains or touchdowns, when other quarterbacks would have been sacked.
He signed one of the largest contracts $130 million plus a $37 million signing bonus for 10 years in sports history. He also drafted in the 30th round of the MLB Draft by the Colorado Rockies in 2000, despite not playing baseball in college. He won the ESPY for Top College Player in 2000. Michael Dwayne Vick was born on June 26, 1980, in Newport News, Virginia. According to American Sports Outlet article "Michael Vick Biography", Vick's father began teaching him the fundamentals of football when he was just three years old.
As a result of so many failed attempts, the blame has been heavily put onto the quarterback, Mark Sanchez. In only two seasons, Sanchez has more postseason wins than any other quarterback in the franchise (Freier, 20). Statistics show that Mark Sanchez has played very well during each AFC championship game, ultimately showing that he is not the only liable source to blame (Reiter, 76). Through the past few seasons, under head coach Rex Ryan, the coaching staff has been at blame as well. In a game, mismanagement and misunderstanding makes Sanchez look disorganized and unprofessional, placing the blame solely on him.
This man was named Bill Parcells. Bill Parcells started with a team whom before him has back to back to back 5 – 11 records. He then in his very first season went 10 – 6 and went to the playoffs. Followed by a 6 – 10 and a 9 – 7 without a playoff appearance then in his last season a 9 -7 record but went to the playoffs They were expected to win the Super Bowl the year before this year but, Tony Romo fumbled the ball while trying to set it down for the kicker to kick for the lead with merely a few minutes left on the clock. He tried to pick up the ball and run it in the end zone for pretty much the win but was inches short from the first down and a yard away from the end zone when he was stopped by the linebacker from the Seattle Seahawks, who ended up with the Lombardi Trophy as the National Football League (NFL) champions.
Critique: The NFL’s crisis management is downright atrocious. The pure failure of signal detection is what not only caused this game’s outcome from happening but the referee lockout as well. It’s even worse because their crisis management plan should have used the player’s lockout as a reference to prevent the referee lockout. The only thing I think the NFL did correctly in their crisis management is the quickness it took for them to respond to the immediate outrage of fans due to the Packers/Seahawks outcome. The NFL didn’t waste any time in stating that they will be backing up the decision made by the replacement referees however I must ask where that quickness was when the referee’s contract
Is the BCS fair? Again Bill Hancock argues heavily that it cannot get fairer than the BCS. Central to his argument in defense of the BCS is Hancock’s interview with Gary Patterson, the head football coach of Texas Christian University (TCU). TCU is a smaller school than most would expect to be against the BCS, but Hancock highlights Patterson’s support for the system. Hancock quotes an ESPN interview with Patterson saying, “We had a vision nine years ago of reaching a BCS bowl and going to a national championship.
Theirs a major difference between the rushing attacks on the two teams and a team with a better rushing game usually can have better opportunities in the passing game. And last but definitely not least between the two teams is their quarter backs. Matt Schaub for the Houston Texans is more of a slow tempo and calm under presser kind of quarter back who rarely commits turnovers. He knows when to force balls and when to throw them away which give his team a better chance in winning games as to Tony Romo of the Dallas Cowboys who has a good game every other game he completely stinks in. He seems to not know when to force balls in and when to just give up on a play and try again another down.
Joe Montana: Simply the Best Joe Montana, the comeback kid. Many believe he is the best to play the game, other will argue differently, but there is no argument in saying he is ONE of the best QB's to play the game. Joe Montana was the quarterback who made the 49ers. He ran the Bill Walsh offense to near perfection. I have made this page in honor of the greatest (in my opinion) QB of all time, who lead his team to 4 Super Bowl Championships and boasts 3 Super Bowl MVP's.
On the eve of his last college football game, Woody Hayes reflected on his legendary coaching career at Ohio State by stating that "nobody despises to lose more than I do. That's got me into trouble over the years, but it also made a man of mediocre ability into a pretty good coach” (“Woody Hayes”). The accomplishments that Woody Hayes had at Ohio State included 3 national championships, 13 Big Ten Titles and four of the teams 8 trips to the Rose Bowl. He gathered 205 victories in just 28 seasons including 2 consecutive years of not suffering a single loss. Although known for his love of winning he was also known for his temper.