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10-25-2012, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Mystlyfe View Post
I get where the hype is coming from and I'm definitely excited about RGIII. I just think that it's way too early to be throwing him into any type of "best QB" or "best player" or "MVP" type conversations (aside of Rookie of the Year).

I get it, but we've seen what's happened so far with Alex Ovechkin and Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg and John Wall as well. History is showing us a cautoniary tale. All of those players are excellent, with AO even achieving that "best player" status for a while. But it hasn't exactly been an era fill with post-season champaigne baths. Other teams adjust. Injuries happen. Consistency is hard to find.
I don't dig baseball or basketball since they are wussy sports but I think I see what you are saying.

All atheletes are not cut from the same thread. RGIII is a leader of men in my book. This separates him from alot of guys with insane talent.

There is not one player in the NFL I'd trade him for on a one for one basis. Not Rodgers, not Brees and not Brady. To me this makes him the best player in the NFL. Thats my definition and I'm sticking with it.

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